Emergency imaging organised by the Welsh Branch

19th - 20th September 2017   (GMT+00:00) GMT

This course returns for its third year! Do not miss this two-day introduction and guide to the interpretation of emergency department imaging. It is aimed at new consultants, A&E doctors, emergency nurse practitioners, ST1/2 radiology trainees, reporting radiographers and foundation doctors. 

By the end of the course delegates should be able to:
  • Identify a range of injuries and medical conditions presented in the emergency setting
  • State the clinical indications for using radiographic imaging in the emergency department
  • Apply their knowledge to interpret emergency radiographs with an emphasis of review areas
  • Recognise normal and abnormal appearances of commonly performed emergency radiographs
  • Explain the management of important and common conditions
  • List the potential effects of ionising radiation and have an increased awareness of the laws surrounding medical imaging

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Registration fees:

BIR Plan 1 member: Consultants or those at NHS Grade 8 and above (one day) £100
BIR Plan 1 member: Consultants or those at NHS Grade 8 and above (full event) £130

BIR Plan 2 member: Other professions (one day) £75
BIR Plan 2 member: Other professions (full event) £100

BIR Trainee member (one day) £65
BIR Trainee member (full event) £90

BIR Retired member (one day) £45
BIR Retired member (full event) £70

BIR Student member (one day) £45
BIR Student member (full event) £70

Non BIR member (one day) £150
Non BIR member (full event) £180

Join the BIR today from as little as £40 for trainees, FREE for students. 




We are very grateful to the following organisations for supporting this event.


The NHS faces many challenges today around the increasing need for governance to demonstrate best patient care within increasing financial constraints. Bayer’s Radiology business is well placed to be the partner in helping trusts to address these challenges. With market-leading contrast media and power injector systems, Bayer is able to offer innovative patient care and with the addition of its informatics platform, it can support radiology departments in driving protocol standardisation and easily accessible audit data that enable departments to meet further challenges faced around contrast and radiation dose management. 01635 563999 www.radiology.bayer.co.uk UKGNR04160007 April 2016

Philips Healthcare

Philips Healthcare is a leading supplier of diagnostic imaging systems and related services. Following the recent programme of acquisitions the company offers a comprehensive porfolio of healthcare products including conventional X-ray systems, dedicated systems for cardiovascular and interventional procedures; CT and MRI scanners, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy planning, echocardiography, digital ultrasound, patient cardiac monitoring equipment and PACS. www.medical.philips.com

Siemens Healthcare

The healthcare market is in ongoing transition and we see healthcare providers worldwide drive consolidation, an increasingly "industrial" logic of healthcare delivery, and a shift from treating illness to managing health – ultimately looking for ways to improve outcomes while reducing costs. We aspire to be the partner to help achieve this goal. To live up to our ambition, we are determined to answer the questions that drive your business development. To overcome lack of specialised staff, ensure consistent outcomes across an organisation, increase competitiveness, avoid profitability risks, and implement growth strategies, we are your partner that you can rely on to stand out with clinical excellence, operational efficiency, and financial profitability. www.siemens.co.uk/healthcare