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Education

BSNR Educational Programme

Following the success of the webinar programme over the summer, the BSNR is pleased to announce a structured programme of webinars over the next two years covering the core curriculum for diagnostic neuroradiology training. This is primarily aimed at subspecialty training level - ST4/5(+) - but all are welcome.

These are currently on a Monday between 1 and 2pm. Where possible, short summary lecture videos will be made available to members for viewing during the period of the module. Many of the tutorials will have associated pacsbin cases for you to scroll through yourselves during the teaching.

Please click on the following link to register for the educational programme (via Zoom). You only have to register once and you will receive invites to all of the sessions. After registering you will receive a unique link to each session:

REGISTRATION - CLICK HERE

The aim is to provide teaching that is:

  • focused at the correct level for subspecialty trainees
  • accessible
  • interactive
  • responsive to learner needs
  • practical for day to day neuroradiological reporting

We would greatly appreciate your feedback along the way to make this teaching as useful as possible.

Please direct any queries, feedback or suggestions to the Training and Education Subcommittee on bsnrtesc@gmail.com.

 

 

Calendar

Module 4: Infection & Inflammation

26/4/21: Multiple Sclerosis, Dr Klaus Schmierer & Dr Tom Campion

10/5/21: Non-MS Demyelinating Disorders & Mimics, Dr Ashok Adams

24/5/21: Infection in the Immunocompetent Patient, Dr Amit Herwadkar

7/6/21: HIV & Infection in the Immunocompromised Patient, Dr Curtis Offiah

14/6/21: Autoimmune CNS Disorders, Dr Mark Radon

21/6/21: Toxic & Metabolic CNS Disorders, Dr Fintan Sheerin

28/6/21: Paediatric Leukodystrophies, Dr Adam Thomas

 

 

Upcoming Modules:

Module 5: Spine

 

Meet the Team

The Educational Programme is organised by the Training and Education Subcommittee. You can see the subcommittee membership here.