Workshop on Emergency Radiology at JPN Apex Trauma Centre,AIIMS on 22nd January 2018-24th January 2018

About Royal College of Radiology

The Royal College of Radiologists is a charity that works with our members to improve the standard of medical practice across the fields of radiology and oncology. With faculties in two disciplines, the College and our members benefit from a fuller understanding of medical practice, across the spectrum of diagnosis and treatment.

We collaborate impartially with our members and external parties from across the medical industry, refining the latest research and guidelines into relevant applications for radiologists and oncologists. This work can be carried out efficiently because resources and processes are shared across our two faculties. 

This enables us to educate and support doctors effectively throughout their career, providing practical guidance, training and assessment. In turn, input from our members, through academic contributions, professional consultation and mentorship, drives the College forward.

Together, we have been contributing to the advancement of each new generation of doctors for over 40 years.

About ICCES

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL FOR CRITICAL EMERGENCY SONOGRAPHY (ICCES) was set up in 2010 as a Coalition of Academic Leaders across the World with a focus on developing the Science and Innovation in the Field of Acute Care Sonography in Emergency and Critical Medicine. It has become a platform for collaborative research, education and development across the Academic World. ICCES runs various training programs across the World and is the Inventor of the World Famous AUTLS Training Course: The AIIMS Advance Ultrasound in Trauma and Life Support.

Course Date– 22nd January 2018 to 24th January  2018

Course Venue-JPN Apex Trauma Centre AIIMS,New Delhi

 Course Highlights

  • Course designed for Consultants and Practitioners,Residents of Emergency Medicine,Internal Medicine,Pediatrics,Trauma Surgery,Neurosurgery,General Surgery,Orthopedics,Anesthesia and Critical Care etc
  • International faculties from Royal College Of Radiology,UK
  •  Fantastic value for money

Course Faculty

Program  Director

 Dr. Sanjeev BhoiProfessor  and Director ICCES
In charge Dept. of Emergency Medicine
JPN Apex Trauma Center
AIIMS,  New Delhi 110 029.

International Faculties

Dr Mansour

Musculoskeletal consultant radiologist at Oxford
University Hospitals, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre.

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Dr Joanna Kasznia-Brown PhD MBBS FRCR MRCS

Consultant Radiologist
International Committee
Royal College of Radiologists, UK

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Dr Guru Karnati MBBS, DMRD, DNB, FRCR

Dr Guru Karnati is a Consultant Radiologist specialising in Cross
sectional and Musculoskeletal Imaging and sports injuries

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Course Details

Workshop on Emergency Radiology

Duration of Course: Two and Half Day
Course Fee Rs .7000.00 (Seven   Thousand Rupees Only)
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Course Schedule

Day 1: 13.00 -17.30

Session 1 (1330 -1500)

TIME    TOPICS
13.00 – 13.15  Course Registration
13.15 – 13.30 Pre Assessment – JB
1330 – 1415 Lecture 1 – Imaging in polytrauma children – JKB
1415 – 1500 Lecture 2- Cranial Trauma imaging – GK
1500 -1530 Break 

Session 2 (1530 -1700)

TIME    TOPICS
1530 – 1600 Lecture 3 – Injury to the cervical spine – RM
1600 – 1630 Lecture 4 – Imaging in paediatric neurological emergencies – JKB
1630 -1730 Stations/case discussions

Stations: 20 minutes; 3 station.
St 1- Cervical Injuries – RM
St 2 – Acute Neuro CT – GK
St 3- Paediatric Cranial Trauma – JKB

17.30 Post assessment and wrap up – JB

Day 2: 23/1/18

Session 1 (0900 – 1030)

TIME    TOPICS
08.45-09.00  Pre Assessment – RM
0900 – 945 Lecture 1 – Imaging in polytrauma children – JKB
0945 – 1030 Lecture 2 – Immature skeleton – what do I need to know – JKB
1030 -10.45 Break 

Session 2 (1030 – 1230)

TIME    TOPICS
10.45-11.10  Lecture 3 -Dislocations (shoulder, wrist and ankle) – RM
11.10-11.30  Injury to the Extremities – GK
1130 -1230 20 minutes; 3 station

St 1 – Dislocations – RM
St 2 – Extremity Fractures LL – JB
St 3 – Extremity Fractures UL – GK

1230 -1330   -LUNCH

Session 3 (1330 -1500)

TIME    TOPICS
1330 – 1415  Lecture 5 – Paediatric fractures – JKB
1415 – 1500 Lecture 6- Sports Injury – RMM
1500 -1530      Break  
1530 -1700 Stations/case discussions
Stations: 20 minutes; 3 station.
St 1- Sports Injuries – RM
St 2 – MSK Infection – GK
St 3- Paediatric Trauma – JKB
Post assessment and wrap up – RM

Day 3 (24-01-2018)

Session 1 (0900 – 1030)

TIME    TOPICS
08.45-09.00  Pre Assessment – RM
0900 – 945 Lecture 1 – Introduction to Abdominal X Ray – GK
0945 – 1030 Lecture 2 – Basic interpretation of Chest x-rays – JB
1030 -10.45 Break 

Session 2 (1030 – 1230)

TIME    TOPICS
10.45-11.10 Lecture 3 -Imaging of Spine and Pelvis Trauma – RM
11.10-11.30 Injury to the Chest and Acute chest pain – GK
1130 -1230 20 minutes; 3 station

St 1 – Spine Trauma – RM
St 2 – Abdominal Xray – JB
St 3 – Chest Pathologies – GK

1230 -1330   LUNCH

Session 3 (1330 -1500)

TIME    TOPICS
1330 – 1415 Lecture 5 – Acute Abdomen – Adult – GK
1415 – 1500 Lecture 6- Acute Abdomen – paediatric – JB
1500 -1530        Break
1530 -1700 Stations/case discussions

Stations: 20 minutes; 3 station.
St 1- Pelvis Injuries – RM
St 2 – Acute Abdomen – GK
St 3 – Paediatric Emergencies – JKB

Post assessment and wrap up – RM


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