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X-Ray Chest and Emergency Interpretation
Saturday, March 10, 2018 - Sunday, March 11, 2018
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CME Provider:
Lightbox Radiology Education ›
Madeline Egan
P.O. Box 1405
Noosaville BC, 4566
Australia
 
Phone: 07 54492717
 
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Conference Center:
SMC Conference and Function Centre ›
66 Goulburn St
Sydney NSW, 2000
Australia
 
Phone: +61 2 9284 2888
 
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Description:
Despite the technological advancements in medical imaging, the chest X-Ray remains the most frequently requested radiological investigation, and one of, if not the most difficult to interpret correctly. Our 'Combined Chest X-Ray and Emergency X-Ray Interpretation' course provides a comprehensive review of the fundamental principles in chest and emergency X-Ray interpretation. Interactive multimedia live group sessions are undertaken with lectures. The goal of the course is to provide practitioners with the confidence to recognise a normal chest X-Ray, common patterns of disease and to recognise radiographic patterns of trauma and injury commonly encountered for each body area. All lectures are presented by radiologists, specialists in the field of medical imaging
 
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Instructors:
Dr Drew McMenamin
 
 
CME Credit:
Physicians:  Credit Available

Self Assessment Module (SAM):  No

Specialty Audience:
Emergency Medicine    Family Medicine    Internal Medicine    Radiology    Surgery    

RADLIST Course #17311

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