Acute CT Body for Radiographers
11 September 2021

Live online with Interactive DICOM Cases


Cloud DICOM PACS – Individual access to the Cases using an advanced Cloud PACS system from the comfort of your devices for 10 days after the course. This system is loved by previous attendees.

Course Playback – Catch up on the course recording for up to 10 days after the course.

Course Certificate with 6 Royal College of Radiologists’ CPD Credits

Acute CT Body for Radiographers

The course is designed to give you a robust way to approach Acute CT Thorax, Abodmen and Pelvis Scans through a large volume of interactive PACS case teaching and expert teaching. The focus is on real life cases and developing solid foundations to practice safely. We will be going through protocols and tips and tricks.

Live online course with interactive PACS DICOM Case Viewer.

On-demand access for 10 days.

9 am to 5.30 pm UK

This course provides 6 CPD credits.

Course Speakers

Ms Sarah Maund
CT Lead Superintendent

Sarah is a Senior CT Radiographer with a first class honours degree, working at The Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.
She is actively involved in training radiographers and developing complex protocols with a  particular expertise in Acute and Cardiovascular CT.

Dr Imran Lasker FRCR
Consultant Radiologist

Imran is Consultant at Basildon Hospital in Essex where he specialises in General and MSK Imaging. He obtained his medical training in UCL, followed by radiology training at Northwick Park and fellowships at St Mary’s Hospital and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in London

Dr Syed Junaid FRCR
Consultant Radiologist

Syed has a specialist interest in General, MSK and Cardiac Imaging, working at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend. Following his medical training at Imperial College London, orthopaedic training in Bristol he completed his radiology training in South Wales. He completed his post CCT fellowship at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

Course Content

Acute CT Protocols
Practical tips for the shift
Upper GI
Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic
Lower GI
Urinary Tract
Post Operative

Target Audiance

Health professionals interested in reviewing Acute CT Body:
Nurse Practitioners

Expert tips

Reduce errors
Knowing where to look
Identify subtle but clinically important findings