East of England Imaging Academy supports and works alongside the Norwich Image Interpretation Course, a College of Radiographers CPD endorsed resource of MSK appendicular and axial skeleton modules and self-tests. https://www.imageinterpretation.co.uk/
This is a valuable resource which is used by the Academy to support learning and assessment of first year Radiology trainees.
The MSK plain film course is designed to outline:
- Normal anatomy and normal variants
- Common fractures, including their prevalence and mechanism of injury
- Subtle injuries that are often missed radiologically but which are clinically significant
- Soft tissue signs in the absence of obvious bony injury
- Fracture classification including common eponyms
- Risk factors, including potential pathological conditions, which may either predispose to the injury or be an incidental finding
- Other associated injuries following initial diagnosis
- radiographic projections to aid the non-radiographer in diagnosis.
C-19 CXR teaching
The Imaging Academy is pleased to present this shared learning resource.
The following link provides the user with access to learning material, with a particular focus on chest x-ray interpretation and the presentation of COVID-19 on chest x-rays. This initial presentation reinforces core clinical knowledge supporting clinicians during the COVID-19 epidemic.
The presentation, detailing basic CXR interpretation, including normal anatomy and interpretation of common lung pathology produced by Dr John Curtin, Academy Trainer & Consultant Radiologists
Please click on the link below to view the first two videos.
C-19 CXR teaching with Dr Curtin