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 developed by radiologists, specialists in the field of medical imaging.
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***Please note: Rooms are subject to availability & will require full prepayment. Bookings will also be subject to any minimum night stay restrictions as listed on the website. Valid for bookings from the 25th August 2019 – 01st September 2019.
General Practitioners, Critical Care Physicians, Emergency Physicians, Registrars, House officers, Interns, Radiographers, Physiotherapists.
Pre-course Module - Radiographic anatomy
Module 1 - Chest X-Ray principles & techniques, Chest X-Ray terminology
Module 2 - Chest X-Ray assessment of tubes & lines, Chest X-Ray Interpretation of the cardiomediastinal contours & hilum
Module 3 - Chest X-Ray Interpretation of airways, lungs & pleura
Module 4 - Chest X-Ray Interpretation of bones and soft tissues, Chest X-Ray review areas, Chest X-Ray approaches to common clinical scenarios
Module 1 - X-Ray principles & techniques, X-ray terminology, X-Ray Interpretation of the cervical, thoracic & lumbar spine
Module 2 - X-Ray Interpretation of the pelvis, hip, knee, ankle, hindfoot, midfoot & forefoot
Module 3 - X-Ray Interpretation of the shoulder, elbow, wrist & hand
Module 4 - X-Ray Interpretation of the face, skull, abdomen & paediatric points
Australasian College for Emergency Medicine: 17 hours
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine: Chest X-Ray: 30 PRPD, 30 Radiology MOPS. Procedural grant: 1 day Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics, Surgery or Obstetrics components. (ACRRM ID: 11244 Nihiwatu; 14042 Brisbane). Emergency X-Ray: 30 PRPD, 30 Radiology MOPS, 30 Emergency MOPS. Procedural grant: 1 day emergency. (ACRRM ID: Nihiwatu; 14043 Brisbane)
Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists: Participants in the ANZCA CPD program, may claim this course under the Short course, workshops, problem-based learning discussions and small group discussion at 2 credits per hour, online component at 1 credit per hour.
Australian Orthopaedic Association: Chest X-Ray: 8; Emergency X-Ray: Bali 8 points, Niseko 4 points plus 4 hours of case reviews worth CPD points towards your personal CPD), Sydney 9 Points.
Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy: 30 CPD points
College of Intensive Care Medicine: Pre-course learning: Category 1A: Passive Self Learning, 1 point per hour. Lectures: Category 2A: Passive Group Learning, 1 point per hour. Facilitated discussions, Workshops: Category 2B: Active or Interactive Small Group Learning Activities, 2 points per hour.
New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technology: 10 CPD credits (Group 2.4)
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners: 2017-2019: 80 CPD points (Activities 75121 & 75126 - Radiology/Category 1). Training Grant approved for 2 days of Emergency.
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons: 15 Points in Maintenance of Knowledge and Skills (or 1 point per hour to a maximum of 15 points) (Excludes Queenstown 2019 and Niseko 2020)
The Royal College of Radiologists (UK): This course provides 12 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists
Royal Australasian College of Physicians: Recommended MyCPD category 1 - ‘Educational Activities’ at 1 credit per hour (course length 12 hours face to face, 5 hours online).
Lightbox Radiology Education offers Transfers, Credits and Refunds on most courses - Excludes Custom Courses
Lightbox Radiology Education does not offer refunds, transfers or credits for our online courses.
If you have registered and paid for a course that you can no longer attend, please select a form to complete then email to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks before your course commencement date. (Please note: we do not offer credits/transfers or refunds on our custom courses)
Transfers / Credits
Applications for a course transfer/credit must be made at least 2 weeks before your course commencement date. A fee of $50 applies to all course transfers/credits. Please fill out our Transfer/Credit form and forward to email@example.com. If the application for a transfer/credit is made within 2 weeks to your course, all funds will be forfeited or you must find another attendee to take your place.
Course credits are valid for 12 months from the original payment date. You must ensure you enroll and attend this course held within that 12 month period. All courses are subject to availability. Course credits are not transferable to other attendees & cannot be refunded.
Applications for a course refund must be made at least 2 weeks before your course commencement date. A fee of $150 applies for all refunds. Please complete our Refund Form and forward to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the application for a refund is made within 2 weeks to your course, all funds will be forfeited or you must find another attendee to take your place.
In the unlikely event a course is cancelled due to exceptional circumstances, Lightbox Radiology Education will provide (where possible) alternative dates for the course; a credit note towards future courses or a full refund.
Lightbox Radiology Education will not be liable for any additional costs, above the course fee, incurred due to a course cancellation.