The goal of the course is to provide practitioners with the knowledge and confidence to review radiographic techniques and recognise normal variants and radiographic patterns of trauma and injury commonly encountered for the cervical & thoracolumbar spine, pelvis, upper & lower limbs, skull and face.
Modules are viewable for 6 times and will expire in 60 days.
|Introduction to X-Ray|
|X-Ray Anatomy - Emergency - Drag and Drop Quiz|
|1: Basic Principles and Terminology|
|2: Cervical Spine|
|3: Thoracolumbar Spine|
|5: Lower Limb|
|6: Upper Limb|
|7: Skull and Face|
Interns, General practitioners, Critical Care physicians, Emergency Physicians, Registrars, House officers, Radiographers.
Australasian College for Emergency Medicine: 8 hours
Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy: 3.125 CPD points per hour (Self Directed Learning)
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons: 8 Points in Maintenance of Knowledge and Skills.
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine: (ID 18088) 8 PDP Units.
Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists: Participants in the ANZCA and FPM CPD program may claim their attendance under the Knowledge and skills activity Learning sessions, at 1 credit per hour.
College of Intensive Care Medicine: Category 1A: Passive Self Learning, 1 point per hour
The Royal College of Radiologists (UK): This course provides 6 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists
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