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Diagnostic Imaging Techniques Online For Nurses

Royal Veterinary College

4 years ago

Date: Monday 9th September, 2024 - Sunday 20th October, 2024
Start time: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Duration: 6 hour(s)
Cost: £350

Key Areas
Radiation physics and radiation safety in the workplace
Normal radiographic anatomy
Positioning for radiographs
Image artefacts
Advanced diagnostic imaging techniques and their application in practice
Radiographic evaluation
Care of patients undergoing diagnostic imaging procedures

About this course
Do you want to know more about diagnostic imaging techniques in small animals and play a vital role in supporting a range of diagnostic imaging procedures in your workplace?

This online course is aimed at veterinary nurses wishing to extend their knowledge, increase their role and responsibility in radiography and improve their diagnostic imaging techniques.

Through the activities in the course, you will gain skills and knowledge to apply critical appraisal of radiography procedures and promote reflective and evidence-based practice.

Why do this course?
You will develop the skills to obtain and appraise high quality diagnostic images using radiography and provide effective support for other more complex imaging techniques such as ultrasound, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

For a more in-depth look at CT and MRI for veterinary nurses, please take a look at CT and MRI for veterinary nurses online

Who is it for?

Vet nurses

The Speakers

Lindsey Berriman, BSc Radiography PGCertVetEd FHEASenior RadiographerThe Royal Veterinary College<br /> Ashley Moors, FdSc GradDipVN PGCertVetEd VNRadiographerThe Royal Veterinary College

The Venue


Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

18 hours

Registration and Booking

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