Healthcare 21, a leading specialist provider to healthcare institutions in conjunction with Guerbet and Phillips Healthcare recently held a study day for radiologists, cardiologists and radiographers in Dublin. The aim of course was to provide professional development and learning to enhance clinical skills in cardiothoracic CT.
The programme focused on the enhancement of patient safety and the quality of patient care through optimisation of cardiac CT, including updates on current practice and future indications for cardiac CT and congenital heart disease, together with up-to-date information on thoracic indications, with current and future applications.
Delegates enjoyed the day and commented on the good balance of content and topics achieved. Feedback included “Great mix of lectures from radiologists, radiographers and a cardiologist”, and “The speakers were very knowledgeable and topics presented interesting and related to study day; very varied subject matter from intriguing and engaging speakers.”
The robust and comprehensive agenda included Dr. Ronak Rajani Consultant Cardiologist (from) Guy’s & St. Thomas’s Hospital; Dr. Arjun, Nair, Consultant Radiologist, UCL Hospital, London; Dr. Peter Ball, Consultant Radiologist at Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, Dr. Rebecca Preston, Consultant Paediatric Radiologist, Guys& St. Thomas’s Hospital (and)Dr. Julie O’Brien Consultant Radiologist from University Hospital, Limerick. Ms.Liz Darcy, CT Radiographer, (at) Wexford General Hospital, Ms. Sarah McCausland, CT Radiographer, Ulster Hospital. provided the most up-to-date clinical information on cardio-thoracic CT, with an in-depth look at optim ising the processes and examining the most current indications and evidence for cardiac CT.