ESER Workshop - Non-trauma neurological emergencies

Thursday, November 12, 2020 | NEW TIME: 16:30-19:30 CET
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  • Teaching run by experts from two Level 1 trauma centres, suitable for radiologists at any level
  • Interactive learning with individual access to a wide range of cases
  • Receive a personalised workbook
     

Course leads:
Cem Calli, Izmir/TR
Thomas Campion, London/UK
Maureen Dumba, London/UK

 

Learning objectives; By the end of this session, the attendee will be able to:
1. Recognise and characterise acute non-traumatic pathology on CT and MRI of the brain
2. Formulate appropriate imaging strategies for assessing acute neurological presentations
3. Understand a general framework for the role of interventional neuroradiology in the acute setting
4. Identify key review areas and commonly missed diagnoses in emergency neuroimaging

 

How it works:
Once registered, you will be sent a link to all cases. During the session the teachers will give you enough time to scroll through each case yourself. You will be able to share your screen and discuss with the rest of the attendees. The workshop will involve active participation – including via interactive polling, chat function, and small breakout sessions. You will be given a personalised workbook and learning points and answers will be shared with you.

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