Salford Radiography walk the walk and talk the talk!

‘Imaging the Foot and Ankle’

next 2 day course approaches

read on – free image interpretation poster for your department

Initially conceived for podiatrists, this 2 day course is now attended by participants from a range of health profession backgrounds including orthopaedic nursing, orthotics, biomechanics and physiotherapy.

Reflecting current changes in health care delivery, most of our participants work within multidisciplinary teams such as surgical planning, diabetic foot care and mobility support.  Attending this course enables them to gain a greater understanding of the role of imaging in their patient pathways.

So what is it?

Our course provides an introduction to imaging of the foot and ankle delivered by radiography advanced practitioners, consultant radiologists and consultant podiatrists.

Starting with an explanation of imaging principles and demonstration of radiographic techniques, by the end of the second day our expert tutors have delivered sessions on trauma, congenital and musculoskeletal disorders, arthritides and diabetes.

Participants put their learning to the test during facilitated image viewing sessions which they thoroughly enjoy.

We think we have created a course that delivers but don’t just take our word for it, here’s some of our recent feedback….……CPD radiography image interpretation reporting podiatry

feedback from our previous courses

Interested in image interpretation?

Join us on our next course….

Ourmost recent cohort saw participants attending from our neighbouring trusts and as far as the Isle of Mann, Teesside, Somerset, Lanarkshire, South Wales, Cambridge and ……Greece!

If you are interested in joining us on 28th and 29th November 2017 please book via this link

Imaging of the foot and ankle – 2 day workshop

Alternatively, if you have any questions please get in touch with Dr.Jane McAdam, Director Prosthetics & Orthotics and Podiatry j.mcadam@salford.ac.uk

Complete the contact form to be added to our distribution list and receive a free poster for your department.

Poster
TIP’s Ankle and Foot

 

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