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11th May 2023
5:30 - 8:00pm (BST)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
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IR Bites Live

2 hour teaching session called IR Bites Live, a mix of talks and workshop on interventional radiology skills and devices:

Faculty

1-2x Radiology Registrars

1+ Supervising Consultant

Biopsy, drain, vascular access, basic catheter wire skills

Potential Industry sponsors:

Argon

Merit

Penumbra

Pizza: sponsored by BMA

Event registration via MedAll

Overall, the workshop will be a mix of talks and problem-solving. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from experienced interventional radiologists. The workshop will be a valuable learning experience for medical students and junior doctors interested in interventional radiology.

17:30

Introduction (10 minutes)

  • Welcome and introduction to the workshop and the instructors
  • Brief overview of interventional radiology and its importance in modern medicine
  • Explanation of the learning objectives for the session

17:40

BMA talk (5 minutes)

  • Hazel Brittan talk

17:45

Intro to interventional radiology devices (15 minutes)

Introduction to other common devices used in interventional radiology, such as:

  • The Seldinger technique
  • Angiography catheters
  • Embolisation devices
  • Stents and balloons
  • Explanation of the indications for each device and how they are used
  • Demonstration of the use of these devices

18:00

Ultrasound and device demonstration (60 minutes)

Explanation of the basic principles of ultrasound imaging

Demonstration of ultrasound-guided needle placement for various procedures e.g.

  • Peripheral and central venous access
  • Paracentesis
  • Thoracentesis
  • Biopsy
  • Practice for participants with guidance from instructors

19:00

Case discussions and problem-solving (30 minutes)

Instructors will present case scenarios and discuss potential solutions using the skills and devices learned in the workshop

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss potential solutions

19:30

Conclusion and feedback (10 minutes)

  • Recap of key points covered in the workshop
  • Feedback from participants on the workshop content, format, and instructors
  • Information on future opportunities for further learning in interventional radiology

Summary

IR Bites Live 2 hour teaching session called IR Bites Live, a mix of talks and workshop on interventional radiology skills and devices: Faculty 1-2x Radiology Registrars 1+ Supervising Consultant Biopsy, drain, vascular access, basic catheter wire skills Potential Industry sponsors: Argon Merit Penumbra Pizza: sponsored by BMA Event registration via MedAll Overall, the workshop will be a mix of talks and problem-solving. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from experienced interventional radiologists. The workshop will be a valuable learning experience for medical students and junior doctors interested in interventional radiology. 17:30 Introduction (10 minutes) Welcome and introduction to the workshop and the instructors Brief overview of interventional radiology and its importance in modern medicine Explanation of the learning objectives for the session 17:40 BMA talk (5 minutes) Hazel Brittan talk 17:45 Intro to interventional radiology devices (15 minutes) Introduction to other common devices used in interventional radiology, such as: The Seldinger technique Angiography catheters Embolisation devices Stents and balloons Explanation of the indications for each device and how they are used Demonstration of the use of these devices 18:00 Ultrasound and device demonstration (60 minutes) Explanation of the basic principles of ultrasound imaging Demonstration of ultrasound-guided needle placement for various procedures e.g. Peripheral and central venous access Paracentesis Thoracentesis Biopsy Practice for participants with guidance from instructors 19:00 Case discussions and problem-solving (30 minutes) Instructors will present case scenarios and discuss potential solutions using the skills and devices learned in the workshop Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss potential solutions 19:30 Conclusion and feedback (10 minutes) Recap of key points covered in the workshop Feedback from participants on the workshop content, format, and instructors Information on future opportunities for further learning in interventional radiology

Learning objectives

1. Identify the advantages and limitations of IR techniques in medical diagnostics. 2. Explain the essential elements of proper radiation safety protocols. 3. Describe the current imaging technology available to medical professionals. 4. List the differences between general and specialized imaging techniques. 5. Recognize the indications for which IR techniques provide a safe and effective medical imaging solution.
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11th May 2023
5:30 - 8:00pm (BST)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
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Free
IN PERSON