Acute and emergency imaging education day organised by the BIR Scottish Branch

11th March 2022  09:30 - 16:40 (GMT+01:00) Europe/London

Friday 11 March 2022

This one-day education event will cover various aspects of acute and emergency imaging and intervention, including stroke, head and neck, cardiovascular, vascular, GI, GU, gynaecology and traumatic presentations, highlighting learning points and potential pitfalls.

The event is aimed at both Consultant Radiologists and trainees, although it would also be of interest to other medical professionals and allied health professionals such as radiographers.

View full programme here

Educational aims:

  • To keep updated on the current and changing practices in diagnostic acute and emergency imaging
  • To provide an overview of the utility of acute and emergency image guided intervention
  • To establish and consolidate a systematic approach to trauma reporting and gain confidence in abilities to pick up subtle injuries

Registration Fees
BIR member Plan 1 £100
BIR member Plan 2/Trainee £80
BIR Retired/Student member £50
Non-member Consultant or equivalent £130
Non-member Other grades £110
Non-member Trainee £100
Non-member Retired/Student £65

Registration instructions
In order to register for this event you must first create a MyBIR portal or login to your MyBIR account via this link and then register for the event after you have logged in. The MyBIR portal is a free account with the BIR which will allow you to register for events and to retrieve receipts and CPD certificates. Once this is created, you can then register onto the event. If you have registered for a BIR event in the past you can login to your account first and then click on the register now button. You do not need to be a member of BIR or a radiologist to register for this event. All healthcare professionals are welcome. If you are having any issues registering please email
Please ensure that you have read the events terms and conditions here, before booking onto an event.




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