Clinical Imaging



Clinical Imaging

Clinical Imaging

The Clinical Imaging programme equips you with the skills to interpret radiological images correctly. It is relevant to radiographers, ultrasonographers and other healthcare professionals across the world.

The programme has been developed in the UK by the College of Radiographers and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.

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The project is a fantastic resource for radiographers’ continuing professional development.

Nick Woznitza, Consultant Radiographer at Homerton University Hospital

I really love what eIntegrity has to offer with its content across a wide variety of modalities and body areas. It is easy to access at home or from work. The information is presented really well and easy to follow. I like that I can also manipulate the images.

It has been a great way for me to improve my knowledge of, and identify, pathology and enable me to convey accurate findings to the referring doctor or radiologist. I feel that, with the help of eIntegrity I have been able to improve the quality of care that I can offer my patients.

I would highly recommend this to supplement your CPD.

Pratik Vageesh, Radiographer

ASMIRT is very pleased to be providing eIntegrity’s world-class e-learning materials exclusively to our members as part of their member benefits.

The quality of these programmes is so good that they are provided free of charge to medical imaging and radiation staff throughout the UK by the National Health Service (NHS) and it is recognised as the gold standard for online CPD and learning. Members’ engagement from previous discount offers was most encouraging, and they used the modules extensively. This prompted us to provide this online learning as an ongoing benefit to all our members – at no cost.

I have found eIntegrity to be very useful and hope that you will thoroughly enjoy this system.

Bronwyn Hilder, President, Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Technology

I really enjoy the training package provided by eIntegrity, hence my gusto in re-enrolling. It has refreshed my memory on some aspects and provided lots of detail. One thing I have learned in my 30+ years in Radiography is that you never stop learning!

Adrian Johnson, Chief Radiographer, Medical Imaging Unit, Mudgee and Rylstone, Australia

I accessed the eIntegrity proton therapy module to consolidate my knowledge on this advanced technology, with its imminent arrival in Australia. The modules were very insightful, providing a solid foundation of proton therapy fundamentals, through to more advanced learnings. I recommended this module to many of my peers as a great resource to enhance their understanding of proton therapy.

Nigel Anderson, PhD Principal Research Radiation, Australia


Clinical Imaging – A course for radiographers, doctors and nurses globally

The Clinical Imaging programme equips you with the skills to interpret radiological images correctly. It is relevant to radiographers, ultrasonographers and other healthcare professionals across the world. The programme has been developed in the UK by the College of Radiographers and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.

A high-quality online radiography course

You can use the sessions to develop your skills in radiography, CT, MRI and ultrasound. There are also sessions on patient care, consent, clinical governance and professional development. The sessions are highly interactive, with images, video clips, animations and self-assessment questions to help embed learning and understanding.

Test your interpretation skills using real clinical data

You can view images from real medical cases and test your interpretation skills. This helps you to better understand the wide-ranging and complex appearances of both normal images and those showing pathology.

The learning content is available online so you can study anywhere, at any time.

Formally endorsed by the UK College of Radiographers

This interactive medical imaging course is formally endorsed for continuing professional development by the UK College of Radiographers (through the ‘CPD Now’ scheme). So, it meets the highest UK quality standards of a leading professional body.

Course Content

The e-learning sessions are clustered into discrete modules, which are arranged by subject area. Each learning session takes around 30 minutes to complete.

Module 1 – Clinical Imaging of the Adult Skeleton: Introduction

  • Introduction
  • General Anatomy and Biomechanics
  • Fractures and Pathology

Module 2 – The Appendicular Skeleton (Adults)

  • Hand
  • Carpal Bones
  • Wrist
  • Radius and Ulna
  • Elbow
  • Shoulder
  • Ankle
  • Foot
  • Calcaneum
  • Knee
  • Hip

Module 3 – The Axial Skeleton (Adult)

  • Pelvis
  • Bones of the Thorax
  • Cervical Spine
  • Thoracic Spine
  • Lumbar Spine
  • Facial Bones
  • Skull

Module 4 – Clinical Imaging of the Adult Skeleton: Self-evaluation

  • The Appendicular Skeleton
  • The Axial Skeleton
  • The Appendicular and Axial Skeleton

Module 5 – Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest

  • Introduction
  • General Anatomy and Physiology
  • The Normal Chest X-ray
  • Airspace Opacification
  • Interstitial Lung Disease
  • Nodules
  • Hila, Mediastinum and Heart
  • Pleural Conditions and Diseases
  • Emergency, Lines and Instrumentation
  • Self-evaluation

Module 6 – The Paediatric Skeleton: Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Bone Development
  • Pathology
  • Fractures

Module 7 – The Paediatric Skeleton: Axial and Appendicular Skeleton (Paediatric)

  • Hand
  • Wrist
  • Radius and Ulna
  • Elbow
  • Shoulder and Humerus
  • Foot and Calcaneum
  • Ankle
  • Knee, Tibia and Fibula
  • Pelvis and Hip
  • Bones of the Thorax and Spine
  • Skull and Facial Bones

Module 8 – Non-accidental Injury (Paediatric)

  • Case Studies (1 to 11)

Module 9 – Clinical Imaging of the Paediatric Skeleton: Self-evaluation

  • Sessions 1 to 4

Module 10 – Plain X-rays of the Adult Abdomen

  • Introduction
  • Anatomy
  • Plain Abdominal Radiograph
  • Gas and Soft Tissue Abnormalities
  • Calcifications
  • Lines and Instrumentation
  • Artefacts and Non-incidental Findings
  • Self-evaluation

Module 11 – Plain X-rays of the Paediatric Chest

  • Introduction
  • Anatomy
  • The Normal Plain X-ray
  • Neonatal Disorders
  • Infection
  • Cystic
  • Congenital Heart Disease
  • Lines, Tubes and Instruments
  • Self-evaluation
  • Tumours

Module 12 – Cross-sectional Imaging

  • Introduction
  • Role of CT and MRI in Neurological Emergencies
  • Anatomy of the Brain
  • Anatomy of the Cervical Spine
  • Normal CT Neuroanatomy
  • Intercranial Haemorrhage
  • Basic Ischaemic Stroke
  • Cervical Spine Injuries
  • Self-evaluation
  • Case Studies

Module 13 – Forensic Radiography

  • Introduction
  • A Historical Perspective
  • Radiography and the Law
  • Local Provision, Building a Protocol
  • Investigation of Unexplained Injury and Death
  • A Practical Toolkit

Module 14 – Introduction to Imaging Technologies

  • Overview
  • X-ray
  • Computed Tomography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Safety
  • X-ray Review
  • Computed Tomography Review
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Review

Module 15 – Gynaecological Ultrasound

  • Introduction and Image Optimisation
  • Children and Adolescents
  • Ovaries and Uterus
  • Ovaries and Adnexa
  • Menstrual Cycle
  • Normal Early Pregnancy
  • Abnormal Early Pregnancy
  • Postmenopausal Pelvis
  • Infertility

Module 16 – Abdominal Ultrasound

  • Introduction and Image Optimisation
  • Aorta
  • Pancreas
  • Liver
  • Gall Bladder and Biliary Tree
  • Kidneys
  • Bladder
  • Spleen
  • Miscellaneous
  • Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma

Module 17 – Men’s Health Ultrasound

  • Testes
  • Prostate

Module 18 – Vascular Ultrasound

  • Introduction and Image Optimisation
  • Lower Limb Arteries
  • Venous Insufficiency – Session 1
  • Venous Insufficiency – Session 2
  • Extracranial Carotid and Vertebral Systems – Session 1
  • Extracranial Carotid and Vertebral Systems – Session 2
  • DVT

Module 19 – Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

  • Introduction and Image Optimisation
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrist and Hand
  • Adult Hip
  • Paediatric Hip
  • Knee
  • Ankle and Foot
  • Abdominal Wall
  • Rheumatology
  • Guided Injections

Module 20 – Head and Neck Ultrasound

  • Thyroid
  • Salivary Glands
  • Neck Lymph Nodes
  • Cranial

Module 21 – Obstetric Ultrasound

  • Introduction
  • Biochemistry
  • Normal First Trimester
  • Abnormal First Trimester
  • Nuchal Translucency
  • Normal Fetal Anomaly Scan
  • Fetal Head and Face
  • Fetal Heart and Chest
  • Fetal Abdomen
  • Fetal Spine and Skeleton
  • Third Trimester Scans
  • Applications of Doppler Ultrasound
  • Placental and Cervical Assessment in Pregnancy
  • Multiple Pregnancy
  • Ultrasound-guided Interventional Procedures

Module 22 – MRI Musculoskeletal : Introduction

  • Introduction
  • General Principles
  • Introduction to Pathology (Bones)
  • Introduction to Pathology (Soft Tissue)

Module 23 – MRI Musculoskeletal : Upper Limbs

  • Shoulder (Session 1)
  • Shoulder (Session 2)
  • Shoulder (Session 3)
  • Elbow (Session 1)
  • Elbow (Session 2)
  • Elbow (Session 3)
  • Wrist and Hand (Session 1)
  • Wrist and Hand (Session 2)
  • Wrist and Hand (Session 3)

Module 24 – MRI: Musculoskeletal : Lower Limbs

  • Hip (Session 1)
  • Hip (Session 2)
  • Hip (Session 3)

Module 25 – MRI: Musculoskeletal : Spine

  • Cervical and Thoracic Spine (Session 1)
  • Cervical and Thoracic Spine (Session 2)
  • Cervical and Thoracic Spine (Session 3)

Module 26 – MRI: Musculoskeletal : Self Evaluation

  • Self-evaluation I (Musculoskeletal)
  • Self-evaluation II (Musculoskeletal)

Module 27 – MRI: Internal Auditory Meati

  • Internal Auditory Meati (Session 1)
  • Internal Auditory Meati (Session 2)
  • Internal Auditory Meati (Session 3)

Module 28 – Breast Imaging

  • Introduction
  • History
  • Breast Assessment: Screening and Symptomatic
  • Breast Imaging: General Anatomy and Physiology
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Biopsy

Module 29 – Gastro-intestinal and Genitor-urinary

  • Introduction to Gastro-intestinal (GI) Imaging
  • Introduction to Genito-urinary (GU) Imaging
  • GI and GU: General Principles of Reporting of Contrast Procedures

Module 30 – Nuclear Medicine

  • Principles of Nuclear Medicine
  • Gamma Camera Imaging Technology
  • Bone Scanning
  • Lung Scanning
  • Renography
  • Endocrine System Imaging
  • Cardiac Stressing for Myocardial Perfusion Studies
  • Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
  • PET-CT Technology
  • PET-CT Imaging for Oncology
  • PET-CT Imaging for Non-oncology
  • Sentinel Node Localisation
  • Radionuclide Therapy

Module 31 – Cardiac Imaging

  • Cardiovascular Computed Tomography – Introduction and Anatomy
  • Cardiac Computed Tomography – Coronary Artery Screening
  • Cardiac Imaging:
  • Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Pathology
  • Interventional Cardiac Procedures
  • Echocardiography and Cardiac Nuclear Medicine Examinations
  • Catheter Studies –Typical Diagnostic Angiogram and Normal Findings
  • Catheter Studies – Disease Diagnosis
  • Catheter Studies – Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) treatment of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
  • Chest Radiography

Module 32 – Neurointervention

  • Introduction
  • Neurovascular Anatomy
  • Neurovascular Pathology
  • Treatment of Neurovascular Pathology
  • Subarachnoid Haemorrhage

Module 33 – Nasogastric Tube Placement

  • Using Chest Radiographs to Identify Nasogastric Tube Placement
  • Safe Practice and Clinical Governance

Module 34 – Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA)

  • E-learning resources from the National Osteoporosis Society (PDF)

Module 35 – Dental and Maxillo-facial Radiography

  •  Session 1
  •  Session 2
  •  Session 3
  •  Session 4

Module 36 – Accessory Projections

  • Pelvis and Lower Limb
  • Upper Limb
  • Miscellaneous

Module 37 – Cross-sectional Anatomy

  • Head
  • Neck
  • Chest
  • Abdomen and Pelvis
  • Cervical Spine
  • Facial Bones
  • Pelvis, Hip and Knee
  • Ankle and Foot
  • Shoulder and Elbow
  • Wrist

Module 38 – Orthopaedic Imaging

  • General Principles
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Foot and Ankle
  • Hand and Wrist
  • Long Bones
  • Vertebral Column
  • Pelvis

Module 39 – Orthopaedic Intervention

  • Introduction to the Operating Theatre Environment
  • General Principles of Imaging in the Operating Theatre

Module 40 – Anatomy

  • General Anatomy and Biomechanics
  • Anatomy of the Hand (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Wrist (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Carpal Bones (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Radius and Ulna (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Elbow (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Shoulder (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Ankle (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Foot (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Calcaneum (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Knee (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Hip (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Pelvis (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Bones of the Thorax (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Cervical Spine (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Thoracic Spine (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Facial Bones (Adult)
  • Anatomy of the Skull (Adult)
  • Self-evaluation: Axial and Appendicular Skeleton Anatomy (Adult)

Module 41 – Paediatric Anatomy

  • Image Interpretation of the Paediatric Skeleton: Bone Development
  • Anatomy of the Hand (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Wrist (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Radius and Ulna (Paediatric)
  •  Anatomy of the Elbow (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Shoulder and Humerus (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Foot and Calcaneum (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Ankle (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Knee, Tibia and Fibula (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Pelvis and Hip (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Bones of the Thorax and Spine (Paediatric)
  • Anatomy of the Skull and Facial Bones (Paediatric)
  • Paediatric Axial and Appendicular Skeleton: Self-evaluation

Module 42 – Paediatric Skeleton: Multiple Choice Quizzes

  • X-ray: Introduction
  • X-ray: Bone Development
  • X-ray: Pathology
  • X-ray: Fractures
  • X-ray: Hand
  • X-ray: Wrist
  • X-ray: Radius and Ulna
  • X-ray: Elbow
  • X-ray: Shoulder and Humerus
  • X-ray: Foot and Calcaenum
  • X-ray: Ankle
  • X-ray: Knee, Tibia and Fibula
  • X-ray: Pelvis and Hip
  • X-ray: Bones of the Thorax and Spine
  • X-ray: Skull and Facial Bones
  • X-ray: Suspected Physical Abuse

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Key Features

Comprehensive coverage of all aspects of radiological imaging :: Highly interactive content, with images, videos, animations and questions :: Test your interpretation skills using patient case studies


Medical students, doctors, nurses, assistants, radiographers, radiologists and other healthcare professionals




12 months full access to complete the course