Image Interpretation of Radiological Images
Online medical course that equips you with the skills to interpret radiological images correctly, improving patient outcomes and reducing risks.
Image Interpretation online medical course equips you with the skills to interpret radiological images correctly, improving patient outcomes and reducing risks. The programme has been developed in the UK by the College of Radiographers and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare. This online medical course covers a wide range of techniques used in radiography, with sessions already available for X-ray, ultrasound and cross-sectional imaging.
The Image Interpretation programme is part of the UK College of Radiographers’ continuing professional development scheme – CPD now. So, it meets UK quality standards for professional training in this area.
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The Image Interpretation project is a fantastic resource for radiographers’ continuing professional development.
Nick Woznita, reporting radiographer at Homerton University Hospital
Healthcare staff will find the sessions invaluable as a tool to assist them to understand the wide ranging and complex appearances of both normal images and those showing pathology.
Dorothy Keane, Image Interpretation Clinical Lead
It is not only refreshing my memory of anatomy and biomechanics learnt on qualification and in my years of practice but it is teaching me new things to look for in the patient’s history and what to look out for in the resulting image.
Image Interpretation user