London Temporal Bone Imaging Course
Life Sciences & Medicine
Not for credit
Available course dates:
From: 06 June 2024 To: 07 June 2024
20 May 2024
The two day course will run again in London from Thursday 6 to Friday 7 June 2024. Please click on express interest to register your interest for the course next year. Booking will open in January 2024.
This course will increase skill, knowledge and confidence in the imaging of temporal bone anatomy and pathology. The delegates will gain greater understanding of temporal bone surgical approaches through practical demonstrations and multi-disciplinary presentations, and they will learn how to frame a surgically relevant radiology interpretation.
The course will take place at the Gordon Museum of Pathology, Hodgkin Building, Guy's Campus London.
What does this course cover?
Expert faculty will lead sessions covering temporal bone CT and MRI anatomy, an overview of how to image in the principle clinical settings and imaging of anatomical subsites (skull base, facial nerve, inner ear, middle ear, external ear). There will be further specialist teaching on how to imaging in specific scenarios (eg. Meniere’s Disease and auditory implants) and how understanding surgical techniques aids imaging interpretation. There will be demonstration of surgical models and implants on 3D models. There will be interactive sessions and post-course access to the viewing of a library of temporal bone imaging cases on the Collective Minds Radiology platform.
Who will I learn with?
Honorary Reader in Head and Neck Imaging and Consultant Neuroradiologist
Who is this for?
The course is aimed at senior trainees and consultant radiologists and surgeons with an interest in head and neck imaging or neuro-radiology. There may also be interest from allied scientists.
What is the teaching schedule?
Please find here the teaching schedule for the next session in September 2023.
Fees and discounts
Full fee: £599
This includes access to the interactive case library and templates for 14 days before and 60 days after the course.
In view of the limited number of delegates we recommend early registration.
Recognised for the European Board in Head and neck Radiology Diploma (EBiHNR)
Included in the course fee:
1) Access to the interactive case library on the Collective Minds Radiology platform from 14 days before until 60 days after the course.
The course organisers will arrange KCL guest learner accounts and registration with Collective Minds Radiology for delegates prior to the course such that they can access the computers for interactive teaching and the case library.
See website for further course information:
Range of accommodation is available nearby including:
|London Bridge Hotel, 8 - 18 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG, England
|Hilton London Tower Bridge, Tooley Street | 5 More London Riverside, London SE1 2BY, England
|Ibis Styles London Southwark, 43-47 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HH, England
|The LaliT London, 181 Tooley Street, London SE1 2JR
|Premier Inn, London Southwark, 34 Park Street | 34 Park Street, London SE1 9EF, England
Please note this list has been compiled for information purposes only. King’s College London does not endorse any particular establishment and will not accept responsibility in any event. Other hotels and hostels are also available.