Please find attached details of the forthcoming Scottish Breast Radiology Forum meeting to be held on Thursday 7th May at the Teacher Building, St Enoch’s Square, Glasgow.
On our new website www.sbrf.org.uk you will find details about the meeting, including programme information and how to register. In addition we now have a PayPal method for online registration fee payments.
We look forward to see you there .
The SBRF organising committee
Please find attached details of the 17th Annual British Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (BSGAR) meeting to be held in Leeds (February 2015). The lectures, to be delivered by leading GI radiologists across the UK, are varied with significant educational value to radiologists in training. The annual Richard Farrow Memorial Lecture will be given by Dr Giles Maskell (RCR President).
In addition to this there are two sessions which will have particular interest for SpRs:
1. The Derrick Martin Prize.
2. The Job Session: a meeting for SpRs looking for a GI Consultant job and for Consultants looking to recruit.
1. Derrick Martin Prize
The Derrick Martin Prize will be awarded for the best interesting case presented by a trainee at the meeting. The prize winner will receive a cash prize of £200. Submissions are now open – we are usually oversubscribed so the importance of early submission cannot be overemphasised! The session is one of the highlights of the meeting and is an excellent way to get yourself known by the GI radiology community. Presentations are 5 minutes long with 1 minute for questions, and are judged on style, content and impact on practice. The best 10 cases submitted will be presented at the meeting but other cases submitted will still be published on the BSGAR website.
Successful candidates will be contacted by email but please note that presentation places will only be confirmed with registration for the conference. We look forward to receiving your entries!
Please submit your case via www.bsgar.org/education/interesting-cases
Please submit as a powerpoint presentation using the following template:
Presenting author email address:
Clinical Information: Brief summary/relevant past medical history
Figures: Selected images with legends
Final diagnosis: Include means of confirming diagnosis Key learning points:
Discussion: Pathophysiology, clinical findings, imaging findings etc.
The authors will need to have DICOM files of the case available, but do not need to include them at the time of submission.
2. Job Session
The Job Session is a new development and will be a meeting intended to help SpRs who are looking for jobs and Consultants looking for colleagues to meet each other. We have already had some confirmed interest from Consultants looking to recruit. Bring a copy of your CV if you are interested.
I hope you find the above of interest. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
BSGAR Junior Representative
Thursday 6th November 2014 2:00pm – 5:30pm
Symposium Hall, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
A third of a century in radiology – the past, present and future
Dr John Reid – Consultant Radiologist, Borders General Hospital, Melrose
Precision medicine: the phenome, its capture and its annotation. The role of radiology in
the genomic era.
Professor Derrick Martin – GI and Interventional Radiology Consultant, Wythenshawe
Dr Adam Hill – Chief Medical Officer, Sectra Medical Systems
Fluid collections in acute pancreatitis and their management.
Hospital, Manchester & Former Editor of Clinical Radiology
All trainees are encouraged to attend this free event on the afternoon preceding the
Autumn SRS Meeting that is being held on Friday 7th November at the same venue.
To register for the trainee forum please email details of your name, training stage and
training scheme to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Hollman Medal Presentations
Friday 7th November 2014
Symposium Hall, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Applications are now being accepted for the Anne Hollman Medal
presentations to take place at this years SRS Annual General meeting.
This medal is open to radiology trainees across all Scottish training
This is an opportunity for trainees to present audit / research /
quality improvement work undertaken to a national audience.
In order to enter, we require you to submit a 250 word abstract
based on the project to email@example.com by the
3rd October 2014.
Successful applicants will be notified by email by the 10th October
Interventional Radiology – The Basics – (IRTB)
New to Scotland!
An exciting course which runs over 2 days. Located within the North East Scotland based Cuschieri Skills Centre, which offers a wide portfolio of skills training courses at all levels to international medical personnel at all stages of their careers. This course is suitable for all junior trainees, not just those who are currently involved in radiology, but also those who may have a keen interest and wish to find out more. This includes trainee doctors currently in foundation years 1 and 2 and those healthcare professionals who may be involved with Interventional Radiology to a lesser degree. This course has been designed and developed to introduce participants to the basics of Interventional Radiology, provide an overview, and facilitate discussion and experience of handling the relevant equipment. The course also provides the opportunity take part in small group supported practical skills sessions and view a thiel cadaveric demonstration.
I am the trainee rep for the British Society of Urogenital Radiology and I am writing to let you know that the dates and programme for the 2014 Scientific AGM have just been announced.
This year the meeting will be held at the Marriott Hotel in Leeds on 20 – 21st November. A prostate MRI workshop will be held on 19th November.
The programme can be downloaded from the website (http://bsur.org.uk) and it looks fantastic. The programme has been specifically designed to appeal to the general radiologist, and that is particularly relevant to trainees doing exams.
A call for abstracts will be uploaded on to the website shortly so keep checking. National poster presentations always look good on the CV.
There is a reduced AGM fee for BSUR members so if you are interested in joining the society please check the website. Feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
BSUR Trainee Rep
Neuroimaging day announcement from Dr Ravi Jampana, Consultant Radiologist, Institute of Neurological Sciences.
On behalf of The Institute of Neurological Sciences and British Society of Neuroradiologists, I am pleased to invite you for a day of Neuroimaging lectures by local and National speakers on 12th June 2014 Thursday.