The fellowship is offered to a small, selected group, to enhance the interaction.
It is designed for general radiologists reporting emergency cases or wishing to embark on a subspecialization path. While the program will be adjusted as much as possible to meet the participants’ expectations and needs (including selection of lectures), the mentor will endeavour to encompass a broad spectrum of non-traumatic emergencies of the adult patient.
Selected topics will first be presented in a lecture format, followed by representative cases of various difficulty levels, including typical presentations, false positives, false negatives etc. The fellows will review the images, first by themselves and then together with the mentor and the group. The aim is to reproduce the reading room experience, simulating and condensing full length emergency radiology fellowship programs.
Maximum number of seats: 6
- The fellowship will focus on non-traumatic emergencies of the adult patient
- To learn about workflows in emergency radiology, epidemiology of emergency, modern approach to emergency including special patient categories.
- To identify the differentiating imaging features of emergencies and to create clinically relevant reports
- To understand the clinical questions that need to be addressed in various settings and how to answer them under time pressure
Programme will include
- Lectures covering a wide variety of topics in imaging of non-traumatic emergencies of the head, neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis in the adult patient
- Individual reporting with supervision/feedback by the Mentor
- Group case discussion of the reported cases
Level II - General radiologist
The fellowship is designed for general radiologists reporting emergency cases or wishing to embark on a subspecialization path