Why workstation based workshops and not endless days of lectures?
When Dr Maria trained, she was not taught much MRI. But now, she is expected to report and also reviews scans with clinicians. Everytime she reports, this stresses her and then she waits for the clinician’s call. Did I get it right or wrong? So to learn she goes to conferences, reads articles or Googles! Lots of information but she doesn’t see enough cases or learns a structure to assess and diagnose a full scan. Result... Dr Maria’s confidence to report scans remains low.
A fellowship is a good solution to the problem, but spending 1 year and the expense? So, what should she do? How about a 2 day mini fellowship where you are guided to learn a structure, recognise and diagnose what is important and reinforce and retain it by looking at 100’s of scans. This is a great way to learn. That’s how I learnt in my fellowship. The information you need to know, lots of scans to view and someone guiding you through them to Learn By Doing.
This is a 2 day comprehensive teaching of Spinal and Sacro Iliac Joint MRI with CT and Plain Xray correlation. You will learn in a systematic way, assessment of all the important features in assessing the whole spine and SIJ’s. Not just facts but a structure of how to assess and review, how to differentiate between similar looking pathologies and how to produce a consise and accurate report.
One of the big issues is forgetting. We all know the feeling of learning and then rapidly forgetting what we have learnt. To get around this we have now have a post workshop Deliberate Practice Programme for one month, where every day you will receive a post, video or dicoms to view on topics we have covered in the workshop. Review images and scans, Refresh your memory and Retain more of what you have learnt.
For More Details Visit : http://radedasia.com/radiology-conference/kuala-lumpur/spine/