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8th to 10th March, 2023

A word from Charles

Friday 4th November 2022

Dear friends and colleagues.

We are delighted to announce that the Sheffield Fundamentals of Neuroradiology Course will be up and running as a live, face to face course in March 2023. We are looking forward to welcoming you back to Sheffield for a friendly, relaxing and interactive educational programme.

Louise and Chloe who are the team looking after the organisation of the course. The email address (sth.sheffieldfon@nhs.net ), please contact the team using this.

Best wishes.

Drs Charles Romanowski and Andy Martin on behalf of all of the Course Organisers

Course Programme:

March 2023

• Neuroanatomy
• White Matter Diseases
• CNS Infections
• Spinal Tumours
• Stroke
• Orbits & Paranasal Sinuses
• Unexpected Findings on MRI and CT
• Course Dinner (Thursday evening)

March 2024

• Neuroanatomy
• Brain & Skull Base Tumours
• Degenerative Spine
• Intracranial Haemorrhage
• CNS Trauma
• Clinical Issues in Neuroradiology
(including ‘our mistakes in neuroradiology’)
• Course Dinner (Thursday evening)

The Course:

The course is aimed primarily at consultant general radiologists who require further proficiency in neuroradiology. The course will also be suitable for specialist registrars in radiology and those with a particular interest in neuroradiology. 

The course consists of lectures on different topics that complement each other over a two-year cycle (see programme, below).

Interactive sessions will supplement the lecture topics on both cycles of the course. A book stand will be available for the sale of medical books. 

The course is proposed to begin on Wednesday lunchtime and finish on Friday lunchtime thereby allowing time for travel to and from Sheffield. 

Our proposed venue is the Mercure St Paul’s Hotel which is in the centre of Sheffield adjacent to the award winning Winter Gardens and Millennium Galleries. This hotel offers first class conference facilities and accommodation together with excellent leisure facilities. 

The hotel is only a short walk away from the railway station. The residential rate includes accommodation for Wednesday and Thursday. The residential rate includes accommodation for Wednesday and Thursday as well as the evening meal on Wednesday and the course dinner on Thursday. The non-residential rate includes the course dinner on Thursday evening. Lunch (Wednesday and Thursday) and refreshments (all days) are provided for all delegates. Delegates are therefore advised to arrive early on Wednesday in time for lunch (from 11.45am).

This course provides 15 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists.

Course Feedback:

Ali Mehr - Consultant Radiologist

“The subject I enjoyed the most was more about Stroke and Thrombectomy Surgery”

Maxine Murray - Consultant Radiologist

“A good mix of general radiologists and specialists. I thoroughly recommend this course to colleagues”

Course Interactivity:

The Interactive Sessions are kindly sponsored by Bayer Healthcare