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Courses from World Continuing Education Alliance
Courses are accredited by international colleges and institute
Covering various topics in different medical specialties
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Paula Richards and Surabhi Choudhary on behalf of Health Education... This session discusses cervical spine imaging and the assessment of craniocervical and cervical vertebral alignment. Common injury patterns resulting in cervical spine (C-spine) injury are also described in this session.
Amy Rowan on behalf of Health Education England In this session we describe how to approach the clinical assessment of a child who is limping, or has limb pains. We outline important causes of limp and limb pain, including growing pains and inflammatory conditions..
This session provides an overview of the radiological diagnosis of skeletal dysplasias, concentrating on the following conditions - achondroplasia, thanatophoric dysplasia, mucopolysaccharidoses, multiple epiphyseal dysplasia, hereditary multiple exostoses and multiple enchondromatosis.
A self-evaluation session designed to support you in assessing your image interpretation skills and report writing style. All radiographs in this session relate to the appendicular and axial skeletons
This session will look at injuries related to the thoracic spine. It will focus on identifying anatomy demonstrated on both diagrams and radiographs, and offer examples of radiographic technique. Mechanisms of injury (MOI) will be discussed to develop a knowledge base in clinical presentations. Common fractures, dislocations, pathologies and normal variants found in the thoracic spine will be illustrated using radiographic examples.
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royal college of anaesthetists
the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR)
The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS)
the National Health Service (NHS) in England
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP)