Webinar: Neuroradiology – Spotting The Signs of Pathology

Webinar: Neuroradiology – Spotting The Signs of Pathology

Date and time

Wednesday 2nd March

19:00 - 21:00

Speaker

Faraan Khan

Consultant Neuroradiologist

Location

Webinar

Price

£39 + VAT

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Webinar: Neuroradiology – Spotting The Signs of Pathology

Are you a radiographer wanting to improve your knowledge and capabilities on neuro-imaging? 


Then you won’t want to miss this CPD talk with Consultant Neuroradiologist, Dr Faraan Khan. We will be exploring a range of neurological pathologies including stroke, neuroinflammation, tumours, and neurodegenerative diseases, largely focusing on MRI imaging. 


We will send you an email with instructions to register and gain access to the webinar 'room' 24 hours before, and a reminder 1 hour before the event.

Examining numerous case studies and patient request forms, we will be concentrating on referrals for MRI. We will be delving into the mind of a neuroradiologist by analysing what is on the scan, and equally important, what isn’t. We will be spotting the signs of pathology in conditions such as stroke, tumours, neuroinflammation and other neurodegenerative diseases. This will increase your knowledge on flagging urgent cases and understanding the appropriate path to take. 


Incorporating important neuroanatomy tips relevant to these topics, Dr Khan will be ensuring you understand the parts of the brain which can be highlighted or dimmed in scans, depending on the pathology. We will also touch upon the significance of Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) in these conditions.


Join us for 2-hours’ top-quality CPD and leave with a breadth of enhanced knowledge on neuro-imaging.


Schedule:

  • Stroke
  • Neuroinflammation
  • Tumours
  • Neurodegenerative diseases
  • Relevant neuroanatomy tips 
  • DWI


Learning Outcomes:

  • Enhance your diagnostic potential by understanding the signs and anatomy of neurological pathologies, such as those outlined above
  • Spot the red flags and know when to highlight an urgent case

Faraan Khan

Consultant Neuroradiologist | London

Faraan graduated from University College London Medical School in 2007 with MBBS and an intercalated BSc in Clinical Pharmacology (fist class honours).  

 

He attained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) in 2011 before embarking on Clinical Radiology training at St George’s Hospital. He attained Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) in 2016 . He then subspecialised via the London Neuroradiology Fellowship, with experience at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital. He completed the European Diploma in Neuroradiology in 2019.  

 

In 2018, Faraan was appointed Consultant Neuroradiologist at The Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre at St. Georges Hospital in London, specialising in both paediatric and adult neuroradiology, where he is now based full-time. He is currently Neuroradiology lead for the Regional Neonatal Neurology and Neuromuscular Multidisciplinary meetings.  

 

Faraan has published in a number of peer reviewed journals on a range of neuroradiology topics. In addition to fetal and neuromuscular neuroradiology, his clinical interests include the neuroradiology of congenital infections and paediatric brain tumours. He is keenly committed to Medical Education and regularly delivers teaching to university students, allied health professionals and doctors. He holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education.  

Live 2-hour group learning webinar, speaker's slides (if permitted), CPD certificate, and recording of the course (even if you can't make it to the live event).

Radiographers

Webinar: Neuroradiology – Spotting The Signs of Pathology

Buy now

Add to basket

Date and time

Wednesday 2nd March

19:00 - 21:00

Price

£39 + VAT

Speaker

Faraan Khan

Consultant Neuroradiologist

Location

Webinar

SS11 Full Price and Group Booking Discount

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