Trains local doctors in developing nations in radiology to save lives.
You are invited to register for RAB's next Imaging Technologists Teleconference program (RABitt) Thursday 29th April 2021 7:00 PM AEST where Michael Fuller, senior radiographer at Flinders Medical Centre in South Australia, will present a lecture:
Chest Radiography; challenges and pitfalls
See below for full details.
We Look forward to you joining RAB's 27th Imaging Technologist Teleconference program!
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Luke Porra, Trina Shnier, Michael Fuller
Registrations are now available (After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.)
Date: Thursday the 26th April, 2021
Time: 7:00 – 8:15pm AEST
Presented by: Michael Fuller - senior radiographer at Flinders Medical Centre in South Australia
Michael is a senior radiographer at Flinders Medical Centre in South Australia. He has an interest in trauma radiography, image interpretation and radiography clinical education. Michael is a frequent presenter of papers and workshops at conferences in Australia and was a keynote speaker at the ASMIRT conference in Wellington, New Zealand in 2015. He is a former consultant radiographer to Papua New Guinea under the Australian Commonwealth government’s AusAID program. Michael has received various awards and scholarships including the ASMIRT International Travel Scholarship in 2012.
Chest radiography is the most commonly performed radiographic examination in many imaging departments. For radiographers, the ubiquitous presence of chest radiography in our working day can de-sensitise us to its clinical importance and technique subtleties. This presentation covers the radiographic techniques and challenges of ambulant and bedside chest radiography in adults and children. I will revisit the basics of chest radiography as well as considering advanced techniques and controversial practices