Monthly online webinars for imaging technologists

Project Lead - Trina Shnier

Imaging Technologists’ Teleconference Program

Each month we conduct a teleconference which covers important topics pertaining to imaging technologists.

Supporting beginner and advanced sonographers and radiographers in developing nations, this monthly 1-hour teaching lecture is delivered by expert imaging technologists who provide training on a variety of important imaging topics. Each session includes a question and answer section to deepen the participants' understanding. All lectures are provided for free and are recorded for future viewing, accessible via our online library. 

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Project Lead - Trina Shnier

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RAB Next RABitts



Free RABitt - HRCT chest basics for radiographers

26-10-2023 7:00 pm -8:00 pm

Presenter Karen Dobeli: Radiographer research and service improvement lead at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Karen Dobeli

This presentation provides an overview of relevant anatomy, clinical indications, CT techniques and terminology seen in radiology reports for high resolution CT of the chest (HRCT).

Karen prior to her current role, she spent over 25 years as the radiographer team leader in CT. She completed her undergraduate training at Queensland University of Technology at around the dawn of time, and later completed a Masters and PhD in CT at the University of Sydney. In her spare time, Karen likes to be outdoors kayaking, cycling, camping and fishing. She also plays the bagpipes, which she enjoys but maybe not the neighbours.

Learning outcomes: After viewing this presentation, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe the gross anatomy of the bronchial tree and relationships between the airways and the interstitium
  2. Explain the scan acquisition and image reconstruction factors to optimise spatial resolution for HRCT, as well as indications for additional scan acquisitions
  3. Understand common terminology used to describe findings on HRCT

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Radiology Across Borders

Radiology Across Borders educates and trains local clinicians in developing nations to use the power of radiology to save lives. 

“As a global charity, diversity and inclusivity are fundamental to the work of Radiology Across Borders . Our volunteers from around the globe bring their diverse backgrounds together to share their knowledge, skills and experience to uplift other clinicians who also come from many different cultures, genders, racial backgrounds, sexual orientations and religions . Together we unite in our vision to provide quality support to healthcare providers and patients to the best of our ability. 

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