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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Free RABitt - Dynamic US Assessment of the Female Pelvic Floor

14-03-2024 7:00 pm -8:00 pm

Presenter Rania Singh: specializing in advanced gynecological, breast, and musculoskeletal ultrasound.

Rania Singh:

This webinar will highlight the basic female pelvic floor anatomy including the different compartments and structures that are assessed during an ultrasound examination. A basic and straightforward ultrasound protocol including dynamic assessments will be discussed. Common presentations of several forms of pelvic floor prolapse will be showcased. Common pitfalls and limitations of ultrasound assessment for pelvic floor prolapse will also be considered.

Rania is a sonographer hailing from the beautiful city of Brisbane. She embarked on her journey in medical imaging upon arriving from Fiji Islands to pursue her studies, graduating from Central Queensland University in 2020.

Currently Rania works for I-MED at a private outpatient clinic in Brisbane, specializing in advanced gynecological, breast, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. She finds great fulfillment in delving into the complexities of specific symptoms and uncovering the underlying pathologies.

Rania is deeply dedicated to her work, driven by a desire to make a meaningful impact in the lives of patients by providing accurate diagnoses and compassionate care. Rania has delivered many in-house presentations for I-Med Radiology, and has recently had the honor of presenting at the prestigious Australian Sonographers Association (ASA) national conference in 2023 for the first time.

At the end of this presentation, attendees will:

  1. Gain an understanding of basic female pelvic floor anatomy
  2. Scanning technique including dynamic assessments of the pelvic floor using ultrasound
  3. Recognition of common prolapse appearances on ultrasound including correct characterization of pathology

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