The British Society of Paediatric Radiology is a society for radiologists in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland with an interest in paediatric radiology
Posted by Mani Thyagarajan on August 7, 2022 in Announcements
The course is a 2 day, interactive teaching course and will include teaching (lectures and small workshops) on all aspects of NAI imaging- ie MSK and Neuro The aims are for this to be a friendly and interactive course, with a dinner on the first night to welcome all delegates. The course is aimed at both Consultants and trainees with an interest in paediatric imaging and any radiologists involved with reporting NAI as part of their everyday clinical practice - either MSK, neuro or both
Posted by Mani Thyagarajan on July 22, 2022 in Announcements
BSPR website FOR THE 2022 meeting is about to go live. All info is on the site including reduced rates for early registration. The Thursday dinner tickets are limited to 70 so please do get in early .
Online links for paediatric radiology teaching resources
Posted by Mani Thyagarajan on April 21, 2022 in Announcements
This full time, 1-year paediatric radiology fellowship is an exciting opportunity for radiologists who wish to pursue a career in paediatric radiology or paediatric neuroradiology. Applicants must be on the Specialist Register or be eligible for inclusion on the register 6 months after the interview date. Part time applicants are also encouraged to apply. The successful applicant will gain from one-to-one teaching from a team of 12 consultant Paediatric Radiologists, along with 4 Specialist Registrars. This busy department provides general body imaging, neuroradiology and cardiac imaging. Interventional radiology is provided by Birmingham Children’s Hospital (BCH) and by radiologists from University Hospital Birmingham. The department has recently been remodelled and has all the imaging modalities on site, including two 1.5-T MRI scanners and a NIHR-funded 3-T MRI scanner also supports an increasing number of research programmes. We also have a dedicated interventional suite. BCH is a 320-bed (31 bed PICU) hospital which was recently rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission and provides a wide range of general and specialist health services to children and adolescents within the West Midlands and beyond. As Birmingham’s lead provider of health services for children, the Trust enjoys a national and international reputation in specialist areas including liver transplantation, small bowel transplantation, cardiac surgery and neonatal surgery. The trust was recently appointed as one of the four national centres for the Children’s Epilepsy Surgery Service. The Trust also manages city-wide Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. BCH has recently undergone a merger with Birmingham Women’s Hospital which will further expand the volume of neonatal imaging that we perform. We offer the highly specialist imaging but also the more routine, but clearly hugely important, day-to-day imaging of a large cosmopolitan city. Further information may be obtained by contacting the Clinical Supervisor, Dr Adam Oates: e-mail [email protected]; Tel 0121 333 9761; Fax 0121 333 9726.
Posted by Mani Thyagarajan on April 9, 2022 in Announcements
Application is open for a one year Fellowship in Paediatric Interventional Radiology at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Application closes 30th April
Posted by David Horton on February 24, 2021 in Announcements
WHO and Geneva Learning Foundation promote their 1st-course‘ Radiation risk communication in paediatric imaging’.
BSPR 2022 will be an in-person meeting in the southwest
Keep watching for details