20 Jul 2022
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Cardiac for Radiographers (10 Seats for a Group)

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Audience: Radiographers

Accreditation: ASMIRT and SSR

Time Agenda

08.45-09.00

Welcome and Introduction

09.00-09.30

Technical Aspects of acquiring a Coronary CTA

09.30--10.00

Principles Acquisition and Techniques

10.00-10.15

Tea break

10.15-10.45

Common types of cardiac defects and how to scan

10.45—11.15

Comprehensive Cardiac Analysis ISP

11.15-11.45

ECG interpretation

11.45-12.30

Lunch

12.30-13.15

Contrast considerations for Cardiac CTA

13.15-13.45

Calcium Score

13.45-14.00

Q&A

About Speaker
  • Ms Ruth Kresina
  • Sr Clinical Support Specialist, CT BU Services & Solutions, APAC, Philips

     - Advanced Certificate in Diagnostic Radiography South Australian Institute of technology
     - Post Graduate Certificate in Computed Tomography R.M.I.T
     - Certificate of Proficiency in Computed Tomography Level 1 and Level 2 Australian Institute of Radiographers
     - Certificate of proficiency intravenous cannulation


  • Dr John Younger
  • MB, BCh, MRCP, FRCAP, FCSANZ

    Dr John Younger is a Senior Staff Specialist at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, and a senior lecturer with the University of Queensland. After completing cardiology training, John undertook a 2 year fellowship in British Heart Foundation Cardiac MRI Research Centre at Leeds University in the UK before returning to Australia to establish the cardiac CT and MRI programs at the Royal Brisbane Hospital.

    He was a co-author of the CSANZ position statement on Calcium Scoring and the Position Statement on Initial Certification and Maintenance of Recognition for Cardiac MRI. He served as senior Cardiac Society representative on the Conjoint Committee for CT Coronary Angiography and he is the recent past president of ANZ-CMR.