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Incisive CT for Radiographers (10 Seats for a Group)

SGD 900.00
RRP : SGD 900.00
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V01_CT_VCLS006
Registration close date : 17 Aug 2022
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This course will cover:

• Protocol manipulation & optimization of parameters

• Dose implementation and accurate contrast bolus delivery for improved image acquisition

• Development of exam cards to suit practice requirements

• Manipulation of factors for bariatric patients

Audience: Radiographers

Accreditation: ASMIRT and SSR

Time Agenda

08.45-09.00

Welcome and Introduction

09.00-09.45

Incisive CT system overview

Startup shut down of system (videos)

09.45--10.30

How to set up preferences on the system

10.30-10.45

Tea break

10.45-11.30

Incisive CT Gantry and istation

11.30—12.30

Incisive scanner workflow

How to perform a scan

Using the simulator

12.30-13.15

Lunch

13.15-14.00

Dose Modulation

Use simulator

14.00-14.15

Q&A

 

About Speaker
  • Kate Dolan
  • Clinical Applications Specialist, ANZ, Philips

    Kate Dolan is a Senior CT Applications Specialist based in Brisbane for Philips Australia and New Zealand. She has over 32 years of clinical experience in both private practice and public hospitals, both in clinical and management settings including two years as CT Modality Lead radiographer of a large Private Practice group. Kate completed a Master of Health Science specializing in CT in 2013. With over three years’ experience in Clinical Applications, she has led the successful implementation of six installed IQon CT scanners in Queensland, NSW and NZ.


  • Adam Metcalfe
  • Clinical Applications Specialist, ANZ, Philips

    Adam Metcalfe is a Clinical Applications Specialist for Philips.

    He is based in NSW. Adam has held senior CT radiographer and management roles both in public hospital and private practice settings, including a major trauma hospital in metropolitan Sydney and Adam has been with Philips for over five years and has been a radiographer for over 25 years.


  • Trish Hubbard
  • Clinical Applications Specialist, ANZ, Philips

    Trish Hubbard has over 25 years of clinical experience in both private practice and public hospitals, both in clinical and management settings. She has 15 years as CT Planning Department / Deputy Chief Radiographer of a Radiation Oncology group of public hospitals, including 3 years within PET/CT. Trish joined Philips over two years ago as a Clinical Applications Specialist − CT for Australia and New Zealand.


  • 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