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Image Interpretation - Adult Skeleton (X-ray): Foot - Session 3

Image Interpretation - Adult Skeleton (X-ray): Foot - Session 3

Image Interpretation - Adult Skeleton (X-ray): Foot - Session 3

Kevin Harvell and Kathy Dewar
Kevin Harvell and Kathy Dewar
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 23 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 08 Aug 2018

Reference: 191165

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A self-evaluation quiz based on Image Interpretation - Adult Skeleton (X-ray): Foot - Sessions 1 and 2.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
Assess your understanding of anatomy, clinical presentations, mechanisms of injury, radiographic technique, fractures, dislocations, pathology and normal variants
Kevin Harvell and Kathy Dewar

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Kevin Harvell and Kathy Dewar
on behalf of Health Education England

Kevin Harvell -
Author

Kevin Harvell qualified as a radiographer in 1989. For the last ten years he has been the Superintendent Radiographer working in the Emergency Department at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust, London.

He gained his first image interpretation qualifications in 2000 and since then has set up, developed and led the plain imaging radiographer reporting service.

Kathy Dewar -
Author

Kathy qualified as a reporting radiographer in August 2000. She worked for a year reporting on emergency appendicular skeletal images at a London teaching hospital. On completing a radiographic exchange program in Melbourne Australia, she then took an appointment as a lecturer practitioner, with London South Bank University and Guy’s & St.Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. She has been in post for five years, and currently facilitates image interpretation workshops for student radiographers, leads an image interpretation module for allied health professions and has assisted with the assessment process for the post graduate radiographic reporting course. Kathy really enjoys her job, and is enthused by the prospective of sharing her knowledge and expertise.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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