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Image Interpretation of the Paediatric Skeleton: Pelvis and Hip - Session 2

Image Interpretation of the Paediatric Skeleton: Pelvis and Hip - Session 2

Image Interpretation of the Paediatric Skeleton: Pelvis and Hip - Session 2

Joanne Hargreaves
Joanne Hargreaves
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 24 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 08 Aug 2018

Reference: 191223

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A self-assessment exercise based on Image Interpretation of the Paediatric Skeleton: Pelvis and Hip - Session 1.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
Assess your understanding of anatomy, bone development, fractures, dislocations and normal variants in relation to the pelvis and hip
Joanne Hargreaves

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Joanne Hargreaves
on behalf of Health Education England

Joanne Hargreaves is the X-ray imaging manager within the radiology department on the island of Jersey. Alongside this role she is a specialist radiographer for plain film reporting.

She was one of the volunteers for a pilot study researching the possible extended role into reporting back in 1992 and has been independently reporting since 1995. She gained her Masters degree in Clinical Radiographic Reporting from the University of Salford in 1999, where her research thesis assessed the impact of training on the accuracy of use of the red dot system.

Whilst in Jersey her scope of practice has expanded from trauma plain films to include GP skeletal referrals and fracture clinic follow-ups. She has a regular teaching slot on the hospital’s Foundation 1/2 training programme and has presented at several advanced practice conferences during her reporting career.

Joanne describes herself as a devoted ‘bread and butter’ radiographer who loves her job and is keen to share her knowledge and enthusiasm for all things bony!

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

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