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Image Interpretation - GI and GU: Introduction to Urinary Tract Imaging

Image Interpretation - GI and GU: Introduction to Urinary Tract Imaging

Image Interpretation - GI and GU: Introduction to Urinary Tract Imaging

Julie Nightingale
Julie Nightingale
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 27 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 30 Jul 2018

Reference: 191418

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This session will briefly discuss the anatomy and physiology of the genito-urinary (GU) system, identify common signs and symptoms of disease and provide a brief overview of imaging techniques used to evaluate pathology.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe relevant anatomy and physiology of the GU system
• Identify common signs and symptoms of disease associated with the GU system
• Compare and contrast the imaging options available for the evaluation of pathology of the GU system
Julie Nightingale

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Julie Nightingale
on behalf of Health Education England

Julie qualified as a diagnostic radiographer in 1987 and worked as a general radiographer and clinical tutor before joining the University of Salford in 1993. She is currently the Director of Radiography and Occupational Therapy within the School of Health Sciences, and has a specialist interest in teaching advanced practice skills, anatomy and physiology and patho-physiology. Her main area of expertise is in developing, delivering and evaluating evidence-based courses to further advance radiographer practice, including radiographer reporting and radiographer-managed gastro-intestinal imaging.

Julie completed a PhD by published work in 2010 and has co-edited three advanced practice text books. Research interests and publications centre upon patient experience in radiology, practitioner behaviours and evaluating the risks and benefits of advanced radiography and consultant practice.

Julie is the conference organiser for the Heads of Radiography Education forum, and is academic representative of the GI Radiographers Special Interest Group. She has organised five UK conferences in conjunction with the College of Radiographers, and has recently represented the profession on three multi-professional committees related to radiographer reporting, CT Colonography and Bowel Cancer Screening.

Julie has recently been appointed to a 5 year term of office as Editor-in Chief of the Radiography international journal of diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy.

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

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