MRI in Practice Seminar
Welcome to MRI in Practice Seminar
The course is primarily aimed at physicians, radiologists, neurologists, and technologists. The course features the same lecture-format as is presented in all other host countries and is therefore applicable to a multidisciplinary audience.
This course is based on the book, MRI in Practice, and will help you to grasp all of these important topics with ease. The book, “MRI in Practice”, was first published in 1993. Now in its 5th edition, it is considered an essential text for many MRI courses including the registry exam in the US and for postgraduate MRI programmes in the UK. The amazing success of this book, which is the World’s best-seller in its genre, mainly lies in its clarity and logicality. It clearly provides clinical MRI practitioners with relevant information at the right level. With this philosophy in mind, MRI in Practice is now the basis for one of the World's most popular MRI Courses.
The course is a full 4-day event, presented by MRI in Practice authors Dr. Catherine Westbrook and Dr. John Talbot. Since its first publication in 1992 our book has been the recommended reading for anyone taking boards exams. This course is based on the book and will help you to grasp all important MRI topics with ease. The new 5th edition has been completely redesigned to follow the course topics and combined with the high definition CGI graphics used in the course it will provide you with the best possible grounding for your registry examinations.
Dr. Westbrook and Dr. Talbot are both qualified educators holding MSc degrees in MRI and are both Doctors of (medical) education. As such, they are ideally placed to offer the best educational experience in magnetic resonance imaging.
The course typically attracts around 50-100 delegates, and usually sells out quite quickly, so early application is recommended. There is a discount delegate rate for early booking.
The registration fee includes all four days of teaching, plus a signed copy of the new 5th edition of MRI in Practice.
The fee does not include accommodation or lunches, however, there are many conveniently-located hotels and restaurants nearby.
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