Radiology – Learn Online from RCR & HEE

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Radiology – Learn Online & Get Certification by The Royal College of Radiologists & HEE

The Radiology – Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI) is a high-quality e-learning resource for radiologists around the globe.

You can choose from more 750 interactive sessions that cover all aspects of radiology. The programme offers ideal preparation for FRCR* and equivalent examinations. It is also suitable for fully qualified clinicians looking to reinforce or strengthen core knowledge.

Test your diagnostic skills with interactive exercises

This highly engaging content includes many interactive features, such as practical exercises and self-assessment questions, to reinforce your learning and understanding. Using interactive case studies, you can analyse written reports and enhance your skills in interpreting clinical information. You can also view numerous high-quality images (including X-rays), ultrasound video clips and 3D diagrams, which creates greater spatial awareness and realism than textbook learning.

There is also a separate pathway dedicated to clinical oncology (details in the course content section).

Suitable for healthcare professionals globally

This radiology course is available online so you can study at your own pace, in your own time. R-ITI has set a gold standard for e-learning in healthcare in the UK and it is now available to healthcare professional globally.

The programme has been developed in the UK by The Royal College of Radiologists and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.

R-ITI features 15 modules that are divided up into smaller e-learning sessions. Each session typically takes around 30 to 40 minutes to complete.

Learning Objectives

By the Royal College of Radiologists and Health Education England
750+ interactive sessions
Ideal preparation for FRCR Exam
Online Certification Course

Target Audience

  • Radiologists and Oncologists

Curriculum

Module 1a – Cardiac

1. Basic Science and Normal Anatomy 2. Clinical Topics

Module 1b – Thoracic-respiratory

1. Thoracic Anatomy and Basic Signs in Thoracic Imaging 2. Interstitial and Occupational Lung Diseases 3. Large and Small Airway Diseases 4. Pulmonary Nodules and Cavities 5. Thoracic Neoplasms 6. Trauma, Intensive Care and Related Topics 7. Thoracic Infection 8. Pulmonary Vascular Disease 9. Pleura, Chest Wall and Diaphragm

Module 1c – Vascular and Interventional

1. Preparation for the Interventional Radiology (IR) Suite 2. Imaging Principles for Interventional Radiology 3. Peripheral Vascular Disease 4. Interventions for Visceral Arteries and Aneurysms 5. Intervention for Bleeding 6. Venous Interventions 7. Genito-urinary Intervention 8. Interventions in the Gastro-intestinal (GI) Tract 9. Hepato-biliary Intervention 10. Tumour Ablation

Module 2 – Musculoskeletal and Trauma

1. Basic Science 2. Anatomy and Variants 3. Congenital 4. Metabolic 5. Arthritis 6. Infection 7. Tumour 8. Intervention 9. Joint Replacement 10. Trauma 10.1. Pelvis and Limbs 10.2. Sports Injury 10.3. Trauma – Spine 11. Regional Classification 11.1. Ankle and Foot 11.2. Elbow 11.3. Extremity 11.4. Knee 11.5. Pelvis and Hip 11.6. Shoulder 11.7. Spine 11.8. Thorax 11.9. Wrist and Hand 12. Spine

Module 3 – Gastro-intestinal

1. Basic Sciences/Techniques 2. Upper GI Disease 3. Small Bowel Disease 4. Colonic Disease 5. Pancreatic Disease 6. Liver Disease 7. Gall Bladder and Biliary Tract Disease 8. Splenic Disease 9. Common Clinical Problems 10. Abdominal Cavity/Omentum and Abdominal Wall

Module 4a – Breast

Various breast radiology sessions. See full details: https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/curriculum_guide_v1.1.pdf

Module 4b – Gynaecology-obstetrics

1. Gynaecological Anatomy 2. Techniques 3. Vagina and Uterus 4. Fertility and Pregnancy 5. Common Clinical Problems 6. Ovary and Adnexa 7. Gynaecological Cancer

Module 4c – Genito-urinary and Adrenal

1. Anatomy of the Urinary Tract and Adrenals 2. Investigations of the Urinary Tract 3. Clinically-orientated Imaging Strategies in Uroradiology 4. Ultrasound of the Urinary Tract 5. Cancers of the Urinary Tract 5.1. Adrenal Cancer 5.2. Bladder Cancer 5.3. General 5.4. Prostate Cancer 5.5. Renal Cancer 5.6. Testicular Cancer 6. Renal Masses 7. Renal Obstruction 8. Adrenal Disease 9. Diseases of the Bladder 10. Diseases of the Prostate 11. Diseases of the Scrotum 12. Infections of the Urinary Tract 13. Trauma of the Urinary Tract 14. Renal Cysts 15. Interventions of the Urinary Tract 16. Renal Transplants 17. General Issues in Uroradiology

Module 5 – Paediatrics

1. General Topics 2. Cardiology 3. Respiratory 4. Gastro-intestinal 5. Genito-urinary 6. Oncology 7. Neuroradiology 8. Musculoskeletal

Module 6a – Head and Neck

1. Techniques 2. Anatomy 3. Trauma 4. Neoplasm 5. Anatomical Subsites

Module 6b – Neuroradiology

1. Brain 1.1. By Symptom 1.2. Demyelination and Neurodegenerative 1.3. Imaging Techniques and Work Practices 1.4. Infection and Inflammation 1.5. Neuroanatomy and Congenital Abnormalities 1.6. Primary and Secondary Neoplasms 1.7. Stroke 1.8. Subarachnoid Haemorrhage and Vascular 1.9. Trauma of the Brain 2. Spine 2.1. Infection and Inflammation of the Spine 2.2. Neoplasms 2.3. Spinal Trauma 2.4. Techniques, Anatomy and Degenerative Changes 2.5. Vascular

Module 7 – Radionuclide Radiology

1. Overview of Technical Aspects of Nuclear Medicine 2. Overview of Safety in Nuclear Medicine 3. Bone 4. Cardiac 5. Endocrine 6. Gastro-intestinal 7. Infection Imaging 8. Chest 9. Neuro 10. Oncology 11. Renal

Module 8a – Physics

1. Basic Physics 2. Biological Effects of Radiation 3. Principles of Radiation Protection and Legislation 4. Radiation Protection in Practice 5. Dosimetry in Practice 6. X-ray Production 7. Screen Film Radiography 8. Mammography 9. Digital Radiography 10. Fluoroscopy 11. Digital Subtraction Angiography 12. Computed Tomography 13. Radionuclide Imaging 14. Ultrasound 15. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Module 8b – Science

Various science sessions. See course curriculum for full details.

Module 8c – Professional Skills

1. Communication 2. Patient Safety and Clinical Risk Management 3. Legal and Ethical Behaviour 4. Teaching and Promoting Learning 5. Research

Clinical Oncology pathway

This standalone pathway features around 100 dedicated oncology sessions from the R-ITI programme. This pathway is suitable for all healthcare professionals working in oncology It is included in the full R-ITI programme or available to purchase as a separate individual module.

Module 1b – Thoracic and Respiratory

1. Airway Anatomy 2. CT Anatomy: Lobes, Segments and Airways 3. CT Anatomy: Pulmonary Lobule and Fissures 4. Staging of Lung Cancer 5. Imaging of Lung Cancer 6. Thoracic Lymphoma 7. Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism 8. Guidelines for the Management of Suspected Acute Pulmonary Embolism 9. Malignant Mesothelioma 10. Anterior Mediastinal Masses 11. Mediastinal Masses: Middle and Posterior Mediastinum 12. Causes of Mediastinal Nodal Disease 13. Superior Vena Cava Obstruction: CT Imaging Findings of Pathology and Anatomy

Module 1c – Vascular and Interventional

1. Superior Vena Cava Obstruction: Imaging and Treatment 2. Venous Interventions in the Liver: TIPS and Budd-Chiari Syndrome

Module 2 – Musculoskeletal and Trauma

1. Lower Back Pain Imaging Approach 2. Radiculopathy 3. Benign and Malignant Lesions of the Ribs 4. Sacral Lesions 5. The Sclerotic Clavicle 6. Approach to a Bone Lesion 7. Bone Lesions of the Epiphysis 8. Bone Lesions of the Diaphysis 9. Mass Posterior Knee 10. Spinal Tumours 11. Surface Lesion of Bone

Module 3 – Gastro-intestinal

1. Oesophagus: Tumours of the Oesophagus 2. Oesophagus: Staging of Tumours 3. Tumours of the Oesophagus: Treatments 4. Neoplastic Conditions of the Stomach and Duodenum 5. Malignant Tumours of the Small Bowel 6. Small Bowel: G-I Stromal Tumours (Hollow Organ and Mesentery) 7. Carcinoma of the Colon 8. Staging Colorectal Cancer 9. Colorectal Cancer: Follow-Up and Treatment, Management of Recurrence 10. Imaging of the Solid Viscera 11. Pharynx: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques 12. Gallbladder and Biliary Tract: Staging of Cholangiocarcinoma 13. Gallbladder and Biliary Tract: Staging of Cholangiocarcinoma 14. Normal Liver Anatomy and Examination Techniques 15. Liver: Malignant Tumours of the Liver – Hepatoma 16. Malignant Tumours of the Liver: Others 17. Pancreas: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques, Anomalies and Anatomic Variants 18. Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma 19. Other Pancreatic Neoplasms 20. Staging of Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma 21. Staging Stomach Cancer

Module 4a – Breast

1. Introduction to Breast Imaging 2. Breast Calcification 3. Staging of Breast Cancer and Metastatic Disease

Module 4b – Gynaecology-Obstretrics

1. Staging Cervical and Endometrial Cancer 2. Ovarian Cancer: Imaging at Diagnosis 3. Gynaecological Cancer: Imaging in Follow-Up 4. Complications of Treatment

Module 4c – Genito-urinary and Adrenal

1. Anatomy of the Kidney 2. Anatomy of the Ureter 3. Anatomy of the Bladder 4. Anatomy of the Prostate 5. CT of the Urinary Tract 6. MRI of the Urinary Tract 7. TRUS Guided Biopsy of the Prostate Gland 8. Benign Renal Tumours 9. Renal Cell Cancer I 10. Renal Cell Cancer 2 11. Bladder Cancer 12. Clinical Aspects, Epidemiology and Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer 13. Staging Prostate Cancer 14. Malignant Testicular Tumours 15. Cancer of the Penis 16. Imaging of Indeterminate Renal Mass 17. Imaging of an Incidental Adrenal Mass

Module 5 – Paediatrics

1. Hilar Enlargement 2. Neuroblastoma 3. Renal Tumours 4. Infratentorial Tumours 5. Supratentorial Tumours 6. The Child Who Has Gone Off Their Legs 7. Intraspinal Tumours

Module 6a – Head and Neck

1. Skull Base Including the Temporal Bone 2. Imaging Anatomy of the Suprahyoid Neck 3. Salivary Glands 4. Imaging Neck Masses in Adults

Module 6b – Neuroradiology

1. Neurovascular Anatomy 2. Functional Neuroanatomy 3. Primary Tumours: Gliomas, Astros and Oligos 4. Choroid Plexus, Glioneuronal and Pineal Region Tumours 5. Medulloblastoma 6. Primary Tumours: Pituitary and Hypothalamus 7. Characteristic Appearances and Differential Diagnosis of Meningiomas 8. Vestibular Schwannomas 9. Intracranial Metastases: Imaging and Differential Diagnosis 10. Central Nervous System Lymphoma 11. Radiation Injury 12. Primary Tumours of the Spinal Cord 13. Spinal Extramedullary Tumours 14. Spine Secondaries 15. CT Spinal Imaging 16. Petrous Temporal Bone: Infection, Cholesteatoma and Glomus Tumour 17. Facial Sinuses 18. Emergency CT Brain Interpretation 19. Spinal Imaging 20. Plain Skull Radiograph

Module 7 – Radionuclide Radiology

1. Bone: Basic Concepts and Normal Bone 2. Primary Tumour and Metastasis 3. The Role of Nuclear Medicine in the Management of Thyroid Cancer 4. Static Renal Imaging: DMSA 5. Monitoring the Effects of Cancer Therapy 6. Colorectal Cancer 18 FDG PET/CT 7. Gastro-oesophageal Cancer 18 FDG PET/CT 8. Lung Cancer FDG PET 9. Lymphoma 18 FDG PET Study 10. Neuroendocrine Imaging with mIBG Somatostatin Receptor Scintigraphy (SRS) 11. Malignant Melanoma 99m Tc: Sentinel Node 12. Breast Cancer Sentinel Node

Module 8a – Physics

1. Radionuclide Imaging Overview 2. Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

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