Good response to Hasting’s study day

Pictured (from left) are Toshiba Medical Systems CT applications specialist UK Craig Hagenmaier, deputy superintendent radiographer CT/MRI Steve Page, Toshiba CT product manager Europe Henk de Vries, consultant radiologist Dr Neil Crundwell, superintendent radiographer CT/MRI Chris Brandt, Eastbourne General Hospital consultant cardiologist Dr Guy Lloyd, consultant radiologist Dr John Giles and consultant cardiologist Dr Eric McWilliams. 


Together with Hasting’s Conquest Hospital, Toshiba Medical Systems ran a study day at the hospital’s education centre on ‘Starting a cardiac CT service’ that attracted 64 attendees from across the UK.


The Conquest was the first UK site to have a 64 detector scanner installed and staff have been using the Aquilion system since 2005.   The hospital was also one of the first to set up and run a formal cardiac CT service.  


In addition to hosting the day, the hospital provided speakers from radiology and cardiology.   The programme attracted five RCR CPD credits. 


Karen Acton, lead CT superintendent radiographer for East Surrey Hospital Trust, said later: “This was a well thought out programme that will be very useful in implementing a cardiac scanning service.”


See this report on page 31 of the March 2010 issue of RAD Magazine.

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