Trainees gain hands-on experience

Pictured with an ultrasound system is Philips Healthcare ultrasound applications specialist Emily Berry with, on the right, consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology at The Rosie Hospital Cambridge Jerry Brockelsby and consultant obstetrician and course director Martin Cameron. Course delegates are on the left.


Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s five-day basic obstetric ultrasound practical course was organised by its post-graduate medical education department Norfolk and Norwich Institute for Medical Education (NANIME).  It was held at the Norwich Radiology Academy and supported by Philips with the loan of equipment and applications backup.


NANIME organised the course at the request of consultant obstetricians Richard Smith and Martin Cameron, who were course directors.


See the full report on page 23 of the September 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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