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King's College London – Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance course

Name of Course: King's College London – Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance course

Course director: Dr Amedeo Chiribiri, Senior Lecturer in Cardiovascular Imaging, King’s College London; Honorary Consultant Cardiologist

at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust Foundation.

When: Tuesday 20 - Thursday 22 November 2018

Where: King’s College London - St Thomas' Hospital, London, SE1 7EH

How to register: For more information/registration, please click here

Other information : This established course has been running for 8 years, King’s provides an exceptional faculty of internationally renowned experts in the field of cardiac MRI.

It covers the basic principles of CMR, its clinical indications and role in a multi-modality imaging environment.  Delegates will learn in lectures and hands on sessions, at the end of the course they will have a solid understanding of when to refer a patient for Cardiovascular MRI and how to interpret CMR images and reporting. It is suitable for cardiologists and radiologists. Previous courses have approved by the Royal College of Physicians for 18 CPD points.

What does the course cover?

• CMR planning: key differences to echo

• CMR Methods

• Stable CAD (perfusion, cine, LGE, coronaries and dobutamine)

• Acute CAD

• Cardiomyopathies: DCM, HCM

• Cardiomyopathies: ARVC and degenerative diseases

• Myocarditis and Pericardium

• Post-processing workshop

• Cardiac Masses and Tumours

• CMR for imaging of valvular disease

• CMR imaging of the aorta and peripheral vasculature

• Parametric mapping (T1, T2, T2*, ECV)

• Case reviews

Find out more

Administrator: Jas Bains This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Further details, fees and online application: https://tinyurl.com/kingscmrnov2018

Division of Imaging Sciences & Biomedical Engineering

www.kcl.ac.uk/imaging