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PORTFOLIO - The BIR/DMC Radiology Reporting "Hands-On" training series: HRCT in diffuse lung diseas
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This event will provide delegates with “Hands-On” experience of reviewing cases with experts in the field, where you can build evidenced learning on HRCT and rise ahead of your colleagues

 Export to Your Calendar 25/09/2019
When: Wednesday, September 25, 2019
8:30 AM
Where: London
United Kingdom
Contact: Helen Omoregbee
020 3668 2220

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Due to popular demand and previous successes, this event is back again in London for 2019!

Welcome to The BIR HRCT portfolio where you can build evidenced learning on HRCT and rise ahead of your colleagues! The registration fees for this event includes all components required to complete the portfolio. To find out more, visit our website or email us at conference@bir.org.uk

As part of the portfolio, you are required to attend The BIR/DMC Radiology Reporting "Hands-On" training series: HRCT in diffuse lung diseases. This event will provide delegates with “Hands-On” experience of reviewing cases with experts in the field.

 

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