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COVID-19 imaging: Part 3
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 Export to Your Calendar 05/06/2020
When: Friday, June 5, 2020
1:30 PM
Where: United Kingdom

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FREE virtual event – Friday 5 June 13:30-16:45 BST

 

Registration

Registration closes on Friday 5 June 2020 at 13:15 hrs. If you are unable to register or attend the live event, the recording will be available on the BIR website on Monday 8 June (pm).

 

Joining the meeting

The meeting room will open on Friday 5 June from 11am.

If you registered on the day you will be able to join the meeting from 12:30 hrs onwards

 

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These are unprecedented times and COVID-19 has impacted all of us in one way or another. This event will look at the impact it has had and continues to have on imaging. 

 

In this third instalment, we will be taking you into the eye of the COVID storm and exploring lessons learnt, both from a radiologist’s and a radiographer’s perspective. 
We will present the CT appearances of severe respiratory failure in COVID and look into how the virus has impacted on oncology outcomes and pathways.

Having looked back, we take a look forward to how we might adapt pathways and training in what could be an uncertain future.

 

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