Spring 2021 – Hosted by Highland

Meeting Date

Friday 14 May, 2021

Location

Following the success of our Autumn 2020 meeting, we will again be running this meeting virtually.

This will be run via Hopin – we are finalising details for the programme and registration, but you will be able to log in and register for the event at this link below soon. If you attended the Autumn 2020 you will be able to use the same account you set up before. If you set up a new account, return to this page and follow the link again to join the SRS event.

Registration will open soon

Programme

The programme will follow a general radiology theme. Our provisional speakers and topics are included here, but subject to alteration.

The Allan Reid lecture will be presented by Dr Paul Burns speaking on the development and delivery of stroke thrombectomy in Northern Ireland. This will be complimented by a talk from Dr Avinash Kanodia and Prof Iris Grunwald on their experiences of stroke management in Tayside.

We will also welcome the RCR 2021 Roentgen Professor, Dr Joe Jacob from UCL on the challenges of deploying AI tools in radiology during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The immediate past president of the SRS Prof John Murchison will speak on HRCT evaluation of interstitial lung disease. We will hear updates on the ScotCap: the colon capsule endoscopy service from Prof Angus Watson (NHS Highland). Dr Ian Zealley will share the radiologist’s views on common medicolegal issues.

We will also feature the return of trainee presentations, with recent recipients of the Paul Allan ECR Bursary presenting work which they have taken from Scotland to Vienna.

Attendance at this meeting will be equivalent to 4 CPD points in the self-declared Royal College of Radiologists’ CPD scheme.

Sponsors

Our virtual meetings have continued to be supported by our industry sponsors, so far including:

  • Agfa
  • Caresteam
  • Mermaid Medical

Organisers

Dr David Eason (NHS Highland) is the organiser of this meeting. He is supported on site and virtually by Dr Nicola Spence and Dr Struan Wilkie.