Annual Radiology National Quality Improvement Workshop

Annual Radiology National Quality Improvement Workshop

The workshop is organised by The Faculty of Radiologists, RCSI and the Radiology QI Programme Management Team, RCPI.

Date: Thursday, 30 May 2019

Location: The Alex Hotel, Dublin 2

Time: 12:00 – 16:30



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  • Radiology 3 CPD Credits - the Faculty of Radiology, RCSI
  • Diagnostic Radiography – IIRRT Endorsed


What to expect?

Join us at this interactive workshop, take part in discussions, give your feedback, ask questions and hear the latest updates on the status of the Radiology QI Programme.

The workshop will be focused on a revision of the current Key Quality Indicators found in the Programme Guidelines such as Turnaround Time, Peer Review, Radiology Alerts and RQI Meetings.  

Take this opportunity to shape the future of the QI Guidelines and have a positive impact on daily QI activities within your Department.

You will have ample opportunities to share your knowledge and exchange experiences in relation to QI activities. Discussion will be supported by some of 2018 data.

We will welcome guest speakers on the day: Prof Fidelma Flanagan will speak about Open Disclosure in Radiology and Dr Sine Phelan will present on Addendum Reporting and how it has benefited the Histopathology QI Programme.

You will have the chance to meet representatives from Change Healthcare, providers of peerVue, provide feedback and ask questions you may have about their systems.

For more details please check the agenda:

Annual Radiology National Quality Improvement Workshop Agenda

Event Properties

Event Date 30-05-2019 12:00 pm
Event End Date 30-05-2019 4:30 pm

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