Head and Neck Imaging 2022: Annual Meeting of BSHNI and RSM

This conference seeks to promote the practice of head and neck imaging through education, research and networking of national and international colleagues interested in head and neck imaging.

Join one of the largest meetings at the Royal Society of Medicine attended by delegates interested in head and neck imaging from both the UK and around the world.

Our inter-disciplinary lectures from both radiologists and clinicianspromote a shared understanding of current and emerging diagnostic techniques in the broader context of clinical decision-making, evidenced by the attendance of radiologists, ENT and maxillofacial surgeons, radiographers, nurses and medical students.

During this event, delegates will be able to:

  • Be cognizant of the role, value and limitations of imaging and cytology in the detection, staging and treatment of H&N cancers, with a special focus on thyroid cancer and H&N carcinoma of unknown primary
  • Learn and consolidate interpretation of skull-base and temporal-bone imaging in the context of existing and novel treatment options for both posterior-fossa tumours and hearing loss
  • Understand the role of MRI for diagnosing and treatment planning in head and neck neuropathies, including the trigeminal nerve and brachial plexus

BSHNI meeting is renowned for its friendliness and for imparting up-to-date knowledge that colleagues can put into practice. A unique character of the meeting is the imaging and clinical integrationincludingmulti-disciplinary discussions at the end of each session.

A CPD certificate with 6 CPD credits for each day will be issued to those attending this event.

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Event Properties

Event Date 30-06-2022 8:45 am
Event End Date 01-07-2022 4:20 pm
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