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Education on the Stand 2019

15 April, 2019

Find out what CPD opportunities are available at UKIO and make the most of your time at the event.

The event will take place from the 10-12 June 2019 at the Arena and Conference Centre (ACC) in Liverpool.

You can book your place now to attend one of the short ‘bite-size’ lectures, demonstrations or presentations from companies in the exhibition area.

The sessions offer education and training linked to clinical practice or techniques.

As some of the sessions are CPD Now endorsed, you have the opportunity to pick up valuable new skills, learn fresh procedures and enhance your knowledge and understanding.

A list of the Education on the Stand sessions are outlined below, along with information on how you can book your place and avoid disappointment.

This information will be updated with courses up until the conference begins, so check back regularly to ensure you don’t miss out on any later additions.

If you haven’t done so already, you can still book your place for UKIO by following this link, including registration for free exhibition access as a day delegate.

UKIO is the permanent amalgamation of the UKRC and the former UKRO conferences – making it the largest multidisciplinary imaging and oncology conference in the UK.

Make sure to visit the CoR stand to chat with the officers, and have your picture taken for Synergy News.

Stand 003 

Music Resonance Imaging
MRI in Practice author, Dr John Talbot, explains the underpinning principles of MRI though musical analogies.

Monday 10 July – 11am
Tuesday 11 July – 2pm

To book, please email

MRI Under the Covers
MRI in Practice author, Dr John Talbot, uses computer generated imagery to deconstruct an MRI scanner, revealing the parts that other lectures cannot reach.

Monday 10 July – 2pm
Tuesday 11 July – 11am

Please email to book your place.

Pre-booking is encouraged for both sessions due to their popularity.


Imaging Services Accreditation Scheme
Stand A17, College of Radiographers

‘The imaging standard and the process to accreditation’ presentations by ISAS Officer, Chris Woodgate, and UKAS, explain the standard and how imaging services achieve accreditation.

Monday 10 July – 9am, 10am and 11am, 12pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm

Wednesday - 9am, 10am, 11am and 12pm

To book your place, go to

CPD Now accredited

GE Healthcare
Stand 43

Monday 10 July

Whole Body Imaging in MRI
Michele Gaspar - senior clinical education specialist, GE Healthcare
- 10am

Optimising Imaging Technology for Radiotherapy Planning
Claire Flowers, clinical education specialist, GE Healthcare

Improving Image Quality and Reducing Dose when using a Surgical C-arm
Helen Fowler - clinical education specialist, GE Healthcare
- 3:10pm

Tuesday 11 June 

Computered Tomography in Hibrid Imaging, an overview of CT parameters in Nuclear Medicine and PET
Dan Anderson - clinical education specialist, GE Healthcare
- 10:30am

One Beat Cardiac: Cardiac Acquision with the RevCT
Gary Hawes - Senior Clinical Education Specialist, GE Healthcare
- 1pm

Fat Supression techniques in MRI
Renata Reveco - Online Education Leader, GE Healthcare
- 3:10pm

Wednesday 12 June 

Advantages and Disadvantages of DWI in Small Bowel Imaging
Mouloud Ghazitorbati - Specialist MRI Radiographer, Alliance Medical
- 11am

Fundametals of Acquisition and Dose
Gary Hawes - Senior Clinical Education Specialist, GE Healthcare
- 1pm

Please email Victoria O'Connor or Rick Miles to book your place. 

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