Post Academic education
The department contributes to the post academic education of physicians in the field of radiology and related subjects, among others by organizing courses.
- Radiation protection (see www.Boerhaavenet.nl )
- Annually post graduate sources are organized for general practitioners in Boerhaave-accociation.
Post HBO education
The department contributes to the post HBO education of qualified radiological technicians in the field of radiology and related subjects, among others by organizing courses.
Coordination: Mrs. T. Rijskamp (tel.: 071 - 5264290). For more information contact PB@Lumc.nl.
Workshops and courses
2-day workshop: Computed Tomography PhysicsNovember 9-10, 2017
This 2-day course aims to provide knowledge of CT physics with handsonassignments on CT. The course provides for the participants understanding of acquisition, reconstruction, automatic exposure control, dosimetry, radiationexposure and image quality. Dosimetry of wide cone beam CT scanners, and new developments in image quality assessment like model observers will be covered. An experienced faculty will guide you from theory to phantom scanning. We are looking forward to meeting you in Leiden, and welcoming you at our radiology department. On behalf of the faculty, Koos Geleijns,Wouter Veldkamp (medical physicists). See for more information this leaflet.
Neurological Imaging with Dynamic Volume CT: Brain Perfusion and 4D CTA
21-22 March, 2019
It is our pleasure to invite you to our unique workshop on Neurological Imaging with Dynamic Volume CT. This 2-day workshop aims to provide a working knowledge of current 320-row dynamic volume MDCT (Aquilion ONE ViSION Edition) for neurological imaging, covering evaluation of both brain perfusion and dynamic CTA, as well as cerebrovascular anatomy and pathology. An experienced faculty will guide you from scan procedures to the implementation of comprehensive image protocols for diagnosis and management of neurological conditions. In addition, the highly interactive program allows hands-on interpretation and discussion of clinical case studies. Afterwards, participants will know how to apply dynamic volume CT for optimal brain imaging. For more information, see our leaflet (later).
Please register through our online form.
The European Congress of Radiology continues its "free education" campaign with another much valued e-learning instrument: EDIPS Download, which facilitates downloading PowerPoint files presented at the ECR Meeting, for free. More than 2000 presentations are now available (edips-download.myesr.org/).