We are an internationally recognised CMR training facility based in South Australia.
We have been conducting annual SCMR accredited Level I & II CMR teaching courses and workshops since 2009 in Australia, North Asia and South East Asia.
The Level 2 Cardiac MRI teaching course and workshop is directed at Cardiologists, Radiologists and Nuclear Medicine Physicians, who wish to achieve Level 2 SCMR accreditation. The content has been specifically designed to satisfy 50% of the Level 2 requirements, including 25 live CMR cases and an additional 50 CMR cases manipulated on workstations with supervision by teaching faculty.
The course covers a wide variety of clinical material ranging from myocardial viability, perfusion, cardiomyopathy imaging, as well as valvular heart disease, pericardial disease and congenital heart disease. The course is clinically relevant and makes comparison with other imaging modalities including coronary angiography and echocardiography.
We have been conducting Level 2 CMR teaching workshops since 2011. The five-day workshop is held in Adelaide, South Australia, once a year usually in the month of May.
|May 2011||1st Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2012||2nd Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2013||3rd Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|Oct 2013||4th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2014||5th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2015||6th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2016||7th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2017||8th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2018||9th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|May 2019||10th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
|Feb 2021||11th Level 2 Cardiac MRI Teaching Workshop|
This 2-day Level 1 Cardiac MRI Teaching Course is designed to enhance clinical practice skills by providing intense training in interpreting cardiac MRI examinations under the supervision of teaching faculty. Lectures will cover basic MRI physics, MRI safety as well as CMR scanning protocols for common cardiac conditions. Mentored review sessions allow course attendees to manipulate approximately 50 teaching cases on notebook workstations and highlight imaging guidance on management, covering aspects of viability, perfusion, cardiomyopathy, as well as valvular heart disease and congenital heart disease.
Attendees will be awarded a Certificate of Proficiency that includes the mentored number of cases reviewed, for use in credentialing which can contribute to the case requirements of clinical competence in CMR specified by the ACFC/AHA/SCMR. Together with evidence of 1 month clinical exposure of CMR, attendees can submit application to SCMR for Level 1 accreditation.
|March 2015||Hong Kong (in collaboration with the Hong Kong College of Cardiology and Hong Kong College of Radiologists)|
|August 2015||Singapore (in collaboration with the National University Hospital and National Heart Centre Singapore)|