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Utilising MSK Imaging for your Patient

January 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Edward Proctor BScHons(R) PGCert MinstLM

Co-Director of Imaging Innovated Ltd.

Edward PEdward Proctorroctor, Musculoskeletal MRI and CT Radiographer and Co-Director has been a practicing Radiographer since 1997 and currently delivers on the Post Graduate courses of study as a Clinical Facilitator and Lecturer at the University West of England Bristol and the University of Hertfordshire. He currently practices all over the UK as part of a private group of imaging providers. He founded Imaging Innovated with Liz Beckmann in 2013

Imaging Innovated Ltd provide the very best educational events on the application of medical imaging as part of patient management. Accessible education, training and support programmes assist in the growth of practices and triage groups nationwide by ensuring appropriate medical imaging is utilised at the optimum time in the patients care pathway and help improve communications between clinical teams.

Why should osteopaths attend?

This will be a bespoke training session specially developed for Osteopaths in Bedfordshire. This short evening will give you a whistle stop imaging refresher. Benefit from learning from an expert in MRI, understand when to refer for an MRI and the most helpful clinical information to provide, improve your skills for reading and understanding MRI, be confident in explaining MRI results to patients.

Osteopathic practice standards B – Knowledge, skills and performance.

Meeting details

Date: Wednesday 17th January 2018

When: 7:00pm for a 7:15pm start, finishing approximately 9:00pm

Where: Beadlow Manor Hotel and Golf Club, Ampthill Road, Beadlow, Beds., SG17 5PH.

Cost:£22, to include complimentary tea or coffee.

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January 17, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Osteopaths in Bedforshire


Beadlow Manor Hotel and Golf Club
Ampthill Road, Bedlow, Beds SG17 5PH United Kingdom
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