Radiology for Surgeons

Category: Training - School of Surgery

Date: November 21st 2013

Location: St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol


For all surgical trainees



This new course has been developed in response to requests from local surgical trainees, who are interested in:

  • Increasing their understanding of the technology used for different radiological imaging modalities
  • Improving their decision making when considering which types of scan to request in different situations
  • Developing their interpretation of radiological images and reports

This one day course aims to meet these learning goals and will include:

  • Typical case scenarios, focussing on the acutely ill patient such as Multiple trauma, Right upper quadrant pain, Right iliac fossa pain, Pancreatic cancer, Obstruction
  • Technical overview for each radiological imaging modality
  • Refreshers on anatomy and radiological appearances
  • Interactive discussions with radiologists and surgeons


Faculty will include:

  • Dr Cenydd Thomas (Consultant Radiologist, Yeovil)
  • Dr Karen Mason (Consultant Radiologist, Gloucester)
  • Dr Chloe Mortensen (Senior Registrar in Radiology)
  • Mr Nader Francis (Consultant Surgeon, Yeovil)
  • Mr Conrad D’Costa (Surgical Registrar, Yeovil)



Booking/Contact information

Additional information and on-line booking available at

Phone: 01935 315052 / 315068