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Imaging the newborn brain, a one day course for professionals in neonatal medicine

7 January 2014

Imaging the Newborn Brain, practice and prognosis. A one day course for professionals in neonatal medicine

Taking place on: Friday, February 14th, 2014

Location: CRICBristol

Organisers :

Dr David Evans, Prof Axel Heep, Dr Karen Luyt, Dr Adam Smith-Collins

Topics include:

  • Principles of Neuroimaging (Ultrasound and MRI)
  • US versus MR imaging ‘what is the right choice?’
  • Neuroimaging the preterm brain and development
  • Hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy
  • Intraventricular haemorrhage and post haemorrhagic ventricular dilatation
  • Neonatal Infections and the role of Neuroimaging
  • Malformations
  • Functional Neuroimaging of the neonatal brain
  • Presentation of actual cases to be discussed
  • Live presentation of neonatal CUS on Toshiba Medical Systems ultrasound

Course fee to include learning materials and buffet lunch: £175

Concessions for Bristol Trust staff.

For a copy of the programme or to make any other enquires please contact the Course Co-ordinator Emma Cavenidish.

To register please complete the regform (Office document, 1,052kB) and send to:

Emma Cavendish

Neonatal Medicine, University of Bristol

Level D,  St Michaels Hospital

BRISTOL, BS2 8EG

e-mail : Emma.Cavendish@bristol.ac.uk

T : 01278 741435    M: 07788 600421

A flyer with further information can be downloaded (PDF, 154kB)

Toshiba Medical Systems kindly supports this program of teaching

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