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2020 Technologist Courses

Course Description:

This broad-spectrum training course, delivered by a highly experienced team, will provide technologists and radiographers with a complete understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of the acquisition of cardiac CT. This training will be delivered to candidates through a series of lectures and small group learning. The overall outcome is to provide candidates with the knowledge base and practical skills to competently perform cardiac CT in their own workplace.

Topics covered include understanding cardiac anatomy and ECG, recorded scanning seminars, CT pitfalls and perils and post-processing and reporting.  


Learning Objectives:

  • Objective 1: To learn and understand the key components of cardiovascular CT acquisition
  • Objective 2: To understand how to adapt the imaging parameters to optimize cardiovascular CT acquisition
  • Objective 3: To understand the role of cardiovascular CT in the investigation of chest pain and other cardiovascular disease and how it is used in conjunction with other imaging modalities


Same outstanding education, in a location convenient to you.

Wednesday, September 9
Miami, FLRegister for Miami course
Friday, September 11Washington, DCRegister for D.C. course
Saturday, September 12
New York, NY
Register for New York course 


Registration fee: $150


Registration cancellation policy

The registration fees for all workshops and academies are non-refundable or transferable.

Cancellation of conference registration does not constitute a cancellation of your hotel room. Please be sure to handle both separately.