Image Interpretation has a new name
eIntegrity’s Image Interpretation programme has been renamed Clinical Imaging to better reflect the project's broadening scope.
As a learner, you will still be able to access all the same high-quality content and sessions – in the same way.
Dorothy Keane, Clinical Lead for the programme, said: “When I became Clinical Lead for the programme in 2008, we could not have envisaged the huge success of this project and the demand for resources covering all modalities. The programme now has nearly 500 sessions covering radiography, ultrasound, CT, MRI, fluoroscopy and nuclear medicine.
“As such, we have outgrown our original scale and intentions. So, this rebranding reflects our broader scope and aims.”
The Clinical Imaging programme is designed for radiographers, ultrasonographers, trainees and all those practitioners with an interest in clinical imaging. You can view images from real medical cases and test your interpretation skills in a virtual clinical setting. The programme is now used in more than 20 countries.
Dorothy added: “We hope this change encourages more people to access our content and benefit from these resources – the result of a huge amount of work by our team of authors, editors, reviewers and technical experts. We will continue to develop new sessions to reflect changes in imaging in the future.”
The e-learning has been developed in the UK by the College of Radiographers and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.
Learn more on our dedicated programme page.