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National Imaging Academy Wales

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Short Course Lung US Sessions

Ultrasound Lung Training Sessions

NOTE: These are one-to-one hands-on training sessions based at the Academy 

The National Imaging Academy of Wales is pleased to present a teaching package to support the evaluation of COVID-19 utilising Ultrasound (US) imaging.

Chest X-Ray Interpretation

Chest X-Ray Interpretation

The National Imaging Academy Wales is pleased to present this shared learning resource, a series of learning activities that will share up-to-date learning opportunities through on-line presentations, useful links and case studies.

The presentations will be of interest to all clinicians currently providing care to patients, sometimes beyond their everyday practice at these challenging times.  This includes nurses, doctors, therapists, radiographers and many more so, please feel free to share t

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Patient

The Academy is a training and referral facility and does not accept walk-in patients. No appointments can be made through the Academy, however some patients maybe directed to the Academy through their GP or local hospital.
People listening to lecture in seminar room

Events & Courses

The Academy will play host to various events and training courses during the year and information will be regularly updated here.
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Training

The Wales Clinical Radiologist Training Programme is accredited by the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) and delivers a five-year structured training programme, leading to a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) award. Structured training for Fellowship to the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) is provided as part of the programme.
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Academy

Established with £3.4m of funding from the Welsh Government, the Academy is Wales’ flagship purpose-designed state of the art facility which will meet the increasing need to train more consultant radiologists across the UK. Radiology Academies are well-established in other parts of the UK, and widely viewed as a successful model for radiology training nationally, and this Wales’ Academy will deliver the highest level of teaching to meet the increasing pressures imaging professions are facing.