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BSER Webinar Series

We are delighted to announce our BSER webinar series, which will be a series of three webinars in early 2023.

Our first webinar will be on 17th January 2023 7pm via Microsoft Teams by Dr Helen Oliver on emergency gynaecology imaging. 

Our second webinar will be on 15th February 2023 7pm via Microsoft Teams by Dr Tom McDonald on paediatric emergency imaging. 

Our third webinar will be on 22nd March 2023 7pm via Microsoft Teams by Dr Caren Landes on Non-Accidental Injury Imaging. 

Our fourth webinar will be on 26th March 2023 7pm via Microsoft Teams by Dr John Curtis on thoracic emergency imaging. 

Please register here as there is a limit on number of attendees. 

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Dr John Curtis

Dr John Curtis

Dr John Curtis is a recently retired Consultant Radiologist at University Hospital Aintree, a post he held between 1997-2022. His interests are Chest Radiology, Emergency Radiology and Medical Education. He founded the Aintree FRCR 2B Course in 2002 and was Head of School, Mersey Deanery 2008-17 and a Past President of the British Society of Emergency Radiology. In addition to traditional face-to-face teaching, he is particularly interested in radiology video production, online teaching and is always open to adopting teaching formats that trainees find the most useful – feedback and action is absolutely essential to good education. He has twice won the JRF Trainer of the Year award in 2014 and 2021 and the Royal College of Radiologists Gold Medal in 2017. In his spare time he plays golf, walks the dog and loves to watch Liverpool FC at Anfield.

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Dr Caren Landes

"I have been a Consultant Paediatric Radiologist at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust since 2006.  


My expertise within paediatric radiology covers the full range of paediatric imaging including plain x-ray, ultrasound, fluoroscopy and cross sectional imaging (CT and MRI), but I have a special interest in musculoskeletal radiology and trauma, including imaging in suspected inflicted injury. 

I was the President for the British Society of Emergency Radiology and the Radiology Trauma Lead at Alder Hey and I was involved in the production of the RCR Guidelines for Imaging in Paediatric Major Trauma.  

I also lead the Orthopaedic, Rheumatology and Trauma MDT Meetings at Alder Hey.  

As a result of my expertise I receive regional and national referrals for review of musculoskeletal imaging from Radiologists and Clinicians with an emphasis on imaging in cases of suspected inflicted injury. "

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Dr Care Landes

Dr Helen Oliver

"I graduated from Southampton in 2007, and started my radiology training at the Norwich Radiology Academy in 2009. I worked LTFT after having my children, and completed my training in 2019 after transferring to the Severn Deanery in 2015.

I have worked as a Consultant Radiologist at the RUH since September 2019, with subspecialty interest in Gynaecological, Emergency and Critical Care imaging.

I am currently also lead for undergraduate radiology teaching at Bath."

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Dr Helen Oliver

Dr Tom McDonald

Dr McDonald graduated from University of Newcastle 2008.

After several years working in Australia, he started radiology training in 2017. He has completed a 6 month placement at Alder Hey and has just recently started his job as a consultant paediatric radiologist in the north east, at the Great North Children's Hospital. 

Dr Tom McDonald
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