Trains local doctors in developing nations in radiology to save lives.
In the lastest COVID-19 RABinar by Prof Gottlieb, your questions were answered about virological aspects of the disease and you were given practical suggestions for controlling its spread.
On Wednesday, April 22 from 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM AEST, you will have another chance to ask Prof Gottlieb all those questions that you don’t know but would like to find out the answers to!
If you are not able to attend, the session will be later available on our website, although if you are planning to ask Prof Gottlieb questions, please register as soon as possible as there is a maximum of 500 portals allowed to dial in at once and we do not want you to miss out!
Dr. Gottlieb is head of Infectious Diseases at Concord Hospital, and a clinical senior lecturer at the University of Sydney. He is the current president of the Australian Society for Antimicrobials (ASA) and immediate past president of the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases (ASID). He is on the executive of the Australian Group on Antimicrobial Resistance (AGAR). He represents ASA on the Antimicrobial Resistance Standing Committee reporting to the Australian Government. He has been chair of advisory Committees supervising training in Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, and has participated in the writing groups for the Australian Infection Control Guidelines and Therapeutic Guidelines for Antibiotic. His interests include the diagnosis and management of clinical infectious diseases, hospital infection control and antimicrobial resistance.
If you don’t know where a cancer is, you can’t treat it. Radiology helps save lives by detecting cancer and other illnesses early.
We believe that if you have the ability to save a life, you have the responsibility to do so.
In our recent past RAB delivered an online lecture covering "Hand Hygiene and Infection Control" by Nadine Thompson and with the threat posed by COVID-19 we feel it important to release this lecture from behind our secure members area for all to view.
We encourage you to let others know of this lecture.