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You are invited to register for RAB's next Imaging Technologists Teleconference program (RABitt) Thursday 27th May 2021 7:00 PM AEST where Ashleigh Brindley a CT applications specialist with Siemens Healthineers in Auckland, New Zealand, will present a lecture:
CT - Back to basics!
See below for full details.
We Look forward to you joining RAB's 28th Imaging Technologist Teleconference program!
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Luke Porra, Trina Shnier, Ashleigh Brindley
Registrations are now available (After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.)
Date: Thursday the 27th May, 2021
Time: 7:00 – 8:15pm AEST
Presented by: Ashleigh Brindley - CT applications specialist with Siemens Healthineers in Auckland, New Zealand
Ashleigh trained as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist, graduating from the University of Newcastle, Australia. She worked clinically at Monash in Melbourne in PET/Nuc med, where she also completed additional qualifications in diagnostic CT. Ashleigh moved across the Tasman to NZ and worked for Ascot Radiology and Auckland Hospital gaining further clinical experience in NM, PET and general CT and studied cardiac CT at Auckland Uni. Ashleigh also has an interest in Dual Energy CT applications.
CT is one of the most critical imaging modalities being the most commonly performed cross sectional imaging technique. This lecture will cover the fundamentals of CT, including different scanning types, techniques and CT parameters. Clinical examples and case studies will demonstrate how to apply the fundamentals in clinical practice. Computed tomography has become an integral part of imaging and understanding how you can influence the image quality, speed and dose is fundamental for all radiographers performing CT scans.