Monthly online webinars for imaging technologists

Project Lead - Trina Shnier

Imaging Technologists’ Teleconference Program

Each month we conduct a teleconference which covers important topics pertaining to imaging technologists.

Supporting beginner and advanced sonographers and radiographers in developing nations, this monthly 1-hour teaching lecture is delivered by expert imaging technologists who provide training on a variety of important imaging topics. Each session includes a question and answer section to deepen the participants' understanding. All lectures are provided for free and are recorded for future viewing, accessible via our online library. 

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Project Lead - Trina Shnier

Project Sponsor - Lumus Imaging



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RAB Next RABitts



Free RABitt - CT Image Quality and Dose Optimisation

30-05-2024 7:00 pm -8:00 pm

Presenter Jamie Harris: CT Applications Specialist at Siemens Healthineers in New Zealand

Jamie Harris

Jamie is a CT Applications Specialist at Siemens Healthineers in New Zealand, bringing over a decade of experience in radiography to her role. Originally graduating from QUT in Brisbane, Jamie began her career as a CT/General X-ray radiographer working in both the public and private healthcare settings. Her love of travel took her abroad to the UK, where she progressed from a locum radiographer to the role of General X-ray Team Lead for HCA Healthcare UK at The Shard. Unfortunately, COVID hit and the distance from home and family felt larger than ever, so she moved to New Zealand with her kiwi partner and took up her role with Siemens Healthineers. CT has always been Jamie’s modality of choice, drawn to its fast-paced and dynamic nature. She wanted to combine her passion for teaching and appreciation of CT, which is what attracted her to the CT Application Specialist role.

Jamie recently got engaged, so she currently spends a lot of her free time planning her wedding. When she isn’t wedding planning, you can find her reading a good book, enjoying a nice cup of coffee, or hanging with friends and family.

Learning outcomes:

  1. Common CT artifacts
  2. Image quality evaluation of clinical image
  3. Dose optimising techniques

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Radiology Across Borders

Radiology Across Borders educates and trains local clinicians in developing nations to use the power of radiology to save lives. 

“As a global charity, diversity and inclusivity are fundamental to the work of Radiology Across Borders . Our volunteers from around the globe bring their diverse backgrounds together to share their knowledge, skills and experience to uplift other clinicians who also come from many different cultures, genders, racial backgrounds, sexual orientations and religions . Together we unite in our vision to provide quality support to healthcare providers and patients to the best of our ability. 

Radiology Across Borders functions and thrives wholeheartedly under the pillars of diversity, inclusivity and respect for all."

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