Clinical Radiology Centralised Learning Program

The Centralised Learning Program (CLP) is a 24-month lecture program, where a new session is available monthly for all trainees to view on demand via the RANZCR webcast library

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Latest Session

Session 9: Cardiac and Vascular

  • CT coronary angiography: Its current state and practice: Prof Ken Lau

  • Traumatic Aortic Injury: Imaging and Intervention: Dr Stephen Merrilees

Members can access previous sessions via the Centralised Learning Program channel on the RANZCR webcast library. 

Session 1: Neuroradiology A 

  • Brain tumours: A/Prof Mike Bynevelt
  • Haemorrhage, ischaemia & vascular: Dr Kate Mahady

Session 2: Neuroradiology B 

  • Dementia imaging: Dr Paul O’Connell
  • White matter diseases: Prof Alan Coulthard

Session 3: Head & Neck 

  • Sinus imaging: Dr Jennifer Gillespie
  • Head and neck spaces: Dr Grace Aw

Session 4: Spine 

  • Spine/ intervertebral discs: Dr David Lisle
  • Spine trauma: Dr Scott Davies

Session 5: Musculoskeletal System A  

  • Acute knee trauma: Dr Catherine Hayter
  • Radiographic interpretation and management of bone lesions: Dr Clinton Pinto

Session 6: Musculoskeletal System B

  • Imaging of shoulder pain - Common pathologies (MRI): Dr Aziz Osman
  • Hand and wrist injuries - X-rays and a bit more: A/Prof Bruno Giuffre

Session 7: Chest A

  • Pulmonary nodules: Dr James Bewes
  • Radiological assessment of lung cancer: Dr Sally Ayesa

Session 8: Chest B 

  • Silicosis and occupational lung disease: Dr Catherine Jones
  • Interstitial lung disease: Dr Karin Steinke

FAQs 

The Centralised Learning Program (CLP) is a 24 month lecture program. Each month, a new lecture session will be made available online for trainees to view on demand. The lecture series is designed to complement teaching programs that already occur at a Local, Network or Branch level, aiming to provide high yield knowledge to equip trainees for successful post-Fellowship practice.  

Each session will run for 1.5 – 2 hours, usually consisting of two lectures which are delivered by a local Australian or New Zealand content subject matter expert. Local sites will determine whether the content is viewed centrally, or by the trainee individually. Viewing of the lecture series is not compulsory, but highly recommended.

The content is aimed at the level of an early Phase 2 trainee, but available to all trainees, Fellows and IMGs.

RANZCR Fellows and Educational Affiliates can self-claim CPD for viewing each Centralised Learning Program session.

  • You can claim time for each hour you view
  • In order to receive CPD points you are required to upload evidence of attendance. You can upload a screen shot of you viewing the webinar into the ePortfolio
  • For more information on how to enter a CPD activity, click here.

If you have any questions regarding the Centralised Learning Program, please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone +61 2 9268 9700.