Who we are and what we can offer
Neuroradiology Workshop was founded in 2015 by two neuroradiologists. Our goal is to provide innovative, high quality neuroradiology training for a range of healthcare professionals.
Having run a very successful inaugural course for general radiology consultants in February 2016, we have expanded to run three courses in 2017, each individually tailored for radiologists, neurosurgeons and stroke physicians.
Our faculty, as well as other neuroradiologists, now also includes neurosurgeons who are all based at tertiary UK teaching hospitals, with a passion for teaching and imparting our specialist knowledge and expertise.
Our central tenet is to provide case based neuroradiology teaching through interactive sessions led by experts in that field. Each delegate has an individual Apple Mac computer installed with Osirix (open source PACS software). Delegates are given carefully selected cases, which they can initially examine on their workstation. Cases are chosen across the breadth of neuroradiology with an emphasis on teaching basic principles and common pitfalls.
After viewing the cases themselves, delegates are then taken through the imaging with short summaries highlighting key teaching points and tips. Delegates are encouraged to interact via a keypad voting system at selected points during the sessions, in order to promote discussion and learning, as well as allowing interaction in a constructive and non-confrontational manner.
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Our Faculty Members
The teaching faculty are Consultant Neuroradiologists working at tertiary centres in the UK. Neuroradiology fellows are present throughout the day to assist with practical and technical issues.
Ahmed is a Consultant Neuroradiologist at the Institute of Neurosciences, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, having trained in general radiology in Glasgow and completed his neuroradiology fellowship in Newcastle. He has an interest in medical education and has been invited to teach at other national courses. He teaches and examines undergraduate medical students as well as teaching postgraduates. He has a sub-specialist interest in stroke imaging.
Robin is a Consultant Neuroradiologist at Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust, based at the John Radcliffe Hospital. He has subspecialist interests in paediatric neuroradiology and neuro-oncology. He has been involved in medical teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level throughout his career. He is currently the clinical supervisor for Neuroradiology trainees within the Oxford Radiology School.
Johann is an Interventional Neuroradiologist at Newcastle University Teaching Hospitals having trained in general radiology in Edinburgh and completed his neuroradiology fellowship in Glasgow. He has taught at FRCR examination preparation courses as well as PLAB courses. In addition he has tutored and examined at postgraduate level at the University of Edinburgh for the Neuroimaging for Research MSc programme. He is currently an educational and clinical supervisor for radiology trainees.
Paul completed neuroradiology training between the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast and Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary and is a European certified neuroradiologist. He was appointed as a Consultant Interventional and Diagnostic Neuroradiologist to the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast in 2013. He was a recipient of the British Society of Neuroradiology Codman Neurovascular Prize in 2011 and is a co-author of the ESCAPE endovascular stroke trial published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2015.
Natasha is a Consultant Neuroradiologist at the Institute of Neurosciences, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, with subspecialist interests including amongst others Neuro-oncology and advanced imaging techniques, Epilepsy imaging and Neuro-SPECT. She is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical teaching.
Victoria is a Consultant Interventional and Diagnostic Neuroradiologist at Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust, based at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Her subspecialty interests are in stroke and vascular disease. She has been involved in medical teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as teaching on FRCR preparation courses and has a postgraduate certificate in medical education.