Award-Winning e-Learning for Radiologists Globally | Covers all aspects of radiology | 750+ Interactive Sessions | 1 Year
The Radiology – Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI) is a high-quality e-learning resource for radiologists around the globe.
You can choose from more 750 interactive sessions that cover all aspects of radiology. The program offers ideal preparation for FRCR* and equivalent examinations. It is also suitable for fully qualified clinicians looking to reinforce or strengthen core knowledge.
The Radiology-Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI) is an e-learning resource available via the e-LfH Hub to approximately 5600 UK radiologists. With over 650 hours of e-learning and around 800 e-learning sessions, it is one of the largest e-learning projects in the world. The original project also incorporated the setting up of radiology academies and a validated case archive.
The award-winning R-ITI e-learning resource was developed in the UK by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) in collaboration with the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR).
Written by expert radiologists and based around the core radiology curriculum, R-ITI is an essential tool for radiology trainees. R-ITI is designed to support and enhance the learning of ST1-3 specialist registrars on the five-year radiology training scheme. The program offers ideal preparation for the Fellowship of The Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) and equivalent examinations.
R-ITI can also be used by fully qualified clinicians or consultant radiologists looking to reinforce strengthen or maintain core knowledge.
The core RCR curriculum is broken down into 15 modules by subject area covering all aspects of radiology.
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Pediatric Bone: Upper Body: This session covers the skull, axial skeleton, and upper limbs of pediatric bone scans.
Vestibular_ Schwannomas: In this session, we will cover the anatomy of the cerebellopontine angle (CPA) and the common types of CPA lesions with emphasis on vestibular schwannomas. We will briefly discuss the presentation of such lesions and the strategy for their investigation, including the role of computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and advanced MRI sequences.
Cardiac Tumors: In this session, you will learn about the more common types of cardiac tumors. The imaging approach in these patients is discussed and the cross-sectional imaging appearances of some of these tumors are presented.
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MBBS | MD