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Sub-specialty training responsibilities

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Sub-specialty training responsibilities

  1. 1. MRTS TRAINING DEPARTMENTS 1. Imaging Science – Academic Unit – UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER The Unit is part of the Research Group of Imaging Science of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences (FMHS) which comprises Clinical Radiology and Medical Biophysics. In 2007 Imaging Science was amalgamated with the Cancer Research Group to form the Research School of Cancer and Imaging Sciences in FMHS in the University of Manchester. Academic imaging is therefore currently spread across the city in the teaching hospitals affiliated to the University. The Unit in the Stopford Medical School, which has had patient activity since it was established in 1975, moved most of this into the adjacent Trusts in early 2008. The only scanning facilities which remain on the University site will be a mobile Osteoporosis Clinical and Research Unit (housing DXA Hologic 4500 Discovery and Stratec XCT 2000 pQCT scanners in a 6.5 tonnes, 28ft customised truck). The current static bone densitometry scanners (1 GE Lunar Prodigy; 1 Hologic QDR 4500 and 1 Stratec pQCT) will move to the radiology department of the Manchester Royal Infirmary in January 2008. In May 2003 the University installed a new 1.5 Tesla MR scanner into the Wellcome Millennium Clinical Research Facility (WCRF). In January 2004, a University high field 3 Tesla MR scanner was installed at Hope Hospital. The University’s Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre (WMIC) is now completed on the Christie Hospital site and contains animal and human PET/CT facilities and a cyclotron. A 1.5 Tesla scanner is being installed at WMIC in the 2nd quarter of 2008. The Unit is involved in many multi-disciplinary research projects. There is strong encouragement to StRs/SpRs to undertake research, and to this end computer facilities have been provided for trainees (room 1.823). Most of the teaching takes place in this Unit (Conference Room 1.825 and 1.609) and there are excellent AV facilities, including a new LCD projector (installed 2010) for projecting images from computer, video or camera source, and other equipment to make slides and posters for scientific presentations. There is a reference library (Room G528A), with radiology journals and textbooks. For access, your ID swipe card will need to be validated by Ms Shelagh Stedman (tel: 275 5131, e-mail: shelagh.stedman@manchester.ac.uk). Strong links exist not only with clinical departments, but also with pre- and para-clinical disciplines, including Medical Biophysics. The University Unit is responsible for providing the first three years of training of the FRCR course, since this is a part-time taught course based in the University of Manchester. The staff include: Head of Research Group & Professor of Biomedical Imaging: Professor GJM Parker Professor of Radiology: Professor A Jackson Professor of Medical Biophysics: Professor C J Taylor Professor of Imaging Science: Professor J Waterton Professor of Imaging Science: Professor S R Williams Professor of Translational Medicine: Professor A Hughes Professorial Research Fellow: Professor T F Cootes Reader in Physical Information Science: Dr SM Astley Senior Lecturers: Dr J Graham Dr H L Sharma Senior lecturer in Neuro-imaging Physics and Image analysis Dr N A Thacker Senior Lecturer in the Physics of Anaesthesia: Dr P C W Beatty Lecturer in Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Dr J H Naish Lecturer in Neuro Imaging: Dr L Parkes Clinical Lecturers Dr J O’Connor Dr S Stivaros Lecturer Dr C Twining Training Scheme Administrator: Ms K O’Hagan
  2. 2. 2. Royal Blackburn Hospital (East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust) This is a well equipped and staffed Department. Staff Clinical Director: Dr Y Nakhuda RCR Tutor: Dr J Taylor Sub-specialty training responsibilities Cross-sectional imaging Dr E Nanda Kumar Dr D R Gavan Dr R D Dobrashian Dr Y Nakhuda Dr S Lapsia Dr J Taylor Dr A S Mellor Musculo-skeletal: Dr D S Enion Dr S H Khan Dr Y Nakhuda Mammography: Dr R D Dobrashian Dr D Enion GI/GU: Dr E Nanda Kumar Dr D R Gavan Dr R D Dobrashian Dr S Lapsia Dr J Taylor Interventional radiology Dr D R Gavan Dr N Wilde Dr P Woodhead Dr J Taylor Radionuclide Imaging: Dr D R Gavan Dr E N Kumar Dr D Enion Dr R F Barker Paediatrics: Dr R F Barker Dr E Nagaraju Chest: Dr A S Mellor Dr T Newton Updated August 2010
  3. 3. 3. Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust This is a District General Hospital, though also has a regional cardiothoracic unit and regional cancer centre for haematologic malignancies. Specialist training opportunities (US, CT, MR, NM, DEXA and bone densitometry with QCT and mammography) are available. RCR/RCP approved for radionuclide radiology training; partner in the Manchester radionuclide/NM training rotation with MRI and Preston. Paediatric radiology training is available. Staff Clinical Director: Dr F V H Lo Ying Ping RCR Tutor: Dr D I Hodgson Audit Lead: Dr C F Walshaw Other Consultants: Dr P K Bowyer Dr D P Montgomery Dr L Hacking Dr T P Kane Dr R W Bury Dr H N Varia Dr C Wallace Dr G M Hoadley Dr C K Liew Sub-specialty training responsibilities Cross-sectional imaging: Dr R W Bury Dr H Varia/Dr C F Walshaw Dr F V H Lo Ying Ping/Dr D I Hodgson GI: Dr D P Montgomery Dr D I Hodgson Dr R W Bury Dr H Varia Interventional imaging/Angiography: Dr P K Bowyer/Dr R W Bury Chest: Dr G M Hoadley/Dr F V H Lo Ying Ping/Dr C Wallace/Dr C K Liew Vascular imaging/(MR): Dr R W Bury Musculoskeletal: Dr F V H Lo Ying Ping/Dr C F Walshaw Dr G Hoadley/Dr D Hodgson Paediatrics: Dr L Hacking/Dr T P Kane Dr C Wallace Symptomatic breast imaging: Dr G M Hoadley Dr P K Bowyer Dr L Hacking Nuclear Medicine: Dr R Bury Dr T P Kane Dr L Hacking Dr H Varia Dr C Walshaw Gynae Dr L Hacking Haematological malignancy Dr F V H Lo Ying Ping New Staff: Dr C K Liew Updated Aug 2010
  4. 4. 4. A Central Manchester and Manchester Children’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) (Manchester Royal Infirmary, St Mary’s Hospital, the Royal Eye Hospital and the Dental Hospital) In June 2001, Central Manchester Healthcare NHS Trust and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital combined to form Central Manchester and Manchester Children’s University Hospitals NHS Trust. The departments offer all aspects of “core” radiological training and sub-specialty training. All modern imaging techniques are available including multislice spiral CT. A wide variety of interventional procedures are also undertaken. Accredited training in Nuclear Medicine/Radionuclide Imaging is available in the Department of Nuclear Medicine (Head of Department - Dr Mary Prescott). Accredited by the RCR and RCOG for obstetric ultrasound training. Adult Radiology Staff Clinical Director: Dr P M Taylor RCR Tutor: Dr P Wilson Sub-specialty training responsibilities Vascular Radiology: Dr N Chalmers Dr G J Murphy Dr F Farquamarson Neuroradiology (specialist areas, eg ophthalmic, Maxillofacial): Dr C Soh Dr J E Gillespie Dr R D Laitt Musculoskeletal Radiology with cross-sectional imaging: Professor J E Adams Dr J P R Jenkins Dr R W Whitehouse Dr P Wilson Gastrointestinal Radiology, intervention, US: Dr S H Lee Dr S J O’Shea Obstetrical, Gynaecological and Paediatric Radiology: Dr S A Russell Dr B Rajashanker Genito-urinary and Chest Radiology, US, intervention: Dr P M Taylor Nuclear Medicine: Dr M C Prescott Dr J James Dr P Arumugam During years four and five of training, StRs/SpRs are allocated to six monthly sub-specialty rotations. These sub-specialty posts include: 1. Paediatric, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2. Gastrointestinal Radiology (including interventional). 3. Genito-urinary Radiology (including interventional). 4. Musculoskeletal Radiology. 5. Vascular and interventional Radiology (linked to South Manchester University Hospital, Dr R J Ashleigh and Dr J S Butterfield). 6. Neuroradiology (linked with Hope Hospital). 7. Nuclear Medicine/Radionuclide Imaging. Updated August 2010
  5. 5. B. Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Specialised Children’s Radiology has now been centralised with the opening of the new Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital on the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust site on Oxford Road, Manchester. This major reorganisation means core training in Paediatric Radiology is now provided on a single site, the largest in the country, with access to all imaging modalities, and in all clinical specialities, including neonatal, paediatric and adolescent services. Staff Clinical Director: Dr N Wright Clinical Lead: Dr A Shabani RCR Tutor: Dr A Raabe Other staff include: Dr B P M Wilson Dr M Kaleem
  6. 6. 5. Christie Hospital NHS Foundation Trust The Christie Hospital is the largest cancer hospital in the United Kingdom, offering Oncological services to a population of over 5 million people. There is a large Regional Clinical Oncology (Radiotherapy) Department and University Departments of Medical Oncology and Paediatric Oncology. The Department of Endocrinology has a special interest in endocrine complications of cancer treatment. The Department of Surgery has specialists in head and neck tumours, ENT, gastro intestinal, urological and gynaecological oncology. The Department is equipped with two MD-CT scanners and one radiotherapy planning CT, ultrasound with colour Doppler and two 1.5 Tesla MR scanners. There are modern facilities for general radiography (including digital chest radiography system), and state-of-the-art interventional unit including a gastrostomy drop-in service. The Clinical Isotopes Department has one dual headed gamma camera, one gamma camera-CT machine and one PET-CT machine. The department has all modalities fully integrated into PACS and digital dictation and is the lead centre for the national Registry of Oesophageal Stenting. Consultants Clinical Director: Dr R Bramley RCR Tutor: Dr S Bonington Other Consultants Dr B M Carrington Dr J A Lawrance Dr P A Hulse Dr H-U Laasch Dr M B Taylor Dr C Barker Dr FJ Wong Dr Soo Mak Dr P Manoharan Dr R Kochar 2008 PET-CT Fellow: Dr Antony Goldstone 2008 Interventional Fellow: Dr D Mullan At any one time there are two or three fourth or fifth year StRs/SpRs based at Christie Hospital, on six or twelve month rotations. One or two second and third year StRs/SpRs rotate through the Department every three months. A more detailed job description of these posts is available on request. Updated August 2010
  7. 7. 6. Macclesfield District General Hospital (East Cheshire NHS Trust) This is a small-medium sized district general hospital on the edge of the Peak District. It serves a population of 190,000. Radiology services are centred in Macclesfield with three small peripheral plain film X-ray units in nearby towns. Staff Clinical Director: Dr N Vasireddy RCR Tutor: Dr R Sil Sub-specialty training responsibilities Chest: Dr D Bielecki Dr E Partridge GU: Dr S Tebby-Lees Dr R Sil Interventional: Dr D Bielecki Dr C Loughran Mammography/breast: Dr M Crotch-Harvey Dr C Loughran Dr D Bielecki Dr M Muller Gynaecology: Dr E Partridge Dr S Tebby-Lees Paediatrics: Dr M Crotch-Harvey GI: Dr R Sil Dr A Tang Musculoskeletal Dr N Vasireddy Staff grade: Dr S Babu The department has five general rooms, including two fluoroscopic digital screening rooms (one commissioned in June 2004). There are three ultrasound rooms (all with colour-flow). A 1.5T MR scanner was installed in January 2005. There is also a 64 slice GE light speed VCT scanner (installed August 2010). Macclesfield now undertakes breast screening for the population of Stockport and there are two mammographic units on site – one for symptomatic, the other for screening. The department prides itself on having a friendly working environment with good working relationships in and out of the department, and a large number of regular clinico- radiological meetings. Skill-mix is given a high priority. Facilities available to the trainee include their own office, a departmental computer and a stand- alone PC with CD rom and internet access; this also has Microsoft Office applications. There is a comprehensive radiology library within the department and a medical library within the Postgraduate Centre. Each of the trainee sessions is covered by a named supervising consultant and there is ready access to a consultant opinion at all times. On-call is one in seven with a variable level of responsibility, depending upon the trainee’s experience. Trainees will be encouraged to participate in local audit projects and take advantage of research and teaching opportunities. Updated August 2010
  8. 8. 7. North Manchester General Hospital (The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust) This is a large district general hospital which is a tertiary referral centre for hepato-biliary surgery and infectious disease as well as offering all aspects of core imaging, including radionuclide radiology. Staff Clinical Lead: Dr S Sunder RCR Tutor: Dr R Filobbos Sub-specialty training responsibilities Radionuclide Radiology: Dr R Kulshrestha Dr L Tandon Chest & Symptomatic breast imaging: Dr C Allen MSK, Head and Neck Imaging Dr N Desai Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging: Dr S Mathur GI, hepatobiliary intervention: Dr K C Uzoka Dr E Tam Vascular and non-vascular intervention: Dr E Bakir MSK: Dr N Joshi Paediatrics: Dr S Amonkar GI and pelvic imaging: Dr R Filobbos Paediatrics and Pelvic Imaging: Dr S Sunder Updated Aug 2010
  9. 9. 8. Royal Preston Hospital and Chorley District General Hospital (Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) Large teaching hospitals which along with general medical and surgical specialities, also have clinical departments of Plastic surgery, Paediatrics, Nephrology, Obstetrics, Neurology and Neurosurgery. Radiology training opportunities include: Neuro-radiology including intervention Vascular and non-vascular intervention Oncology Chest Gastro-intestinal Genito-urinary Musculoskeletal Nuclear medicine and PET-CT. The departments are well staffed and equipped. There are three permanent 1.5T MR scanners and three multislice CT scanners across the two sites. Four general ultrasound rooms are available across the two hospitals as well as a number of antenatal US rooms. The Nuclear Medicine department has three gamma cameras and a permanently installed PET/CT facility with cyclotron on site. Two interventional suites are available, one in the general department, the other within neuroradiology. Registrars have their own room with PACS reporting stations and a desktop PC with internet access. On call can be performed by teleradiology. In the main radiology departments of both hospital sites there are IMAC computers specifically for the radiology trainees. These computers are installed with Osirix software (current format for FRCR examinations), and contain collections of digital teaching cases, rapid reporting and long case examples for FRCR. We are currently negotiating the installation of Web Aims database which will provide the trainees access to a large ‘key worded’ digital library as well as further elearning opportunities. The department organises a 6 monthly FRCR 2B course which the trainees are encouraged to be involved with. Trainees have regular group tutorials from consultants which are presented in both digitally and hard copy format, and can arrange individual tutorials if required. There is an ethos of close supervision and feedback from consultants for the trainees during their day time sessions and for on call. There is an active audit programme and trainees are strongly encouraged to undertake and present at least one audit at the regular monthly meeting. Staff Clinical Director: Dr J Howells RCR Tutor: Dr S Kearney Sub-specialty training responsibilities Neuroradiology Dr C M A Coutinho Dr W J Gunawardena Interventional Neuroradiology Dr S Wuppalapati GI/GU and Non-vascular Intervention, ERCP: Dr I Harris Vascular Interventional and Audit Lead: Dr D Seriki Vascular Interventional: Dr S P D’Souza Dr A Craig Nuclear Medicine: Professor J C Hill Dr J Coffey Musculoskeletal: Dr S I Ali Dr T C Oh Oncology Dr M J Dobson Dr S Cox
  10. 10. Oncology/cross section Dr S Liew Dr A Tokala Chest Dr J Howells Dr S E Kearney Breast: Dr B C Spinks Upper GI and non-vascular intervention: Dr R C Stockwell Paediatrics, Breast, Antenatal US: Dr J M Stringfellow Updated August 2010
  11. 11. 9. Royal Bolton Hospital (Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust) This is a large district general hospital offering general and sub-specialty training opportunities. Six-month rotations are available for StRs/SpRs in their first three years of training to learn core radiological skills and six month rotations for year 4/5 StRs/SpRs to provide sub-specialist and DGH experience. This is a well equipped department, providing a wide range of specialist imaging services including MR, CT, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, fluoroscopy, breast, interventional GI/GU. There are two Siemens multislice CT machines (16 slice and 40 slice) and a new Siemens Artis dFA interventional machine. There are 14 consultants (including five breast radiologists) and four StRs/SpRs. Staff Clinical Lead: Dr G J Yeung RCR Tutor: Dr K Broome Sub-specialty training responsibilities Breast radiology: Dr A J Maxwell Dr A E Mills Dr M D J Harake Dr S Garewal Dr G Hutchison Musculoskeletal radiology: Dr R Mehan Dr A E Mills Dr M D J Harake Dr P M Strong Paediatric Radiology: Dr K Broome Dr S Garewal Angiography, interventional uroradiology: Dr J P Y Lay Dr R Razzaq Gastrointestinal radiology: Dr A J Maxwell Dr R Razzaq Dr A Law Radionuclide radiology: Dr G J M Yeung Dr P M Strong Ultrasound: Dr P M Strong Chest radiology: Dr R A Malik/Dr R Challa Gynaecological radiology: Dr A E Mills Dr S Garewal Dr K Broome Obstetric Radiology Dr G Hutchison Updated August 2010
  12. 12. 10. Royal Lancaster Infirmary (University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust ) This is a large district general hospital which has recently been incorporated into the Manchester Radiology Training Scheme. The radiology department is split into a main department and medical unit department, the main department providing a full range of services, including general x-ray, screening, ultrasound, CT and nuclear medicine. An MRI suite was installed in 2001. The medical unit department provides for general x-ray and screening facilities for temporary pacing work. There is a large purpose built breast unit providing a screening and symptomatic service for North Lancashire and South Cumbria. Staff Clinical Director: Dr M L Schofield RCR Tutor: Dr M Flanagan Sub-specialty training responsibilities Breast, vascular, paediatrics: Dr J Lavelle Nuclear Medicine/Radionuclide Imaging/cross-sectional: Dr A Ansari MRI, oncology imaging, GI imaging: Dr A Taylor Interventional, breast imaging: Dr L M Ness Oncology, education, paediatrics: Dr M Flanagan Musculoskeletal US, cross-sectional: Dr J McGregor General, ENT, breast imaging: Dr D G Sheals General, paediatrics and cross-sectional: Dr W Stevenson GI, cross-sectional: Dr A Sambrook
  13. 13. 11. Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Hope Hospital This department offers the full range of core radiological training and sub-specialty training opportunities. Accredited for obstetric ultrasound training (RCR/RCOG). Staff Acting Clinical Director: Dr J Carlin RCR Tutor: Dr D G Hughes University staff Neuroradiology: Professor A Jackson Sub-specialty training responsibilities Neuroradiology: Dr J E Gillespie Dr C Soh Dr DG Hughes Professor A Jackson Dr R D Laitt Dr A V Herwadkar Dr T Williams Dr R Siripurapu Dr S Stivaros Uroradiology and Ultrasound: Dr H Mamtora Chest: Dr R A Chisholm Dr A Walsham Breast Imaging: Dr J Jeffree Dr S Datta GI and Interventional: Dr H C Burnett Dr N Townsend Dr L Williams Musculoskeletal/MR: Dr S J Jackson Dr J N Harris Cross-sectional imaging: Dr H Burnett Dr D Kasir Dr N Townsend Nuclear Medicine/Radionuclide Radiology: Dr J N Harris Renal and Vascular: Dr A G Cowie Dr H Mamtora Dr C O’Dwyer Paediatrics: Dr J Carlin Sub-specialty posts are available in: 1. Gastrointestinal and intervention. 2. Cross-sectional imaging. 3. GU and ultrasound 4. Musculoskeletal imaging 5. Neuroradiology Updated August 2010
  14. 14. 12. University Hospitals of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust (UHSMT) Wythenshawe Hospital. In-patient services moved to Wythenshawe in August 2001, which became the major hospital of UHSM. It has 895 acute beds. The hospitals provide training in all aspects of core radiological skills and sub-specialty areas of training. All modern imaging techniques including conventional radiography, fluoroscopy, multi-slice CT, MR, nuclear medicine and ultrasound are performed with state of the art equipment. Various interventional procedures are also undertaken. The Radiology Department examines approximately 200,000 patients annually. The Trust houses several leading specialist centres. The Nightingale Centre is one of the UK National Training Centres of the NHS Breast Screening Programme. Currently, Wythenshawe is the cardio-thoracic and heart transplant centre of the North West Region. Wythenshawe is also the tertiary referral centre for upper gastrointestinal, gynaecological and renal cancer. There is, therefore, ample opportunity for experience in imaging in chest and cardio-thoracic medicine and surgery, with opportunities for experience in echo-cardiography and cardiac catheterisation. Staff Clinical Director: Professor D Martin Dr J Tuck Dr R Sawyer RCR Tutor: Dr V Rudralingam Sub-specialty training responsibilities Vascular: Dr R J Ashleigh Dr J S Butterfield Dr J Tuck Gastro Intestinal & Hepatobiliary Radiology: Professor D F Martin Dr S A Sukumar Dr V Rudralingam Uroradiology: Dr A Bradley Dr J S Tuck Dr Y Y Lim Body Ultrasound/CT/MRI: Dr S A Sukumar Professor D F Martin Radionuclide Radiology: Dr M Wilson Dr M Mubashar Trauma: Dr W Bhatti Dr M Mubashar Breast: Professors C R M Boggis Dr M Wilson Dr E Hurley Dr A Jain Dr Y Y Lim Dr U M Beetles Chest Radiology: Dr E Smith Dr R H Sawyer Dr M Greaves Musculoskeletal: Dr W Bhatti Dr M Mubashar Head and Neck Radiology: Dr E Hurley Specialty Registrar posts for years four and five offer sub-specialty training opportunities in:
  15. 15. 1. Vascular Radiology; usually there is one 5th or 6th year registrar with a special interest in vascular radiology. 2. Uroradiology and intervention. 3. Body imaging. 4. Gastro-intestinal imaging and intervention. 5. Breast imaging. 6. Chest radiology. 7. Musculoskeletal imaging. Training opportunities are also available in head and neck imaging, paediatrics and gynaecological imaging. Updated August 2010
  16. 16. 13. Stockport NHS Foundation Trust A large district hospital, Stockport provides broad based general training for rotations in the first three years and both general and subspecialty training for the final 2 years. The department is well-equipped with a second CT scanner scheduled for installation within the next financial year, a 1.5T MR scanner, 5 U/S rooms in the main department, interventional room, new mammographic units installed 2008, fluoroscopy and nuclear medicine including SPECT. Registrars have their own reporting office with access to a PACS workstation and computer. The areas of training available are: - Contrast radiology of the GI Tract - Ultrasound including commonly performed interventional procedures - Symptomatic breast work - CT especially oncology and interventional procedures - MR particularly MSK and pelvic malignancy - Uroradiology including all aspects of nuclear medicine and interventional procedures - GI interventional including ERCP, oesophageal and colonic stenting Staff Clinical Director: Dr A H Choudhri RCR Tutor: Dr O Rauf Sub-specialty training responsibilities Breast: Dr S Mehta Chest: Dr J Whittaker Oncology partic CT/MR Dr S Mehta Dr M Brochwicz-Lewinski Dr M-Y Loh Uroradiology including intervention: Dr A J Pollard Dr N Lynch GI intervention: Dr N Lynch Dr P Sanville Musculoskeletal including US: Dr P Demaine Dr P Sanville Dr O Rauf Dr A H Choudhri Updated August 2010
  17. 17. 14. Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust This district general hospital is situated at the foot of the Pennines, eight miles east of Manchester. The Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Imaging is well-equipped with facilities for digital and biplane screening. There are purpose built CT, MRI, digital subtraction angiographic, US and nuclear medicine imaging suites, with facilities for spiral CT, 1.5 T MR imaging, colour Doppler US and SPECT nuclear imaging. The department also provides imaging facilities for a symptomatic breast service, which include one-stop clinics with mammography, ultrasound and stereotactic procedures. Oncology services that include radiography are provided for breast, colo-rectal, upper GI, lung and for the combined units that provide services for gynaecology, ENT and urology. Staff Clinical Director: Dr I Brett RCR Tutor: Dr A Lama Sub-specialty training responsibilities Nuclear Medicine & cross-sectional imaging & Oncology: Dr I Brett Vascular, chest radiology and nuclear medicine: Dr S Jagath Breast imaging; Neuro-imaging: Dr N Morar Breast and ultrasound: Dr L Ptackova Breast, non vascular interventional, cross sectional: Dr M Tahir Vascular, chest, cross-sectional: Dr A Lama Musculoskeletal, cross sectional imaging: Dr N Ehsan Cross sectional, non vascular intervention & Gynae: Dr K Mahmood We also have a new post (9) advertised.
  18. 18. 15. Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust This is a large District General Hospital with a new and well-equipped Department, including a new 1.5T MR, 2 Siemens CT Scanners with CT-fluoroscopy capability (a 16-slice and a newly commissioned (June 2009) state-of-the-art Siemens Definition AS+ 128-slice scanners), dedicated state-of-the-art interventional suite, dual headed gamma camera, a DEXA scanner, 8 fully specified colour Doppler ultrasound and 4 fluoroscopy rooms. The Trust is a breast screening centre and includes Wrightington Hospital, a tertiary orthopaedic referral centre which specialises in joint replacement and upper limb surgery. The Department is accredited by the RCR and RCOG for obstetric ultrasound training. Six month rotations in the first 3 years concentrate on learning core radiological skills, while 6 month rotations for the later years provide sub-specialist training in musculoskeletal radiology, interventional radiology, cross- sectional imaging and breast radiology as well as experience in a District General Hospital setting. Staff Clinical Director: Dr C L Poon RCR Tutor: Dr S Desai Sub-specialty training responsibilities Musculoskeletal Radiology: Dr D E Temperley Dr S Augustine Dr S Ramachandran Dr J Oommen Vascular & Interventional Radiology: Dr T Houghton Dr C L Poon Dr M Oldale CT Scanning and GI Radiology: Dr S Desai Cross Sectional Imaging: Dr S Watson Dr M Chiphang Dr A Talwalkar Nuclear Medicine: Dr E J Corkan Dr P Rodgers Dr P Wheeler Neuroradiology Dr A Ismail Breast Radiology Dr S Kolpattil Dr M Oldale Dr R Tuano-Donnelly Dr A Talwalkar Updated August 2010
  19. 19. 16. North Western Medical Physics Training in radiation protection and the physical aspects of clinical radiology is provided by North Western Medical Physics; part of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. The department provides a full range of scientific and technical services in diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, CT, MR and radiation protection to radiology departments in Greater Manchester and Lancashire. Staff Director: Dr R Makay RCR Tutor: Mrs A Walker Other staff include: Mr A P Jones Professor C J Moore Mr B Murby Mrs J R Prince Mr S V Russell Mr A J Shaw Mr W Mairs Mr M Worrall Dr L Sweetman Miss D Tout (Manchester Royal Infirmary) Mr G McGill Updated August 2010

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