with Donald McRobbie, author of MRI from Picture to Proton
Aimed at users of Siemens MR equipment, this two day course will guide registrants simply through the complexities of MR physics, covering all the essential aspects required to enhance their understanding of clinical applications. Topics covered include basic and advanced image formation, k-space and its applications, artefact avoidance, image optimisation, fundamental physics, basic and advanced pulse sequences, MR hardware developments and MR safety.
Led by world renowned MR educator and author, Dr. Donald McRobbie, participants will gain insight into the essence of MR technology through intuitive teaching, workshops and hands-on sessions using MR console simulators.
Participants will receive a signed copy of “MRI from Picture to Proton” when they attend the class.
The course is suitable for all radiographers, radiologists, physicists, engineers and researchers who wish to develop a deeper understanding of MR physics.
Next course: 28-29 March 2020, Brisbane, QLD. Places are limited.
For registration please go to https://pep.siemens-info.com/en-us/mr-essential-physics
|Never mind the buzzwords: jargon busting and basic scanning|
|Spaced out: image formation|
|What’s wrong with this? Artefacts and their avoidance (quiz)|
|The final frontier: k-space and its applications|
|The parallel universe: parallel acquisition techniques|
|What you set is what you get: optimisation workshop|
|Getting in tune: resonance and relaxation|
|Acronyms anonymous 1: spin echo|
|Acronyms anonymous 2: gradient echo|
|Water and fat imaging|
|MR safety workshop|
For registration and further details please click here.