IPEM Approved Short Courses

Biomedical Engineering Innovation Workshop

Biomedical Engineering Innovation Workshop

The Biomedical Engineering Innovation Workshop is run by the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde.

Let’s Get Personal

Let’s Get Personal

Discussion of new FAD/Guidelines relating to using selective internal radiation therapy (SIRT) in treatment of HCC a. Which patients b. Patient pathways and referrers Clinical recommendations relating to SIRT Evidence for dosimetry – DOSISPHERE and implications Review of cases using dosimetry in treatment of HCC and also where relevant mCRC Rennes experience establishing use of dosimetry Implication of using high dose in a clinical settings

Electrical Safety of Medical Equipment and Systems

Electrical Safety of Medical Equipment and Systems

This course will provide learners with an understanding of electrical safety of medical electrical equipment and systems, focusing on the IEC 60601 family of standards, so that they are able to rigorously test the electrical safety of medical equipment and systems.

Medical Statistics

Medical Statistics

This course will enable you to gain an understanding of how statistical analysis and decision theory can be applied in medicine.

Essentials of PET-CT for Radiographers eLearning and Practical Training

Essentials of PET-CT for Radiographers eLearning and Practical Training

An introduction to PET-CT. On completion of this course, it is expected that candidates will have a clear understanding of evidence-based use of PET-CT imaging in the clinical settings and be able to confidently perform high-quality PET-CT scans.

Radioactive Waste Advisers Training Course

Radioactive Waste Advisers Training Course

This course provides the theoretical background and training necessary for the management of unsealed and sealed radioactive substances in hospitals.

Radiation Protection Training Course

Radiation Protection Training Course

The course provides the theoretical background and training necessary for the radiological protection requirements of both ionising and non-ionising radiations used in hospitals.

Public lecture: Proton Beam Therapy

Public lecture: Proton Beam Therapy

This lecture, for the public, healthcare professionals and academics alike, brings together leading oncologists, medical physicists and therapeutic radiographers to present and discuss current and future aspects of Proton Beam Therapy.

Foundations of Leadership in Radiation Oncology

Foundations of Leadership in Radiation Oncology

This course introduces foundation principles of effective leadership as they apply to senior trainees and junior practitioners in the radiation oncology professions within the UK. The multi-professional course is directed at professionals interested in developing expertise in leading teams for quality improvement, advocacy and in all situations where they might positively influence the future of our discipline within both local and international settings. In addition to our clinical oncologist colleagues, this course is open clinical scientists and medical physicists.

The Use of Hydrophones in Acoustics Measurement

The Use of Hydrophones in Acoustics Measurement

A one day course aiming to give basic competence in selecting and using hydrophones for making pressure measurements in the MHz frequency range. The next session is running on 19th October 2022. Places are limited and booking is open now.

Metrology for MRI Course

Metrology for MRI Course

This course is aimed at junior MR physicists, and PhD students with an interest in quantitative MRI. It will also be useful to more experienced MR physicists looking to improve their knowledge of metrological principles for quantitative MRI.

HSST Train the Trainer

HSST Train the Trainer

The aim of this course is to equip workplace supervisors to deliver and facilitate training for their HSST trainees.