We list here, a number of mostly interactive training tools, designed to complement, re-enforce & enhance the taught / didactic components of our educational materials. Much is eligible for CPD / CME recognition.
Acute Cerebral CT Evaluation of Stroke Study (ACCESS)
ACCESS helps you to learn about how to read acute stroke CT scans. Participation also helps to increase the amount of data available on observer reliability.
British Association of Stroke Physicians (BASP) CT training lecture
The BASP CT Training lecture teaches about how to read acute stroke CT scans. It is useful to review in advance of participation in the Acute Cerebral CT Evaluation of Stroke Study (ACCESS).
Edinburgh Criteria for CAA-associated ICH Training (ECCITING)
ECCITING may help you to learn about how to read & rate CT brain scans in which haemorrhage is a finding. Participation also helps validate the Edinburgh criteria & collect data on its prognostic value.
Acute CTA for Thrombectomy in Stroke (ACTATS)
ACTATS teaches about CT & CTA review & interpretation in the context of thrombectomy. A Medtronic educational development grant, as well as support from the Thrombectomy Advisory Group & NHS National Services Scotland, enables free registration & access.
This educational resource provides access to the DEMAND-MI study cases including clinical history, coronary & structural imaging. The aim of this resource is to provide an overview of the clinical presentation & imaging findings in patients with type 2 myocardial infarction.
PiW-CZI PET teaching materials
The PET is Wonderful (PiW)-Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) teaching materials will teach the next generation of imaging biologists what PET techniques are and how to use them to support their research.
Real-world Independent Testing of e-ASPECTS Software (RITeS)
A Stroke Association funded study is calling on clinicians to review an artificial intelligence software created by Brainomix, to review how helpful the AI software is to front-line clinicians.
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