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Image Interpretation

Image Interpretation is a free e-learning resource for radiographers and all relevant NHS staff delivered by the College of Radiographers in partnership with e-Learning for Healthcare. The e-learning will provide a national syllabus in basic image interpretation to support radiographers and other health professionals with interpreting and offering reports on plain x-rays of the appendicular and axial skeleton; adult chest; and paediatric appendicular and axial skeleton.

The e-learning has been written by senior practitioners and university lecturers. All of the material has been approved by the College of Radiographers and a certificate is awarded on completion of each group of sessions. All learning undertaken can be recorded in CPD portfolios for professional accreditation and regulatory (HPC) CPD purposes. Image Interpretation was launched at the UK Radiological Congress in Birmingham in June 2010.

The project contains the below courses, all of which are available via ESR:

  • 000 Image Interpretation 01: X-ray: Introduction (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 02: X-ray: The Hand (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 03: X-ray: The Carpal Bones (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 04: X-ray: The Wrist (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 05: X-ray: The Radius and Ulna (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 06: X-ray: The Elbow (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 07: X-ray: The Shoulder (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 08: X-ray: The Ankle (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 09: X-ray: The Foot (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 10: X-ray: The Calcaneum (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 11: X-ray: The Knee (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 12: X-ray: The Hip (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 13: X-ray: The Pelvis (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 14: X-ray: The Bones of the Thorax (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 15: X-ray: The Cervical Spine (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 16: X-ray: The Thoracic Spine (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 17: X-ray: The Lumbar Spine (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 18: X-ray: The Facial Bones (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 19: X-ray: The Skull (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 20: X-ray: Certificates and Self Evaluation (Adult)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 21: X-ray: Introduction (Adult Chest)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 22: X-ray: Pathology (Adult Chest)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 23: X-ray: Self Evaluation (Adult Chest)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 24: X-ray: Introduction (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 25: X-ray: The Hand (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 26: X-ray: The Wrist (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 27: X-ray: The Radius and Ulna (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 28: X-ray: The Elbow (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 29: X-ray: The Shoulder and Humerus (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 30: X-ray: The Foot and Calcaneum (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 31: X-ray: The Ankle (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 32: X-ray: The Knee, Tibia and Fibula (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 33: X-ray: The Pelvis and Hip (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 34: X-ray: The Bones of the Thorax & Spine (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 35: X-ray: The Skull and Facial Bones (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 36: X-ray: Non-accidental Injury (Paediatric)
  • 000 Image Interpretation 37: X-ray: Self Evaluation (Paediatric)

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How do I access it?

If you already have access to ESR, search for any of the above courses using the e-Learning User URP. Not sure how to do this? Instructions are available here.

If you don't already have access to ESR, find out who you should contact to gain access by clicking here