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National Training Scheme for Bone Densitometry

Dr Wil Evans
Professor Wil Evans
Chair of the Bone Densitometry Training and Advisory Panel

The National Training Scheme for Bone Densitometry consists of a two day lecture course on 'Bone densitometry in osteoporosis assessment and management', which will be held on 30th September and 1st October 2013 at Jury's Inn, Birmingham. This will be followed (at a later date) by an online examination and portfolio submission process, successful completion of which leads to Certification in Bone Densitometry providing operators with proof of their competence to perform bone densitometry measurements.

The Training Scheme is approved by:

  • The College of Radiographers (COR)
    and
  • The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) have awarded 12 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits (6 credits per day)

Please choose a menu option from the left hand side of this page for futher details. You will find a list of relevant dates at the bottom of this page.

We look forward to welcoming you to the next lecture course and hope you will proceed to gaining your Certification in Bone Densitometry.

With best wishes

Professor Wil Evans
Chair of the Bone Densitometry Training and Advisory Panel
Consultant Physicist, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff

Useful dates:

Fri 13th September 2013 Lecture course registration deadline
30th September-1st October 2013 Lecture course 2013
Wed 4th December 2013 Application for certification deadline
Wed 22nd January 2014 Online examination
Wed 19th February 2014 Online examination re-sit
Fri 11th April 2014 Portfolio submission deadline

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