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Cardiac imaging training in the United Kingdom—time for a New Dawn
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    Cardiac Image Training - the 2010 Curriculum

    Having read the appeal for a 'new dawn in imaging training' I suspect that Rajani et al have not read the current UK cardiology training curriculum ( SpR/Documents/2010%20Cardiology%20Curriculum.pdf) and appreciated the flexibility and options open to trainees and their trainers It is factually incorrect to state that UK trainees 'only appear to be able to obtain "in-program" experience i...

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    Cardiac imaging training in the United Kingdom
    • Edward D Nicol, Cardiology SpR and Trainee Representative, BSCI Executive Committee
    • Other Contributors:
      • Stephen Harden, Consultant Radiologist and BSCI Education Sub-committee Chairman , Roger Bury, Consultant Radiologist and President of the BSCI


    Cardiac imaging training in the United Kingdom

    It was with interest that we read the featured correspondence from Rajani et al (ref). We entirely agree with their assertion that there is a growing need for multi-modality cardiac imagers and acknowledge their concerns about the lack of structured "in-programme" training opportunities, such as cardiac imaging fellowships, to support this requireme...

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