National training scheme for the use of radioiodine in benign thyroid disease
Location: Birmingham Research Park, Vincent drive, Edgbaston, B15 2SQ
Date: Friday 24 April 2020
Details: This is a 1-day workshop on the use of radioiodine in the treatment of benign thyroid disease.
This established course represents an essential component of the new national training scheme aiming to allow application for ARSAC certification for iodine-131 administration for the treatment of benign thyroid disease.
The other components of training, upon which guidance will be given and log books provided, will be locally arranged and mentored experience of clinical cases, as well as medical physics experience.
The 2020 programme is currently being developed
Want a flavour of what to expect? See last year's programme here.
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Cancellations must be confirmed in writing and accompanied by your registration confirmation letter and receipt. Any cancellation received before 27 March 2020 will be subject to an administrative charge of £15. No refunds will be made after 27 March 2020 for any reason including ill health.
Please note: Identity must be provided when registering onsite. This may take the form of an identity card or badge from a hospital, academic or scientific institution or evidence of identity on appropriate letterhead.