The Breast Education Centre at the Nottingham Breast Institute (NBI) is now able to offer hands-on image interpretation on many of their courses. Delegates now have access to workstations running the recently released SenoIris software from GE Healthcare. The first course to offer the chance to use this exciting new facility will be the Image Interpretation and Reporting course 20-22 February 2017.
Radiologist and radiographers attending the Tomosynthesis and Contrast Enhanced Mammography study days will benefit from an individual workstation equipped with GE Healthcare’s SenoIris software providing the ideal platform for viewing these advanced mammography applications. NBI's Tomosynthesis study days are designed to provide the required minimum reading experience to fulfill the NHS Breast Screening Programme training requirements for those new to Tomosynthesis interpretation.For more information, please visit their website www.nuh.nhs.uk/nottinghambreastinstitute or contact the education team email@example.com