Image Interpretation – elearning for healthcare
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Image Interpretation

Frankie, 20 April 2016
Image Interpretation

Image Interpretation, also known as Interpretation of Radiological Images (e-IRI), is an elearning project to support radiographers and other healthcare professionals with interpreting and offering clinical evaluations on radiographs and other imaging modalities. The project is a collaboration between the Society and College of Radiographers and Health Education England’s award-winning elearning for healthcare programme.

The project originally focused on sessions to support image interpretation of standard radiographs of the musculoskeletal system, but has since grown in size and scope. In 2016 21 new interactive sessions have been published on topics ranging from Dignity and Continuing Professional Development to Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Gastro-intestinal and Genito-urinary imaging.  New modules have also been added to the programme; Cardiac Imaging, Neurointervention, Dental and Maxillo-facial Radiography and Accessory Projections.

The learning sessions have been written and reviewed by radiographers, academics and radiologists. They include sample images, assessments and case studies, as well as links to the latest research and resources. For more information or to access the free material see

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