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New elearning sessions available for radiographers and radiologists

Rachel Gowland, 11 November 2021
National Breast Imaging Academy

In May 2020, the National Breast Imaging Academy (NBIA), in partnership with Health Education England elearning for healthcare (elfh), launched their elearning programme for radiographers, radiologists and breast clinicians.

This is the thirteenth update about the programme; the remaining elearning sessions are in development and due to be completed in early 2022.

What’s new?

There are 124 elearning sessions available on the elfh hub.  The most recently added sessions include:

  • Adjuvant Systemic Therapy Part 2
  • Assessment for Responsible Assessors
  • Breast Conserving Surgery
  • Specimen Processing in Pathology
  • The NHS Breast Screening Programme
  • Training and Education in Breast Imaging

Additional sessions will be added to the elearning catalogue as soon as they are ready.

What can I expect from the elearning sessions?

The interactive elearning sessions cover a wide range of topics on breast imaging and relevant aspects of surgery, oncology, pathology, nursing, and risk and prevention.

In addition to the recently added elearning sessions listed above, you can also access:

  • Breaking Bad News
  • Invasive Lobular Carcinoma of the Breast
  • Mammographic Imaging of the Augmented Breast
  • Mentoring and Preceptorship in Radiology
  • Neoadjuvant Systemic Therapy
  • Radiotherapy

What is the NBIA?

For further information about the NBIA please visit:

More information and accessing the sessions

For more information about the programme, including access to the elearning sessions, visit the NBIA programme page.

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