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The NHS Radiology Conference 2022

08:00 am
07 Apr, 2022
Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel

The NHS Radiology Conference 2022

The NHS Radiology Conference series provides a safe and secure platform for NHS imaging professionals to meet with peers, share insights and listen to live guest presentations delivered by sector-leading speakers and innovators. Delegates can expect to benefit from live keynote presentations from UK policymakers, meet-the-supplier sessions, live Q&A time and much more.

Medical Imaging is fundamental in the delivery of modern medicine and is an essential part of many NHS treatments being delivered today. Clinical Radiologists use medical imaging techniques to investigate, diagnose, and monitor diseases and injuries while interventional radiologists use imaging-guided techniques to carry out minimally invasive surgery that have positive outcomes for patient experience, discharge time and reducing fatalities.

NHS England and Improvement recently set out initial plans to develop and implement collaborative imaging networks. The benefits of imaging networks are vast and include:

  • Improved local treatment delivery.
  • Reduced risk of missed diagnosis.
  • Improved availability of images and other test results.
  • Improved access to the most innovative imaging equipment.
  • And more flexible working opportunities for staff.

The Royal College of Radiologists recently published the Policy Priorities for Clinical Radiology 2021-2026 report, the report identified 3 key areas of scale-up needed to ensure the highest standard of patient treatment is delivered, these areas include:

  • Maximising the radiology workforce.
  • Providing the adequate tools to enhance patient care.
  • And supporting new models of delivery.

Our upcoming event will provide the NHS Imaging community with a timely platform to listen, learn and share insights based on the new models of care and delivery proposed by the sectors leading policymakers.

Research sources for The NHS Radiology Conference 2022: Royal College of Radiologists, NHS England, and Improvement, HTN, NHS Digital

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NHS Radiology Conference: Collaborating for National Improvement Overview:

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68.2% of Attendees were at Senior Management Level or above.

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The NHS Radiology Conference 2022 Key Subjects

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Who will Attend

  • Chairs
  • Chief Executives
  • Chief Nurses/Directors of Nursing
  • Clinical Commissioning Group Members
  • Clinical Directors/Leaders
  • Commercial Directors/Managers
  • Contracts Directors/Managers
  • Director/Heads of Workforce and HR
  • Director/Heads of Operations
  • Directors /Heads of Finance
  • Directors/Heads of Commissioning/Procurement
  • Directors/Heads of Efficiency and Productivity
  • Directors/Heads of Organisational Development
  • Directors/Heads of Patient Engagement
  • Directors/Heads of Policy
  • Directors/Heads of Service Transformation
  • Directors/Heads of Staff Engagement/Training/HR
  • Directors/Heads of Strategy and Transformation
  • Estates and Facilities Directors/Managers
  • Finance Directors
  • Head of Commissioning Support Units
  • Improvement Programme Managers/Directors
  • NHS Trust Directors and Senior Managers
  • Operations/Performance Directors
  • Pharmacy Directors and Heads of Medicines Management
  • Service Improvement Directors

Your Pass Includes....

  • Live and Interactive best practice sharing
  • Meet the supplier opportunities
  • Take away content material
  • Access to live peer to peer networking area
  • Prize Draws

Sponsors & Partners

The Agenda


Registration, Networking & Breakfast

Registration, Networking & Breakfast


Chairs Opening Address

Dr. Ramdas Senasi
Consultant Radiologist
City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust
Chairs Opening Address


Why Imaging Networks Matter

Kim Robertson
Head of Imaging Services Transformation
NHS England & Improvement
At the most challenging times for Imaging Services post-pandemic, why do Imaging Networks matter? This presentation will re visit the benefits of Imaging Networks from a workforce, patient and service perspective. Building on the investment made throughout the pandemic. It will give insight into progress in this important transformation for Imaging services in England.


Greater Manchester Clinical Support Services

Chris Sleight
Greater Manchester Clinical Support Services Director – Chair of the Greater Manchester Imaging Network
Greater Manchester Provider Federation Board
Greater Manchester Clinical Support Services


Putting Policy into Practice

Gill Holroyd
Clinical Collaboration Lead
Cheshire & Merseyside Radiology Imaging Network
I will discuss some of the successes and challenges we have faced when implementing radiology transformation projects. I will focus on five projects: Development of a new radiology dashboard. Reducing the risk of missed radiology diagnosis Shoulder pain virtual education and treatment post-ultrasound-guided injection. Improving interventional radiology efficiency. Looking towards more joined-up radiology on-call service.


Deep Learning for Image Search to Accelerate Thorax CT Assessment

Prof. Georg Langs
Chief Scientist
Discusses the challenges of diagnosing ILDs and the practical impact of machine learning in radiological practice. Quantitative profiles turn imaging data into signatures that can enter treatment decisions for complex ILD cases. Quantification of disease patterns and image-based search enables the comparison of CT images with known findings to help recognise tissue changes and perform reliable differential diagnosis.


Q&A Panel

Q&A Panel


Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments

Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments


Chairs Morning Reflection

Dr. Ramdas Senasi
Consultant Radiologist
City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust
Chairs Morning Reflection


Contrast Media in Paediatric Neuroradiology

Dr Kshitji (Kish) Mankad
Clinical Lead for Paediatric Neuroradiology & Associate Professor
Great Ormond Street Hospital, University College London Hospital
Contrast Media in Paediatric Neuroradiology


CAMRIN journey to establish their network.

Gill Holroyd
Clinical Collaboration Lead
Cheshire & Merseyside Radiology Imaging Network
Alexi Shenton
Programme Lead
An overview of the journey that Cheshire & Merseyside Radiology Imaging Network has taken in their network development. Covering the programme of change, barriers and benefits


Q&A Panel

Q&A Panel


Networking and Lunch

Networking and Lunch


Chairs Afternoon Address

Dr. Ramdas Senasi
Consultant Radiologist
City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust
Chairs Afternoon Address


Diagnostic accuracy of the intra-renal resistive index in diagnosis of diabetic nephropathy keeping urine albumin-creatinine ratio as gold standard

Mr. Jan Sher Khan
Clinical Fellow, Surgery
Ninewells Hospital, NHS Tayside
Resistive index on the US is a sensitive and specific tool for the detection of DN. As such, it is a useful radiological tool for the diagnosis of DN in adults and further studies are recommended to confirm its usefulness.

Tickets For NHS Senior Managers

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