Course details

Start date

13 December 2018


Kedleston Road, Derby Campus

Lecture/workshop days - dates/times

9:30am – 4pm

Course description

The day will cover the basics of how to analyse a chest x-ray, projectional and positional differences which have an impact on image analysis. The main content of the study day will discuss the critical care findings on a Chest X-ray ranging from the post-operative findings and intensive care chest. There will be a particular focus on lines and tube positions within the chests (correct and incorrect positioning) as well as a focus on infections.

Who is this course for?

Open to any nursing/allied health professional who as part of their clinical role is required to acquire or provisionally look at a Chest X-ray in the Critical care setting.

Course team

Claire Carter

Entry requirements

It is expected that you would have completed a foundation level of communication skills training prior to booking on the study days.

Fees and funding


How to apply

Apply via webshop here.

Contact us

Course: Claire Carter (Module leader)  +44 (0)1332 591044

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Minimum numbers

Please note that this course is subject to minimum numbers in order to run.