Advanced Radiology Training
This is divided in to 1 year of consolidation and 1 year of subspecialty training with the option of extending subspecialty training back into year 4 to meet training requirements in specific areas such as intervention and nuclear medicine.
Consolidation (Year 4)
The aim of this year 4 programme is for the StR to finish the year competent to run CR,US and general CT and MR reporting lists solo at a pace expected of a new consultant. This is achieved through a senior DGH attachment for 6 months and a 6 month attachment at the N&N where StRs become leads in CT and US.
Subspecialty training (Year 5)
The Norwich Radiology training scheme offers a number of subspecialty training programmes including musculoskeletal, breast, chest, intervention, oncology, gastrointestinal, urogenital and head and neck with access to other subspecialty modules available at Addenbrooke’s and Papworth.