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ANZ Branch Webinar: Non-accidental Injury
September 21 @ 20:00 - 21:00 AESTFree – $10
Join the ANZ branch of the IAFR for their next webinar “Non-accidental Injury (NAI)” presented by Queensland Children’s Hospital (QCH). ‘’
In this webinar Dr Gillian Long and Fiona Franklin will introduce NAI, injuries suspicious of
NAI and explain how it is diagnosed at QCH. The imaging pathway, examination challenges,
protocol and positioning of patients will be explored. The Radiologist’s perspective on
interpreting images in cases of NAI, providing a statement to the police and being an expert
witness in court will be discussed.
IAFR Member- Free
ASMIRT/NZMIRT Member $5
(NB: This is an interim special pricing arrangement to support the implementation of the new eLearning platform & there is no requirement for IAFR members to register on TryBooking but we recommend you do, as we send updates through the TryBooking email system)
Meet out presenters:
Gillian Long is Radiologist who works at Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane and also with IMED Radiology at Redcliffe.
Gillian has previously worked at both the Royal Children’s and the Mater Children’s Hospitals in Brisbane, and at Sheffield Children’s Hospital in England. Gillian graduated from the University of Southampton and pursued a variety of clinical positions in England including Paediatrics and General Practice before training in Radiology and spending a year as a Paediatric Radiology Fellow at British Columbia Children’s Hospital in Vancouver. Gillian has a broad range of interests across many branches of Paediatric Radiology and across all modalities.
Fiona Franklin Radiographer Advanced Educator – Queensland Children’s Hospital
Fiona has been a radiographer for over 20 years, studying at Christchurch Institute of Technology, and working in mostly large public hospitals starting in Dunedin, New Zealand, before moving to Sydney, over to London, and then back to Brisbane. Fiona has worked in General Radiography and MRI as well as specialising in paediatrics after starting at the Mater Children’s Hospital in 2007, and then moving to the Queensland Children’s Hospital when it opened in 2014. Since then as well as working in the education team Fiona has developed a passion for staff mental health and wellbeing before moving into the role of radiographer advanced educator in 2022. She is hoping to complete her Research master’s degree by the end of this year, studying paediatric medical imaging staff mental health and wellbeing.