MRad in Edmonton, AB (October 2, 2024)

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$1,225.00 CAD

DATE: October 2, 2024

PRICE: $1,225.00 + 5% GST

LOCATION: Hilton Garden Inn West Edmonton, 17610 Stony Plain Rd, Edmonton, AB T5S 1A2 


  • CFPC MAINPRO+ : 9.5 credits

  • RCPSC MOC under Section 2 : 19 credits (at 2 credits per hour)



MRad Course focuses on daily X-ray & CT Head interpretation aiming at picking up the common pathologies and detecting the regular pitfalls encountered in daily clinical practice be it in our Emergency Rooms, Urgent Cares or Hospital floors. We cover all anatomical sites.

Our Faculty consists of Consultant Radiologists & Emergency Physicians who have years of clinical & reporting experience. We emphasize the importance of clinical signs with diagnostic imaging findings.

We allow for much interaction & discussion to reinforce the important take-home points. By the end of the course, the clinician will have acquired numerous practice changing tips. We provide the clinician with a systematic approach to all plain film interpretation as well as CT head.



• Develop a systematic approach to the interpretation of any plain adult or paediatric radiograph

• Learn how to interpret plain chest & abdominal X-ray pathology

• CT Head interpretation

• Learn how to identify skeletal as well as soft tissue injury



Emergency, Urgent Care, Hospitalists, Family Physicians, Allied Healthcare personnel.


Dr. Neehar Arya

  • Emergency & Critical Care Medicine Physician

  • Site Postgraduate Medical Education Director / Coordinator

  • Clinical Faculty & Lecturer, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Alberta

  • Sturgeon Community Hospital, St. Albert, AB


Dr. Jeffery Bird, MD, FRCPC

  • General and Abdominal Radiologist, Central Alberta Medical Imaging Services and Red Deer Regional Hospital, Red Deer, AB

  • Clinical Lecturer, Department of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging, University of Alberta

  • Abdominal Imaging and Intervention Fellowship Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard University, Boston, MA


Dr. Mitchell P. Wilson, MD, FRCPC

  • Body Imaging Fellow, Department of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging, University of Alberta

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