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RADIANT AGM 17.6.23 - Programme and Pitch Prep

Updated: Jul 17, 2023

We look forward to welcoming you to our free one day event in Sheffield. Here is all you need to know about the upcoming conference:


 

RADIANT AGM 17th July Programme:


10.00 - 10.30 Registration


10.30 - 10.50 Introduction

Drs Jassel and Jehanli, RADIANT Co-Chairs

10.50 - 11.20 RADIANT Project updates -

Radiological findings in COVID-19 patients.

Dr Anmol Gangi, Consultant Radiologist,

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

CHERUB-6

Dr Orsolya Vittay, Specialty Registrar, Cambridge

University Hospitals Foundation Trust

HCC Surveillance - the patient experience

Dr Aiman Aslam, Academic FY1, NUH, Barts Health

NHS Trust

11.20 - 11.50 Statistics

Mr Tom Parry


11.50 - 12.00 Coffee

12.00 - 12.30 Getting involved in research: experiences from the NIHR PhD fellowship

programme

Prof Nigel Hoggard

12.30 - 13.00 AI Radiology Research

Dr Krit Dwivedi

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch

14.00 - 14.40 Introduction & Brainstorming - Interactive Session

14.40 - 15.20 Project pitches - Interactive Session

15.20 - 15.30 Coffee

15.30 - 16.00 Oral Poster Presentations

16.00 - 16.30 Poster prizes, upcoming projects, future directions

16.30 - 17.00 End

 

Project Pitch Session


This year the project pitch session is returning! Bring your ideas to a small-group brainstorming session. Once you've hashed out your project aims, objectives and more, your group will present your pitch to fellow delegates and get a chance to exchange ideas and different perspectives on building your project. If chosen, RADIANT could help grow your project into our next high-quality research publication, and will support you in spearheading the project should you wish to continue your involvement! So if you have an idea for a project that you want to develop and even lead, join us!


Don't have a research project in mind? Don't worry! This is a collaborative session, designed to get delegates of all levels of experience involved. Come along, hear from other trainees, and contribute to the small-group session to develop their ideas. You may even be inspired by the many RADIANT projects we will be showcasing at our event and come up with an idea on the day!If any of the successful pitches interest you, you will get the opportunity to get involved or even lead these projects.


Take a look at our guide to help you prepare your pitch:

  • Explain the background to the issue/condition/intervention being researched.

  • What is the overall aim of your study?

  • Why is it important?

  • What information are you trying to acquire?

  • What are your inclusion and exclusion criteria?

  • Will you need to gain patient consent?

  • How will you collect and store data?

  • Will this need ethical permission, if so from who?

  • How will this study be funded?

  • Who would supervise this project?

  • Timeline - can this be achieved in <12 months? If not, how long do you estimate this project will take?

 

Speakers


Professor Nigel Hoggard

Professor Hoggard will be sharing his experience of the NIHR PhD fellowship programme and share why trainees should strongly consider applying for the role. Prof Hoggard is a Clinical Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Neuroradiologist at the University of Sheffield. His research interests include diagnostic neuroradiology and novel MR imaging agents. He has published over 90 peer reviewed articles and has a keen interest in supporting trainees to explore research opportunities.


Mr Tom Parry

Tom Parry is a Medical statistician at the UCL Centre for Medical Imaging and member of the RADIANT expert panel. He has made substantial statistical and methodological contributions to over multiple diagnostic accuracy studies, and has provided invaluable support to the RADIANT team for several projects. Mr Parry will be delivering the Statistics Support Package talk at this year's AGM.




Dr Anmol Gangi

Dr Gangi is a former RADIANT co-chair, Consultant Radiologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Clinical Lecturer at Bournemouth University. She is now a member of the RADIANT expert panel and has provided invaluable support and supervision to RADIANT members. Dr Gangi will be delivering an update on two multi-centre RADIANT projects focusing on radiological findings. in COVID-19 patients.



Dr Krit Dwivedi

Dr Dwivedi is a Sheffield-based Radiology Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow focusing on AI in medical imaging and RADIANT AI lead. He will be sharing his experiences of his ACF and discuss developments in AI Radiology research with our delegates.



 

New Project Announcements:


We will be recruiting multiple centres for two RADIANT projects - these will be announced at the AGM, giving our delegates an exclusive opportunity to get involved with the potential to gain authorship for high-quality research. More details TBA!


 

Register here:



Location:


The Royal Hallamshire Hospital is surrounded by four other busy hospitals and the main University of Sheffield campus. There is a multi-storey car park at the front of the hospital but finding a space there is not always easy. There usually parking available in the Durham Road Q-Park carpark which is sited over the road from the Children’s Hospital which is extremely close to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (Durham Road, 2 Clarksob Street, Sheffield, S10 2JA). However, it may be easier to make your visit to the Unit by public transport. Directions for both methods are given below.


The Medical School

Enter the University of Sheffield Medical School via its main entrance on Beech Hill Road or via its entrance on B Road of the Royal Hallamshire site. The Porters’ Lodge next at the Main Entrance on Beech Hill Road.


When you enter the Medical School please take the stairs or lift down to level B and meet us in Lecture Theatre 2 for registration and for our main sessions,

By Car

  • From the M1 North

    • Take Junction 34. At roundabout take 3rd exit and continue over Tinsley Viaduct. At next roundabout take 5th exit (A6178, Sheffield Centre). Continue straight on through Carbrook and Attercliffe following the signs for City Centre (A6109). At Wicker continue straight on towards City Centre, continue through traffic lights and road will bend to the left. Take next right into Castlegate and continue along Bridge St to West Bar Roundabout. Take 1st exit (A57, Glossop). At Broad Lane Roundabout take 3rd exit. At Brook Hill roundabout take 2nd exit. From here, follow the directions for the hospital.

  • From the M1 South

    • Take Junction 33 (A630). Follow signs for Sheffield Centre along dual carriageway for approx. 5 miles. At Park Square Roundabout take 6th exit (Exchange St). Bear left into Castlegate and continue along Bridge St to West Bar Roundabout. Take 1st exit (A57, Glossop). At Broad Lane Roundabout take 3rd exit. At Brook Hill roundabout take 2nd exit. From here, follow the directions for the hospital.

  • Royal Hallamshire Hospital:

    • At second set off traffic lights turn left (Clarkson St, B6069). At traffic lights turn right into Glossop Rd. Continue through 2 sets of traffic lights. Turn right into Beech Hill Rd, then right into hospital grounds (B Road). Follow the signs for the multi-storey car park.


By Train

Sheffield is at the heart of the railway network. Regular services operate between Sheffield and London St. Pancras (2.5 hours), Birmingham (1.25 hours), Leeds (1 hour), York (1 hour), Manchester (1 hour) and Nottingham (1 hour).

There is a direct link from the railway station to the Sheffield Station Supertram stop via the main overbridge and it is a five minute walk from the University Supertram stop to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital; the 40 bus runs from Platform D of the Transport Interchange, Pond Street (1 minute from the railway station across a set of traffic lights)

By Coach

National Express operates a comprehensive coach service to most parts of the country from Sheffield Transport Interchange, Pond Street. The 40 bus runs from Platform D of the Transport Interchange, and there are Supertram links via the railway station (platform 6b) and Commercial Street (it is a five minute walk from the University Supertram stop to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital).


Time:

10am - 5pm, Monday 17th July 2023


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