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Register to watch our recent EverLearning Lecture

Chest Imaging: Secrets and forgotten pearls

presented by Dr Conor Murray

The recent lecture in our series is hosted by Dr Conor Murray.

Key learning objectives:

The aim of this lecture is to help you improve your detection and utilization of the abnormalities that are present on the majority of the chest imaging you report. We will review some old knowledge that is all but lost to radiologists, how and why to see and report on airways disease, how to handle lung nodules in the world outside the Fleischner society and how to confidently diagnose common and important abnormalities of the heart on a chest CT, amongst other secrets and pearls.

This webinar provides 1 CPD credit in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists and RANZCR. CPD points are issued within a month of viewing. 
Kindly note that this event is exclusively for healthcare professionals working in imaging. Please declare your profession in the form.


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presented by

Dr Conor Murray MB BS, DCH, FRANZCR

Conor Murray is a career chest and cardiac clinical and academic radiologist from Perth and has been with Everlight for 8 years.

Conor graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1992. After completion of a Diploma of Child Health in 1995, Conor completed training in radiology in WA. Thereafter, Conor completed advanced fellowships in paediatric radiology, focusing on paediatric cardiac MRI, and adult thoracic imaging and intervention at the University Health Network in Toronto in 2001-2002. Conor was awarded the RANZCR Baker fellowship in 2002 for his training in adult cardiac MRI.

Conor commenced appointments as a consultant radiologist at Princess Margaret and Royal Perth Hospitals in 2003, now specialising exclusively in thoracic and cardiac imaging at these sites. Conor previously worked as an associate and partner at Perth Radiological Clinic from 2002-208, acquiring a broad range of skills with particular experience in musculoskeletal ultrasound and image guided biopsy and analgesia.

Conor’s current research interests are early detection of structural lung disease in cystic fibrosis, CT and MRI for planning of electrophysiological cardiac intervention, and the utilisation of low dose CT for the prevention of cancer. Conor has given numerous invited lectures at state and national meetings and is an author of more than 10 publications in peer-reviewed journals. Conor has served as the honorary Chair of the W.A Branch of the FRANZCR from 2005-2008 and has an active interest in College matters, particularly training and education.