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SENSE MAKING: Advance X-Ray and CT Imaging of the Chest

24 & 31 October 2023

Imaging of the chest plays a critical role in the diagnosis and management of patients with pulmonary pathologies. Chest X-ray (CXR) and Computed Tomography (CT) of the Chest are prime diagnostic imaging technologies that facilitate accurate problem identification, prognosis, assessment, intervention, and monitoring of therapy outcomes.

Cardiopulmonary physiotherapists, especially those working in on-call situations or without direct access to radiologist's reports, should acquire the skills of interpreting an unreported CXR or Chest CT as part of their physiotherapy assessment.  Similarly, radiographers should also obtain the knowledge of interpreting the radiological images that they have acquired, in order to facilitate the timely management of patients with urgent pulmonary pathologies. 

Over the span of 2 half-days, participants will learn to recognise major thoracic and pulmonary anatomy on CXR and Chest CT, and distinguish between normal and abnormal radiological appearances of chest and lung pathologies. This course will enable the participants to apply the acquired knowledge in their routine clinical practice for better patient management and outcome.

For the course brochure, click here. 


To register (internet access is required), scan the following QR code or click on the web link.  Registration closes on 27 September 2023, Wednesday.


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By registering, participant has agreed to PGAHI Terms & Conditions.


Course Details

24 & 31 October 2023, Tuesday



8.00 am - 1.00 pm


2 Half Days

Fees (inclusive of 8% GST):
S$520 (SingHealth staff)
S$580 (Regular)

Registration Closing Date:
27 September 2023, Wednesday


Training Mode:



Zoom Cloud Meetings

(Details of the meeting link will be sent to successful registrants nearer the course date)


Target Audience:

- Physiotherapists with 2–3 years of working experience who require reading or interpreting of chest imaging in their practice on a regular basis

- Radiographers with 2–3 years of working experience and limited knowledge on Computed Tomography, who have an interest in reading or interpreting chest imaging