Radiology Physics Study Session

$20.00

One hour study session on focused radiology physics topics. See schedule below.

BONUS: Limited time access (end of June 2021) to “in-process” Radiography Physics course with new videos being released this month.

Available Sessions

April 11th, 2021 Radiography Basics
April 14th, 2021 Radiography Image Quality
April 19th, 2021 2D Mammography
April 21st, 2021 3D Mammography
April 26th, 2021 Fluoroscopy Basics
April 28th, 2021 Fluoroscopy Dose Management & Safety
May 2nd, 2021 CT Basics
May 4th, 2021 CT Image Quality
May 5th, 2021 Nuclear Medicine Basics
May 10th 2021 Nuclear Medicine Instrumentation
May 12th, 2021 Nuclear Medicine Regulatory & Safety
May 16th, 2021 Ultrasound Basics
May 19th, 2021 Ultrasound Artifacts
May 23rd, 2021 MRI Basics
May 24th, 2021 MRI Artifacts
May 26th, 2021 Radiation Dose & Effects
Study Session Calendar

Course Features

Radiology Physics Study Sessions

Get prepared for the next step in your journey with our focused study sessions.

Live interactive session.

Limited group size.

Focused topics.

Highlight key concepts.

Reverse classroom format.

Clinical examples provided.

Testimonials

“Karen Brown is an exceptional educator who explains complicated radiology physics concepts simply and makes them practical to radiologists in training.  She is always available to clear up difficult ideas and provide clarification. 

Her lectures and questions were essential to pass the physics part of the boards in my residency training program.  As an Associate Program Director, I am excited to see her expertise offered widely.”

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Lori Mankowski Gettle, MD, MBA

Associate Program Director Diagnostic Radiology Residency

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Donald Flemming, M.D.

Professor of Radiology and Orthopaedics

Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

“I have had the privilege of benefiting from Karen Brown’s teaching both as a residency program director and as a learner. Karen successfully applies adult learning principles and visual aid technology to make complex and confusing medical imaging topics easier to comprehend.

Her lectures are concise and highly valued by our residents. It is no great surprise to me that this talented and dedicated educator has received multiple teaching awards.”

“My residency program has been blessed to have Karen Brown on faculty for several years. She takes a tough subject – physics – and makes it accessible, and relevant, not only for the CORE exam, but for clinical practice. It’s clear she is passionate and dedicated to teaching as she is willing to meet with us 1-on-1 outside of lecture time to go over difficult topics if needed. She develops her own question sets and utilizes reverse classroom techniques to ensure long-term mastery of the material.”

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Sparsh Gola

Chief Resident, PGY-5 (2021-2022)

Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center