With an ageing population, the use of DXA examinations to detect signs of osteoporotic changes will play a pivotal role in diagnosis of this condition alongside recommendations on its management. DXA examinations are extremely operator dependent and very sensitive to discrepancies in technique in particular.
Who is this course for?
This course is directed towards healthcare professionals currently involved in the acquisition of DXA scans and referring clinicians who wish to understand more about the modality and the correct interpretation of scan data. Applicants must hold a primary degree in healthcare e.g. medicine, radiography, physiotherapy, nursing or equivalent and provide evidence of available clinical support for completion of the practical portfolio requirements.