13 episodes

Welcome to THE RADIOLOGY JAM PODCAST.

Series 3: THE PHYSICS PODCAST is now out - a collaboration with Medical Physicist Extraordinaire Joely Smith.

Series 1 & 2: THE FRCR 2B PODCAST gives top tips, differentials lists and knowledge nuggets tailored for the 2b viva exam! To find out more visit www.radiologyjam.com

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Welcome to THE RADIOLOGY JAM PODCAST.

Series 3: THE PHYSICS PODCAST is now out - a collaboration with Medical Physicist Extraordinaire Joely Smith.

Series 1 & 2: THE FRCR 2B PODCAST gives top tips, differentials lists and knowledge nuggets tailored for the 2b viva exam! To find out more visit www.radiologyjam.com

    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 4 - All the echoes! Exploring the Basic Sequences in MRI

    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 4 - All the echoes! Exploring the Basic Sequences in MRI

    Welcome to EPISODE 4 of THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM - All the echoes! Exploring the Basic Sequences in MRI

    This week we explore the basic MRI sequences.. All the echoes! what is spin echo? gradient echo? and spoiled gradient echo?



    The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with the hardest topic first, the one that candidates find most challenging... MRI! To save us from the MRI spiral of doom is Medical Physicist Extraordinaire Joely Smith.

    Joely Smith is an MR Physicist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and an Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London. The team at Radiology Jam are so excited to welcome Joely, who manages to make complex concepts into digestible little nuggets with a sprinkle of fun! Join us! We promise you won’t be bored!

    If there’s anything you want to be covered, let us know!  Send in your questions on twitter @Jam_Radiology or email us at radiologyjampodcasts@gmail.com

    Disclaimer:  At Radiology Jam we offer, among other things, a review of the best available literature necessary to pass the FRCR exam. This podcast is not a substitute for buying and reading that literature but is intended to supplement the best resources on the market. We hope to assist with the digestion of the huge volume of information needed to pass the FRCR. Nothing published by Radiology Jam can or should be taken as medical advice. While best efforts have been taken to ensure that content is accurate and complete at the time of production, it is not guaranteed by Radiology Jam. We welcome comments, corrections and suggestions, however, no liability is accepted for any loss whatsoever resulting from any inaccuracy.

    • 57 min
    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 3 How we use magnets to create an image (part 2)

    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 3 How we use magnets to create an image (part 2)

    Welcome to EPISODE 3 of THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM -How we use magnets to create an image (part 1)

    Following on from last weeks episode the amazing medical physicist Joely Smith explores how the signal created is converted to an image we can see on screen and interpret with our human eyes/brain!



    The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with the hardest topic first, the one that candidates find most challenging... MRI! To save us from the MRI spiral of doom is Medical Physicist Extraordinaire Joely Smith.

    Joely Smith is an MR Physicist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and an Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London. The team at Radiology Jam are so excited to welcome Joely, who manages to make complex concepts into digestible little nuggets with a sprinkle of fun! Join us! We promise you won’t be bored!

    If there’s anything you want to be covered, let us know!  Send in your questions on twitter @Jam_Radiology or email us at radiologyjampodcasts@gmail.com

    Disclaimer:  At Radiology Jam we offer, among other things, a review of the best available literature necessary to pass the FRCR exam. This podcast is not a substitute for buying and reading that literature but is intended to supplement the best resources on the market. We hope to assist with the digestion of the huge volume of information needed to pass the FRCR. Nothing published by Radiology Jam can or should be taken as medical advice. While best efforts have been taken to ensure that content is accurate and complete at the time of production, it is not guaranteed by Radiology Jam. We welcome comments, corrections and suggestions, however, no liability is accepted for any loss whatsoever resulting from any inaccuracy.

    • 46 min
    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 2 How we use magnets to create an image (part 1)

    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 2 How we use magnets to create an image (part 1)

    Welcome to EPISODE 2 of THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM - How we use magnets to create an image (part 1)

    Today we are packing in a lot of important concepts that are crucial for understanding how magnets are used to generate an electric signal from the human body. The signal generated is then encoded and decoded to create an image, which we cover in Episode 3. The extremely complex subject matter (quantum physics no less! ) that are covered in this episode are the essential building blocks of MR physics. It is heavy, but has been simplified down by the amazing medical physicist Joely Smith so even I can understand it!  Below are timestamps for the episode so you can skip straight into the subjects you find most challenging and as always we recommend dipping in and out of the episode and taking your time. Listen on your commute, while your cleaning the kitchen or watering the plants! :) 

    TIMESTAMPS:

    1:51 Recap Episode 1

    3:39: Hydrogen/NMR

    5:40 B0/ Z axis

    7:43 Spin up/spin down

    9:51 The vector M

    12:34 Precession in the transverse plane 

    14:08 Signal creation 

    16:17 Coherence

    17:25 Lamour frequency in B0

    18:50 RF pulse (B1)

    20:05 Free induction decay

    27:11** musical Interlude**// coffee break

    27:20 Recap 

    28:11 Introduction to Relaxation

    28:45 Longitudinal relaxation (spin-lattice/T1)

    30:12 Transverse relaxation (spin-spin/T2)

    31:37 Relaxation aide memoir

    32:51 T1 recovery vs. T2 decay 

    36:43 Ramblings of a hungry radiologist



    The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with the hardest topic first, the one that candidates find most challenging... MRI! To save us from the MRI spiral of doom is Medical Physicist Extraordinaire Joely Smith.

    Joely Smith is an MR Physicist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and an Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London. The team at Radiology Jam are so excited to welcome Joely, who manages to make complex concepts into digestible little nuggets with a sprinkle of fun! Join us! We promise you won’t be bored!

    If there’s anything you want to be covered, let us know!  Send in your questions on Twitter @JamRadiology or email us at radiologyjampodcasts@gmail.com

    Disclaimer:  At Radiology Jam we offer, among other things, a review of the best available literature necessary to pass the FRCR exam. This podcast is not a substitute for buying and reading that literature but is intended to supplement the best resources on the market. We hope to assist with the digestion of the huge volume of information needed to pass the FRCR. Nothing published by Radiology Jam can or should be taken as medical advice. While best efforts have been taken to ensure that content is accurate and complete at the time of production, it is not guaranteed by Radiology Jam. We welcome comments, corrections and suggestions, however, no liability is accepted for any loss whatsoever resulting from any inaccuracy.

    • 40 min
    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 1 Magnetism

    THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 1 Magnetism

    Welcome to THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM!

    The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with the hardest topic first, the one that candidates find most challenging... MRI! To save us from the MRI spiral of doom is Medical Physicist Extraordinaire Joely Smith. 

    Joely Smith is an MR Physicist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and an Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London. The team at Radiology Jam are so excited to welcome Joely, who manages to make complex concepts into digestible little nuggets with a sprinkle of fun! Join us! We promise you won’t be bored!

    If there’s anything you want to be covered, let us know!  Send in your questions on twitter @Jam_Radiology or email us at radiologyjampodcasts@gmail.com



    Disclaimer:  At Radiology Jam we offer, among other things, a review of the best available literature necessary to pass the FRCR exam. This podcast is not a substitute for buying and reading that literature but is intended to supplement the best resources on the market. We hope to assist with the digestion of the huge volume of information needed to pass the FRCR. Nothing published by Radiology Jam can or should be taken as medical advice. While best efforts have been taken to ensure that content is accurate and complete at the time of production, it is not guaranteed by Radiology Jam. We welcome comments, corrections and suggestions, however, no liability is accepted for any loss whatsoever resulting from any inaccuracy.

    • 40 min
    2b Trouble shooters: Cardiac CT and Cardiac MR

    2b Trouble shooters: Cardiac CT and Cardiac MR

    Episode 3 in our TWO B TROUBLE SHOOTERS series is CARDIAC IMAGING - Cardiac CT and Cardiac MR with Dr Ben Ariff, Cardiac Radiologist at Imperial College NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London

    Dr Ariff completed his specialist training in general internal medicine, clinical pharmacology and radiology, providing him with a unique insight and understanding of cardiovascular imaging.

    He is sub-specialised in cardiovascular CT and MR. Dr Ariff is a level 3 trainer in cardiovascular CT and MR as is a course director in accredited CT and CMR courses around the world. He has hands-on experience of most CT and MRI scanners optimising protocols and sequences to ensure bespoke imaging.

    We are so happy to have him join the RADIOLOGY JAM podcast!

    Ben is contactable on twitter @cvimasterclass and for those with a particular interest in cardiac imaging and/or just want to get your "eye in"  I recommend you look at ben's website cvimasterclass.org

    Radiology Jam are now on twitter too,  so do follow us and get in touch @JamRadiology

    Disclaimer:  At Radiology Jam we offer, among other things, a review of the best available literature necessary to pass the FRCR Two B exam.  This podcast is not a substitute for buying and reading that literature, but is intended to supplement the best resources on the market.  We hope to assist with digestion of the huge volume of information needed to pass the FRCR Two B exam and provide an oral review of the best available resources tailored towards the viva component of the FRCR TWO B exam.  Nothing published by Radiology Jam can or should be taken as medical advice.  While best efforts have been taken to ensure that content is accurate and complete at the time of production, it is not guaranteed by Radiology Jam.  We welcome comments, corrections and suggestions, however no liability is accepted for any loss whatsoever resulting from any inaccuracy.

    • 42 min
    2b Trouble Shooters - CARDIAC

    2b Trouble Shooters - CARDIAC

    Episode 2 in our TWO B TROUBLE SHOOTERS series is CARDIAC IMAGING with Dr Ben Ariff, Cardiac Radiologist at Imperial College NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London

    Dr Ariff completed his specialist training in general internal medicine, clinical pharmacology and radiology, providing him with a unique insight and understanding of cardiovascular imaging.

    He is sub-specialised in cardiovascular CT and MR. Dr Ariff is a level 3 trainer in cardiovascular CT and MR as is a course director in accredited CT and CMR courses around the world. He has hands-on experience of most CT and MRI scanners optimising protocols and sequences to ensure bespoke imaging.

    We are so happy to have him join the RADIOLOGY JAM podcast!

    Ben is contactable on twitter @cvimasterclass and for those with a particular interest in cardiac imaging and/or just want to get your "eye in"  I recommend you look at ben's website cvimasterclass.org

    Radiology Jam are now on twitter too,  so do follow us and get in touch @JamRadiology

    Disclaimer:  At Radiology Jam we offer, among other things, a review of the best available literature necessary to pass the FRCR Two B exam.  This podcast is not a substitute for buying and reading that literature, but is intended to supplement the best resources on the market.  We hope to assist with digestion of the huge volume of information needed to pass the FRCR Two B exam and provide an oral review of the best available resources tailored towards the viva component of the FRCR TWO B exam.  Nothing published by Radiology Jam can or should be taken as medical advice.  While best efforts have been taken to ensure that content is accurate and complete at the time of production, it is not guaranteed by Radiology Jam.  We welcome comments, corrections and suggestions, however no liability is accepted for any loss whatsoever resulting from any inaccuracy.

    • 46 min

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