Norwich Image Interpretation Course

Heidi Nunn (Advanced Practice Reporting Radiographer)

Further Information


Who are Heidi and David Nunn?

Heidi is an Advanced Practice Reporting Radiographer, reporting plain radiograph referrals from A&E, GPs, rheumatology, outpatients and inpatients. She is based at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and the Norwich Radiology Academy, UK, previously at Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. She is the author of all of the radiological information on this website.

David is a Consultant Anaesthetist, also at the Norfolk & Norwich, who has an interest in computer programming and web site creation. This website was designed by David, who runs Medical Web Systems as a sole trader. Other projects have included the website for the Vascular Anaesthesia Society of Great Britain and Ireland (VASGBI), and for some non-medical sites. He has also created numerous other programs, including a multi award-winning program for booking patients onto emergency theatre lists.

Read about us on Page 2 of the April 2008 edition of "The Pulse"
(in-house magazine for the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust)

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How widely used is this website?
Number of certificates awarded:

ModuleNumber
ankle4,904
cervical3,546
elbow5,876
facial3,502
foot5,148
hand8,028
knee4,834
pelvis4,300
shoulder5,420
thoracolumbar3,256
tumour2,634
wrist6,663
Total number issued: 58,111
Further Learning Opportunities
Modules in e-LfH useful for image interpretation include:
  • Radiology (R-ITI)
  • Interpretation of Radiological Images (e-IRI)

Images from this website have been used in the following books and courses:
1) Advanced Assessment and Treatment of Trauma, ed M D Panté and A N Pollak (2010, pub. Jones & Bartlett)
2) Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2nd ed., auth R V Aghababian (2011, pub Jones & Bartlett)
3) Pediatric Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, auth/ed Dr John Sarwark and Dr Cynthia LaBella. (Spring 2010)
4) Professional Paramedic Series, Volume III: Trauma Care and EMS Operations, auth R Beebe and J Myers (Oct 2010)
5) Forensic Science Programme (A&E's International Affiliate) A Algus
6) PhD Thesis (Sara Flood, Australia)
7) Local emergency department guidelines (Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Lancaster Royal Infirmary)

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