Fellowship in Interventional Radiology

The Department of Radiology offers a 1-year fellowship in Interventional Radiology. The fellowship includes exposure to almost all areas of vascular and non-vascular diagnostic and interventional image-guided procedures. The fellowship provides an integrated experience of clinical care, research, and teaching.

Last Date for Applying: November 10, 2017
Duration of course: 12 months
Eligibility criteria: MD or DNB in Radiodiagnosis



Course Objectives:

At the end of one year the candidate should have achieved the following:

  • Should be well acquainted with the current literature on relevant aspects of the basic, investigative, clinical and interventional cardiovascular sciences.
  • Should have acquired performance skills and ability to interpret relevant clinical investigations.
  • Should be able to diagnose, plan investigations and treat common conditions in the specialty by relevant current therapeutic methods.
  • Should have learned indications and performance skills of common vascular interventional procedures.
  • Should be acquainted with allied and general clinical disciplines to ensure appropriate and timely referral.
  • Should be capable of imparting basic cardiovascular and interventional vascular teaching, training and research.
  • Provide clear, concise, and informative reports that are clinically relevant. They will notify referring clinicians of urgent and emergent findings in a timely fashion and document appropriately.
  • Become proficient in the use of picture archiving computer systems (PACS), online clinical document system, and other computer-based modalities.
  • Demonstrate professional behavior at all times, adhering to ethical principles and demonstrating sensitivity. Senior Residents will be cognizant and respectful of patient confidentiality.

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