Breast Imaging Course


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National Breast Imaging Academy (BIA)

The National Breast Imaging Academy (BIA) is a programme that complements clinical learning for radiographers, radiologists, and breast clinicians.

This online training has been developed in the UK by the National Breast Imaging Academy in collaboration with the Scientific Computing team at the Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust, NHS England, and e-learning for healthcare.

This ensures this course meets the highest training standards and offers a world-class e-learning experience.

In Partnership with: NHS

eLearning for Healthcare

Online Breast Imaging Course

This is a comprehensive e-learning programme that complements face-to-face clinical learning for radiographers, radiologists and clinicians undertaking all breast imaging training programmes.

Available to healthcare professionals around the world, the programme provides interactive learning sessions on a wide range of breast imaging topics alongside relevant aspects of pathology, surgery, nursing, oncology and risk prevention and highlights the role of the breast imager within the breast multidisciplinary team.

The programme will also provide valuable continuing professional development for established staff seeking to refresh their knowledge and stay up to date.


  • Enhance face-to-face training for radiographers, radiologists and breast clinicians.
  • Better understanding of a wide range of breast imaging topics.
  • Developed in partnership with the UK’s top clinical specialists.

Breast Imaging Course Details

The e-learning programme is made up of over 150 e-learning sessions.

The sessions cover all aspects of breast imaging and relevant aspects of surgery, oncology, pathology, nursing, and risk and prevention for both trainees and qualified staff.

After an introductory module, topics such as techniques in mammography, ultrasound and MRI as well as evaluation and then communication are covered.  Further modules cover topics including intervention, screening, disease, cancer management and working in a multidisciplinary team.

Additional sessions covering the topics below are also included.

– Clinical Presentations: Breast Lump
– Working on a Mobile Unit
– Tips for Reading Screening Mammograms
– Screening: Women’s Experiences
– Pregnancy and Lactation
– Day in the Life of a Clinical Oncologist


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150 Hours.




Suitable for all oncologists, radiologists, clinicians and healthcare professionals


12 months from registration on LMS.