Our 2-Day Onsite Knee and Shoulder MRI Mini Fellowship and Workstation Workshop will be in Bengaluru, India on the 17th & 18th September 2022 and registration is now OPEN.


It’s for you if you are at a beginner to intermediate level in reporting Knee and Shoulder MRI. This is a complete course and will cover all you need to know about Knee and Shoulder MRI to assess and report the scans you see at work confidently. We will spend a day on each joint and cover the abnormalities that we commonly see in daily reporting.


The mini fellowship is hands on and aimed at enabling you to learn, practice and retain knowledge and to go back to work reporting the MRI scans on your list more confidently and accurately.

How I Learnt in My Fellowship

During my Fellowship, I learnt through a combination of reading, seeing lots of cases and having a mentor sitting next to me who could answer specific questions, point out abnormalities and how to find them and how to report them. Which is a very effective method of learning.

What If You Can’t do a Fellowship

But a lot of people either don’t have access to or don’t have the time for a 1 or 2 year fellowship…and they then miss out. They try to learn by reading or going to conferences full of power-point presentations, which might give you information, but  don’t make you confident in how to assess, interpret and report a scan.

Our Guided Mini Fellowships are different

We structure our Courses to reproduce the Fellowship method I learnt in.


A much more effective way of learning and retaining knowledge than the standard conferences or just reading.


What you will learn in the mini Fellowship can be immediately applied to improve your confidence in daily reporting.


Pre Learn in the days before the event to get more out of the Mini Fellowship. Post Workshop review to reinforce and help you remember what you have learnt. These are done online at a time that suits you.


Having guidance is essential to learn anything, as its hard to learn if you can't clear doubts. We go through scans together and you can ask questions at anytime to clear any doubts.


View and learn how to confidently report 100's of cases with multiple abnormalities, on your individual workstation, like you do at work.


Learn all the background knowledge you need to know to assess, diagnose and report a scan.


A diagnosis begins with a strong knowledge of the radiological anatomy. We make the MSK anatomy easy to learn and recognise.


Why pathology? Understanding the important macroscopic pathology of an abnormality makes interpreting the imaging findings easier.


One of the most popular aspects of our courses. Video explanations of Whats normal, Whats abnormal, Where to look and What to look for.


New quizzes to confirm your understanding.


CPD points by RANZCR, recognized by most international licensing bodies. We will confirm the number shortly but its usually >30CPD points.


A Certificate of Completion for having completed both the Onsite Mini Fellowship.

What do people like you, who attended our MRI Mini Fellowships say?

Thank you so much for this wonderful conference...I learnt a lot,..Now Knee & Shoulder appear to be easy while Reporting.

Dr. Kunal India

Thank you for the amazing course, impressive and unique teaching experience. Teaching of Concepts was good and cleared a lot of doubts which I had during my routine practice

Dr. Chirine Lebanon

Systematic and logical management of the course. Thank you very much for this course. I appreciate the efforts of Dr. Ravi , who is behind the best radiology course I have taken so far, which has taken me considerably further than any book in a relatively short time.

Dr. Nikolas Germany

Thanks for this excellent workshop. I'm learning loads. I was very apprehensive about reporting MSK cases. But thanks to you, i feel more confident now. You have beautifully managed to provide maximum information, in, as structured and simplified manner, as possible.

Dr. Indu India

Thank you for the wonderful workshop. I would say this is the best MSK workshop/ course which I have attended. Thank you so much! Really appreciate your effort!

Dr. Phil USA


We have a combination of methods to make sure that you learn as much as possible in the shortest amount of time.

  1. Individual workstations
  2. 100s of new dicoms
  3. Live demonstration and discussion of dicoms
  4. Ask any questions and clear your doubts.
  5. Learn how to report different abnormalities
  6. Quizzes
  7. Repetition and reviews to help you remember better.

Most onsite courses just have someone presenting slides with minimal interaction with the audience. That is no way to properly learn.

We demonstrate live on dicoms that you have on your individual workstation which can scroll and follow. We  guide you in Where to look, What to look for and How to word your report.

It's important to us that at the end of the Mini Fellowship that you are confident to assess and report the scans that you will see at work.

Asking questions and clearing doubts, no matter how small, is a very important part of learning. It stops the anxiety of not knowing and your feeling that something is being missed.

At most onsite courses you may get a chance to ask questions if you are lucky and usually at the end of the session.  That is no way to learn.

We take and answer questions and live demonstrate findings at any time in the sessions to clear doubts as we go along. If you have a doubt you will be able to ask and get an answer.

The Pre and Post Course Learning is done online and can be accessed though our Learning Management System.

The aim of it is that you you learn some of the key concepts before the Onsite Course and then Post course keep reviewing conditions we have discussed. This significantly helps you to retain and remeber what you have learnt.

The Onsite Mini-fellowship  is recognized for CPD points by RANZCR (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists). Most of our courses gather over 30 CPD points. We will confirm shortly the number of points.

RANZCR CPD points are recognized by most Licensing and Health Authorities around the world including RCR in the UK. Please also check with your individual licensing authority.

Yes, we issue a Certificate of Completion at the end of the Onsite Course. We will also have Course Badges that can be added to your LinkedIn Profile or shared to Social media.

This Mini Fellowshipis for beginners to Intermediate level experience in Knee and Shoulder MRI. This is separate and complete course in itself and ou do not need to have done our Online Mini Fellowships.

If you have done a formal MSK Fellowship or have significant experience in reporting MSK MRI, we will soon have an advanced courses for you.

You do need to be a Health Professional. The course is not open to the general public.

We have Consultant and Trainee Radiologists, Rheumatologists, Orthopedic Surgeons and Sports Medicine Physicians attending our courses and the workshop will be suitable for any Medical Doctor who has an interest in or deals with Knee and Shoulder abnormalities.

By registering for the course you confirm that you are a Health Professional and agree to the terms of service. 

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