What is Radiopaedia.org ?
Radiopaedia is a rapidly growing open-edit educational radiology resource which has been primarily compiled by radiologists and radiology trainees from across the world. Our mission is to create the best radiology reference, and to make it available for free, forever... read more.
How to get involved
If you are new to Radiopaedia.org or interested in contributing or collaborating for the first time, we recommend familiarisation with a few initial steps.
- general guide: basic principles in understanding the workings and structure of this site
- getting started: simple ways in which you can look after this site
- where your help or expertise may be most needed
- articles: how to create and refine article content through time
- cases: how to upload an ideal case and maintain under your own individual case file
The following YouTube screencast tutorials cover the very basics in creating articles and cases:
If you just want to have a practice on how editing works - do have a play in our "sandbox" page.
Our editors are always hard at work creating and refining site content. You can find a list of current and past editorial projects here.
Radiopaedia.org is more than just a reference site.
- radiopaedia courses: we have started to run various courses; attend in person or online.
- radiology channel: our youtube channel which contains video tutorials on various topics
- radiology signs: tumblr blog
- playlists: collate, group or share your favourite cases from either your own case library or from others
- tumblr feed: a dedicated tumblr feed for the site
- iOS radiology teaching files: contains collections of cases with questions, illustrations, answers as well as relevant articles with pathology
- twitter feed and facebook page: includes the case of the day and other information about the site and organisation
- pinterest board: a dedicated pinterest board
- instagram: great cases and other visual delights
- collaborative publications: a great way to team up with other users and submit posters and publications for international conferences and journals
- the radiopaedia blog