Radiopaedia.org aims to gather a small fraction of our collective knowledge and case libraries in a single site which can act as a free online reference.
It is really really simple. You don't have to ask permission or send in your CV or references. Just register (which only takes 60 seconds) and start contributing to the fastest growing collaborative radiology resource around. It is a great way to consolidate knowledge, while simultaneously adding to a growing resource that you and your colleagues will be able to use for years to come.
History of Radiopaedia.org
The current site has its roots going back to 23:38 on Tuesday 6th December 2005 when I created an online space to put some of my own notes while I was studying for my fellowship exams. This original site ran from a server at home put together from salvaged parts.
Over the years and with the support of Toshiba medical division (Australia and later also America) we have grown and undergone a number of re-writes. We now have a custom built state-of-the-art platform with thousands of cases, articles and users, with new content being added daily.
So what is the long term mission of Radiopaedia.org? To develop the most comprehensive online resource where information is up to date and relevant to the needs of the radiology community, and to provide that information for free.
All content (except where otherwise stated) is licensed under creative commons which allows for non commercial use, while maintaining attribution privileges for contributors of images.
Every case, every new article and every correction counts. So why not sign up and start contributing now.