Last revised by Dr Derek Smith on 03 Apr 2018

Achievements are a recent feature of your public profile. They are a way of showcasing to the world some of the ways you have contributed to Radiopaedia. 


There are 6 achievements currently, two of them representing 'current status' and representing the current level of a specific metric. 

  1. supporter
  2. institutional member
  3. collector
    • a level that represents how many public cases you currently have
  4. author
    • a level that represents how many articles you have created
  5. contributor
    • a level that represents how many articles you have edited
  6. moderator
    • a level that represents how many edits you have moderated
    • only available to members of the editorial board


For the 4 achievements based on an incremental metric, there is a level that is related to the value of that metric. Each achievement has 30 levels divided into three groups: bronze (1 - 10), silver (11-20) and gold (21-30). The relationship between the metric and the level is non-linear. For example, the number of additional public cases you need to go from level 1 to 2 is far smaller than the number needed to go from level 21 to 22. 

Each badge has, at its periphery, ten short incremental segments. So a bronze badge with 4 segments is equivalent to Level 4, whereas a gold badge with 7 segments represents level 27 and so on.

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Cases and figures

  • Figure 1: example profile page with achievements
    Drag here to reorder.
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