Radiopaedia.org on your CV
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At the time the article was created Henry Knipe had no recorded disclosures.View Henry Knipe's current disclosures
At the time the article was last revised Frank Gaillard had the following disclosures:
- Radiopaedia Australia Pty Ltd and Radiopaedia Events Pty Ltd, Director, Founder and CEO (Radiopaedia) (ongoing)
- Biogen Australia Pty Ltd, Investigator-Initiated Research Grant for CAD software in multiple sclerosis: finished Oct 2021 (past)
These were assessed during peer review and were determined to not be relevant to the changes that were made.View Frank Gaillard's current disclosures
Many contributors inquire how best to list Radiopaedia.org contributions on their CV (curriculum vitae) or resume.
Your user profile makes it easier to list your achievements, as well as details of when you first joined Radiopaedia.org and any editorial roles you may have had. As such, linking directly to your user profile is a good way to allow readers to see your actual contributions for themselves.
As far as including your achievements in your CV, and acknowledging that the format is clearly up to the individual, we suggest listing contributions under a separate Publications subheading. For example:
- Publications & Presentations
- Peer review journals
- Presentations at conferences (oral and poster)
- Radiopaedia.org (profile available at www.radiopaedia.org/users/<your login name here>)
- Cases contributed: XX, moderated and published (as of [date])
- Articles written: XX, moderated and published (as of [date])
- Article edits: XX moderated edits (as of [date])
Don't forget to include any editorial position you may have held.