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Senior editor

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Senior editors at Radiopaedia.org are part of the editoral team and have responsibility for general content review and development on the site as well as having a major role leading editorial projects


Each senior editor at Radiopaedia.org has editorial rights and the associated responsibilities that come with the role. Collectively, they review all new content that is added to the site under the direction of the managing editors. In particular, they have the responsibility for reviewing new content and ensuring that it meets the quality standards expected at Radiopaedia.org.

They also have the responsibility of developing Radiopaedia.org under the direction of the managing editors, with an active role in leading and developing editorial projects.

How to become a senior editor

Senior editors are appointed to the role after an invitation to apply. The invitation will usually (but not always) be from within the pool of editors

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