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Subeditors at Radiopaedia.org are members of the general editorial team who work predominantly in the domain of content development.
Subeditors are predominantly involved in the development of content at Radiopaedia.org along with moderation of contributions. They work with the site and senior editors to maintain the content of Radiopaedia.org to the highest standard. Subeditors review articles and the cases attached to articles to ensure that the articles people rely on are up to date and complemented by the highest quality cases we can find.
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Invitation from the senior editorial team usually occurs when a user is actively involved in the development of Radiopaedia.org with regular case uploads and article edits that are high quality.
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