The world is currently facing a challenge that is unlike any other in history. We, at Radiopaedia, feel a strong duty to support healthcare professionals around the globe as much as we can during this unprecedented time of need.
Access to quality information
Over the last month, our volunteer editorial team and contributors have created a reference article on COVID-19 that is of outstanding quality. It is being kept constantly up to date with the latest information, from epidemiology through to detailed radiology considerations, with a large number of imaging cases available. Over 600,000 people have accessed the article so far, including those on the frontline where it is needed most.
Supporting online education
Radiopaedia has also responded to the educational impact of canceled classes and events around the world. We have applied a 25% discount across all our online courses to help support online education during this period of lockdowns and uncertainty. The discount will remain in place until at least May 30.
Improving global affordability
We have also been motivated by recent events to revise our country tiers to allow cheaper access to our complete online course library in more countries. We now offer free all-access passes in 125 low and middle income countries with Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador and Peru having been added. Many countries have also been switched to our Tier 2 pricing (including Chile, Greece, Hungary, Saudi Arabia and more) or our Tier 3 pricing (including Brazil, China, Mexico, South Africa and more).
Thanking the team
We'd like to say a big thank you to all our supporters, contributors and our amazing editorial team for their efforts during this period, and especially to Dr Daniel J Bell who has worked tirelessly. This kind of response would not be possible without the huge collaborative energy and spirit of volunteerism that sits at the very core of Radiopaedia.
- Dr Andrew Dixon, Dr Jeremy Jones & Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard
14 individual cases of COVID-19 contributed to Radiopaedia by Dr Fabio Macori, Dr Edgar Lorente, Dr Bahman Rasuli, Dr Domenico Nicoletti, Dr Chong Keng Sang, Anton Aubanell Creus, Dr Fateme Hosseinabadi, Dr Yair Glick & Dr Ali Mashalla Åhre.