About Radiopaedia.org Courses
Radiopaedia offers video on demand courses as well as live courses that can be attended in person. Pre-registering for video on demand attracts a 60% discount and is free in 119 low and middle-income countries.
Radiology Review Course - Online
On September 30 we'll be releasing a brand new 5-hour video on demand course. Pre-register now for just $36 and get instant access to a bonus 50-minute neuroradiology video.
Trauma CT Brain Learning Pathway
Interactive learning pathway by Associate Professor Frank Gaillard. Learn how to interpret trauma CT brain with practice cases and MCQs.
Video On Demand Courses
Abdominal Emergency Radiology Course
Over 6 hours of expert video teaching by Dr Vikas Shah & Dr Jeremy Jones. Ideal for any health professionals involved in the assessment and management of patients with emergent abdominal conditions.
Trauma Radiology Course
Over 6 hours of expert video teaching by Dr Andrew Dixon & Dr Craig Hacking. This course focuses on major trauma of the chest, pelvis, abdomen, spine, brain and face. Ideal for any health professionals involved in the care of trauma patients.
Medical Imaging Anatomy Course
Over 6 hours of expert anatomy teaching by Dr Craig Hacking & Dr Andrew Dixon. This course focuses primarily on cross-sectional anatomy on CT and MRI. Ideal for health professionals wanting to improve their anatomy knowledge.
Emergency Radiology Course
Over 6 hours of expert video teaching by Dr Andrew Dixon & Dr Frank Gaillard. This course focuses on limb injuries and emergency conditions of the chest, abdomen, spine, head and neck. Ideal for any health professionals involved in emergency care.
Adult Brain MRI Review Course
Over 6 hours of expert teaching by Associate Professor Frank Gaillard and Dr Andrew Dixon. Topics include cerebral masses, posterior fossa, neurodegenerative disease, white matter disease, pituitary and pineal regions. 6 RCR Cat 1 CPD points.
Neuroradiology Update Course
Over 6 hours of expert video teaching by Associate Professor Frank Gaillard and Professor Peter Mitchell. Topics include cerebral masses, ischaemic stroke, aneursyms and spinal cord. 6 RCR Category 1 CPD points available for this course.