Emergency Radiology Course - Online
Over 8 hours of on-demand video
Online case-based review of emergency radiology featuring over 8 hours of video recordings by Dr Andrew Dixon, A/Prof Frank Gaillard and guests. English subtitles and a certificate are provided. Updated 25 July 2020 with 4 new videos and 36 review questions.
This course teaches key concepts in the interpretation of emergency imaging (see course topics) and is ideal for health professionals involved in the emergency care of patients including doctors, nurses, radiographers and medical students.
3 Months Access
Online access to all course content for 3 months
12 Months Access
Online access to all course content for 12 months
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- over 8 hours of expert video teaching
- 36 review questions
- English subtitles
- official course certificate
- Upper limb injuries Andrew Dixon (56 mins)
- Lower limb injuries Andrew Dixon (60 mins)
- Chest emergencies Andrew Dixon (56 mins)
- Abdominal emergencies Andrew Dixon (59 mins)
- Brain emergencies - not bleeds Andrew Dixon (44 mins) NEW
- Brain emergencies - bleeds Andrew Dixon (50 mins) NEW
- Head, neck and spine emergencies Frank Gaillard (60 mins)
- Small but important fractures Andrew Murphy (46 mins) NEW
- Case review session Jeremy Jones (5 cases, 16 mins) NEW
Additional emergency videos
- Brain emergencies Frank Gaillard (84 mins)
- Pediatric emergencies Jeremy Jones (26 mins)
Please note that major trauma is not covered in this course as we have a dedicated Trauma Radiology Course to teach this in more detail.
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An official course certificate is awarded to all those who complete the course and is downloadable from the user's 'courses' page.
All attendees receive a certificate of course attendance.
- Royal College of Radiologists 8 Category 1 CPD points awarded.
Dr Andrew Dixon (@DrAndrewDixon) is a radiologist and co-Director of Radiology Training at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He is recognized both locally and internationally as an engaging radiology educator. In addition to his academic director role with Radiopaedia.org, Andrew has founded the Radiology Channel on YouTube and the Radiology Signs social media project.
Associate Professor Frank Gaillard (@frankgaillard) is a neuroradiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. After obtaining his FRANZCR in 2009, Frank completed two years of fellowship training in neuroradiology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital. He is renowned globally as the founder and editor in chief of Radiopaedia.org and as an inspiring radiology educator.
Dr Jeremy Jones (@dr_jbj) is a consultant pediatric radiologist at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh, UK and an honorary senior clinical lecturer of the University of Edinburgh. He has subspecialty interests in pediatric neuro and pediatric musculoskeletal imaging. He is Lead for Undergraduate Radiology at Edinburgh Medical School and also the Lead for Technology Enhanced Learning for the Medical Education Directorate of NHS Lothian.
Andrew Murphy (@murph1990) is a radiographer based in Brisbane who holds a master’s degree in Medical Imaging Science specializing in radiographic image interpretation. He has a passion for teaching and works actively to advance the profile of the radiography profession. In additional to being a managing editor for Radiopaedia, he is an editorial board member for the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences and Chair of the Queensland branch of ASMIRT.
Dr Andy Buck (@EDExam) is an emergency physician and experienced emergency medicine educator. He is the founder of EDExam.com.au, a website containing resources for emergency medicine trainees. He is also course director of the Emergency Trauma Management Course, an emergency focused trauma course that combines simulation, skills workshops, interactive presentations and expert instructors to bring a fresh approach to teaching.