Radiopaedia 2021 - FAQ

Here's a collection of some of the common questions we receive about the virtual conference and their answers. If you need any further assistance then please email [email protected].


When can I watch the 2021 conference lectures?

On-demand lectures for each day of the conference will be released at UTC 0:00 on the corresponding date for that day (July 19-23) and will remain available for 30 days after the conclusion of the conference, or for 90 days if you are an all-access pass holder. Simply click the blue DAY 1, DAY 2 etc. buttons on the main conference page to see the on-demand lectures. 

For example, all Day 1 lectures will be available after UTC 00:00 on Monday 19 July 2021. Depending on where you live, this may mean that the lectures become available during the afternoon and evening of the day before. This will be the case for attendees in the Americas. 

What time are the lectures? Will they suit my time zone?

All lectures are available on-demand and therefore you do not need to worry about timezones. You can play them at whatever time of day you like. 

The live-stream page will show the same lectures that are available on-demand but will allow delegates to watch together and to chat. The live-stream schedule has sessions starting every 4 hours for the whole 5-day event, so that no matter where you are in the world, you will be able to watch some live sessions. 

Can I watch both the advanced and general stream lectures?

Yes. All delegates can watch any on-demand lecture or live session irrespective of whether it is in the advanced stream or general stream. The content is simply divided into two streams for convenience.  

Is there a deadline for conference registration?

Yes. You will not be able to register for the conference after Friday 23 July 2021, even if you have an all-access pass. All attendees must register by Friday 23 July 2021 (Day 5 of the conference). 

Will the conference lectures be added to the all-access pass afterwards?

Many of the Radiopaedia 2021 lectures will be added to the all-access pass as exclusive content during the second half of 2021, however, some lectures, panel discussions and live cases will be available only during the conference itself.

I'm having playback issues, what can I do?

We use Vimeo players for our conference. Vimeo recommends using the auto setting and if you continue having issues, close all other browser tabs and open the page in an incognito mode on Chrome. 

Do I have to watch on the day to get the certificate? 
No. You do not need to watch live or on the day of the event to get the certificate. You can watch the on-demand lectures at any time during your access period, which extends for 30 days after the event for conference-only delegates and 90 days for all-access pass holders. 
Do I need to complete the review questions?

No, you do not need to complete the questions to receive a certificate. The review questions are provided to increase your learning. If you miss the review questions on the live sessions then you can access these directly from the on-demand version of the talk. 

I registered for conference-only, but can I now upgrade to an all-access pass?
Yes. When logged in you can visit the upgrade section of the conference page to make an extra payment. 
Can I register just for one of the days?

No. Unfortunately, registration is only available for all 5 days. 

What do the different tiers mean? Does tier 1 give me more content?
The pricing tiers are based on your country and are designed to promote global affordability. No matter which tier you are in, you will still be able to access exactly the same conference content as other tiers. check your country tier



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