Medical Imaging Anatomy Course - Online
Over 6 hours of high definition on-demand video
Online radiology-based anatomy course featuring over 6 hours of live recorded expert video teaching by radiologists Dr Craig Hacking and Dr Andrew Dixon with English captions. For free access in developing countries click here.
All registrants receive a course certificate, unlimited video streaming during your course access period and bonus access to the 50-minute chest emergencies video from our 2015 Emergency Radiology Course.
Course modules and labelled quizzes are designed to emphasise important radiographic anatomy for health professionals. Particular focus is given to cross-sectional imaging and anatomical variants.
3 Months Access
Online access to all course content for 3 months
12 Months Access
Online access to all course content for 12 months
We are proud to offer this course for free in 119 countries as part of our developing countries initiative. Find out more here.
- Skull base and face
- Upper limb
- Lower limb
Who should register?
Ideal for any health professionals and students, particularly those approaching an examination in anatomy and those who work in roles where medical imaging knowledge is important.
- consultants, registrars, residents, interns
- radiology and surgical trainees and prospective trainees
- medical students, anatomy students
- radiographers, physiotherapists, paramedics, nurses
Dr Craig Hacking (@drcraighacking) is a radiologist at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with a special interest in trauma and emergency radiology. He is the current anatomy editor at Radiopaedia.org and has been involved in teaching and examining anatomy to undergraduates, medical students, surgeons and radiologists for over a decade. Craig is on the executive committee for the Australian and New Zealand Emergency Radiology Society (ANZERG) and has spoken at the Annual Conference of Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists.
Dr Andrew Dixon (@DrAndrewDixon) is a radiologist at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He is recognised both locally and internationally as an engaging radiology educator. In addition to his managing editor role with Radiopaedia.org, Andrew has founded the Radiology Channel on YouTube and the Radiology Signs social media project. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of the American College of Radiology.