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​Our radiology courses are wide ranging in their topics, target audiences and delivery formats. They can be purchased individually, or accessed for free by All-Access Pass holders and those in our free access countries

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Abdominal Emergency Radiology Course

Vikas Shah, Jeremy Jones & Andrew Dixon


This course teaches key concepts in the interpretation of abdominal imaging and is ideal for health professionals involved in the imaging and management of emergency abdominal conditions. 

  • 6 hours of expert video teaching
  • interactive mystery cases
  • over 50 review questions
  • English subtitles
  • official course certificate

Adult Neuroradiology Review Course

Frank Gaillard & Peter Mitchell
 

This course teaches key concepts in adult neuroradiology interpretation using a case review approach. Ideal for radiologists, radiology residents, neurologists, neurosurgeons and MRI technologists. Previously known as Adult Brain MRI Review Course.

  • 8 hours of expert video teaching
  • 16 video topics with MCQs
  • English subtitles
  • official course certificate 

Emergency Radiology Course

Andrew Dixon & Frank Gaillard

This course teaches key concepts in the interpretation of emergency imaging and is ideal for health professionals involved in the emergency care of patients including doctors, nurses, radiographers and medical students.
 
  • 8 hours of expert video teaching
  • 36 review questions
  • English subtitles
  • official course certificate

Medical Imaging Anatomy Course

Craig Hacking & Andrew Dixon

This course teaches imaging anatomy for health professionals with a particular focus given to cross-sectional anatomy and anatomical variants. Quizzes are used throughout. 
 
  • 8 hours of expert video teaching
  • 25 labeled anatomy quizzes
  • English subtitles
  • official course certificate

Radiology Review Course


Various Speakers

This course provides a large number of live recorded video lectures and review questions spanning seven different radiology subspecialties. The content is pitched at general radiologists and radiology residents/registrars. Course now retired. Content incorporated into our lecture collections 
 
  • 12 hours of expert video teaching
  • 120 review questions
  • English subtitles
  • official course certificate

Trauma Radiology Course

Andrew Dixon & Craig Hacking

This course teaches you how to better detect important traumatic injuries on imaging of the chest, abdomen, pelvis, brain, face and spine. Ideal for health professionals involved in trauma care including doctors, nurses, radiographers and medical students.
 
  • 8 hours of expert video teaching
  • 34 review questions
  • English subtitles
  • official course certificate


Neurodegenerative Learning Pathway

Frank Gaillard

Neuroradiologist Frank Gaillard provides you with a detailed approach to interpreting neurodegenerative imaging studies, as he guides you through a series of 28 scrollable cases. Second edition

  • 7 hour estimated length
  • 200 minutes of video commentary
  • 51 review questions
  • official course certificate

Pituitary Region Learning Pathway

Frank Gaillard

Neuroradiologist Frank Gaillard guides you through the anatomy, physiology, embryology and pathology of the pituitary region. He also provides a systematic approach to pituitary region MRI with 14 video commentary cases. 

  • 6 hour estimated length
  • 120 minutes of video commentary
  • 30 review questions
  • official course certificate

Stroke Learning Pathway

Frank Gaillard

Neuroradiologist Frank Gaillard guides you through the imaging of stroke to increase your practical knowledge and interpretation skills. The pathway covers non-contrast CT, CT angiography, CT perfusion and MRI diffusion, as well endovascular clot retrieval and stroke mimics. 

  • 7 hour estimated length
  • 30 scrollable cases
  • 50 review questions
  • official course certificate

Trauma CT Brain Learning Pathway

Frank Gaillard 

Associate Professor Frank Gaillard guides you through the interpretation of trauma CT brain.  Audio and video commentary is used to focus your attention on key concepts and information as you move through a series of articles, cases and quizzes. 

  • 3 hour estimated length
  • audio and video commentary
  • 32 review questions
  • official course certificate

X-ray Interpretation: Bone Lesions

Matt Skalski & Andrew Dixon

This learning pathway combines video lectures by MSK radiologist Matt Skalski with interactive content by Andrew Dixon. It covers a vast array of bone lesions and provides you with key tips to assist your radiographic interpretation and differential diagnosis. 

  • 6 hour estimated length
  • 2.5 hours of video teaching
  • 40 annotated review cases and 30 MCQs
  • official course certificate

X-ray Interpretation: Cervical Spine

Matt Skalski & Andrew Dixon

This learning pathway combines a cervical spine radiographic interpretation lecture by MSK radiologist Matt Skalski with additional audio commentary, cases and quizzes by Andrew Dixon, to create a unique online learning experience. 

  • 4 hour estimated length
  • 85 minutes of video teaching
  • 30 mystery cases and 25 annotated review cases
  • official course certificate

X-ray Interpretation: Elbow Injuries

Andrew Murphy

Join Andrew Murphy as he guides you through the radiographic interpretation of elbow injuries.  Audio and video commentary is used to focus your attention as you move through a series of articles, cases and quizzes. 

  • 3 hour estimated length
  • 70 original illustrations
  • 100 annotated cases
  • official course certificate

X-ray Interpretation: Hand Injuries

Andrew Murphy

Join Andrew Murphy as he guides you through the radiographic interpretation of hand injuries.  Audio and video commentary is used to focus your attention as you move through a series of articles, cases and quizzes. 

  • 3 hour estimated length
  • original illustrations
  • 40 annotated review cases
  • official course certificate

X-ray Interpretation: Knee Injuries

Andrew Murphy

Join Andrew Murphy as he guides you through the radiographic interpretation of knee injuries.  Audio and video commentary is used to focus your attention as you move through a series of articles, cases and quizzes. 

  • 4 hour estimated length
  • 100 original illustrations
  • 100 annotated cases
  • official course certificate

X-ray Interpretation: Shoulder Injuries

Andrew Murphy

Join Andrew Murphy as he guides you through the radiographic interpretation of shoulder injuries.  Audio and video commentary is used to focus your attention as you move through a series of articles, cases and quizzes. 

  • 4 hour estimated length
  • original illustrations
  • 40 annotated review cases
  • official course certificate

X-ray Interpretation: Wrist Injuries

Andrew Murphy

Join Andrew Murphy as he guides you through the radiographic interpretation of wrist injuries.  Audio and video commentary is used to focus your attention as you move through a series of articles, cases and quizzes. 

  • 4 hour estimated length
  • 80 original illustrations
  • 100 annotated cases
  • official course certificate

Chest Imaging Workshop

Miranda Siemienowicz & Andrew Dixon


This 90-minute interactive workshop gives you the chance to scroll through eight chest imaging cases under the guidance of Miranda Siemienowicz. A short recap is provided at the end of the workshop by Andrew Dixon. Targeted at radiologists and radiology trainees. 

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VISIT WORKSHOP

Neuroradiology Workshop

Frank Gaillard & Andrew Dixon


This 90-minute interactive workshop gives you the chance to scroll through eight neuroradiology cases under the guidance of Frank Gaillard. At the end of the workshop Frank is joined by Andrew Dixon for a short discussion. Targeted at radiologists and radiology trainees.

All-Access Pass Exclusive

VISIT WORKSHOP

eFilm Reading Practice Exams

For RANZCR Part II
 

Twice a year Radiopaedia runs a series of four eFilm practice exams for candidates preparing for the RANZCR part II exams. Pre-registration is required with the exams only accessible at specific times. 

FRCR Reporting Practice Exams

For FRCR Part B
 

Twice a year Radiopaedia runs a series of four reporting practice exams for candidates preparing for the FRCR Part B examinations. Pre-registration is required with the exams only accessible at specific times.   

Viva Practice: Chest X-ray

George Harisis
 

Join George Harisis as he teaches you his approach to the radiology viva exam using a series of chest x-ray cases. He shows how cases can be divided into five different types. Intended for radiology trainees approaching oral fellowship examinations. 

  • 30 chest x-ray practice cases 
  • over 1 hour of audio and video
  • key tips and related articles
  • English subtitles

Viva Practice: Head & Neck

Andrew Dixon


Challenge yourself with a series of head & neck radiology cases and hear real exam candidates address each one under exam conditions. Then watch Andrew Dixon discuss each case and analyze the candidate's performance. Intended for radiology trainees approaching oral fellowship examinations. 

  • 20 practice cases
  • video and candidate recordings
  • review slides and key tips
  • English subtitles 
Coming soon

Viva Practice: Musculoskeletal

Andrew Dixon


Challenge yourself with a series of musculoskeletal radiology cases and hear a real exam candidate address each one under exam conditions. Then watch Andrew Dixon discuss each case and analyze the candidate's performance. Intended for radiology trainees approaching oral fellowship examinations.

  • 21 practice cases
  • 2.5 hours of video and candidate recordings  
  • review slides and key tips
  • English subtitles 

Viva Practice: Pediatric

Jeremy Jones


Challenge yourself with a series of pediatric radiology cases and hear real exam candidates address each one under exam conditions. Then watch Jeremy Jones discuss each case and analyze the candidate's performance. Intended for radiology trainees approaching oral fellowship examinations.

  • 15 practice cases
  • 2 hours of video and candidate recordings  
  • review slides and key tips
  • English subtitles

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