Radiopaedia 2024 (July 22-26) is a five-day virtual radiology conference featuring lectures, panel discussions and case workshops delivered by expert presenters. 

Free registration for Radiopaedia All-Access Pass holders and individuals in 125 low and middle income countries is now open. Direct paid registration will open in January with tiered pricing to help foster equitable access.

A live session will commence every 4 hours with delegates able to chat and view cases in realtime. Post-event on-demand access will extend for 30 days for conference-only attendees or 90 days for all-access pass holders. 

Interactive on-call case reporting and anatomy review sets pitched at a general level will appear alongside the advanced lecture and workshop programs. 

Educational rPosters return in 2024 with accepted posters gaining a DOI citation and certificate.  Submission guidelines and deadlines are now available. 

We look forward to you joining us online this July for the ultimate radiology virtual conference experience.  

Sally Ayesa, Francis Deng & Andrew Murphy 
Co-convenors for Radiopaedia 2024


AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™

This event has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™

ACCME Accreditation Statement
Radiopaedia is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Case Workshops

Four 90 minute interactive case workshops will feature during Radiopaedia 2024. These are included for all delegates at no extra fee and can be watched live or on demand.

  • Spinal cord case workshop  Tilak Das & Andrew Dixon
  • Oncologic imaging workshop  Sally Ayesa & Sophie Thoo
  • Breast imaging workshop  Yasha Gupta & Linda Larsen
  • Pediatric neuroradiology workshop  Jeremy Jones & Camilo Jaimes

Submit an rPoster

Submit your educational radiology poster (rPoster) for publication at Radiopaedia 2024!

Important Dates
  • 29 February 2024 - abstract submission deadline
  • 31 March 2024 - accepted abstract decision
  • 31 May 2024  - final rPoster submission deadline
Key Details
  • create using the Radiopaedia 2024 template
  • use any public case images on Radiopaedia or your own
  • submit a 7 slide abstract including title and learning objectives
  • maximum 30 slides for final rPoster (if accepted)
  • maximum 2 authors per rPoster
  • published rPosters receive a certificate, DOI and the chance to win an award


  • Epileptogenic brain tumors  Frank Gaillard
  • Vessel wall imaging and giant cell arteritis  Christine Glastonbury 
  • Non-MS inflammatory and demyelinating diseases  Tom Campion
  • Idiopathic intracranial hypertension  Tabby Kennedy
  • Ventricular lesions: benign and malignant  Derek Smith
  • On-call neuroradiology case reporting set  Daniel Dewolb  🅖
  • Neuroanatomy review  Craig Hacking & Michael Nel  🅖
  • Cerebral small vessel diseases  Francis Deng & Rohit Sharma  🅴
Head & Neck Imaging 
  • Sinus CT reporting: time to FESS up!  Lea Alhilali 
  • Imaging of salivary gland tumors  Jennifer Gillespie
  • Imaging of ocular globe pathology  David McArdle
  • On-call head & neck case reporting set  Francis Deng  🅖 
  • Head & Neck anatomy review  Andrew Dixon & Michael Nel  🅖 
  • Perineural tumor spread  Christine Glastonbury  🅴
Workshops & rPosters
  • Spinal cord case workshop  Tilak Das & Andrew Dixon
  • Neuroradiology rPosters  Proffered presentations
  • Head & Neck rPosters  Proffered presentations

Chest Imaging
  • Diffuse nodular lung diseases  Miranda Siemienowicz
  • Cystic lung diseases  Jonathan Chung 
  • Usual interstitial pneumonia: HRCT diagnostic criteria  Jeffrey Kanne
  • Thoracic aortic imaging and disease  Ben Hudson
  • PET imaging of large vessel vasculitis  Sally Ayesa 
  • A tour of the heart: anatomy and pathology  Naveen Sharma
  • On-call chest case reporting set  Sally Ayesa  🅖 
  • Chest anatomy review  Craig Hacking & Michael Nel  🅖 
  • Tumor versus infection: focal opacities  Miranda Siemienowicz  🅴
Oncologic Imaging 
  • Whole-body MRI  Amish Lakhani
  • The role of PET-CT in oncology  David Little
  • Ice cold intervention: cryoablation in oncology  Hannah Ireland
  • Introduction to oncology staging CT  Sally Ayesa  🅖 🅴
Workshops and rPosters
  • Oncologic imaging workshop  Sally Ayesa & Sophie Thoo
  • Chest imaging rPosters  Proffered presentations
  • Vascular & Intervention rPosters  Proffered presentations
  • Nuclear Medicine rPosters  Proffered presentations

Abdominal Imaging
  • Rectal cancer: MRI assessment  Vikas Shah
  • Cystic liver lesions  Joseph Mullineux
  • Diseases of the appendix  Carla Goncalves 
  • Hepatobiliary showdown: four rounds  Matt A Morgan
  • Abdominal infections: imaging review of global diseases  Michael Hartung 
  • On-call abdominal case reporting set  Vikas Shah  🅖 
  • Abdominal anatomy review  George Harisis & Michael Nel  🅖 
  • Post esophagectomy imaging  Carla Goncalves  🅴
Gynecologic Imaging
  • Update on polycystic ovarian syndrome  Emmeline Lee 
  • Imaging in endometrial cancer  Nishat Bharwani
  • On-call gynecology case reporting set  Alexandra Stanislavsky  🅖 
  • Female pelvic anatomy review  Craig Hacking & Michael Nel  🅖 
  • Top five adnexal masses on MRI  Alexandra Stanislavsky  🅴
Workshops & rPosters
  • Breast imaging workshop  Yasha Gupta & Linda Larsen
  • Abdominal imaging rPosters  Proffered presentations
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology rPosters  Proffered presentations
  • Breast imaging rPosters  Proffered presentations

Musculoskeletal Imaging 
  • Imaging in groin pain  Tatiane Cantarelli
  • Musculoskeletal calcifications  Matt Skalski
  • Imaging of musculoskeletal infection  Erin Alaia 
  • Sarcoma: what the surgeon wants to know  Tom Lloyd 
  • Imaging of joint prostheses  Imran Lasker
  • X-ray interpretation: the pediatric elbow  Andrew Murphy  🅖
  • On-call MSK case reporting set  Craig Hacking  🅖 
  • MSK anatomy review  Matt Skalski & Michael Nel  🅖 
  • ​​An approach to elbow MRI  Dai Roberts  🅴
Trauma Imaging
  • Trauma CT protocols: how and why  Craig Hacking
  • Embolization in abdominopelvic trauma  Heather Moriarty
  • Pediatric trauma: they're not just small adults  Jeremy Jones
  • On-call trauma case reporting set  Andrew Dixon  🅖
Workshops & rPosters
  • Pediatric neuroradiology workshop  Jeremy Jones & Camilo Jaimes
  • Musculoskeletal rPosters  Proffered presentations
  • Pediatric imaging rPosters  Proffered presentations

Tuning-up your radiology reports  
Hosted by Sally Ayesa
  • Revving up the radiology report  Michael Hartung
  • Cut and polish: reporting mini-workshop  Michael Hartung, Jeffrey Kanne, Miranda Siemienowicz 
  • Cognitive bias in radiology  Francis Deng
Working with vulnerable patients  
Hosted by John Adu
  • Imaging children: immobilization or restraint  Jessica Hui Shi Ng
  • The parent, the child with Down syndrome and healthcare  Naomi Shiner
  • Compassionate imaging for older patients  Amanda Er 
Learning to learn radiology
Hosted by Francis Deng
  • How to learn by collecting cases  Frank Gaillard
  • Learning to think like an examiner  Sally Ayesa
  • Chatting about learning  Francis Deng, Frank Gaillard, Sally Ayesa
Safety in artificial intelligence
Hosted by Jennifer Tang
  • Identifying and mitigating biases in radiology AI  Paul Yi
  • The regulation of radiology AI  Hugh Harvey
  • Chatting about AI safety  Jennifer Tang, Hugh Harvey, Paul Yi
A focus on sustainability
Hosted by Andrew Murphy
  • Climate change and radiology: time for action  Kate Hanneman
  • Practical sustainability in the radiology department  Lateisha Stam
  • Chatting about sustainability Reed Omary, Kate Hanneman, Lateisha Stam

Free Registration

Registration is free for Radiopaedia All-Access Pass holders and in 125 low and middle income countries with extended 90 day post-event access. You may wish to obtain an all-access pass if you haven't got one, or proceed to the paid registration section. 

All-Access Pass

Radiopaedia All-Access Pass holders are eligible for free conference registration

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Includes 90 day post-event access
Renewal required if pass expires

Free Access

If you are from a low or middle-income region you may be eligible for free registration

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Includes 90 day post-event access

Paid Registration

Paid registration opens January 2024

To foster equitable access our pricing varies with your country income tier. We also offer discounted pricing to trainee doctors and non-doctors. Includes 30 days post-event access

Delegates will be able to generate a conference attendance certificate. While many organizations may accredit it as CME/CPD, due to the global nature of the event, we are only able to pre-approve those listed below.

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit 

The Radiopaedia 2024 conference has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits 

Accreditation statement

Radiopaedia is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Radiopaedia's ACCME profile can be viewed here.

Claiming credits

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ are recognized by many other non-US accrediting bodies and we encourage you to check with your local organization prior to claiming credits. 

The UEMS-EACCME® and AMA signed an agreement of mutual recognition of CME credits between Europe and the USA. 

RCR CPD Credits

This conference provides CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists as distance learning from a suitable online resource. A certificate can be generated for CPD credits equivalent to the number of hours attended.


Attendance of Radiopaedia 2024 can be claimed as an Educational Activity as part of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists on the basis of the number of hours attended (including MRI Specific CPD hours).


This conference is an Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy CPD approved event. ASMIRT members will be able to log their CPD hours through the ASMIRT portal.

Terms and conditions

Any cancelation requests by conference-only delegates received before 22 July 2024 UTC 00:00 will receive a full refund less a USD$80 administration fee (or equivalent amount in the currency paid). Cancelation requests received after this time will not be eligible for any refund. Requests should be emailed to [email protected].

While we don't expect any major change to the conference program, we reserve the right to change the scheduled program, or the running length for any individual lecture, at any time.

For conference-only delegates, access to the conference videos will end on 26 August 2024 at 00:00 UTC. Any All-Access Pass Holders with a pass that expires before 22 August 2024, will need to pre-renew their pass prior to 22 July 2024 in order to view the conference content. Access to content for all-access pass holders will end on 26 October 2024 at 00:00 UTC as long as your pass does not expire prior.

Access to Radiopaedia courses, lectures and virtual conferences is covered by the Radiopaedia Terms of Use. Additionally, the following terms are important to remember: 
  • Your access is just for you. Do not share your login details with anyone. 
  • We do not allow offline download of videos. 
  • Your access is predicated upon your correct region/country of residence. 
If we believe any of the general terms, or the specific ones above, have been violated, we reserve the right to remove access from your account. 

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