Emergency May2015 video
Emergency Radiology Course - Online Video
Registrations close 30 May 2015. Video available for online playback from 1 June 2015.
This special event is open to anyone, anywhere in the world. A six hour case based review of emergency radiology recorded live in Melbourne on May 16 with Dr Andrew Dixon and Dr Frank Gaillard. Unique Radiopaedia.org technology combined with an interactive presentation style creates the perfect learning experience. Includes pre- and post-course online access to all cases and 3 months of unlimited video playback. Read our FAQ page for more details.
NEW! Register before March 31 and you'll receive access to a BONUS 30-minute pediatric emergency radiology video by Dr Jeremy Jones (UK). This "bonus video" will be available for online viewing from early April.
- Orthopaedic limb injuries (x-ray, CT)
- Chest emergencies (x-ray, CT)
- Abdomen & pelvis emergencies (x-ray, CT, US)
- Spine emergencies (CT, MRI)
- Intracranial emergencies (CT, MRI)
- Head and neck emergencies (CT)
Note: Does not include major trauma imaging as this is covered in our trauma radiology course.
Who should register?
Ideal for any health professionals involved in acute care.
- medical students
- rad techs
Just $25! And we’re talking Aussie dollars, so it is actually more like USD $20, but you can find exact currency conversions here. Our secure payment system accepts credit and debit card (VISA, Mastercard, AMEX). Registrations close 30 May 2015.
Course fee includes:
- pre- and post-course access to all cases
- access to online pre-test
- ability to pre-submit questions for the presenters
- access to all 6 hours of the video recording
- attendance certificate - PDF email after June 1
We've tried to keep cost as low as possible to maximise accessibility around the world. And in fact, if you live in one of the 116 countries listed as HINARI group A or B, we're offering free access. Contact email@example.com and include evidence of your living and working location to receive free access.
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. In June 2015, he'll be taking his radiology teaching skills to the United States, presenting two workshops at SMACC Chicago.
Dr 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 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.
So, what's the catch?
There isn’t really a catch, but there are a few things to understand. In order to deliver what we believe is awesomely good value (and trust us, $25 is amazing value), we’re taking a pretty basic recording approach.
The video will consist of high definition screen capture of the presenter display, featuring Radiopaedia’s fullscreen quiz mode with scrollable stacks and zoom functionality. There’ll be no video of the presenters themselves. No GoPro moments. No selfie sticks. Just simple high definition screen capture.
We think we’ll be able to capture audio really well, but it is unlikely to be professional quality. The resulting live recording will not be edited, we’ll simply be dividing it into seven videos corresponding to each section of the course and uploading them to our site.
The course is presented in English by Australians. We suggest you make sure you can clearly understand Andrew and Frank in their Radiology Channel videos before buying access to this video course. If you can understand most things they’re saying then "she’ll be right mate”.
You’ll be able to watch the videos as many times as you like after they are uploaded to our website. We can only guarantee access for three months, but in truth you’ll probably have access for longer assuming we keep paying for video hosting. Either way, we’ll contact you to warn you if your video access is ever going to be removed.
How can you help?
The main way you can help is by registering for video access and telling your friends and colleagues to do the same. In order for us to be able to keep prices low, to give free access to people in developing countries and to record more video events in the future, there needs to be high demand.
And finally, if you don't live too far from Melbourne then please consider registering to attend the May 16 course in person. Not only will it be an awesome day, but video access is included and you really will be playing an important role in making this whole thing possible.