Radiopaedia applies a peer review process to all CPD/CME eligible lectures and courses prior to their online publication, and this process is overseen by the Radiopaedia Educational Board. A minimum of two members of the board must sign off on each activity.
The review aims to substantiate that authors are sufficiently qualified and presenting accurate information adequately reflecting the current state of scientifically justified practice guidelines and that do so with no conflict of interest or commercial bias.
Additionally, the review process seeks to ensure that the following is true for all learning activities:
- Recommendations for patient care based on current science, evidence, and clinical reasoning, while giving a fair and balanced view of diagnostic and therapeutic options.
- All scientific research referred to, reported, or used in this educational activity in support or justification of a patient care recommendation conform to the generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation.
- New and evolving topics for which there is a lower (or absent) evidence base are clearly identified as such within the educational activity, and that such practices are not promoted beyond what is warranted by current science, evidence, and clinical reasoning.
- The activity excludes any advocacy for, or promotion of, unscientific approaches to diagnosis or therapy, or recommendations, treatment, or manners of practising healthcare that is determined to have risks or dangers that outweigh the benefits or are known to be ineffective in the treatment of patients.
- The activity does not promote specific commercial products or organizations.
- Any identified potential conflicts of interest are appropriately mitigated.
Our aim is to provide the highest possible learning experience based on science and transparency.
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