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Here you can find a number of free learning experiences that have been donated to Radiopaedia by some excellent educators and supporters of free open access medical education. 

The featured video page is worth bookmarking as that content changes frequently. It goes without saying that we also have some not-so-free stuff that we'd love you to check out. 

Chest X-ray Graphic Novel

 

This "How To Read A Chest X-Ray" graphic novel by Stefan Tigges is perfect for those starting their radiology journey. Stefan is also working on a CT head version so keep an eye out for that soon!

  • over 200 panels of teaching
  • supplementary case playlists
  • 20 review MCQs 

Featured Video


We love to stream some of the best Radiopaedia lectures from time to time on our featured video page and Radiology Channel on YouTube. This is a great way to experience some of our teaching for free! Keep an eye on the page for details of our upcoming streams.  

How To Be A Better Radiologist


​The measure of a good radiologist is how well they can communicate their opinion to clinicians and colleagues. In this free learning pathway, Frank Gaillard discusses what he thinks we can all do to improve as radiologists.   

Isolation Tutorials


During COVID-19 lockdowns a number of Radiopaedia editors recorded radiology tutorials with their trainees and have shared them to allow others around the world to eavesdrop. There are 12 tutorials in total covering a variety of topics. 

Radiopaedia How To Guides


Radiopaedia is built by volunteers just like you. If you want to contribute by editing articles, uploading cases and writing multiple choice questions, then we recommend completing our How To Guides. Support is always on hand and the Radiopaedia Discord is a great place to get in touch.

Radiopaedia Rapids

Members of the Radiopaedia editorial team have created 7 sets of rapid reporting x-ray cases aimed at trainees preparing for the 2B component of the FRCR examination. Each set contains 30 plain radiographs, approximately 50% of which are normal. 

Radiopaedia VIVA

Members of the Radiopaedia editorial team have created 6 viva practice playlists for those undertaking the FRCR 2b examination. They're designed to be used by a pair of candidates, with one acting as the examiner using the provided notes.

Small Bowel PAC-MAN!

 

Learn how to track small bowel on CT and to find points of obstruction with this interactive learning experience by Andrew Dixon. Discover some common causes for bowel obstruction along the way. 

  • 12 levels (+1 bonus)
  • video commentary
  • 7 clinical cases

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During 2021 Radiopaedia.org will be organising a number of additional courses both in Australia and around the world. If you would like to be notified of upcoming courses please fill in the form below.

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