Radiopaedia 2021 - Virtual Conference
REGISTRATION OPENS FEB 2021
It’s official! Radiopaedia 2021 is going to be a thing. A five-day, high-quality, globally accessible radiology virtual conference thing. A July 19 to July 23 thing.
We're excited to build upon the fantastic success of Radiopaedia 2020 and to deliver a new series of high-definition radiology lectures from expert presenters. The program will be designed to engage a broad audience of learners including radiologists and non-radiologists.
Pricing for conference-only registration will be tiered to promote global affordability. We are proud to be able to offer free registration in 125 low and middle income countries and for Radiopaedia All-Access Pass holders.
So save the date, help spread the word and feel free to reach out if you would like to get involved. We expect to open registrations and to publish a preliminary program in February.
Andrew Dixon, Vikas Shah & Natalie Yang
Co-conveners of Radiopaedia 2021
PS: We'll be featuring some of the lectures from Radiopaedia 2020 below in the lead up to the new conference to give you a little taste of what to expect. Enjoy!
In this 28-minute presentation, Michael Hartung offers advice on how to create a great radiology report. It's advice, not a set of rules! Also published in this month's edition of RadioGraphics - visit journal article
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- Radiology reporting—from Hemingway to HAL?. (2018) Insights into Imaging. 9 (2): 237. doi:10.1007/s13244-018-0596-3 - Pubmed Language of the Radiology Report. (2012) American Journal of Roentgenology. 175 (5): 1239-42. doi:10.2214/ajr.175.5.1751239 - Pubmed
- Berlin L. Pitfalls of the vague radiology report. (2000) AJR. American journal of roentgenology. 174 (6): 1511-8. doi:10.2214/ajr.174.6.1741511 - Pubmed
- Curtis Langlotz. The Radiology Report. (2015) ISBN: 9781515174080 Differences in Perceptions Among Radiologists, Referring Physicians, and Patients Regarding Language for Incidental Findings Reporting. (2016) American Journal of Roentgenology. 208 (1): 140-143. doi:10.2214/AJR.16.16633 - Pubmed
- ESR paper on structured reporting in radiology. (2018) Insights into Imaging. 9 (1): 1. doi:10.1007/s13244-017-0588-8 - Pubmed