Radiology Teaching File for the iPhone
has now been updated to version 2. The user interface has been improved, cases have been added to the existing volume (free update) and sample reports are now present for every case. Additional annotated images and diagrams have also been added. Additionally the full version of Volume 3: musculoskeletal system is now also… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on January 26, 2010 at 10:30am —
is a free online radiology resource built and maintained by it's users.
, as well as being regular users are responsible for overseeing part of the site (e.g. Gastrointestinal section). It is a great way to contribute to the site and have something on your CV to show for it. We are now accepting… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on January 7, 2010 at 10:41am —
The first Radiopaedia Radiology Teaching File is now available for download (free) from the itunes appstore... 50 CNS cases comprising 170 images, questions and detailed text. Just search for radiology and you should find it easily enough. ( a quick screen capture video is available http://bit.ly/6PdOe ) The next volume (50% done) is abdomen. We would of course like to hear feedback, and would appreciate it if you could spread the word. … Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on August 27, 2009 at 8:30am —
A little side project is now available to play with at liquidchapter.com/search.html
We were tired of being asked to pay for old journal articles so we knocked up a search that only indexes journals which make their articles available for free without payed subscriptions (NB BMJ requires once off free registration)
You can also filter for only radiology journals or only… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on July 10, 2009 at 9:20am —
So a new year begins... for all of you just embarking on your radiology training, come and check out Radiopaedia.org
. It is a great way to start your interesting case teaching file and a good way to study. For all of you old and seasoned radiology folk out there... don't forget to come and visit. There is always more content and cases. You can also get a case of the day via … Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on July 8, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Hi guys, just thought I would let you know that Radiopaedia.org
is now accepting applications for the next round of
Section Editor Positions
. It is a great low stress way to enhance your CV while doing a little study. At the same time you are contributing to one of the fastest growing collaborative radiology resource online. Preference will be given to existing… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on March 19, 2009 at 6:51pm —
Hello everyone... Just thought I would let you know that we are accepting applications for section editors at Radiopaedia.org
. It is not a huge commitment (1 - 2 hours a week) and looks great on a CV... better than some tiny case report which takes much more time to prepare with no guarantee of publication. Positions available include: - Breast - Chest - CNS - Gastrointestinal - Head and Neck - Musculoskeletal -… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on July 19, 2008 at 8:51pm —
Finally the day has come... a brand new, shiny, user friendly Radiopaedia.org
is now up and running. A couple of minor bugs are still cropping up, but the site is much better than the old version. Just like before,
registration is free and quick
, and any logged-in user can edit articles and contribute content. What has taken the best part of 6 months is to make… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on May 28, 2008 at 7:30pm —
Well, everyone must be getting bored of the constant "Soon soon.." "Next week" Blah blah blah announcements. I am the boy who cried "Radiopaedia.org 2.0 is here" I am afraid.
Still we are getting there. Was told yesterday that tomorrow was going to be THE day, but I suspect (having become more fluent in code-monkeyian) that that means sometime next week... maybe.
The delays have been worth it.. the new site is looking and behaving well. Just… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on April 30, 2008 at 11:22pm —
The long wait is almost over! All things going well the new and much improved version of Radiopaedia.org will be going live on Thursday next week.
At that time we will also be starting to accept applications for section editors. All sections will be up for grabs. The allocation will be based on:
- number and quality of previous…
Added by Frank Gaillard on April 11, 2008 at 5:07am —
been a while since the last update, but things are moving forward. We should have the new site to look at and play with by the end of April - hopefully transfer all the content and replace the existing site by then also.
Meanwhile we have set up a a place for all you folks to add 'wish list' features and vote of those added by others.
Just visit… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on April 2, 2008 at 11:18pm —
Met with the kind folk at Trike.com.au
who are writing R2.0 today.
A pre-release beta version should be available this time next week to play with and poke. It will be rough, but will have key functionality implemented.
- Create new articles.
- Edit existing articles.
- Upload new cases.
- WYSIWYG editor
Anyone interested / willing to… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on February 13, 2008 at 6:21am —
Have come back from OS to find work on Radiopaedia 2.0 well underway. Should have some bare-bones beta-testing for anyone interested in a couple of weeks. At this stage 'go-live' is scheduled for around end of March, but you know how these things are.
All the content will of course be ported over, so continue to submit!
Added by Frank Gaillard on February 3, 2008 at 11:23pm —
As of today, the good folk at http://tricycledevelopments.com/ have a coder on the job 100%
So R 2.0 should be getting closer much faster than before!
Added by Frank Gaillard on January 7, 2008 at 2:10am —
Radiopaedia.org is gradually approaching its update to 2.0. This will have many many improvements, as well as a facelift. All the current content will be ported across of course.
You can have a look at the new lay out:
I will… Continue
Added by Frank Gaillard on January 2, 2008 at 7:25am —