The Radiology Department at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, in conjunction with Radiopaedia.org, has developed an e-learning series covering the essentials of emergency radiology.
This series is aimed primarily at junior radiology registrars/residents prior to starting on-call but any healthcare professional involved in the diagnosis and management of emergency patient care would benefit. This series fulfils and expands on The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologist’s Key Conditions Curriculum.
These modules, using Radiopaedia.org’s playlist feature, are designed to be used as independent study, and are ideally used as pre-reading prior to formal tutorials. There is a particular emphasis on trauma and neuroimaging due to the RMH’s case mix being a Level 1 Trauma Centre and a state referral centre for acute stroke neurointervention.
Linked below are self-directed teaching modules, available free of charge, containing over 250 cases from The RMH Radiology Department’s library with links Radiopaedia.org’s reference articles for further reading.
Central nervous system
Head and neck
Obstetrics and gynaecology
This series has been developed with input from subspecialist radiologists from the Department of Radiology, The Royal Melbourne Hospital. Individual attributions are included at the end of each module.
This project is under constant development with the modules, cases and reference articles continually improved. You are encouraged to leave feedback about the project.
If you have a great teaching case for junior registrars/residents, share it on Radiopaedia.org by tagging the case “core condition”. Watch this video on how to upload a case.