Images, cases, teaching files, anatomy
An outstanding website for learning human anatomy.
Superb trauma tutorials including the C-spine, and appendicular skeleton.
The chest radiograph is the most frequently requested radiological investigation in every general hospital. The innovator of chestx-ray.com was Dr Jud Gurney a chest radiologist and member of the Department of Radiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.This open-source website was created by Dr Gurney in order to teach about all things “Thoracic.”
Arguably - the best radiology case of the day and teaching files on the internet!
The case of the week is a particular attraction.
An online resource in medical imaging; accredited by The Royal College of Radiologists,UK.
The Educational site of the Radiological Society of the Netherlands.
A brilliant medical illustrator. Philip Wilson provides anatomical artworks swiftly, elegantly, and always helpfully.
Useful free tools to annotate radiology images.
A digital library of Radiology educational resources. This site provides a list of numerous websites relevant to Radiology.
Courses are held in Cambridge, UK; designed for doctors specialising in Emergency Medicine and preparing for the MCEM Part A exam. Distinguished teachers/faculty includes Robert Whitaker, FRCS - the renowned surgeon, anatomist, author and educationalist.
Guidelines provided by the Royal College of Radiologists (UK) as to which imaging investigations are most useful in particular clinical presentations / circumstances.
Northwick Park Hospital's Education Centre is the site in Harrow, London where the Radiology Red Dot Courses are held.
Internet web design and server hosting. Imaginative, well organised, efficient and always quick to respond.
Event catering in London and the home counties. Excellent food and always efficient, courteous, and reliable.
Other radiology courses
For Emergency Department Doctors and Radiographers. Organised and led by Dr. Nigel Raby FRCR. This course is run in Glasgow and is repeated every 4 months.