Resources

Web Resources

 

The British Institute of Radiology is a great resource for Radiology trainees. BIR members can access webinars and videos as well as get free access to the British Journal of Radiology. These are invaluable learning resources and we are very pleased to work in collaboration with the BIR to promote their educational resources and events.

SRT members get £20 off the BIR membership fee.

Please also visit BIR Publications for a range of educational articles published across several journals in collaboration with the BIR.

 

British Journal of Radiology (BJR) 

 

 

 

BJR Case Reports (BJRCR) 

 

 

 

BJR Open (BJRO)

 

 

 

If you become a member of the RCR you are entitled to free membership of the European Society Of Radiology. Similar to RSNA, the European Society of Radiology also provides excellent educational resources for its members so we encourage you all to become members. See our events section for more information on the European Congress of Radiology Meeting which is Europe’s biggest imaging meeting taking place in Vienna every year.

Undertake CPD activities without leaving your seat! Visit the RCR e-learning hub offering interactive online modules, videos, self-tests, webinars, useful articles and more on a wide range of clinical and professional topics.

Radiopaedia.org is a rapidly growing, open-edit radiology resource, compiled by radiologists and other health professionals from across the globe.

We were delighted to welcome the Founder and Editor in Chief of Radiopedia, Professor Frank Gaillard to our 2019 Annual Conference in Cardiff. Unfortunately Professor Gaillard could not be there in person, but instead created a fantastic video entitled ‘Errors in Neuroradiology’ which was very well-received by delegates. This video can be viewed on Radiopedia here.

The Radiology Assistant is an initiative of the radiologist Robin Smithuis for the Radiology Society of the Netherlands to provide up-to-date radiological education for radiology residents and radiologists.
The free availability of this information reflects the commitment of the Radiology Assistant to provide knowledge to a wide audience.
We focus on common clinical problems in which imaging plays a major role in the management of the patient.
The subjects are presented by experts in the field.

RSNA – Radiological Society of North America

The Radiological Society of North America is an international society of radiologists, medical physicists and other medical professionals with more than 54,000 members from 136 countries across the globe.

RSNA hosts the world’s premier radiology forum, drawing approximately 55,000 attendees annually to Chicago, and publishes two top peer-reviewed journals:

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is recommended that UK Trainees attend the RSNA at least once during their training and take advantage of the free registration for what is the largest Radiology Conference in the world.

We encourage you all to become members of the RSNA, which is free for Radiology Registrars. As a member of the RSNA you have access to fantastic e-learning material, which will prove useful for FRCR exam revision. You will also find that the RadioGraphics journal has review articles on every radiology topic you can think of with useful learning points highlighted.

Radiology Cafe’s mission is to support applicants to clinical radiology training and provide the best educational resources and exam preparation material for radiology trainees. There is detailed information on the interview and application process for ST1 Clinical Radiology training in the UK and educational resources including free mock anatomy exams, physics notes, recommended revision materials and more. Visit the website at RadiologyCafe.com

Radiology Nation is a website and multi-platform social media presence which brings educational content and news to an international audience. The website provides information on the radiology interview process, gives radiology book/website recommendations, and contains details of upcoming live courses. The social media platforms (YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook) provide freely available video tutorials and case based education. To see it for yourself just search “Radiology Nation” on any of these platforms!

Radiology Masters was created by Dr John Curtis (Aintree University Hospital) and colleagues and features a host of excellent video tutorials covering educational learning points and interesting cases. This is a great resource to supplement your learning, enhance your clinical practice and help prepare for examinations.

The Radiology Jam podcast gives top tips, differentials lists and knowledge nuggets tailored for the FRCR 2b viva exam! This is available on Spotify and Anchor, and soon to be available on Apple Podcasts. Please click here for further information.

Social Media Resources

Songs for FRCR is a fantastic resource for those wanting to revise on the go. It’s fun, catchy, and a really fantastic way to learn in an unconventional way!

You can listen via several platforms including Apple podcasts.

You can follow theradiologistpage on Instragram and Twitter for entertaining and educational posts, predominantly focusing on anatomy.

Dr Vikas Shah is arguably one of the leaders of #FOAMrad. His Instagram page @thexraydoctor breaks down interesting radiological findings with concise but useful explanations.