Radiopaedia 2022 (July 25-29) is a five-day virtual radiology conference featuring lectures, panel discussions and workshops delivered by experts from across the globe. Round-the-clock livestreams as well as on-demand access make it the ideal online learning experience. 

The conference is designed to suit all learners, with advanced lectures targeted at radiologists and radiology trainees, and general lectures suited to any health professional looking to enhance their radiology knowledge (see lecture titles).

A live-session commences every 4 hours with attendees able to chat and view cases in realtime. On-demand access will extend for 30 days after the event, or for 90 days if you are an all-access pass holder. A range of encore lectures (🅴) from last year's event are ready to view now.

We are proud to offer free registration to Radiopaedia All-Access Pass holders and to individuals in 125 low and middle income countries. For everyone else, we have tiered pricing designed to maximize global affordability. English subtitles are provided for all on-demand lectures.  

Delegates will receive a certificate for 30 hours of conference attendance with 30 CPD credits/hours claimable with RCRRANZCR and ASMIRT (view CME details). Over 180 multiple choice review questions will be provided. 

We look forward to "seeing" you at Radiopaedia 2022!

Sally Ayesa, Andrew Dixon, Amanda Er & Vikas Shah
Co-convenors of Radiopaedia 2022
 

Free Registration

Registration is free for Radiopaedia All-Access Pass holders and in 125 low and middle income countries with extended 90 day post-event access. You may wish to get an all-access pass if you haven't got one, or proceed to the conference only registration section instead. 

All-Access Pass

Radiopaedia All-Access Pass holders are eligible for free conference registration

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Includes 90 day post-event access
Renewal required if pass expires

Free Access

If you are from a low or middle-income region you may be eligible for free registration

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Includes 90 day post-event access

Paid Registration

To promote global affordability our conference pricing varies based on your country income tier. We also have concession pricing for non-doctors and trainee doctors including residents and fellows. Single day registration not available

Standard Registration

This option is for consultant/attending doctors who wish to register for the virtual conference with 30 day post-event access. Applies to all specialties eg. radiologists, surgeons, emergency physicians. 

Tier 1

$265.00 USD

Virtual conference registration with 30 day post-event access


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Tier 2

$195.00 USD

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Tier 3

$145.00 USD

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Concession Registration

This option is for non-doctors and trainee doctors including residents, registrars and fellows who wish to register for the virtual conference with 30-day post-event access. You'll be asked to submit proof of concession status after payment.

Tier 1 - Concession

$195.00 USD

Virtual conference registration with 30 day post-event access


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Tier 2 - Concession

$145.00 USD

Virtual conference registration with 30 day post-event access


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Tier 3 - Concession

$95.00 USD

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Advanced lectures - Day 1
A series of neuroradiology and head & neck imaging lectures.
  • Brain tumor update - WHO 5th edition  Frank Gaillard 
  • Understanding the lower four: CN9-12  Christine Glastonbury 
  • Spinal tumors in adults  Derek Smith 
  • Cavernous sinus: from anatomy to pathology  Lalani Carlton Jones
  • Toxic and metabolic brain disease patterns in adults  Francis Deng 
  • Imaging approach to pulsatile tinnitus  Jennifer Gillespie 
  • Non-tumor spinal cord disease  Tilak Das
  • Incidental thyroid nodules - approach and culture shift  Jenny Hoang 
  • Knowing where to look: clinical localizing signs and the brain  Tabby Kennedy 
  • Spontaneous intracranial hypotension and spinal CSF leaks  Lalani Carlton Jones  🅴
General lectures - Day 1
A series of foundational MRI lectures.
  • Introduction to MRI physics and safety  Donald McRobbie
  • Introduction to lumbar spine MRI  Andrew Dixon
  • Introduction to cervical spine MRI  Derek Smith
  • Introduction to knee MRI  Andrew Dixon
  • Introduction to MRCP  Matt A Morgan 
  • Introduction to brain MRI  Andrew Dixon  🅴
Case workshop - Day 1
  • Head & Neck emergencies  Andrew Dixon & Derek Smith


Advanced lectures - Day 2
A series of musculoskeletal imaging lectures.
  • Sacroiliac joint variants and pathology  Matt Skalski
  • An approach to wrist MRI  Dai Roberts
  • Femoropatellar instability on CT and MRI  P. Diana Afonso  
  • MR imaging of glenoid labral tears  Diego Lemos 
  • Interventional radiologic procedures in pelvic bone tumors  Yet Yen Yan 
  • Imaging of synovial pathologies  Tatiane Cantarelli
  • Ultrasound evaluation of finger pathology  Gonzalo Serrano Belmar
  • An approach to bone marrow in lumbar spine MRI  Imran Lasker 
A series of nuclear medicine lectures. ​
  • Diagnostics and theranostics with PSMA & DOTATATE  Sally Ayesa 
  • Clearing up unclear medicine with SPECT/CT  David Little
  • Nuclear medicine imaging of cardiac amyloidosis  Paige Bennett
General lectures - Day 2
A series of foundational x-ray lectures.
  • Introduction to x-ray physics  Matt Skalski 
  • Chest x-ray interpretation: lines and tubes  Amanda Er
  • Abdominal x-ray interpretation  Vikas Shah
  • X-ray interpretation of foot injuries   Andrew Murphy
  • X-ray interpretation of hip and pelvic injuries  Craig Hacking 
  • X-ray interpretation of elbow injuries  Jeremy Jones  🅴
Case workshop - Day 2
  • Chest emergencies  Sally Ayesa & Andrew Dixon 

 
Advanced lectures - Day 3
A series of chest and cardiovascular imaging lectures. 
  • Pulmonary fibrosis - imaging survival guide  Miranda Siemienowicz 
  • Occupational lung diseases: beyond the classical pneumoconioses  Jonathan Chung 
  • How to approach cardiac CT  Ben Hudson 
  • Exploring pleural diseases on x-ray and CT  Stefan Tigges
  • Top 10 papers to know in IR  Heather Moriarty
  • Imaging of acute aortic syndromes  Craig Hacking  🅴
  • Hypersensitivity pneumonitis: diagnostic guidelines  Jonathan Chung  🅴 
A series of pediatric imaging lectures. ​
  • Pediatric knee MRI: they're not just small adults  Jeremy Jones 
  • Demystifying the pediatric chest  John Adu 
  • Pediatric IR: more than just lines and biopsies  Kish Minhas
General lectures - Day 3
A series of foundational CT lectures.
  • Introduction to CT physics  Tim Szczykutowicz 
  • Introduction to HRCT chest  Miranda Siemienowicz 
  • Introduction to oncology staging CT  Sally Ayesa
  • CT case workshop  Andrew Dixon & Vikas Shah
  • Introduction to abdominal CT  Michael Hartung  🅴
  • Introduction to chest CT and CTPA  Craig Hacking  🅴
Case workshop - Day 3
  • Pediatric emergencies  John Adu, Jeremy Jones & Yusra Sheikh


Advanced lectures - Day 4
A series of abdominal imaging lectures. 
  • Inflammatory bowel pathology  Michael Hartung  
  • Benign causes of biliary obstruction  Matt A Morgan 
  • Ultrasound of inflammatory bowel disease  Ruth Reeve 
  • An approach to prostate MRI  Joseph Mullineux 
  • Cystic pancreatic lesions  Edmund Godfrey
  • Tips and tricks for image-guided biopsies and drainages  Heather Moriarty 🅴
  • Acute non-traumatic abdominal pain in pregnancy Vikas Shah 🅴
A series of gynecologic imaging lectures. 
  • MRI assessment of uterine fibroids  Natalie Yang 
  • Cesarean scar imaging: Scar-y things you need to know  Emmeline Lee 
  • O-RADS MRI classification for adnexal lesions  Nishat Bharwani
  • MRI assessment of adenomyosis  Natalie Yang 
General lectures - Day 4
A series of foundational ultrasound lectures.
  • Introduction to ultrasound physics  Amy Barnes
  • Introduction to hepatobiliary ultrasound  Matt A Morgan
  • Introduction to renal tract ultrasound  Matt A Morgan 
  • Introduction to shoulder ultrasound  Dai Roberts
  • Introduction to pelvic ultrasound  Avni Skandhan
  • Introduction to scrotal ultrasound  Jeremy Jones
Case workshop - Day 4
  • Abdominal emergencies  Michael Hartung & Vikas Shah 


Combined lectures - Day 5
A series of professional development and innovation lectures.
  • Post-mortem radiology: not the same as clinical radiology  Chris O'Donnell 
  • Imaging in mass fatality situations  Claire Robinson
  • Being an expert witness, writing reports and giving evidence  Jeremy Jones
  • Helping to build imaging capacity in low-resource health systems  Liz Joekes 
  • Radiologists and athlete care: lessons from the Tokyo Olympics  Bruce Forster
  • Tech to enhance your reporting setup and efficiency  Daniel Fascia 
  • How virtual reality is changing radiography education  James Hayes 
  • Providing a supportive environment for LGBTQ patients  Amanda Bolderston
  • Uses of extended reality in radiology  Dimitri Amiras
  • Communication creates culture  Hannah Ireland
  • The rules of radiology reporting  Paul McCoubrie
  • The curious case of Baum's loop  Frank Gaillard 
  • Mindfulness in radiology: avoiding distractions and burnout  Naveen Sharma  🅴
  • Why a radiologist should learn pathology  Natalie Yang  🅴

CME Information

All delegates will be able to download a certificate for 30 hours of conference attendance. It is likely that many professional societies and organizations will accredit this conference as CME/CPD, however given the global nature of the event, it is not possible for us to pre-approve points other than those listed below.

RCR 30 CPD credits

This conference provides 30 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists. Registrants should watch all videos, complete the multiple choice questions and feedback survey prior to downloading a certificate from their my courses tab

RANZCR 30 CPD hours (8 MRI hours)

This conference provides 30 CPD hours in accordance with the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (including 8 MRI Specific CPD hours). Registrants should watch all videos, complete the multiple choice questions and feedback survey prior to downloading a certificate from their my courses tab

ASMIRT 30 CPD hours

This conference is an Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy CPD approved event. ASMIRT members will be able to log their CPD hours through the ASMIRT portal using the activity code RADPAE-001835.

 

Terms and conditions

Any cancelation requests by conference-only delegates received before 25 July 2022 UTC 00:00 will receive a full refund less a USD$80 administration fee (or equivalent amount in the currency paid). Cancelation requests received after this time will not be eligible for any refund. Requests should be emailed to [email protected]

While we don't expect any major change to the conference program, we reserve the right to change the scheduled program, or the running length for any individual lecture, at any time.

For conference-only delegates, access to the conference videos will end on 29 August 2022 at 00:00 UTC. Any All-Access Pass Holders with a pass that expires before 25 August 2022, will need to pre-renew their pass prior to 25 July 2022 in order to view the conference content. Access to content for all-access pass holders will end on 29 October 2022 at 00:00 UTC as long as your pass does not expire prior.

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