Medical Student Curriculum

The Medical Student Curriculum offers resources to educate medical students on radiology and provide medical educators with resources to build a radiology curriculum. Read our FAQ to get started »

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  • 11/17/2020

    Video guide reviewing head and neck anatomy identifiable using common imaging modalities

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  • 11/16/2020

    Jeopardy game encompassing various radiology topics, from ACR appropriatness criteria to management, that can be employed by educators to encourage active student learning

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  • 6/7/2020

    Review of imaging concepts and interpretation strategies necessary for sub-interns/interns to succeed in general surgery practices, with clinical cases to encourage mastery of this information

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  • 6/7/2020

    Review of imaging concepts and interpretation strategies necessary for sub-interns/interns to succeed in the emergency department, with practice vignettes to encourage mastery of the information

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  • 6/7/2020

    Review of imaging concepts and interpretation strategies necessary for sub-interns/interns to succeed in obstetrics and gynecology, with clinical vignettes designed to promote understanding of the information

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  • 6/7/2020

    Overview of how students' roles change as they transition from pre-clinical to clinical years, with tips on how to best assist care teams and practice vignettes to introduce students to image interpretation skillsets that may assist them

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  • 6/7/2020

    Review of the scope of image guided procedures, discussion of peri-procedural issues, and guide to appropriate IR consultation

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  • 6/7/2020

    Guide to various imaging modalities employed in neuroradiology, as well as an overview of imaging algorithms for common diagnostic scenarios

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  • 6/7/2020

    Guide to injury patterns in imaging that should raise suspicion for non-accidental trauma (NAT) in the pediatric population

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  • 6/7/2020

    Guide to selecting the correct imaging modality and exam when treating patients with muscoskeletal pathology

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