The app features loads of useful content...
There are 500+ anatomy questions including x-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound.
Tackle a quiz that teaches you which tests to order depending on the clinical scenario.
Work your way through realistic and comprehensive teaching cases with detailed answer keys.
Practice your approaches to abdominal x-ray, chest x-ray and head CT.
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This app is designed for medical trainees and medical professionals to increase their confidence in identifying normal anatomic structures, ordering the most appropriate imaging test and identifying common pathology.
The app was developed entirely "in house" at the University of British Columbia by a team of faculty, residents and medical students. The app was funded by a UBC Teaching and Learning Education Fund grant, which allows us to offer it as a free resource worldwide.
This app is available for free to anyone with a compatible Apple or Android device. Our goal is to improve accessibility to high quality resources for learners everywhere.
The app has been developed to take into account validated instructional design models for whole task learning in medicine. Based on established theory, the app is designed to promote discovery learning.
This app is based on the radiology undergraduate curriculum at the University of British Columbia (UBC), which is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The app content is organized into the pre-clinical (MS1, MS2) and clinical (MS3, MS4, intern) years.
The focus of the pre-clinical years is on identifying normal anatomy and acquiring basic ultrasound skills and the focus of the clinical years is to become familiar with ordering appropriateness criteria and to recognize key pathology. The list of clinical cases presented in this app are developed from the UBC third year medical student clerkship "Must See" clinical objectives. Many of the cases include pathology correlation which allows students to integrate the radiology findings in disease with the pathological appearance.
The learning objectives integrated into this app are based on the undergraduate radiology objectives developed by the major radiology societies including the Alliance of Medical Student Educators in Radiology (Association of University Radiologists), European Society of Radiology and the Canadian Association of Radiology.
Every great app has a great team behind it!
Dr. Matthew Toom MD
UBC Department of Family Medicine
Dr. Savvas Nicolaou MD FRCPC
Associate Professor and Vice-Chair of Undergraduate Education, UBC Department of Radiology
Dr. Bruce Forster MD FRCPC
Professor and Head, UBC Department of Radiology
Alexandra Roston BA
Csilla Egri MSc
Vivien Hu BSc(Pharm)
Alison Harris BSc(Hons), MBChB, FRCR, FRCPC
Bruce B. Forster MSc, MD, FRCPC
Lila Yewchuk MD, FRCPC
Michael Nimmo MD, FRCPC
Patrick Vos MD, FRCPC
R. Petter Tonseth MD, FRCPC
Silvia Cheng MD, FRCPC
Claudia Krebs MD, PhD
Gord Andrews MD, FRCPC
David Tso MD
Heejun (Tony) Kang MD
Jeff Hu MD
Jun Wang MD
Rollin Y. Yu MD
Sheldon Clark MD
Stephen Choy MD
Trenton Kellock MD
Will Guest MD, PhD
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Dr. Kathryn Darras MD
UBC Department of Radiology