Episode #2 Already?
I’ve been holding on to this little beauty for far too long and the highlight of the interview is little more than two weeks away…
Saturday 16, May
Featuring Andrew Dixon (Radiopaedia Managing Editor) and Frank Gaillard (Radiopaedia Founder)
Apologies for the poor audio quality of some sections of the interview. I was excited, speaking loudly… and therefore clipping.
Though I did manage to get Andrew on tape for some really clinically useful information as well, we spoke so much about Radiopaedia and its various mediums as well as the upcoming courses that I couldn’t fit it all in! Doesn’t change the fact that this is absolutely worth a listen. It just means more goodies to come!
- Dr. Andrew Dixon:
- Andrew is a radiologist and passionate radiology educator. He is a managing editor for Radiopaedia.org, one of the world’s leading radiology websites. In late 2012 he founded the Radiology Channel, a popular educational channel on YouTube, which has over 24,000 subscribers and more than 600,000 video views. His Radiology Signs page on Facebook is liked by more than 750,000 people.
- Andrew graduated from Monash University in 2005 and completed his radiology training at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He underwent subspecialty fellowship training in magnetic resonance imaging, gaining advanced skills in musculoskeletal and neuroradiology. Andrew works as a full time consultant radiologist at the Alfred Hospital and also maintains an affiliation with Imaging at Olympic Park.
- Andrew is a strong advocate for science-based medicine and has been the recipient of multiple awards and scholarships. He has authored many research articles, contributed to two book publications, and presented at nine scientific meetings including five international meetings. In 2012 he was an invited presenter at the IFSO World Congress in New Delhi. In 2013 he presented at the RANZCR Annual Scientific Meeting in Auckland. In 2014 he co-hosted the Neuroradiology ‘stump the stars’ session at the RANZCR combined scientific meeting.
- Twitter: @DrAndrewDixon
- Linkedin… Where I borrowed this lovely bio from.
- Radiology Signs
- Radiology Channel
- Sadly, I realised afterwards that we definitely had not discussed this amazing resource. Only laid mention to it. More to come. And yes, that includes Andrew Dixon/EMU Podcast collaborative videos.
ADDITION: Andrew has asked that I am sure to be clear that there is no forthcoming Android App. Radiopaedia is increasing their sites mobile compatibility to make it more accessible from all devices.
Fig. 1 The excellent pie chart retort I mentioned.
It’s not far off so sign up for the course at radiopaedia.org/courses!