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Can YouTube be effective in radiology education?

We've all heard of YouTube and chances are you have watched more than a few videos on the site over the years. But what is relatively unknown is whether YouTube is an effective and desirable location for online radiology education.

Six months ago, and with the collaborative backing of Radiopaedia.org, I launched ‘Radiology Channel’ as an experimental project to try and answer this question. With 18 video tutorials under our belt, more than 26,000 video views and 1,300 subscribers, the early results seem positive.

But it’s now time to dig a little deeper. As part of our planned presentation at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists Annual Scientific Metting later this year, we are conducting a quick one-minute survey. Anyone with an interest in radiology is invited to participate and to help shape the future of online education.  

Of course, once the survey is analyzed we’ll also be reporting back here on radRounds so you can see the fruits of your participation!


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Comment by radRounds Radiology Network on March 31, 2013 at 12:27am

Dear Dr. Dixon - feel free to link / embed your videos too if you have any examples (see our video section)

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