Small World - WFPI's Newsletter

DECEMBER 2015 




TB Corner - relaunched

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Image © George Taylor


Includes articles published for TB Corner. JUST ISSUED - Nov 2015 - as part of IDoR celebrations

 

NEWLY ADDED TO OUR ONLINE VIDEO LIBRARY:

"Approach to Neonatal Plain Radiographs" - Prof. George Taylor (algorithm: Rita Teele)
&.... 
Our first Spanish language video now on YouTube!! Dr. Goya Enriquez from Vall d'Hebron Children's Hospital in Barcelona describes how a pediatric radiology department acquires a good chest radiograph in a young child. Residents and junior radiographers may find this video particularly useful and it may also help prepare patients and their family adequately prior to acquiring a radiograph.


 

The International Day of Radiology, organized by the European Society of Radiology, the American College of Radiology and the Radiologic Society of North America, is celebrated yearly on November 8th. 

2015's theme: pediatric imaging 

We loved sharing the pediatric imaging celebrations with you! 


Our thanks to all those who contributed & took part #IDoR2015 #PedsRad

 

  

FRIDAY 6th NOVEMBER - THE GLOBAL WAVE ROLLED OUT - click here






Click here for the fantastic entries .... and see the winners!

 

 

Twitter

WFPI partners with Radiopaedia for IDoR 2015, theme pediatrics

See Radiopaedia Facebook or Twitter 

#IDoR2015 CASE SUBMISSIONS NOW CLOSED - the cases reached over 2 million people!
BUT..... OTHER PEDIATRIC CASE SUBMISSIONS WELCOMED

  

Introducing Radiopaedia.org, for anyone unfamiliar with this free educational radiology resource with one of the web's largest collections of radiology cases and reference articles, with its Facebook and Twitter followers standing at 371k and 15.3k respectively.

On the run up to IDoR on November 8th, WFPI and Radiopaedia teamed up to host a selection of 20+ interesting pediatric cases from around the world via Radiopaedia’s massive social media outlets and our own website and social media feeds. YOU got to share your favorite case on the web, WE got to pick from a varied and worldwide selection!   

Continue to share your most illustrative pediatric cases with Radiopaedia's large online audiences:



Our mission

  • Communication and collaboration between pediatric imaging practitioners, via their organizations
  • Advocating for appropriate practices and resource allocation for children
  • Education
  • Patient safety, in particular radiation safety and protection
  • Outreach and training in lower resource settings
  • Research
  • Provision of information & resources

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