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Foundational Curriculum
Topic-Focused Lessons
Topic-focused lessons present specific diagnoses, anatomy, differential diagnoses, and assessment questions related to the topic.
Two Difficulty Levels
Two curriculum levels deliver the right training for each resident level. The Basic level is for 1st-year trainees and provides topic introductions, imaging anatomy, and basic diagnosis questions. Intermediate is for 2nd-year and 3rd-year trainees, building on more advanced topics and imaging modalities.
Comprehensive Curriculum
RADPrimer delivers the first comprehensive radiology curriculum, across all core disciplines and over 3,500 topics, to help you become a competent, confident radiologist.
Expert-Written
Elsevier’s team of experts contributes a lifetime of subspecialty expertise to your learning experience.
Access 24/7
Access RADPrimer anytime, anywhere. RADPrimer is web-based and optimized for access on an iPad® or a newer web browser.
Assessment Advantages for Residents
7,000 Questions and Counting
With over 7,000 questions covering a variety of topics, RADPrimer ensures you are prepared for anything and everything, including physics and safety and appropriateness criteria.
Test Mode
In Test mode (such as during pre- and post-tests), you will take all the questions in the test without hints or learning suggestions so you can check your knowledge.
Tutorial Mode
Questions in Tutorial mode give immediate teaching tips and lead you back to the lesson material that will strengthen your understanding.
Physics and Safety/Appropriateness Criteria
RADPrimer also includes hundreds of special questions, such as physics and safety and appropriateness criteria questions.
Customizable Quizzes
Create custom quizzes to evaluate your learning retention. Flag questions for follow up. Select new questions or revisit previous questions.
See Your Improvement
Pre- and post-tests measure your learning progress so you can see your improvement.
Access 24/7
Access RADPrimer anytime, anywhere. RADPrimer is web-based and optimized for access on an iPad® or a newer web browser.
Assessment Advantages for Faculty
Performance Tracking
For each key area, educators can see how individual residents are performing, how residents in a specific program year are performing as a group, and how residents in your program are performing compared to their peers around the world. Educators can also use this information to gain insight into areas of strength and weakness for individual residents, specific program years, and the entire residency program.
Reporting and Documentation
Use key performance indicators for individual residents, such as time spent reading topics, number of questions taken, and average quiz performance statistics to help accurately gauge and document your residents’ progress.
Consistent Guidance
RADPrimer’s curriculum provides a consistent educational resource for every teaching faculty member in your program.
Time Savers
Save time getting started with printable reading lists, department implementation suggestions, and recommendations on how to integrate with your resident tracking software. These time savers, combined with the faculty module training tools, makes reporting quick and easy.
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