Radiology Masterclass is committed to producing high quality tutorials and teaching aids specifically for UK medical students and junior doctors learning the art of radiology.
Radiology Masterclass is a long term education project, devised and edited by Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones (BA MBBS PCME MRCP FRCR). Graham initially studied Graphic Design at Bristol Polytechnic, graduating in 1991, before going on to study Medicine at Imperial College, graduating in 2001. Graham trained in post graduate medicine in West London and then as a Radiologist on the Wessex training scheme. He now works as a Consultant Radiologist in Salisbury. It was while working as a Specialist Registrar that this website was conceived.
Graham is the co-author and illustrator of 'Radiology at a Glance' (Chowdhury et al - Wiley-Blackwell, 2010) and contributed as an illustrator to 'ABC of Imaging in Trauma' (King/Wherry - Wiley- Blackwell, 2010).
The Radiology Masterclass is growing. Your comments are vital to its development. If you would like to act as the Radiology Masterclass representative for your Medical School (UK only), please get in contact. You can use the promotional poster to let others at your medical school know about Radiology Masterclass.
If you have particular skills in web development, or an interest in the use of websites in medical education then please get in contact.
A Radiology Masterclass Facebook page has recently been set up. Comments regarding the best use of this page are very welcome.
The Radiology Masterclass seeks to comply with W3 Consortium web standards. It is principally aimed to be compliant with up-to-date versions of FireFox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari browsers. The appearance of some pages may differ in each of these browsers. A broadband connection is recommended as some pages contain multiple high quality images.
The Radiology Masterclass is principally designed using XHTML and CSS. The web design principles employed are simple - few words, meaningful illustration, ease of navigation, and high standard content.
At present the Radiology Masterclass does not have a web accessibility policy, but the aim is to develop this in due course. If you are a UK medical student with a disability, and have found skills in radiology difficult to learn because of your disability, then please get in contact.
Use of the Radiology Masterclass website is no substitute for formal medical training. The Radiology Masterclass takes no responsibility for lack of exam success and advises adherence to local advice regarding standards required within a formal medical education curriculum. Where local advice differs from methodology proffered in this website, local advice must be adhered to. The Radiology Masterclass does not guarantee that data referring to clinical guidelines or nomenclature is up to date. No clinical decision should be made based on material in this website, reference to senior clinical opinion and knowledge gained from wider medical education is always required. The Radiology Masterclass does not offer medical advice and if asked to do so via the contact form is not obliged to respond.
Radiology at a Glance, co-authored by the author of Radiology Masterclass, is a complete overview of medical imaging for medical students, junior doctors and other health professionals using X-ray department services. Read independent review.
ABC of Imaging in Trauma covers the essentials of trauma imaging concepts and is an excellent text relevant for all medical personnel involved in the care of trauma patients.