Web-Based Student Syllabus
Access the Rad 100 Syllabus (Authorized users only.) Currently not available for subscription or external use.
Like many other aspects of modern life, the practice of radiology is steadily converting to the digital world. The syllabus remains the basic resource for student learning. Accessible through the UCSF radiology website and to the entire SOM via iRocket, it is a concise, on-line resource that highlights the indications for imaging and the basic radiographic features of common clinical problems in a short, readable form with 300 appropriate images.
The brainchild of the Radiology Learning Center Director Henry Goldberg, MD, the Radiology 100 Online Syllabus is a web-based, illustrated resource for the UCSF medical school integrated curriculum. With over 300 images and self-assessment examinations, it acts as a resource for all four years for the medical school curriculum, covering such topics as basic chest and abdominal plain film imaging, imaging the abdominal and GU organs, staging malignancies, CNS imaging, imaging the severely injured patient, musculoskeletal, mammography, and introduction to interventional radiology.
Every year new chapters are developed, and current chapters are updated, to keep up with advance in technology, sciences and medicine.
UCSF School of Medicine students rate it very highly, calling it a great resource. In addition, medical students at UCLA, UC Irvine, Stanford, the University of South Dakota and Emory University are now using the syllabus. The expansion of the Radiology 100 Online Syllabus reaffirms the Department's commitment to providing high quality education and has helped establish UCSF as a leader in online education.
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For more information about the Radiology 100 Syllabus, please contact Melinda Parangan-Chu.