SearchingRadiology.com is a search engine for searching radiology peer-reviewed information.
Radiologists seeking answers to questions at the point-of-care may use SearchingRadiology.com for searching radiology peer-reviewed information to improve patients' care, outcomes and lives.
Yes, visit Cincinnati Children's Internet Point of Care Credit or myRSNA to receive CME credit for seeking answers to clinical questions at the point-of-care.
On the search results page, you may click on one of the keywords under "Refine results" to refine your search results to Textbooks, Journals, or Atlases.
The radiology information that powers SearchingRadiology.com consists of radiology journals and textbooks and atlases that must meet two criteria: 1) Peer-reviewed - The information must peer-reviewed by an editorial board and 2) Open Access - The information must be free to use without requiring registration or a login.
Please note the information from the radiology journals is made available by them due to their membership in the Washington DC Principles for Free Access to Science. Information from Radiology and Radiographics is made freely available one year after publication and information from AJR and BJR is made freely available two years after publication.
SearchingRadiology.com is powered by the Google Custom Search Engine.
The information contained in SearchingRadiology.com is not a substitute for the medical care and advice of your physician. There may be variations in treatment that your physician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.
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SearchingRadiology.com is curated by Michael P. D'Alessandro, MD.
Michael D'Alessandro received an M.D. from Wayne State University School of Medicine, completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Iowa, and completed a fellowship in Pediatric Radiology at Children's Hospital Boston / Harvard Medical School. He is currently a Professor of Radiology at the University of Iowa and a pediatric radiologist at Children's Hospital of Iowa.
Dr. D'Alessandro's research is in the field of digital libraries and educational informatics.
All contents copyright © Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D. All rights reserved.
"SearchingRadiology.com", the SearchingRadiology.com logo, and "Searching radiology peer-reviewed information" are all Trademarks of Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D.
SearchingRadiology.com is funded in whole by Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D. Advertising is not accepted.
January 5, 2017
SearchingRadiology.com is a point-of-care decision support tool for radiologists.
By using SearchingRadiology.com regularly, individuals will be taking part in unstructured, situated learning that will result in continuing radiologic education.