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Written by Everlight News Desk

on Apr 11, 2017

As specialists in emergency reporting, Everlight was proud to support Radiopaedia’s Trauma Radiology Course, which took place on the 15th of April at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney.

Hosted by consultant radiologists Dr Andrew Dixon and Dr Craig Hacking, the course was a case based review of trauma radiology. The interactive course covered important injuries on x-ray and CT and how to avoid common interpretation pitfalls. It is ideal for health professionals (doctors and non-doctors) involved in the care of trauma patients.

Everlight also supported Radiopaedia’s Neuroradiology Review in 2017 and will also be supporting its Emergency Radiology course in Brisbane later this year.

Discover upcoming Radiopaedia courses here.

Andrew Dixon, MBBS (Hons) FRANZCR

Andrew Dixon, MBBS (Hons) FRANZCR is a Consultant Radiologist and Co-Director of Radiology Training at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He has primary subspecialty expertise in neuroradiology, with secondary interests in musculoskeletal imaging and trauma radiology.

He is a keen radiology educator, having achieved international recognition for his courses including Radiopaedia's Radiology Review Course, Trauma Radiology Course, Emergency Radiology Course, Medical Imaging Anatomy Course and Adult Brain MRI Review Course. His outreach efforts include the Radiology Channel on YouTube and Radiology Signs project on social media.

His primary research interest is in the use of technology in radiology, including deep learning and social media. He is currently Radiopaedia's academic director. He is a University of Melbourne Honorary Senior Lecturer.


Craig Hacking, BSc (Biomed) MBBS FRANZCR

Craig Hacking, BSc (Biomed) MBBS FRANZCR is a Consultant Radiologist and the Medical Director of Medical Imaging at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with a special interest in trauma and emergency radiology, radiologic anatomy and education and is a past director of training.

In 2015, Craig worked at the Royal Melbourne Hospital alongside Associate Prof Frank Gaillard and began regularly contributing anatomy articles and teaching cases to Radiopaedia. He is currently a Managing Editor at Radiopaedia and was previously the Anatomy Section Editor, with a background in teaching anatomy to undergraduates, medical students, surgeons and radiologists for over a decade. Craig is on the executive committee for the Australian and New Zealand Emergency Radiology Society (ANZERG) and the Academic Lead for Clinical Radiology at the University of Queensland.

Craig and Dr Andrew Dixon will be presenting anatomy, emergency and trauma Radiopaedia courses in 2020 in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.