Rapid Reporting Tool
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DescriptionRapid Reporting Tool is an app dedicated to improving your ability to diagnose radiographic images, based on the style of the Final FRCR Part B Rapid Reporting Session examination. The app features several sets of exam-quality images, handpicked by leading radiology experts, organised into five, ten and thirty-five minute test packets. Offering image manipulation controls for all images, the test environment enables you to examine each image in fine detail, and identify those that show normal appearances and those that show abnormal appearances. Once the test is completed, a score with specific feedback on each image is provided, and the chance to review each image again is also offered. A countdown timer for each test packet ensures you can complete each test within the allocated exam timeframe.
This intuitive and easy-to-use app is ideal for radiology trainees revising for the Final FRCR Part B examination and for all other radiology trainees interesting in testing their knowledge of the subject.
•Dedicated test environment, complete with standard image manipulation controls such as zoom, inverse and brightness/contrast adjustment
•Exam-standard, peer-reviewed cases, selected by leading radiology experts
• Simple, intuitive app interface
• Varying length test packets, for maximum flexibility when time is of the essence
• Detailed feedback for each test image, helping you learn from your mistakes
• Four packets with 5 images each
• One packet with 10 images
• One packet with 30 images (exam length packet)
This edition features only single radiograph cases and not the mix of CT/MR/US/radionuclide images often found in an exam situations.
We are eager to hear about your experience with this app and welcome your input. If you would like to get in touch, please contact us at [email protected]
The credit for the concept and radiological images in this App goes to: Dr. Sanjay Gandhi MBBS, MD, DNB, FRCR, FHEA.
Dr Gandhi has been teaching medical students and postgraduate trainees for more than two decades through several key academic and University positions. He is British Medical Association (BMA) Book Award winning Editor and author of several radiology textbooks. Dr Gandhi is a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
What's New in Version 1.3iOS 8 update.
Redesigned for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus
Refreshed image sets