CASE IN POINT: This clinical education activity features hundreds of subspecialty radiology cases prepared by a community of residents, their mentors, and others. Each case features the following: A case history; 4-5 image-based and non–image-based questions; Annotated image findings; Differential diagnosis; Discussion of the diagnosis and its unique imaging features.
CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL IMPROVEMENT: Explore the most current casework directly from the present-day practices of leading radiology subspecialists. Each module features 50 questions, typically with 25 image-based questions and 25 non–image-based questions. With CPI, you can: Review imaging studies across multiple modalities; Answer self-paced questions on case diagnosis and management; Learn from rationales and detailed, expertly annotated images; Research current references for further study; Readers who need and are eligible for continuing medical education credits can claim up to 8 credits per module.
The Greenwich Hospital Medical Library has over 3800 journals and more than 3400 books in its collection. Many of these are electronic and can be accessed at any time through the library's Electronic Books and Journals and Library Catalog links. We offer interlibrary loan services at no charge to students, interns, and residents. The librarians, Katherine Stemmer-Frumento and Donna Belcinski, are available for literature searches and instruction in medical database searching. If you have any questions, the library is staffed Monday-Friday from 7am to 4:00pm. The library is accessible 24/7 to anyone with a valid Greenwich Hospital ID.
Search the Greenwich Hospital Medical Library electronic resources while off-site. Email Donna for a LibLynx username & password, or use the self-registration link below.