Australia-based DetectedX is launching MyImageDx, an interactive learning platform enabling radiology educators to design and deliver image-based learning using DetectedX’s templates and resources. Specifically, MyImageDx enables educators to leverage existing DetectedX content or load their own educational content for secure online learning. 

DetectedX was founded to help radiologists worldwide to diagnose cases of breast cancer, lung cancer, and COVID-19 faster and more accurately. Designed based on evidence-based teaching strategies for the imaging workforce, the on-demand, web-based training platform features several teaching templates for image upload, assembly, and distribution.

This includes:

  • Diagnostic self-assessment modules, which involves the user looking at a predefined number of cases with known truth and image diagnosis.
  • Image quality self-assessment modules: Junior radiologists/radiographers/students can test themselves on judging diagnostic image quality/positioning against experts.
  • Quizzes: Single patient cases can be shown, often with multi-modality images; users are tested on image appearances.
  • Mutiple choice questions/multiple answer choices.
  • Videos/presentations: interactions can be built into the delivery with immediate truths given.

“MyImageDx provides the best of both worlds in terms of radiology education,” says Patrick Brennan, MD, PhD, CEO DetectedX and chair of diagnostic imaging, the University of Sydney. “Users can leverage DetectedX’s intelligent interactive educational technology and content from such world-renowned educators as Professor László Tabár and Professor Mary Rickard, or they can create and organize their own content using our award-winning templates and educational approaches.”