David Woeber is a retired registered radiologic and CT technologist. Among the many great services Dave did for our RT community was to create a valuable online resource for RTs. He lives and worked in the Tri-State area of West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Dave has been in the profession for more then 45 years. His interest in the internet started in the early 1980s and he had scoured the web for about that many years looking for good resources on radiology. In 1996, Dave decided to make a web page for imaging technologists and radiologists. This process lead him to build a website which was the cornerstone of the RT community. Dave retired from being a webmaster and his site is no longer online. But we have recreated the links from that now defunct site and will be adding to the sections bringing them up to date.
Below is excerpt from the former Davesplacesinradiology.com front page. Links which are no longer active have been removed.
Welcome Imaging Professionals These pages are dedicated to all imaging professionals in search of research, and resource links on our profession as radiologic technologist’s, radiologist’s and radiology students.
ACR, Welcome to the American College of Radiology, the nation’s leading organization representing radiologists, radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists, and medical physicists. For more than 80 years the ACR has been health care’s recognized leader in all facets of radiology, offering its members valuable information and resources in the critical areas of education, research, and advocacy to advance the profession and ensure the highest quality of radiological care for patients.
ACR Case In Point, American College of Radiology. Now you can sharpen your diagnostic skills while you enjoy the challenge of an interactive learning experience. You can now earn valuable CME Credits for the ACR’s popular online learning tool, Case in Point. You’ll have an opportunity to claim CME on the last page of each case.
Architecture for Radiology, LLP, was founded in 1994, as an architecture and project management firm to serve the needs of the radiology industry, including: diagnostic imaging centers , health care institutions, radiologists, manufacturers and radiology departments within hospitals. The firm is based in New York City, and has unparalleled global experience in radiology facility design, radiology architecture, radiology equipment planning and radiology construction.
AUNTMINNIE, AuntMinnie.com is the largest and most comprehensive community Web site for medical imaging professionals worldwide. Radiologists, technologists, administrators, and industry professionals can find information and conduct e-commerce in MRI, mammography, ultrasound, x-ray, CT, nuclear medicine, PACS, and other imaging disciplines.
The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists – ARRT®,TheARRT is the world’s largest credentialing organization that seeks to ensure high quality patient care in radiologic technology. We test and certify technologists and administer continuing education and ethics requirements for their annual registration.
Delusional Radiology, Welcome to Delusional Radiology. This site has been established by papa bear, for the means of properly educating people about medical radiology. Too many people have looked at getting into the radiology field, and many times looked within the field for advancement, and received incorrect or inaccurate information. This is one of my ways of helping people in the field achieve what they want to achieve, in the correct manner.
Health Imaging Hub, Health Imaging Hub was initiated by radiologists, health imaging technologists, and internet media experts to promote Health Imaging & IT Globally with an emphasis of regional coverage. Today Health Imaging Hub is providing information breakdown to the main five regions Middle East, Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific & Europe. The news can also be categorized and searched by the country as well.
imagingBiz – An electronic monthly journal for leaders in medical imaging services.
International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists, The ISRRT is an organization composed of seventy-one national radiographic societies from sixty-eight countries representing more than 200,000 radiographers and radiological technologists. It was formed in 1959 to act as a link between radiographers and radiological technologists throughout the world.
Journal of Radiology Case Reports, Interactive, high quality, open-access and peer-reviewed radiology cases.
The “Journal of Radiology Case Reports” is a new kind of journals for Radiology case reports. The peer review and editorial process conforms with other peer reviewed journals. However there are significant differences: This journal is dedicated solely to Radiology case reports. Case reports are usually “neglected” by large or traditional journals, mainly due to competition with “higher value” articles (review, original research etc.) for valuable space in the hardcopy version of the journal. As a consequence, it becomes increasingly difficult to publish interesting casuistic in a peer-reviewed environment. This was one reason why this online journal was born – to give the opportunity to publish solely Radiology case reports.
Learning Radiology, a popular and award-winning radiology site aimed primarily at medical students, student radiographers, physician assistant trainees and residents-in-training containing lectures, handouts, images, Cases of the Week, online quizzes, flashcards of differential diagnoses, 22 Must See Diagnoses and “most commons” lists, primarily in the areas of chest, GI, GU, pediatric, cardiac, and bone radiology.
MDCT.net, is a continually updated reference website offering scientific information to all professionals involved in or interested in multidetector computed tomography technology and practice. The website aims at keeping the radiology community updated on recent developments, at providing information that may improve standards of practice, and at promoting the worldwide dissemination of relevant guidelines and scanning protocols.
MDCT, A new Australian site who’s mission is to improve the standards of delivery and practice of Computed Tomography examinations throughout Australia and the world by acting as the gateway between national and international organizations which promote Quality Patient Care, Education and Research Computed Tomography.