DetectedX announces new website, new resources & new commitment to communication

  • May 16, 2022
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Since 2019, DetectedX has proudly pioneered the next generation of intelligent, interactive learning through a cutting-edge platform that lets radiologists, radiographers and student improve their sensitivity and specificity. Continuing our commitment to improving radiological practice on a global scale, we are pleased to announce our newly updated website and learning centre.

Launched at SBI 2022, new look learning platform allows us to better reflect the needs, interests, and perceptions of the international radiology community that we serve. In addition to expanded learning content, it includes plenty of other digital refinements to enhance user experience.

Here are the most notable changes. We welcome collaboration from our members and encourage clinicians to reach out if they have recommendations for future improvement.

Broader spread of resources

An enhanced range of micro-learning tools now supports professional development in more ways. These resources include short case-based quizzes, lectures hosted by global leaders in radiology, self-assessment modules, and new content which expands the knowledge available to benefit your clinical practice. In addition to extra breast and lung content, users can now access learning on medical physics, radiation, artificial intelligence, and more.

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Better user contact and more contributors

The revamped imagery also accompanies a shift in our contact methods. It marks the beginning of regular communications with our valued radiology community, including a dedicated email list and improved notifications of events via social media. Our team of valued content contributors continues to grow, diversifying our voices and range of expertise as well as our course content.

Improved layout and user interface

The learning center's newly streamlined layout and interface increases readability and navigability. Refined element placements ensure it displays effectively for larger screens, and a refreshed colour palate increases text contrast that better compliments the digital and real-world environments in which clinicians view diagnostic images.

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Toward the future

Our new look learning platform is by no means the end of our professional betterment. Just like our users, DetectedX will continue refining its practice and promoting new ways to improve. We encourage users to explore our improved online resources at their leisure and familiarise themselves with their learning interface platform; more content, more resources, and more opportunities are on the way.

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We thank you for being part of our community so far, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds for us.