AuntMinnieEurope.com Launches Board Review for Radiologists in Europe, Hits Growth Milestones

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Radiology portal registers 30,000th active member, records 1 million monthly views.

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These milestones indicate the progress AuntMinnieEurope.com has made in delivering its unique mix of news and educational content to European radiology professionals.

Radiology portal AuntMinnieEurope.com has launched Board Review, a new online interactive educational section that enables European radiologists to prepare for their board certification exams. At the same time, the site reported that 30,000 unique members were active in the past year, and it also recorded over 1 million page views a month for the first time.

Board Review consists of dozens of questions on important radiology topics that are designed to test an applicant's knowledge of radiology. Questions include relevant medical images, clinical histories, and discussion of findings.

Board Review was developed in cooperation with the European Board of Radiology (EBR) and is designed to help European radiologists prepare for the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR), an international diploma issued by the EBR that certifies a radiologist to have the knowledge and competence in compliance with accepted standards.

Board Review content is specifically based on questions in the EDiR certifying exam, giving radiology trainees the most realistic test preparation experience.

“Revising for exams is incredibly tough these days for busy, young working doctors, so we wanted to do our bit to help them prepare in a practical way,” said Philip Ward, editor in chief of AuntMinnieEurope.com. “We’re very proud to link up with the EBR on this new project.”

To date, over 4,500 candidates from all over the world have taken the EDiR examination since its inception in 2011, with a pass rate of 66%, according to Prof. Laura Oleaga Zufiría, PhD, scientific director of EDiR. Over 900 candidates will be taking the EDiR examination in 2020 in 10 different cities: Vienna, Paris, Warsaw, Barcelona, Örebro, Ankara, Islamabad, Cairo, Moscow, and New Delhi.

"EDiR is the perfect way for radiologists to consolidate the knowledge gained during their training. Especially for young radiologists, preparing for the EDiR not only means taking a step further in their professional careers but also receiving a boost of self-confidence," Oleaga said. "We are very happy that AuntMinnieEurope.com is participating in this process and to help candidates obtain this certificate of excellence."

AuntMinnieEurope's Board Review can be found at http://boardreview.auntminnieeurope.com.

In addition to Board Review, AuntMinnieEurope.com announced that for the first time, over 30,000 unique radiology professionals have been active on the site in the past year. And finally, February 2020 was the first full month in which page views for AuntMinnieEurope.com exceeded 1 million on a 30-day basis.

"These milestones indicate the progress AuntMinnieEurope.com has made in delivering its unique mix of news and educational content to European radiology professionals," said Craig Overpeck, CEO of Science and Medicine Group. "We are gratified at the reception that the site has received and are looking forward to continued success with our new Board Review feature."

About AuntMinnieEurope.com
AuntMinnieEurope.com is the premier online destination for radiologists, radiation therapists, interventional radiologists, and related professionals in the European medical imaging industry. AuntMinnieEurope.com and AuntMinnie.com feature the latest news, communities, continuing medical education, and board review education for medical imaging physicians, clinicians, residents, and medical students across the world. AuntMinnieEurope.com and AuntMinnie.com are part of Science and Medicine Group, the leading research and advisory firm serving the life science, analytical instrument, diagnostic, healthcare, radiology, and dental industries.

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