Teleradiology in disaster events, screening and second opinions

Project Leads - Dr. Glyn Llewellyn-Jones, Dr Peter Dixon

Teleradiology in Disaster Events, Screening and Second opinions (TIDES) provides remote radiology services to Samoa and the Cook Islands by a team of volunteer radiologists in Australia and New Zealand. Working on a rotating roster, the radiologists provide pro bono second opinions and reporting during disaster events

Project Leads - Dr. Glyn Llewellyn-Jones, Dr Peter Dixon

If you are a RANZCR fellow and would like to volunteer for the TIDES project, please click on the button below to complete your volunteer agreement and upload a copy of your medical indemnity insurance certificate. With any questions relating to the agreement, contact katja@radiologyacrossborders.org

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