ImageSim CME has been shown to increase learner accuracy by 15% after

about 100 cases or 1 hour of participation.


“This is a great course which serves to highlight and remediate your weaknesses! Instructive and carefully put together.”

Dennis Scolnik MB, ChB, FAAP, FRCPC, Staff Physician, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada

“The fellows loved the MSK modules! They sent me a bunch of unsolicited emails, and sent me a photo as well!”

Vikram Sabhaney, BSc, MD, FRCPC, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Director, BC Children’s Hospital, Vancouver, Canada

“ImageSim CME has been a great platform to learn about diagnostic images relevant to emergency medicine. I have found this extremely useful and excellent asset for all professionals dealing with paediatric injuries and x rays. One of the best features is inclusion of normal x rays alongside all common pathologies. I highly recommend this to anyone who is keen to quickly learn paediatric x rays in short span of time with extremely minimal cost. I am really looking forward to the release of POCUS images too!”

Imran Asad MBBS, FRCPCH, Consultant Paediatrician, Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, London UK

“ImageSim has provided me with thousands of pediatric x-rays to review and learn from.  Every case and image presented has strengthened my ability to interpret diagnostic images. Each of the seven modules is well planned and presented, and provides a challenging blend of normal results, obvious injuries, and discrete pathologies of the musculoskeletal system. The low cost for each module is well worth the educational benefit. Also, I find the Imagesim modules an efficient means to fulfilling my Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Section 3 CME requirements. I recommend these modules to any healthcare professional seeking to improve their ability to interpret pediatric diagnostic imaging.”

Kelly Helmink, CD, BA, CCPA, Physician Assistant, United Healthcare Global, Canada

“ImageSim is truly a remarkably fast and inexpensive way to become highly competent in interpreting diagnostic images, from radiographs to point-of-care ultrasound videos. Just doing these cases has sharpened my visual diagnosis skills and improved my ability to read other images, like CT.  For residents and fellows, it is a fantastic supplement to clinical rotations in emergency medicine, radiology, and orthopedics. The possibilities for this learning modality are virtually endless, and keep me engaged and learning when patient volumes and exposure to cases can be highly variable. I am excited to participate in their future courses in pediatric ECG, dermatology, and burn and bruise injuries.”

Philip Sosa D.O, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, NY USA