Undergraduate and Post-Graduate Residency Training


Learning and Assessment

With ImageSim Training, medical trainees will be able to practice interpreting up to several hundred examples of image-based cases. This learning system emphasizes the learning paradigms of deliberate practice and assessment for learning. As such, after a trainee submits their diagnostic impression, the trainee receives feedback with every case and learns more effectively from every case they do. These educational strategies have also been shown to improve learning retention.


Visual and Text Feedback After Every CaseVisual and Text Feedback After Every Case



The trainee gets reports on the number of modules started, number of cases completed, and performance measured as accuracy, sensitivity and specificity. In line with current resident evaluation trends, ImageSim learning system implements a performance-based, not time-based, competency threshold.  To be considered “practice-ready” competent, a trainee must achieve scores of at least 80% in accuracy, specificity and sensitivity.


Time versus Performance Based Competency

Time versus Performance Based Competency



Learning Objectives

  1. To acquire expertise that may take the trainee years to establish from clinical practice alone
  2. Increase trainee accuracy in interpreting visually diagnosed tests*
  3. Demonstrate better patient outcomes through improved physician skill 

*Our results to date show an average increase in accuracy of 15% after about 100 cases.


A Resident’s Learning Curve

A Resident’s Learning Curve


Learning Modules
Pediatric Musculoskeletal Radiographs

This includes 7 modules of different regions of the pediatric musculoskeletal system:

  • Skull
  • Clavicle/Shoulder/Humerus
  • Elbow
  • Forearm/Hand
  • Pelvis/Femur
  • Knee/Tibia-fibula
  • Ankle/Foot

Each module contains between 200-400 cases, with a total of 2100 radiograph cases. For a live demonstration, click here.

Pediatric Musculoskeletal Radiographs

This course includes 434 chest radiograph cases with examples of the following:

  • Infection
  • Cardiac disease
  • Trauma
  • Foreign bodies
  • Child abuse
  • Chest mass
  • Diaphragmatic hernia
  • Normal/normal variants

Modules Under Development

  • Pediatric Emergency Point of Care Ultrasound – 400 point-of-care ultrasound images/video clips:  e-FAST, cardiac, soft tissue, and lung
  • Pediatric Electrocardiograms – 250 cases
  • Female Prepubertal Genital Examination – 150 colposcopic image cases

Program Directors

Join the growing number of programs that are using this learning system for their residents and fellows. Each program director gets a customized link that provides the status of each of their trainees:

  • Number of modules started
  • Number of cases completed
  • Performance metrics

Access and Payment

Access to all cases is for two years.

Contact us to discuss fees and payment models – info@imagesim.com.

* Group rates available for training programs with 10 or more participants