Institutional page (institutions)
Citation, DOI and article data
An institutional page is your very own special place in Radiopaedia for your verified institution; a place to collate your cases and users in one place and access exclusive perks.
This institution's page can be public (recommended) or private.
Public institutional page
Radiopaedia is all about sharing knowledge. A public institutional page is visible to all visitors and is a great way to promote your institution's contribution to Radiopaedia. It will list your current and previous verified members and show all public cases attributed to your institution.
Private institutional page
We understand that depending on your local corporate culture, regional legal requirements, or just your preference you may not want to make your institutional page public. If that is the case, you can make your institutional page private.
A private institutional page is only visible to logged in users who are verified (by the institutional admin) as belonging to that institution.
Note: the visibility of an institution's page has no effect on the visibility of individual cases. In other words, a public case that is also collected in a private institution's case library remains public elsewhere on the site.
You can, however, create a private unlisted online case library containing cases that only your institution's verified members can access. Find out more.
Becoming a member of your institution
Before you can contribute cases to your institution's case library or benefit from your institutional supporter status, you need to become a verified member of that institution. Find out more.