Diagnostic accuracy can suffer under inappropriate lighting levels, researchers explained in Radiography.
Dutch researchers warned hospitals must help stem this trend in order to combat the rising burnout rates threatening patient safety.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center trainees shared their experience with the program, which has been running successfully for six years, in JACR.
IR providers should consult experienced legal counsel to guide them in both malpractice and workplace-related concerns, experts explained recently.
ACR said it made the "difficult decision" with its members' safety in mind. The event will take place May 15-19.
Individuals exposed to diagnostic radiation in the first decade of their life face an increased risk of developing the disease, Penn Medicine experts reported recently.
Experts from two top institutions shared their arguments for and against abbreviated exams in AJR.
Plus, the American Association for Women in Radiology hands out its top honor and Kaiser Permanente names its incoming CMO.
Two trainees with New York-Presbyterian Hospital shared their experiences in Clinical Radiology.
Radiography providers in Nigeria reviewed the challenges and benefits, offering up their own recommendations recently.
That growth has also coincided with a drop in positions filled by U.S. graduates, experts explained in Academic Radiology.
Radiologists signed off on the exam, but never took the proper steps to determine the 91-year-old's contrast risks.