More radiology residents and fellows felt their workplace cultures allowed them to speak up about patient safety problems rather than inappropriate behavior, according to a new study published in AJR.
New episodes of "DICOM Dialogues" will be released each month and run 20 minutes, featuring expert discussions on everything from artificial intelligence to increasing diversity in radiology departments.
Experts called for institutional policy changes to ensure these gender disparities don't have a long-term impact on the field.
New Jersey Appellate Division Judge Rose said that the plaintiff did not require an affidavit of merit to move forward, reversing a previous ruling.
Both groups agree on the importance of incidental masses and the need to address them but also indicated only a minority of organizations are taking active steps to do so.
The 2021 ISMRM conference and exhibition was set to take place May 15-20 as a hybrid in-person and online gathering.
The American Society of Radiologic Technologists found that fewer radiography and nuclear medicine educational programs have eliminated clinical rotation schedules compared to last April.
Yuliya Lykhonosov was terminated after a positive COVID-19 test forced her child's day care to close, leaving her with no other available options amid the pandemic.
Meanwhile, nearly 85% reported facing gender discrimination, according to a small survey of women in the specialty published recently.
Alex Oshmyansky, MD, PhD, who works weekends as a staff radiologist, first founded the Dallas-based startup in 2018.
Radiology organizations such as RSNA and Johns Hopkins have had success using the platform, but the specialty can do much more to advance imaging education, experts explained in Academic Radiology.
Plus, Johns Hopkins radiologist joins scientific advisory board, new interventional rad leadership, and Strategic Radiology's latest C-suite hire.