Leadership

RSNA has announced the launch of a new program designed to improve radiology education and patient care in low- and middle-income countries throughout the world.

RAD Women (RADxx), a professional group for women in the radiology and imaging informatics industries, announced that nominations are now officially open for its annual RADxx Awards.

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) has announced that, as of Aug. 6, its membership includes 7,277 representatives from the United States.

Healthcare providers are working to communicate with patients about errors more and more, hoping that well-planned disclosure and apology processes can help limit legislative action and improve care. What is radiology’s role in this growing trend?

Radiologist Robert Marshall, MD, is running as a Republican candidate to be the next U.S. Senator from Illinois. Could he be the first radiologist elected to Congress?

Seventy-seven percent of radiology practice leaders view burnout as a “significant” or “very significant” problem, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Physician burnout continues to be a problem in the United States, and numerous studies have highlighted its impact on radiologists. 

Burnout is high among interventional radiologists, according to a new study published in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.

Wendy J. Stirnkorb, CRA, RT (R) (MR), MRSO (MRSC), began her presentation July 22 at the AHRA 2019 Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado, with a few basic questions for the audience.

Rock and roll, inflatable instruments and choreographed dance breaks may not seem like they have much to do with radiology, but they were all present Monday, July 22, at the AHRA 2019 Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.

Many radiologists are creatures of habit, according to a new analysis published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. What does this mean for their overall performance on a day-to-day basis?  

Providing plenty of supplies and emphasizing the importance of workstation hygiene can lead to much cleaner reading rooms, according to a new case study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.