Leadership

RSNA has announced two new educational courses focused on AI, including the first RSNA Spotlight course to be hosted in the United States.

Pamela K. Woodard, MD, has been named the inaugural Hugh Monroe Wilson Professor of Radiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis for her accomplishments in cardiovascular imaging and research.

For radiologists to work well together—as a team and not a group of individuals—they must understand each other’s personalities, according to a recent analysis published in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology.

By developing a strategic diversity program, representatives from Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s department of radiology successfully improved the diversity of its residency applicant pool and residency training program. 

Many transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) patients report experiencing discrimination when receiving healthcare services, according to a new analysis published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

More than half of radiologists who experience burnout cope with those feelings through exercise, according to a new report from Medscape. Radiologists also handle such feelings by speaking with friends and family, sleeping, playing/listening to music and isolating themselves from others.

The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) has announced the winners of the ASRT Foundation’s annual International Speakers Exchange Award.

CT technologists, just like radiologists and other imaging professionals, can experience high rates of burnout. What can be done to combat burnout and keep patient care running smoothly?

When Issack Boru was growing up in Ethiopia, his father suffered a head injury, but was unable to receive the care he needed due to a lack of medical imaging resources. This made an impact on Boru, who now works as a radiology imaging supervisor and volunteers to provide training all over the world.

A funny thing happened on the way to PaRADigm 2019, the upcoming annual meeting of the Radiology Business Management Association. Where RBMA usually draws speaking proposals from 50 or 60 potential presenters, this time nearly 90 came in. That was far more than the 42 slots allotted for breakouts, so the association will have plenty of material to pick from as it organizes webinars and other educational events over the coming months. 

Radiologists can help patients understand the significant hazards associated with obesity, according to a new commentary published in Academic Radiology.

Medical specialties across the board are getting creative as they work to bring millennials, aka “Generation Y,” into the fold. And even if there’s little truth behind the stereotypical associations—participation trophies, videogame addictions, fear of commitment—millennial radiologists are challenging the profession to adjust now or struggle to remain relevant later.