Have a COVID-19 experience to share? Please Let Us Know

Have a COVID-19 experience to share? Please Let Us Know

Acknowledging the impact COVID-19 has had on the radiology and medical physics fields this year, we are changing elements of our 2020 annual report.

Among many other subjects, we usually publish exam results and photos of in-person volunteer committee meetings. COVID, of course, changed that dynamic this year. We will only administer limited exams at Pearson VUE centers in December and our committee meetings went remote in March.

This year, we would like to talk with radiologists and physicists about their professional experiences during the pandemic. How many more hours are people working? How many have colleagues who contracted the virus? How much more stress is everyone facing? We plan to feature several personal accounts in the annual report and our blog.

Anyone who would like to share their story should email us at communications@theabr.org. We welcome participation from academic and private practice professionals.

Our 2019 annual report, which featured a few of our volunteers, is available on our website. The 2020 report will be printed in either March or April 2021.

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