Benefits of Writing and Presenting a Case Report Poster

By Hunter Gazda Case report poster presentations help medical students’ professional development and can be a rewarding experience in many ways. As a medical student with a dream to enter a radiology residency, I came across many interesting cases on both my radiology and non-radiology rotations. I was fascinated by these cases and found that…
Criminalization of evidence-based care that is medically indicated is injudicious, represents a significant transgression of the sacrosanct bond between patient and provider, and encroaches upon the obligations of physicians to practice medicine in the best interests of their patients. The American Board of Radiology (ABR) endorses a patient’s fundamental right to medical care provided by…
Janice Newsome, MD, has advice for anyone who wants to help the ABR improve its Initial or Continuing certification programs: Become a volunteer and make changes from the inside.   She’s been one for years and knows it makes a difference.   “Volunteerism is the engine for everything that we think is worthwhile about medicine…
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