Diagnostic Radiology IC Advisory Committee Improving Communication Between ABR, Candidates

By Donald J. Flemming, MD   The ABR is committed to performance improvement. One pillar of improvement for an individual or an organization is gathering performance data to guide decisions to improve outcomes.   One of the ABR’s most important sources of feedback is its advisory committees. Each discipline under the ABR umbrella has an…
By Yasha Gupta, MD   Because of CDC guidelines and governmental limitations of social distancing, most national conferences have been canceled. In-house resident conferences have also been canceled, because most residencies are larger than 10 people. These changes have caused a paradigm shift in the sphere of radiology education.   The first and perhaps most…
By Toby Gordon, ScD   Before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were many devastating viral, bacterial, and parasitic outbreaks in North America, most of which preceded the discovery of x-rays. But since Röentgen discovered x-rays in 1895, radiology has been an important discipline in the response to epidemics, not just for diagnosis but because radiologists are…
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