Radiologist Continues Developing Her Photography Talent

From their often dimly lit, windowless rooms, diagnostic radiologists want as few distractions as possible when they are concentrating on images. A patient’s life could depend on what the radiologist finds.   Some compensate for all that time indoors by taking up outdoor activities, such as hiking, golf, or cycling. Sapna Reddy, MD, a diagnostic…
By Jesse M. Conyers, MD   Over the past few weeks, many have apologized about our radiology residency Class of 2020 not having a traditional graduation ceremony. Over and over, I have replied “It’s totally OK” or “Really, it’s fine.” But as I take an honest inventory of my emotions, I realize that’s not really…
(Note: This blog was written before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S.)   By Erin Cooke, MD   As a diagnostic radiology (DR) residency program director and member of one of the last cohorts to take the oral ABR exam in Louisville, I have been curious about how the standards are set…
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