Virtual Open Houses Helps Vanderbilt UMC’s Residency Program Spread the Word

COVID changed the world, including the way medical programs recruit potential residents.  Gone are the days when medical students had to travel to learn more about residency options. The diagnostic radiology program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center was among many that pivoted to virtual open houses. It’s been a successful strategy. Vanderbilt’s joint webinar session…
Carolina Guimaraes, MD, understands the value of sharing knowledge with young physicians from developing countries. As part of the American Society of Neuroradiology’s (ASNR) Anne G. Osborn International Outreach Professor Program, Dr. Guimaraes spent time this summer living up to that obligation in Moshi, Tanzania.  In July, Dr. Guimaraes spent a week at the Kilimanjaro…
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