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Radiology Residency Programs Would Benefit from Better Female Representation By Christine Nwoke, MS, DO 2022;15(6):9 In 1981, Drs. Helen Redman and Ann Lewicki established the American Association for Women in Radiology (AAWR) with the intent to increase the presence of women in the field. Despite their efforts, there is still a low number of female…
Maintaining Relevance in RO Exam Development By Paul E. Wallner, DO, ABR Associate Executive Director for Radiation Oncology, and Anthony M. Gerdeman, PhD, ABR Director of Exam Services 2022;15(6):8 To maintain credibility, any organization responsible for evaluating knowledge and skills of clinical or scientific domains must be prepared to assure those being tested of the…
Make Time for Yourself During Late-Year Rush By Mary S. Newell, MD, ABR Governor 2022;15(6):1 It is ironic that these late fall and early winter days, which already feel so short, are packed so full for those in our field, with the predictable late-year influx of patients and the start of national meeting season. Often,…
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