Music is something I have always enjoyed, and I’ve curated a “Wellness Playlist”—songs for those mentally tougher days in the reading room.
Dr. Nadja Kadom on work environments defined by democracy, information sharing, learning, and collaboration.
Although advances in modalities and innovations of technique have leveled the field, perhaps the most persistent barrier to screening is scheduling.
Dr. Omer Awan on providing relevant #FOAMrad content for today’s imaging trainees.
Dr. Nadja Kadom on how the three “r”s of sustainability—reduce, reuse, recycle—translate to radiology.
While there may be a few bright lights out there, you want to make sure they are not blinding lights, and all lights are visible.
To think that a department can continue to keep the stars without acknowledging and supporting the departmental dark matter is fallacy.
As radiologists devise strategies for burnout mitigation, time and adequate focus should be allotted to patient-centered communication.
It all starts with identifying pain points, and then getting leadership to listen and be willing to change.
Radiologists work very hard to become credentialed and take care of patients, so they should not be marginalized into feeling like cogs in a wheel.