Resources for the Advancement of Women in Medical Imaging Informatics

RADxx Opens Nominations for 2nd Annual Awards Program, Recognizing Outstanding Leadership in Medical Imaging Informatics

NEW YORK, NEW YORK — August 23, 2018 —RAD Women (#RADxx), a networking group for the advancement of women in radiology and imaging informatics, today announced the opening of nominations for the RADxx Awards. The RADxx awards recognize the achievements of women in the field of medical imaging informatics, as well as anyone— both men […]

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Q&A: Amy Patel Details her Experiences Providing Breast Imaging Services in Urban, Rural Areas

RADxx steering committee member Amy Patel, MD, recently transitioned from practicing at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston to overseeing a total of seven rural and community hospitals (including one in an urban setting) in northwest Missouri as a medical director. She shares her experience in this Radiology Business Interview. 

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RADxx Tweet Chat Recap

Did you miss our most recent tweet chat on making the most out of RSNA 2018? We’ve got you covered! Catch the questions posed by our moderator, Kristina Elizabeth Hawk, MS MD PhD, and the insights shared by #RADxx and #RADxy alike! RSNA is an overwhelming show with countless sessions, product demonstrations, events, and networking opportunities. […]

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How to Fix the ‘Boys Club’ in Interventional Radiology

Is interventional radiology (IR) a “boys club” dominated by men? That’s the suggestion of a new survey that found women make up a small minority of interventional radiologists and often experience various types of harassment, according to a paper in the October issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology.

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ACR Chair Tells MICCAI Attendees That Radiologists Must Embrace AI

Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR, chair of the American College of Radiology (ACR) Board of Chancellors, was the keynote speaker at the recent Medical Image Computing and Computer Assistance Intervention (MICCAI) Society annual meeting. McGinty described AI as a megatrend with potentially huge implications for health care generally and for medical imaging specifically.

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Women Leaders in Radiology Can Gain Trust, Influence through Emotional Intelligence

Radiology Business article by Nicholas Leider highlights a column published online Sept. 17 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology, by Cheri L. Canon, MD, with the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine. Dr. Canon discussed how diversity in leadership can improve flexibility and allow for more dynamic solutions.

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ACR Highlights Women in Radiology

An interview with Melissa A. Davis, MD, MBA, in assistant professor of radiology and biomedical imaging and section chief of emergency radiology at Yale University School of Medicine. She is also the clinical lead for the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation.

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