Resources for the Advancement of Women in Medical Imaging Informatics

Men Less Likely to Specialize in Mammography

XYs need mentoring too! Male medical students exploring specialization options are less likely to opt for mammography over other imaging modalities. 

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Gender Dynamics in the OR

Conflict among surgical team members can have real-life consequences in the operating room (OR), and a study published last week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that gender composition and hierarchies might play a role in team cooperation.

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Speed Mentoring

This is the third post in a new series from #RADxx members who attended AAWR lectures at ACR 2018. Today, author Dr. Kimberly Beavers  shares her perspective on the session Speed Mentoring featuring speaker and RADxx co-founder, Dr. Geraldine McGinty.  The American Association for Women Radiologists in conjunction with the American College of Radiology hosted another […]

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Parental/Maternity Leave

This is the second post in a new series from #RADxx members who attended AAWR lectures at ACR 2018. Today, author Dr. Shannon Kim shares her perspective on the session Maternal/Paternal Leave featuring speaker Dr. Susan Ackerman. During this year’s AAWR Women’s Caucus, the topic was focused on the discussion of parental/maternity leave. Dr. Susan […]

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Be Fearless…or at Least Appear to Be

This is the first post in a new series from #RADxx members who attended AAWR lectures at ACR 2018. Today, author Dr. Michelle Dorsey shares her perspective on the session Be Fearless…. or at Least Appear to Be featuring speaker Dr. Cheri Canon. The title of this talk arose out of a recent conversation Dr. […]

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Roundtable: Does Radiology have a Future in the Connected Hospital?

Amy Patel, a breast radiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts, and RADxx steering committee member, shares how technology is changing the way radiologists train. 

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