Resources for the Advancement of Women in Medical Imaging Informatics

How Can Women Close the ‘Diversity Gap’ in Imaging Informatics?

This article shared on DOTmed News discusses how women in the male-dominated field of imaging informatics need to go further than simply mentoring their female co-workers. They should also be their sponsors, putting their names forward for positions and helping to advance their careers.

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SIIM 2018 Recap: Supporting Women in Radiology

Thank you for joining us to show support for Women in Radiology while at SIIM18. We had over 120 people join us for the event hosted by RADxx and Ambra Health.   RADxx Networking Event Thanks for coming out in full force to our networking event to connect the present and future of RADxx. If […]

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RADxx: The XY Perspective

I had the pleasure of ending my time at SIIM’s 2018 Annual Meeting by being in a room of 30 Radiologists & Informaticists. Later on my way home, I realized I had some thoughts I wanted to share with my colleagues across the entire industry - prospects, customers, competitors, and partners alike.

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#RADxx Moms

By the end of May, my 2-year old daughter will have accompanied me to eight radiology meetings. I’m fortunate that my husband has a job that allows him some flexibility to travel, and that he’s an amazing dad who loves going on adventures with his little girl. But when we’re speaking in consecutive sessions at […]

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When Radiologists Can Easily Report Issues with Image Quality, the Entire Practice Benefits

“Consistent diagnostic image quality along with timely and accurate performance of technical and clerical tasks is a requisite for high-level radiology patient care,” wrote lead author Shlomit Goldberg-Stein, MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, New York, and colleagues.

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Participants in a Group for Women in Radiology Report High Satisfaction, Improved Careers

Radiology has been lagging behind other healthcare specialties for quite some time when it comes to gender equality. Could the creation of groups for women in radiology (WIR) be a step in the right direction?

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