Resources for the Advancement of Women in Medical Imaging Informatics

Over 4.3 Million Impressions During October #RADxx Tweet Chat!

Welcome to the 3rd #RADxx tweet chat recap! We thought it was impossible to keep up with the last tweet chat but this one saw even more momentum with new voices sharing their unique experiences in informatics throughout their careers. As seen in the storify recap, there were over 4.3 million impressions and over 816 tweets! The tweet […]

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15 Top Innovators in Imaging Informatics

#RADxx members Geraldine McGinty, M.D. and Tessa Cook, M.D. are part of the top 15 innovators in imaging informatics. Health Data Management has identified several leaders in the field who are finding ways to exploit new technology to improve effectiveness and efficiency in radiology departments. View the full article here – https://www.healthdatamanagement.com/list/15-top-innovators-in-imaging-informatics

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Introducing New RADxx Author – Ashley Prosper, M.D.

Introducing our newest RADxx author – Ashley Prosper, M.D. Ashley Prosper is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of California Los Angeles where she specializes in diagnostic cardiovascular and thoracic imaging. Prior to joining the faculty at UCLA, Ashley completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology, a fellowship in Cardiothoracic Imaging and an enfolded […]

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Join Us for a #RADxx Tweet Chat!

Join us on October 5th, 2017 from 4-5pmEST for a RADxx tweet chat. During our last tweet chat (check out the storify recap) ,there were over 2.5 million impressions and over 600 tweets! The tweet chat will be driven by Dr. Geraldine McGinty (@DrGMcGinty) and joined by Dr. Amy Kotsenas (@AmyKotsenas), Mini Peiris (@Mini_Peiris), Dr. Tessa Cook […]

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Is the Future of Radiology Diversity, Acceptance, and Mutual Understanding?

Hear from one of our #RADxx members, Amy Patel, MD, breast radiologist on the American College of Radiology’s blog. According to Dr. Patel, “We as radiologists will be serving a diverse patient population. We will need to be prepared to meet the needs of our patients, including arriving to mutual understanding to better serve them.”

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Takeaways from the 2017 ACR Commission on Human Resources Workforce Survey

One of the key takeaways of the 2017 ACR Commission on Human Resource Survey was that gender distribution remains the same; the radiology field is still primarily male. However, the divide is a bit less in younger age groups. And most importantly, only 13% of practice leaders are female. How can we encourage more women […]

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