RAD Women (RADxx) fosters networking and mentorship opportunities for leaders in radiology and informatics.

RAD Women (RADxx) fosters networking and mentorship opportunities for leaders in radiology and informatics.

Join the RADxx Community for monthly updates on networking events, career resources, and stay connected with fellow leaders in radiology and informatics.

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Supporting Diversity in Radiology and Informatics during RSNA19

Thank you for being a member of the RADxx community. We are excited to share some photos from our RADxx Cocktails for Change event at the a [...]

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Getting More Women Speakers in Radiology & Informatics

If you’ve ever been to a meeting or conference in healthcare, there may be something that you have noticed: the lack of female speakers. A [...]

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Calling all RAD Women (and Men!): Let’s Bring More Diversity to Informatics Leadershi [...]

RAD Women (#RADxx) was founded in the Fall of 2016 and is an exciting initiative that focuses on fostering networking and mentorship opportu [...]

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RADxx Award Winners 2018

3rd Annual RADxx Awards

The RADxx awards recognize the achievements of women in the field of medical imaging informatics, as well as anyone – both men and women – who have helped and supported women in medical imaging informatics. Nominations are now open for the 2019 RADxx Awards.

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Financial Freedom with RADxx: Disability Insurance 101

Listen to our on-demand webinar, featuring Stephanie Pearson, MD, FACOG, a licensed broker specializing in disability and life insurance for [...]

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13 women making moves in healthcare leadership

The following women leadership moves have been reported since June 11:

21 women making moves in healthcare leadership

Becker's Hospital Review reported on the following women who left, announced plans to leave, assumed or were named to new hospital positions [...]