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This week we have how one radiologist's battle wth cancer has helped her connect with patients, ways you can make an impact as a leader, and what patients are looking for from hospitals.
Doctor Recalls Facing Cadavers, Mortality in Gross Anatomy LabDoctor Recalls Facing Cadavers, Mortality in Gross Anatomy Lab
Breast imager Ally Parnes talked with NPR about how her experience in the lab makes her a better radiologist and how her own breast cancer diagnosis helps her connect with her patients.
10 Ways You Can Make a Positive Impact as a Leader
Seemingly small actions can make a difference for members of your team. Can you take one of these steps today?
Hospitals Slow to Adopt Patient Apology Policies
“Patients are not asking for anything unrealistic, said Empowered Patient Coalition President Julia Hallisy, co-author of a study in the journal BMJ Quality and Safety that surveyed more than 700 patients and caregivers about medical mistakes. They want honesty and perhaps an apology, she said in an interview. ‘But the system is not designed to support either.’”
Lately from the ACR Bulletin
Learn how to connect and add value for various stakeholders with tips from stakeholder leaders.
A Rotation in Japan
A radiology resident tells us about his time working in a Japanese medical center and adjusting to a new culture.
From Theory to Practice
Although clinical decision support implementation is mandatory by January 2017, radiologists still need to advocate for the technology.