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  • More productive academic radiologists make better teachers

    More productive academic radiologists make better teachers

    Anicka Slachta - Radiology Business | July 25, 2018


    ​Radiologists with high rates of clinical productivity are likely also better teachers for residents, according to data published this month in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Read More
  • AHRA: 6 ways to work with Generation Z in radiology

    AHRA: 6 ways to work with Generation Z in radiology

    Kate Madden Yee - www.auntminnie.com | July 25, 2018


    Generation Z is defined as individuals born between 1995 and 2009; they make up 25% of the U.S. population -- a larger percentage than the baby boomers or millennials. They're "digital natives," born into an internet age, and they are driven, independent, and protective of their privacy, said presenter Gina Greenwood, director of radiology services at University of Wisconsin Health in Madison. Read More
  • ASRT, ARRT spearhead grant for education, professional growth

    ASRT, ARRT spearhead grant for education, professional growth

    Subrata Thakar - Radiology Business | June 07, 2018


    ​The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) Foundation will award a $500 grant to 50 radiologic technologists (RTs) to support educational efforts and professional growth. The “Advancing Your Profession: Education and Professional Growth Grants” program will be funded by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Read More
  • Untraditional teaching tool underscores importance of MRI safety for radiology trainees

    Untraditional teaching tool underscores importance of MRI safety for radiology trainees

    Anicka Slachta - Radiology Business | June 15, 2018


    ​Applying an alternative deep learning, assessment-based approach to radiology education could help trainees better retain information for use in future work, according to a study published in Radiography this month. “One of the most important influences on which approach students adopt to their learning is the design of the assessment strategies used,” O. Kalthoff, the paper’s first author and a staffer at the Heilbronn University of Applied Science in Heilbronn, Germany, wrote. “Studies have shown that students are more likely to take a deep approach if they see the relevance and importance of what they are being required to do.” Read More
  • 82% of radiology residents motivated to study by tablet-based curriculum

    82% of radiology residents motivated to study by tablet-based curriculum

    Subrata Thakar - Radiology Business | June 20, 2018


    Implementation of a complete tablet-based curriculum positively impacts the motivation, satisfaction and engagement of radiology residents, according to findings published in Academic Radiology. ​ Previous research has found 79 percent of healthcare professionals use tablets, and 81 percent of radiology trainees believed they would spend more time learning radiology if provided one. Read More