Expectations—both for yourself and your work environment—play a huge role in radiology.
In a lot of ways, going to your first job in radiology after residency is like changing from running laps to doing cross country—it’s a lot longer and lot less regular.
Does specializing in radiology actually mean anything anymore?
Eric Postal asks, why does meddling with healthcare so often take the same approach?
Are medical professionals really exempt from a dumbing down of language?
A rad's job is pretty straightforward—at least in theory. When your job description meets the uncertainties of the real world, how do you cope?
The rad job market is cyclical—and where you got in can make all the difference.
Eric Postal imagines a grim future for radiologists, where AI takes over and the penultimate radiologist decides the fate of everything.
Is there a way to add a little more sincerity to the day-to-day?
When you come to the job negotiation table, do you have all your facts in front of you?