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5 Reasons Radiologists Should Join Academic Radiology


Reasons for radiologists to go the academic route.

CHICAGO - Fourth-year residents will soon be in the full swing of trying to find their next place – a full-time or part-time position as a practicing radiologist. For many, the most significant question swirling in their heads is whether they should step into private practice or continue in the path of academic medicine.Both career trajectories have their benefits, and industry leaders discussed the selling points at this year’s Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting. Here are the reasons to join academic radiology.

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