Here's what to expect this week on Diagnostic Imaging.
In this week’s preview, here are some highlights of what you can expect to see coming soon:
Women in radiation oncology are lagging behind in numbers compared to other specialties. Look for an article this week that discusses novel interventions detailed in Advances in Radiation Oncology that are designed to increase recruitment.
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Real-world success with artificial intelligence is enticing, but it can also be elusive. Look for a column this week from David Gruen, M.D., chief medical officer for IBM Watson Health Imaging where he shares insights on how one health system is making it work.
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Radiology is widely known as the technology leader in healthcare. To maintain that status, radiologists should stay involved with development. This week, Jack Cerne, M.D., a clinical research associate in cardiovascular MRI from Northwestern University, discusses the role and responsibility of radiologists in pushing technology developments forward.
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