James Borgstede, MD’s Advice to Radiology Residents

December 6, 2012

James Borgstede, MD, discusses the new radiology board exam and offers advice for residents entering the job market.

 

Will I have a job when I finish my residency?

It’s a major concern for radiology residents, said James Borgstede, MD, professor and vice chair of radiology at the University of Colorado and president of the American Board of Radiology.

“They will have a job, but they are going to have to be a little more adaptable,” he said, meaning they may have to move or choose a different size practice or subspecialty.

Another area really affecting residents is the new radiology board examination, which now includes a more robust initial examination.

In this video, Borgstede explains what the new exam will look like, and offers advice for radiology residents entering the job market. 

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