March 3, 2017

VIENNA - Burnout, dissatisfaction, and inequality are three major challenges facing radiology today, but simple measures can help overcome them, according to Dr. Mauricio Castillo, professor of radiology and chief and program director of neuroradiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the U.S. An honorary lecturer at ECR 2017, he gives some practical advice on how to avoid problems.

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Dr. Mauricio Castillo gives some on advice on how to deal with the challenges of burnout, dissatisfaction, and inequality in radiology.

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