Why it pays to know about management in radiology March 26, 2015 -- Management is really not as boring as many radiologists may think, and there are also many interesting projects to consider for radiology trainees, which really can be done in every clinical setting, as Dr. Peter Mildenberger from Mainz, Germany, explains.
Video from ECR 2015: Nicola Bedlington on finding the human touch March 7, 2015 -- VIENNA - Think more deeply about your patients and how you communicate imaging results to them. That's the advice of Nicola Bedlington, secretary general of the European Patients' Forum, in an interview with AuntMinnieEurope.com Editor-in-Chief Philip Ward at ECR 2015.
No second chance: Lawsuits set to rise across the board March 6, 2015 -- Radiology is one of the specialties most liable to claims based on medical malpractice, according to a presentation on Friday at ECR 2015 in Vienna. Radiologists can increase their awareness and knowledge of malpractice risks, as well as identify strategies that reduce the problems leading to malpractice litigation.
Screening sweet spot key for personalized medicine March 6, 2015 -- VIENNA - "Personalized medicine" is quickly becoming overused, with many institutions even starting to rebrand themselves using the phrase. It's often associated with genomics, but that's a mistake; instead, radiologists should focus on hitting a screening sweet spot, according to a presentation at ECR 2015.
Video from ECR 2015: Dr. Norbert Hosten on German radiology March 5, 2015 -- VIENNA - This is a big week for Germany -- one of the three host nations and home of the ECR president, Dr. Bernd Hamm. In an interview with AuntMinnieEurope.com Editor-in-Chief Philip Ward at ECR 2015, Dr. Norbert Hosten, president of the German Radiological Society, speaks about the hot issues facing the country's radiologists.
Video from ECR 2015: Dr. Nicola Strickland on radiology's future March 4, 2015 -- VIENNA - How can radiologists make themselves future-proof and indispensable? Dr. Nicola Strickland, consultant radiologist at London's Hammersmith Hospital, provides some answers in an interview with AuntMinnieEurope.com Editor-in-Chief Philip Ward at ECR 2015.
How 'normal' can revolutionize imaging March 4, 2015 -- VIENNA - So often "normal" is looked down upon; it's the extraordinary, the outliers, the special cases that get all the attention. However, normal studies can revolutionize the way images are seen, according to a speaker at the ECR 2015 opening press conference.
U.K. steps up its bid to entice overseas radiologists February 4, 2015 -- A shortfall of radiologists in the U.K. is putting a strain on departments across the country, and bolstering services with a fresh injection of imaging specialists has never been more important, according to local experts.
What do patients really know about radiation and radiologists? January 22, 2015 -- While it's all well and good for radiologists to spend more time interacting with patients, it's important to understand what patients actually know about radiation and radiologists to do this effectively. Two studies presented at the recent RSNA meeting explored these questions and came to some surprising conclusions.
Radiologists face constant interruptions during daily work December 31, 2014 -- Radiologists are constantly interrupted during their normal daily workflow in the reading room, which could have significant implications for patient care, according to a study presented at this year's RSNA meeting.