Radiation exposure among radiology staff lower than recommended limits
February 3, 2023 -- Occupational exposure to radiation among radiologists and radiologic technologists is about 90% below annual dosage limits, according to a report published on 31 January in Radiation Physics and Chemistry. Read More
How equitable and universal is access to breast screening?
January 16, 2023 -- Mammography screening is less likely to be used by women who are part of marginalized groups, who live in rural areas, and with low-income status and education level, research published on 9 January in the European Journal of Radiology has found. Read More
U.K. team boosts bone scan capacity to meet COVID-19 backlog
January 4, 2023 -- Radiologists in the U.K. who are facing a backlog of bone scan procedures for prostate cancer patients have developed a strategy for optimizing appointments that can significantly increase capacity. Read More
What's the most cost-effective way to diagnose liver metastases?
November 28, 2022 -- CHICAGO - MRI appears to be the most cost-effective modality for diagnosing colorectal cancer liver metastases, according to a German study presented in a 27 November session at RSNA 2022. Read More
Using humor can improve the radiologist-patient relationship
October 13, 2022 -- Laughter may not be the best medicine on paper, but a Swiss study published October 8 in Cancer Imaging suggests a little humor can go a long way for the radiologist-patient relationship. Read More
Survey: Burnout makes patient safety incidents twice as likely
September 21, 2022 -- Burnout makes patient safety incidents twice as likely to occur, and clinicians experiencing burnout are four times more likely to be dissatisfied with their jobs. Those are two of the key findings from a new U.K. analysis. Read More
Radiographers can add value in double reading of mammography
September 15, 2022 -- In countries with workforce constraints, could radiographers help with double reading of mammograms? Researchers from Nottingham, U.K., believe they can, and say their results support the use of physician extenders for breast screening. Read More
Radiology educators split on how pandemic affected student learning
September 2, 2022 -- The jury is out on whether the COVID-19 pandemic affected radiology education positively or negatively. But at the very least, students may be learning how to be more resilient, according to a study published on 18 August in Radiography. Read More
Do referring clinicians consider radiation risk when ordering CT?
August 16, 2022 -- More referring clinicians than anticipated take radiation risk into account when they order CT scans for their patients, it seems. That's a key finding of a new global survey led by the highly respected Madan Rehani, PhD. Read More
Vilgrain pinpoints 7 'soft skills' radiologists must have
July 25, 2022 -- Radiologists are extremely diligent about developing technical skills for their profession, but they may need to work harder cultivating "soft skills" such as good patient communication. That's the view of Prof. Valérie Vilgrain from Paris. Read More