Week in Review: Top workforce trends in radiology | Work overload and diagnostic errors | Osteoporosis crisis looms

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

Which subspecialties are in greatest demand in the radiology job market? What type of skills are employers seeking? And how can trainees boost their prospects?

Dutch radiologists have addressed these and other questions. Their findings deserve a close look in this week's most viewed article.

Another significant Dutch study has focused on the causes of diagnostic errors. The authors concluded that most errors occur when radiologists go past their average daily production and such errors occur throughout the day, with no significant increase at the end of the workday. Get the full story in our CT Community.

Prof. John Carey is a true expert on osteoporosis, particularly the use of dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry. His team in Galway has just published new information about the importance of diagnosis of osteoporosis in clinical practice and the need for a coherent policy to reduce the disease burden.

Meanwhile, German scientists have found that deep learning-based neural network allows reliable and fully automated detection and 3D segmentation of brain tumors investigated by F-18 fluoroethyl tyrosine PET.

In another article in the Molecular Imaging Community, Swiss researchers have evaluated the prognostic value of various PET scans used to diagnose and manage patients with memory loss. Their results support the more widespread clinical use of tau PET scans in these cases.

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