Week in Review: Workflow in breast MRI | Black radiologist speaks on racism | Imposter syndrome among radiographers

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

A widespread lack of capacity continues to restrict MRI's use in breast imaging and screening. Dutch researchers have addressed this issue by seeking to optimize patient throughput and workflow. They presented their findings at the European Society of Breast Imaging annual meeting in Valencia, Spain. Find out more in the Women's Imaging Community.

Twenty years ago -- or perhaps even 10 -- it was inconceivable that the U.K. Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) might post a blog on how a black radiologist feels working in a largely white community. Under the guidance of RCR President Dr. Kath Halliday, the college now regularly addresses sensitive topics like diversity and burnout. Halliday and her colleagues deserve praise for their brave approach.

Have you ever heard of "imposter syndrome"? Authors from the U.K. have written about this phenomenon among radiography students. Find out more in our news report.

In other news, a French team has attempted to shine a light on long COVID brain fog by using F-18 FDG-PET. Take a close look at what the group found in the Molecular Imaging Community.

Since the launch of this site at ECR 2011, we've always welcomed articles written by clinical radiologists. This week we posted a new column written by the ever-popular Dr. Chris Hammond. Check it out in the MRI Community.

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