Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s initiative to measure the patient experience in radiology. Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is one of a series about the patient experience in radiology. Earlier we shared 2 blogs by Dr. Cheryl Turner on root causes of adverse patient experiences in radiology. Be sure

A Two-Part Series on Workplace Stress, Burnout, and the Risks to Patient Safety. By Dr. Cheryl Turner, Director of Global Education and Training at Legion Healthcare Partners; and founder of Rad-Cast, the CE Podcast for Rad Professionals. Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is one of a series about

A Two-Part Series on Workplace Stress, Burnout, and the Risks to Patient Safety. By: Dr. Cheryl Turner, Director of Global Education and Training at Legion Healthcare Partners; and founder of Rad-Cast, the CE Podcast for Rad Professionals. Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is one of a series about the

An imaging informatics fellowship director and fellow share their insights. By Dr. Teresa Martin-Carreras and Dr. Tessa S. Cook, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. At first glance, the principles of patient care in radiology and imaging informatics might seem at odds. Patient care being very personal,

An Everything Rad Interview with RAD-AID Volunteers Jamie and Steve Surratt. RAD-AID, founded in 2008, is an international, volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to increasing radiological availability, expertise and infrastructure around the globe –in many underserved countries that need this support the most. In today’s post, we interview