Each year in the heart of spring in the United States, academic/teaching radiologists get together at a different part of the country to discuss the newest teaching methods, radiology residency issues, and hot academic topics at a meeting called the annual Association of University Radiologists (AUR) meeting. For new applicants and radiology residents, this meeting is […]
Studying for the ABR Core Exam is undoubtedly a daunting task. Not only can the sheer amount of material one needs to learn seem overwhelming, but also the vast amount of resources available can be more of a burden than an asset. I often see my fellow residents scrambling to make time to go over […]
What are the essential ingredients of a successful radiologist? – the art of oral and written communication, being able to distinguish one study from another, the ability to successfully analyze the findings, the masterful arrival at a reasonable differential diagnosis, and the creation of insightful management recommendations. The oral boards enabled residents for years to learn these essential skills of […]
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