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Review of Challenges to the Implementation of Competence by Design in Post-Graduate Medical Education: What Can Diagnostic Radiology Learn from the Experience of Other Specialty Disciplines?

Competence by Design is a medical education program developed by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada to increase resident physicians' training in specialty fields. Competency Based Medical Education, which compliments traditional post-graduate medical education training by the use of an organizational framework of competencies. Diagnostic radiology PGME programs must have a deep understanding of the challenges surrounding the introduction of CBD so that they may be able to successfully implement similar medical education initiatives in their courses.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2021.11.025


Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Radiology: Where Do We Stand, Challenges, and Opportunities.

Machine learning and deep learning are subclasses of AI that have demonstrated breakthrough results in image analysis, with machine learning and deep learning subclassed. In this report, we discuss machine learning and DL in the field of diagnostic radiology. We also cover applications that extend beyond diagnosis and applications beyond analysis. Recurrent neural networks are also used for extracting data from electronic medical records and to expand the use of convolutional neural networks in the field of image classification. In addition to establishing high-resolution computed tomography and magnetic resonance images and mapping computed tomography images from the same magnetic resonance imaging, corresponding magnetic resonance images have been specifically employed by genericious adversarial networks in generating high-resolution computed tomography and magnetic resonance images. In this article, we review the most popular AI models used in medical imaging research, providing a brief review of the various models reported in the literature within the last five years. DL can be used for quality control, workflow management, and reporting.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1097/RCT.0000000000001247


How Safe Are Radiation Doses in Diagnostic Radiology? A Historical Perspective and Review of Current Evidence.

The "no dose is safe" linear no-threshold model, as a result of radiation safety in radiology research, is the basis for radiation safety. The atomic bomb survivor Life Span Study is the most comprehensive source of radiation risks after World War II. The validity of the LNT model at low doses encountered in diagnostic radiology has been questioned by new findings regarding tissue response to radiation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0041-1735927


ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL RADIATION DOSES IN DIFFERENT DIAGNOSTIC, INTERVENTIONAL AND THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR IMAGING SERVICES IN OMAN.

This report was designed to determine occupational radiation doses in various diagnostic, interventional, and therapeutic settings. The TLD dosimetry service at the Sultan Qaboos University Hospital-a 700-bed tertiary care teaching hospital in Oman, a personal dose equivalent, Hp, of 116 medical radiation workers, all with 3 y of dose data, were obtained from the TLD dosimetry laboratory, a 66-bed tertiary care teaching hospital in Oman. The average, maximum, and median cumulative doses were calculated and compared to the annual dose limit and the local dose investigation level, with the exception of the annual dose limit and the local dose investigation level.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/rpd/ncab152


The American Board of Radiology's Alternate Pathway for Diagnostic Radiology: What the Programs and the Applicants Need to Know.

The American Board of Radiology pioneered a multi-agency radiology career path to independence radiology practice without having to perform radiology residency in the United States. ABR Alternate Pathway's main reasons, including eligibility, visa options, state medical licensure requirements, their costs, and future employment prospects, are among the key factors that both the international medical graduate radiologists and training programs must consider before embarking on the diagnostic radiology ABR Alternate Pathway, namely, eligibility, visa waiver options, state medical licensure rules, their costs, and future career prospects, are discussed in this paper.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2021.09.017

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