RSNA 2017 News
November 29, 2017

CHICAGO - By all accounts, radiology is a great medical specialty for women. In fact, it's one of the few medical disciplines in which female and male academic physicians make the same salaries. But why aren't more female medical students picking radiology, and what can be done about it? We speak to Dr. Amy Kotsenas of the Mayo Clinic and Mini Peiris from IT developer Ambra Health about the topic.

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Dr. Amy Kotsenas of the Mayo Clinic and Mini Peiris from IT developer Ambra Health discuss how to encourage more women to enter the field of radiology.
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Video from RSNA 2017: What can radiologists do to be more patient-centered?
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Video from RSNA 2017: How will AI change radiology?
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