Dear AuntMinnie Member,
Imposter phenomenon, also known as imposter syndrome, is commonly experienced by people in all kinds of professions. And radiologic technology (RT) students are no exception.
A new survey conducted in the U.K. found that more than three of every four diagnostic and therapeutic radiography students experienced frequent and intense traits of imposter syndrome, a behavioral health phenomenon characterized by self-doubt and a feeling of waiting to be exposed as a fraud. Our coverage of the research was our most highly viewed article of the week.
The second-most viewed article reported on a new study assessing the current evidence supporting the use of ChatGPT in radiology. Click here to learn about their conclusions.
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Here’s the full list of our top 5 stories of the week:
- U.K. radiography students beset with "imposter phenomenon"
- What’s the evidence so far for ChatGPT in radiology?
- ChatGPT may help to educate interventional radiology patients.
- Researchers have also concluded that patients prefer structure and more details in their radiology reports.
- Kaiser Permanente facility fined for MRI accident