Dear AuntMinnie Member,
If you're a radiology resident studying for the board exam, you know how important it is to get your hands on every tool possible to study. That's why we developed Board Review, an interactive, case-based resource designed to help you pass the boards.
Board Review uses a question-and-answer format that not only tells you what you got right (or wrong) but also includes detailed clinical explanations for every answer. Content comes from real-life cases experienced by radiologists from the University of Pennsylvania, our partners on our popular Case of the Day section.
Since the beta launch of Board Review last year, we've taken your comments and suggestions and used them to make multiple improvements, with the enhanced site launching this week. Board Review 2.0 includes new features such as allowing you to stop the timer to study case explanations, feedback to help you focus on areas of weakness, and the ability to concentrate on one clinical area or mix up cases.
So give Board Review 2.0 a try today at boardreview.auntminnie.com. And keep coming back as we continue to add content throughout the year.
SalaryScan is waiting for you
Another new feature we've relaunched is SalaryScan, our salary comparison tool for radiology professionals in the U.S. SalaryScan will allow you to compare your salary with those of your peers, based on profession, years of experience, geographic region, and even area of specialization.
We are collecting data for SalaryScan for a couple more weeks, so go to salaryscan.auntminnie.com to help us acquire the most accurate salary data possible. You can even win one of 10 $100 Amazon gift cards.
MRI for prostate
Before you start your weekend, take a look at our top story for this past week -- an article on how researchers from the U.S. National Cancer Institute developed a standardized grading system for multiparametric MRI scans to assess the spread of prostate cancer.