Week in Review: SIIM 2023 | Ultrasound for breast cancer screening | LGBTQIA+ patients' imaging needs

Dear AuntMinnie Member,

This past week we had editors on the ground in Austin, TX, covering the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) annual meeting, an event packed with discussion about how AI is changing the practice of radiology.

Check out our videos from the conference with Woojin Kim, MD, who shared his thoughts on generative AI (Spoiler alert: There's more to it than ChatGPT). SIIM Chair Tessa Cook, MD, PhD, recapped the first day of the meeting and discussed the challenges women in imaging informatics face. Also, check out our SIIM reporting on the need for meaningful AI training data and how AI can help clinicians interpret trans-thoracic echocardiography (TTE) exams.

Once you've read these stories, take a look at our most-read article this week, which highlighted research that explored which women should undergo ultrasound for breast cancer screening, as well as our second most popular article about how radiology education improves understanding of LGBTQIA+ patients' imaging needs.

Finally, find out what Harvard researchers have to say about the effect weight-loss surgery has on bone strength, why PET/MRI shows promise for breast cancer imaging, and why the American Board of Radiology is switching diagnostic radiology certifying exams from a computer-based to a remote oral format.

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