Video from RSNA 2015: Should we cut the number of residency spots?

December 1, 2015

CHICAGO - Should the number of radiology residency slots be reduced to improve the job prospects for radiologists? This controversial proposal is addressed by Dr. Richard Duszak from Emory University and Dr. Andrew Rosenkrantz from NYU Langone Medical Center.

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Dr. Richard Duszak and Dr. Andrew Rosenkrantz discuss the issue of reducing the number of radiology residency spots.
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