Expert talks decolonizing global radiology with AuntMinnie.com

As radiologists work on global health initiatives such as introducing health screening services to low-resource areas around the world, they should be cognizant of pitfalls that could exacerbate global health inequities.

That was the message from a recent editorial written by a team of experts in response to a study on patient navigation for breast cancer screening in Uganda. The editorial was published March 7 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

One of the editorial's authors, Farouk Dako, MD, from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, spoke with AuntMinnie.com about strategies for decolonizing global radiology.

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