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Health Services Research & Policy ■ Clinical Practice Management ■ Training & Education ■ Leadership
Health Services Research & Policy
■ Clinical Practice Management
■ Training & Education ■ Leadership

Julianna Czum, MD (@JuliannaCzumMD), is division director of cardiothoracic imaging at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and assistant professor of radiology and cardiology at the Geisel School of Medicine, in nearby Hanover.  She is the current Bruce Hillman Fellow in Scholarly Publishing and serves on JACR’s editorial board.

Wicked Smaht

The next revolution in radiology is not about a new imaging modality or machine learning, but about reducing reporting variation.

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Reframing the Issue

It's not that burnout occurs because radiologists can't handle stress; It's that dysfunctional workplaces are too stressful.

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Physician, Google Thyself

Online ratings may become a quality metric impacting individual provider payments, so the time to get familiar with them is now.

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Machine Learning in Radiology: What Does the Future Hold?

Artificial intelligence looms large in radiology's future, but how it will be used remains unclear.

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R-SCAN: Successful Collaboration Made Easier

When it comes to teamwork between radiologists and clinicians to improve patient care, R-SCAN™ gives you the tools. All you need now is the team.

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Calling All “Social Media in Medicine” Papers!

Lend your voice to the JACR December 2017 special issue on social media in medicine.

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Radiology Firing Line - Concentrations in Nuclear Medicine

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Radiology Firing Line: Missed Care Opportunities

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How Many Opportunities Did You Miss Today?

Skipped appointments should disappoint health care providers, but not for the reasons you think.

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Sharing the (Podcast) Love

Who do you know who might enjoy the Radiology Firing Line this month?

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When Incidental Findings Cause an Incident

Not reporting harmless incidental findings can decrease anxiety and reduce downstream testing, but it's not without worry or risk.

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Cultivate Empathy: Walk a Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes

​If you understand another's feelings and perspectives, your words and actions will reflect that.

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Workplace Bullies: Don’t Wait for Karmic Justice

It's time to stop workplace bullying in radiology and radiation oncology facilities.

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Radiology Firing Line - AGCME

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ACGME Milestones or Millstones?

Are residency milestone requirements tools for standardizing knowledge and skills to ensure minimum standards or are they meaningless metrics and burdensome documentation for both trainees and attendings?

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Health Policy Implications of the New President

When it comes to health care, will the future bring disruptive innovation or just disruption?

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Seeing Is Believing: Why Coronary Calcium on Lung Cancer Screening Matters

Because every smoker is getting optimal coronary artery disease risk factor management...not.

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So this begs the question, does cac on CT screening necessitate an "S" category in lung rads scoring? We have disagreement in our ... Read More
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 06:38
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Oculus Drift

When it comes to fatigue in the radiology reading room, the eyes have it.

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Are You Ready for Some Football? Maybe Not

Sports-related chronic traumatic encephalopathy presents a new challenge to radiology researchers hoping to identify this condition early in its course.

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Radiology Firing Line - Women in Radiology

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This should be required listening for every educator in radiology. Great job Matt, Kristina, and Ashley. Love Matt's suggestion ab... Read More
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