Supported by: Abstract In the earlier AIMed webinar, speakers touched upon challenges hindering the real adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in clinical radiology. As most radiologists share a rather speedy and hectic workload, AI tools...
In this narrative medicine essay, an internal medicine intern with metastatic osteosarcoma tells what it is like to be a patient facing a grave disease and explains that she needs commitment, empathy, and presence from her physicians.
Saurabh JhaBrilliantly written, with wonderful analogies. Doctor with osteosarcoma
By LEONARD D’AVOLIO We all know Luddites. They proudly pronounce their rejection of Facebook and feign disgust about how they finally "broke down" and bought that awesome Motorola Razor they still carry. Maybe you are a Luddite or pretend to be...
Saurabh JhaNed Ludd rebelled against the machine not because his job was being taken away but he was told to produce more RVUs. Sounds familiar, radiologists?