Radiology Business (9/24) reports on a recent piece from Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology which includes several simple steps practices can take to begin addressing burnout among breast imaging.
Aunt Minnie (9/21) reports that Black women with breast cancer may be more likely to experience treatment delays and longer treatment times than white women, according to the findings of a study published in Cancer. This was particularly true for Black women who opted for radiation as part of their treatment.
Radiology Business (8/31) reports on a study published in Clinical Imaging that states the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting every facet of the radiology community, but female members of the specialty may be bearing the brunt.
Health Imaging (8/18) reports that nearly half of breast cancer survivors in the U.S. experienced care disruptions during the beginnings of the pandemic, according to new research published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, exposing dangerous cracks in the nation’s healthcare system.
Health Imaging (8/5) reports on the success of a walk-in screening mammography program launched by Massachusetts General Hospital’s academic breast imaging division. This "Pink Card" program has bolstered access to its most vulnerable patient populations, according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.