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What is Continuum of Care? Tanja Brycker

2022 22 Jul

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Jefferson Radiology Implements Tele-Ultrasound to Improve Breast Imaging Accessibility

2022 04 May

New telemedicine software enables radiologists to connect with patients virtually and in real-time Jefferson Radiology has implemented advanced telemedicine software for its diagnostic ultrasound appointments. Collaboration Live, a tele-ultrasound software by Philips™, will dramatically improve patient access by enabling radiologists to connect... Read more

Women’s Heart Health Reexamined

2022 01 Mar

A new collection of scientific articles published by Circulation Research shines a light on the differences between men and women regarding heart health. Experts from the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai led the project, which resulted in an anthology of 14 scientific articles that review the past decade of research on women's cardiovascular health. ... Read more

Call for Submissions - HealthManagement.org The Journal 

2022 01 Feb

HealthManagement.org is always open to submissions on important topics related to management and leadership in healthcare, cardiology, radiology, hospital management, critical care, Health IT, women's health and clinical decision support. Submit your proposals today.  Healthcare Digitalisation Pathways  - Best practices, future of digitalisation,... Read more

January is Cervical Cancer Prevention Month

2022 14 Jan

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) as well as the U.S. Congress marks January as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. The U.K also recognizes 17-23 January 2022 as Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.   Over 14,000 U.S. women are diagnosed each year. Globally, it was estimated in 2018 that cervical cancer caused 311,000 deaths making... Read more

Fatigue Hits Inexperienced Breast Radiologists More

2022 13 Jan

Brown University (Providence, RI) researchers reported in Radiology that fatigue affects less experienced radiologists more for breast cancer screening. Specifically, radiologists with five or fewer years of posttraining experience recommended more imaging when digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) images were read later in the day.   In breast... Read more

Phase 1 Trial for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Vaccine Begins

2022 11 Jan

Cleveland Clinic researchers along with Anixa Biosciences have initiated a phase 1 clinical trial to test a vaccine intended to prevent triple-negative breast cancers (TNBC). This trial is a first of its kind.   TNBCs are named so because they test negative for estrogen receptors, progesterone receptors, and excess HER2 protein. Since these are... Read more

What in Breast Imaging Interests Radiology Trainees?

2021 21 Dec

The workforce supply in Canada, although increasing, has not matched the demand for breast radiologists. To gauge the interest level for breast imaging and determine factors influencing radiology trainees’ decision to pursue this subspeciality, Canadian researchers sent a survey to all 16 radiology programs and all 17 medical schools’ radiology interest... Read more

Behavioural and Maternal Health Drop for U.S. Children and Women

2021 14 Oct

The 2021 Health of Women and Children report, recently assembled by the United Health Foundation, shows deteriorating behavioural and maternal health among U.S. women and children. This report is included in America’s Health Rankings, which analyses U.S. national health by state, using historical and comprehensive health, environmental and socioeconomic... Read more