Medality, the leading practice development platform for radiologists and imaging organizations and the American Association for Women in Radiology (AAWR), an organization focused on leadership advancement, education, support, and empowerment of women in radiology of all career levels and practice types, announced during RSNA 2023, their collaboration on several initiatives in their shared commitment to advancing & supporting women in radiology and transforming the way radiologists learn and thrive.
In 2024, Medality will further enrich the educational offerings on the platform and continue to showcase the expertise of AAWR members through it’s Noon Conference, a weekly free, live educational webinar that connects the global radiology community. These live lectures are accessible for all, and are an opportunity to learn alongside top radiologists from around the world.
“The AAWR could not be more thrilled to continue our partnership with Medality as we work together to promote women and allies not just in the United States, but around the world when it comes to sharing their expertise and diverse educational content,” said Dr. Amy Patel, AAWR’s President.
Since the launch of the partnership, Medality has amplified AAWR members on the Medality Practice Development Platform by featuring them as speakers and educators through a variety of educational offerings such as: Noon Conference, Mastery Courses, and the Radiology Report Podcast. These AAWR members join notable women in radiology such as Dr. Rachel Brem, Dr. Lacey McIntosh, Dr. Robyn Roth, Dr. Erin Gomez, Dr. Soonmee Cha, Dr. Jenny Bencardino, Dr. Petra Lewis, Dr. Suzie Bash, Dr. Emily Conant, Dr. Laura Avery, Dr. Ella A. Kazerooni, Dr. Pam Schaefer, and more!
“I am thrilled to continue our partnership with the AAWR to advance women in radiology and transform the way radiologists learn and thrive,” shared Daniel Arnold, CEO and Co-Founder of Medality. “I created Medality to connect the international radiology community and to give every radiologist the opportunity to learn from the best educators in the world. Our continued partnership with the AAWR gives their educators access to this international platform so they can expand their diverse voices, continue to teach and inspire the next generation of radiologists.”
To learn more about how you can join the AAWR or Medality’s practice development platform, please reach out to email@example.com.
The American Association for Women in Radiology AAWR is a professional organization for women radiologists that was founded in 1981 to provide a forum for issues unique to women in radiology, radiation oncology, and related professions. The association sponsors programs that promote opportunities for women, as well as facilitates networking among members and other professionals. AAWR’s goal is to provide mentorship opportunities for the next generation of women radiologists, as well meet the diverse and changing needs of its members.
Learn more at aawr.org.
Medality is the leading practice development platform for radiologists and medical imaging organizations. Medality helps tens of thousands of radiologists from over 100 countries upskill in high-growth, advanced imaging areas with case-based microlearning video courses and integrated cases designed to simulate clinical practice from anywhere, anytime. Imaging organizations use Medality to improve diagnostic and reporting quality, reduce turnaround times, and expand their breadth of practice quickly in the areas they need it most.
Medality’s case-based education is accredited under MRI Online by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and totals more than 700 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ across its platform. Learners can also earn SA-CME credits that meet the American Board of Radiology requirement for MOC as well as credits for MQSA, SCCT, NASCI, state licensure requirements and more. Courses are developed in partnership with hundreds of top academic faculty, such as Dr. David Yousem, Dr. Stephen Pomeranz, Dr. Petra Lewis, Dr. Don Resnick, Dr. Rachel Brem, Dr. Suresh Mukherji, Dr. Stefan Zimmerman, and Dr. Lacey McIntosh.
Learn more at www.medality.com.