Nearly 98% of radiologists in the U.S. subspecialize through fellowship training, yet 85% practice in multiple subspecialties. Amidst a national shortage of radiologists and increased imaging demands it’s more important than ever to ensure trainees are equipped to handle the clinical responsibilities in front of them.
Medality’s practice development solutions help training programs prepare residents and fellows for call, exams and independent practice.
Close skills and curriculum gaps
Assess skills and gaps of your trainees and supplement your curriculum with videos and cases from some of the best faculty in the world.
Boost trainee confidence
Personalize the learning experience with targeted radiology curriculum for trainees at every level from first year residents to subspecialty fellows.
Get residents ready for independent call in the ED
Prepare residents and practicing radiologists to be “on call” by exposing them to the most likely emergency diagnoses.
Improve reporting quality
Reduce miss rates, improve diagnostic accuracy, and deliver consistently high quality reports referring physicians love.
“The fellowship course is an eye opener with so much to learn.”
Dr. Rita Nassanga
Dr. Arohi Khairnar
“The program was really very helpful. It was delivered in a structured way with lots of material made available throughout to clear the doubts. I would certainly recommend it to my colleagues who are interested to learn more…”.
Dr. Liana Medina
“It is hard to find time during work and with family life to study but it definitely made me take time from busy schedule to read and learn.”
Dr. Nikolaos Barmpagiannis
“Excellent presentation of detailed anatomy and pathology. Excellent companion cases. Tricky fellowship cases that highlight how easy it is to miss subtle findings. The missed findings will be the ones that will be remembered the most when it comes to dealing with real patients. Excellent course, as always!”
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See for yourself how radiologists are upskilling in high growth, advanced imaging areas.