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Baker, Stephen R.

Notes of a Radiology Watcher

Baker, Stephen R. - Notes of a Radiology Watcher, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Early Residency: Preparation and Participation

1. Centralized Interviews for Prospective Radiology Residents
Stephen R. Baker

2. A Critique of the Transitional Internship
Stephen R. Baker

3. Looking Back at the Value of the Internship
Stephen R. Baker

4. Radiology Residents: Internship Survey
Stephen R. Baker

5. The Debt Crisis and Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

6. Radiology Residency Positions: Growth, Distribution and California
Stephen R. Baker

7. Radiology Resident Recruitment: Robustness in an Uncertain Environment
Stephen R. Baker

8. Radiology Residencies: Disasters and Preparedness
Stephen R. Baker

Part II. Late Residency, Fellowship and Just Beyond

9. Reorganizing the Fourth Year: Curricular Organization—How Will the Fourth Year Be Redesigned?—Part I
Stephen R. Baker

10. Reorganizing the Fourth Year: The Fourth Year After the Boards Change—How Should It Be Constructed?—Part II
Stephen R. Baker

11. Reorganizing the Fourth Year: Reimagining the Fourth Year of Training in the of Training in the Era of Subspecialization—Part III
Stephen R. Baker

12. Are We Losing the Certification Wars?
Stephen R. Baker

13. The Trouble with Fellowships
Stephen R. Baker

14. The Changing Board Exam Schedule in the U.S.: Will General Radiologists and Emergency Radiologists Become Synonymous?
Stephen R. Baker

15. Bubble Trouble
Stephen R. Baker

16. Regulation Without Representation
Stephen R. Baker

Part III. Radiology Elsewhere in the World

17. O.E.C.D. Health Data: Where Does the U.S. Stack Up?
Stephen R. Baker

18. Characteristics of Radiology Training Programs in Europe in Comparison with Those in The United States
Stephen R. Baker

19. Japan: A Country with a Currently Successful Radiology Model of Health Care
Stephen R. Baker

20. Radiology in Cuba: A Different Path with Fewer Resources and More Compulsion
Stephen R. Baker

21. Geography and Radiology: Perfect Together
Stephen R. Baker

Part IV. Radiologist Inclusiveness: Minority Features

22. Who Will Be the New Radiologists?: A 2012 Assessment
Stephen R. Baker

23. Women in Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

24. South Asians in Radiology in the United States, Part I
Stephen R. Baker

25. South Asians in Radiology in the United States, Part II
Stephen R. Baker

Part V. The Appearances and Implications of the Radiology Report

26. Towards More Literate Reports: Avoiding Words and Phrases You Should Not Say
Stephen R. Baker

27. The Radiology Report
Stephen R. Baker

28. More Jargon
Stephen R. Baker

29. Anything Is Possible so Is Possible Anything?
Stephen R. Baker

30. The Radiology Report: The Value of the Impression
Stephen R. Baker

31. Metaphors in Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

32. Metaphor: Redux
Stephen R. Baker

33. Electronic Health Records and Expectations of the Transformation of the Work of Radiologists
Stephen R. Baker

34. Telling Patients Results
Stephen R. Baker

Part VI. Radiologist Responsibilities

35. Fallacies in Reasoning: Part 1
Stephen R. Baker

36. Fallacies in Reasoning: Part 2
Stephen R. Baker

37. We Are Radiologists: What Business Are We in?
Stephen R. Baker

38. Communication vs. Consultation: Two Duties We Must Pursue
Stephen R. Baker

Part VII. Quality Considerations

39. Quality: Metrics in Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

40. Quality: Measures in Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

41. Quality: Initiatives You Should Know About But May Not Have Heard About
Stephen R. Baker

42. Quality: Some Simple Things You Might Change
Stephen R. Baker

Part VIII. Malpractice Apology and Appropriateness

43. U.S. Medical Malpractice: Some Data-Driven Facts
Stephen R. Baker

44. Malpractice Suits Against Radiologists
Stephen R. Baker

45. Radiology Malpractice: The Demography of Medical Malpractice Regarding Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

46. Apology: It’s Elements and Legal Intrusions
Stephen R. Baker

47. Is It Appropriate to Have Appropriateness Criteria for Radiology Testing?
Stephen R. Baker

48. Authorization or Appropriateness or the Lady or the Tiger Redux
Stephen R. Baker

Part IX. Opportunities for Radiologists

49. Teleradiology: From the Confines of Place to the Freedom of Space
Stephen R. Baker

50. Medical Tourism, Opportunities for American Radiologists?
Stephen R. Baker

51. Geriatric Radiology A Proto-Manifesto
Stephen R. Baker

52. Self-Referral Remedies
Stephen R. Baker

Part X. The Challenges Facing American Radiologists

53. The Radiologist Assistant: Do We Need This Job Title?
Stephen R. Baker

54. Challenges to Radiology From Below, Astride and Afar
Stephen R. Baker

55. The Coming Revolution in Radiology: Beware and Prepare
Stephen R. Baker

56. Teleradiology and GATS-An-800 lb Gorilla Down the Hall
Stephen R. Baker

57. Commodity Policy and the Vulnerability of Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

58. Radiologists and the Press
Stephen R. Baker

59. Will the Job Market for Radiologists Remain Grim?: A Contrarian Perspective-A 2013 Assessment
Stephen R. Baker

60. American Radiologists at a Crossroad
Stephen R. Baker

Part XI. Research

61. Peer Review-Peering Over Its Shoulder
Stephen R. Baker

62. Peer Review-Innovations and Ethical Issues
Stephen R. Baker

63. Electronic Publishing: A Boon or a Bugbear
Stephen R. Baker

64. The Tendentious Tendency in Radiology Clinical Research
Stephen R. Baker

Part XII. Radiation Dose

65. Radiation Dose: A Primer of Units and Limits
Stephen R. Baker

66. CT-ER-Dose and Cost and What to Do About It
Stephen R. Baker

67. Radiation Dose Redux
Stephen R. Baker

68. CT Techniques: Risk and Challenges—Who Will Control Radiology
Stephen R. Baker

69. CT Utilization and Thyroid Cancer: Is There a Connection?
Stephen R. Baker

70. MR Safety Another Look
Stephen R. Baker

Part XIII. Nooks and Crannies in General Radiology Including Some Forgotten Observations

71. From Nipple Shadows to Bullet Holes
Stephen R. Baker

72. Pelvic Phleboliths
Stephen R. Baker

73. Eponymous Abdominal Hernias, Part I
Stephen R. Baker

74. Eponymous Abdominal Hernias, Part II
Stephen R. Baker

75. Other Radiology Bits and Pieces of Lore
Stephen R. Baker

76. It Ain’t What You Don’t Know, It’s What You Do Know That Ain’t So
Stephen R. Baker

77. Illicit Drug Transport
Stephen R. Baker

78. The Spleen: The Forgotten Organ, Is There Anything To Say?
Stephen R. Baker

79. Acute Pancreatitis: What and When Is There Room for Imaging in the Diagnosis and Followup of Patients with Acute Inflammation of the Pancreatic Gland?
Stephen R. Baker

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Imaging / Radiology

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
2014
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319016771

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