The Final Rambles
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by RadCast
4m ago
This month we have a shock announcement to make as after almost 6 years of releasing the pod, this will be our final episode! We discuss the reasons behind the decision and what the future holds for RadCast. We also compare our choices of our top 3 RadCast episodes of all time. Listen in to see if you agree with us or if we even agree with each other! On that note we would like to say a massive thank you to all the listeners over the years, goodbye ..read more
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Cardiothoracic Radiology Across the Continent with Dr Monika RadikÄ—
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by RadCast
1M ago
This month we speak to Dr Monika RadikÄ— who is a Consultant Cardiothoracic Radiologist at the Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital. We discuss advanced Cardiac imaging, turf wars and research and explore her experiences working in leading centres across Europe including Lisbon, Barcelona, Brussels and London ..read more
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The Jet-Setting Radiologist with Dr Salman Qureshi
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by RadCast
2M ago
This month we speak to Dr Salman Qureshi who is a Consultant Head & Neck Radiologist at Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City/Mayo Clinic in Abu Dhabi, having formerly held consultant posts in Qatar and Manchester. We discuss his enthusiasm for medical education and how this takes him all over the world delivering lectures on the global conference circuit. We also take a slight detour from our usual theme to discuss Salman's newfound passion for walking, which has sparked a lifestyle and body transformation that he hopes to share with the world through social media ..read more
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Paediatric Post Mortem Imaging with Dr Susan Shelmerdine
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by RadCast
3M ago
This month we speak to Dr Susie Shelmerdine who is an Academic Paediatric Radiologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. We discuss her niche subspecialty interest, post mortem imaging, and how she has channelled this interest into founding a company called Anubix. We also discuss academia, AI and her recent Radiology outreach trip to Nepal. Enjoy ..read more
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Advocating for Doctors: The PA Debate, Running for RCR President and more with Dr David Little
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by RadCast
4M ago
This month we speak to Dr David Little who is a Consultant Radiologist and Head of School of Severn Radiology. We delve into the MAP debate and discuss the open letter he wrote to the RCR about PA regulation in October which gained over 1200 signatures. He also tells us what it was like running for RCR President in 2002 and we get his perspective on Radiology recruitment as a member of the RCR recruitment subcommittee including his strong views on the MSRA and top tips for anyone applying this year ..read more
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AI Adoption in Radiology: Looking Beyond the Hype with Dr Dan Fascia (Chair of RCR Informatics Committee)
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by RadCast
5M ago
This month we chat to Dr Dan Fascia who is a Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Regional Clinical Director of the Yorkshire Imaging Collaborative and Chair of the RCR Informatics Committee. We discuss the ideal tech set-up for radiologists, the current state of AI adoption in the NHS and beyond with tools like Chat GPT. We also discuss his various entrepreneurial/educational ventures including Pacsbin and Radiology Masters ..read more
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Exploring IR Opportunities Overseas with Dr Rahil Kassamali
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by RadCast
6M ago
This month we chat to Dr Rahil Kassamali, a British Interventional Radiologist who in 2020 quit the NHS and took up a post at Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar. IR is often neglected in discussions around Radiologists working abroad so he gives us a great insight into how made the switch and whether he would recommend it to others. His experience of working in a public healthcare system in Qatar also provides an interesting contrast to our episode 52 guest, Umi's, experience of working in private healthcare in Dubai ..read more
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A Double-Edged Sword: Exploring the Impact of Incorrect AI Results on Radiologists Performance with Dr Michael Bernstein
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by RadCast
8M ago
In this episode we speak to Dr Michael Bernstein who is an Experimental Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Diagnostic imaging at Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University, USA. Along with team at the Brown Radiology Human Factors Lab, he conducted a fascinating study that reveals how radiologists have a tendency to follow AI prompts, even when they are incorrect. We discuss the implications of this for patient care as clinical AI adoption increases, and what can be done to mitigate this phenomenon. Check out the full study here: https://link.springer.com/article/10 ..read more
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RadCast Rambles (Strikes, Appraisals & Roentgen Prize Hiccups...)
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by RadCast
9M ago
This month we catch up to discuss how Uzi is dealing with the strikes in the UK, the joys of the consultant appraisal process and overcoming setbacks after the unforeseen technical issues that affected the RadCast Roentgen Prize last month ..read more
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Interventional Oncology: The 4th Pillar of Cancer Care with Dr Jim Zhong (Academic IR Trainee)
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by RadCast
11M ago
In this episode we speak to Dr Jim Zhong who is an Academic Interventional Radiology Trainee in Leeds, currently completing a Cancer Research UK funded PhD in Prostate Cancer reirradiation techniques. He gives us an overview about the rapidly evolving field of Interventional Oncology and its potential to revolutionize cancer therapy. We also discuss his life as an academic interventional radiology trainee and the importance of conducting more high level research in IO to generate evidence to justify its use in the face of competition from other more established cancer treatments such as surger ..read more
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