Structural Racism in Radiation Induced Skin Reaction Toxicity Scoring
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1M ago
Join JMIRS Editor-in-Chief Amanda Bolderston as she speaks with Naman Julia-Anderson (UK Research Radiographer, Allied Health Professional Clinical Advisor with Macmillan and co-host of RadChat, the UK radiation therapy podcast). Naman is the award-winning author of "Structural Racism in Radiation-Induced Skin Reaction Toxicity Scoring". Read the full article here. The transcript of this chat is available here ..read more
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Making Mammography Inclusive for Patients with Disabilities
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
8M ago
Lene Andersen is an author, advocate, accessibility consultant, and photographer. She joins Natasha Batchelor, a mammographer who has been involved in the disability world through allyship, education and advocacy to talk about their recently co-authored JMIRS paper. Their conversation with Amanda ranges from barriers in breast screening, ways to improve accessibility and how individual practitioners, clinics, and funding agencies can make much-needed change. Links: Podcast Transcript (Word document) Making Mammography Inclusive for Patients with Disabilities JMIRS article (coming Septemb ..read more
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Reflections on a career in teaching and academia
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
A conversation with JMIRS Deputy Editor Mark McEntee and Peter Hogg ..read more
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Life's End: A conversation with photographer Stephen Starkman
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
Stephen Starkman is a visual artist based in Toronto. His work has been shown internationally and published in several book projects. He has transformed his recent experience with incurable lung cancer into a visually stunning new book. Stephen has shared some of the images from his book, “The Proximity of Mortality” with JMIRS with an accompanying narrative and discusses the process of writing his book and his experience of treatment with JMIRS Editor in Chief Amanda Bolderston in our latest podcast. Stephen's website Stephen's Instagram Globe & Mail book review of "The Proximity of Morta ..read more
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Ethics in medical radiation sciences research
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Mark McEntee at University College Cork in Ireland, who interviews Dr. Christina Malamateniou from City University of London in the UK, and Dr. Sarah Lewis from the University of Sydney in Australia. Learn about the difference between research integrity and ethics, the importance of staying up-to-date with current best practices in ethics, and some top tips for ethical practice in research.  ..read more
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Gender affirming care
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
A discussion with JMIRS Editor-in-Chief Amanda Bolderston, Sidsel Pedersen and Shay Kohli. Topics include the need for LGBTQ2S+ education, pregnancy checking and the new Society and College of Radiographers Guidelines as well as the importance of being uncomfortable! Links: Sidsel's JMIRS article "Determining pregnancy status" SCoR Inclusive pregnancy status guidelines for ionising radiation: Diagnostic and therapeutic exposures CAMRT Identity Matters CPD course ..read more
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A discussion with Sarah Hamilton, patient partner & brain tumour survivor
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
A discussion with JMIRS Editor-in-Chief Amanda Bolderston and Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a patient partner and brain tumour survivor and talks to Amanda about her work advocating for patients and improving the healthcare system, what it's like dealing with "scanxiety" and what she'd like Medical Radiation Technologists to know when working with cancer survivors.   Sarah's story has been transcribed and will be published in the upcoming Volume 52.3 under the title "Imaging through the looking glass" (available In Press shortly ..read more
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The Butterfly Effect of COVID-19
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
This podcast features a conversation with Dr. Ian Boon, one of the authors of a recently published Commentary, Digital healthcare and shifting equipoise in radiation oncology: The butterfly effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Great news! Our podcast was added to the Top 35 Radiology Podcasts - check them out for more great radiology listening.  ..read more
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Four "P's" in a Podcast - A Conversation with Pete and Robert Bridge
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
Pete Bridge, JMIRS Editorial Board member and Senior Lecturer (Radiotherapy) at the University of Liverpool, interviews his father, Robert Bridge, for our latest podcast. Robert speaks on his role with JMIRS in relation to the four "P's": as a patient, a painter, a philosopher and a poet. Robert recently won the cover art competition for our special issue on Interpersonal Skills - see his artwork, read his poem (and explore the issue) here: https://www.jmirs.org/issue/S1939-8654(20)X0007-5. Read their joint article, Artificial Intelligence in Radiotherapy: A Philosophical Perspective here ..read more
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The Interpersonal Edition: Whose Story Are We Missing?
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
by JMIRS
1y ago
This podcast features the Guest Editor of the upcoming special issue on Interpersonal Skills, Sue Robins, and patient author Amy Ma in conversation about the term soft skills, their experiences in medical imaging and the power of the patient story ..read more
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