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Paper by LARS J. GRIMM, M.D., M.H.S., FSBI Published in Academic Radiology and also featured in AuntMinnie.com

LARS J. GRIMM, M.D., M.H.S., FSBI

LARS J. GRIMM, M.D., M.H.S., FSBI, and colleagues’ recent paper Radiology Stereotypes, Application Barriers, and Hospital Integration: A Mixed-methods Study of Medical Student Perceptions of Radiology, was published in Academic Radiology.

Additionally, the paper was featured in Aunt Minnie.com with the post title: “6 ways to improve how medical students feel about radiology.”

Dr. Grimm and colleagues Duke Radiology identified that medical student perceptions of radiology are notably influenced by exposure and radiology programs should take active steps to engage in medical student education.

We are encouraged by Dr. Grimm’s insight, and we are appropriately challenged to continue raising awareness, educating, and making changes to demonstrate our commitment to inclusive and non-biased practices and behaviors.

 

 

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