The Pen is as mighty as the Pill: Humanities in Medicine

This is not a post on radiology. It is a post on something much more basic; on understanding what goes through a patient's mind and how can we humanize medicine and the doctor-patient relationship. And before you start changing the tab, let me assure you there is no philosophical exposition ahead (I don't have that …

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MSK Fellowship at Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune

Institute: Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital and Research Center, Pune Mentors: Dr. Sanjay Desai Duration: 6 months No. of seats: At my time there were 2 seats (I did fellowship from dec-2018 to May-2019 ). Currently there are 2 +1 seats available (2 seats through exam and 1 paid seat is for foreign candidates. If a foreign candidate is not available, …

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Cut Practice in Radiology and Medicine

Earlier this year, Tata Memorial Hospital held a very frank and interesting positive discussion on cut practice in medicine, and how a young doctor can establish a successful practice without resorting to giving cuts. Dr Anirudh Malpani, IVF Specialist and a prominent physician and entrepreneur, shared his views on the Cut Practice and how to …

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Pediatric Radiology Fellowship, PGI Chandigarh

Duration: One year fellowship in Pediatric Radiology Bond: Applicable only in case of discontinuity of the Fellowship mid-way. The fellows will be on contract service for a period of one year and will be required to execute an agreement and undertaking (except sponsored category). Any candidate who joins Fellowship/ Post doctoral Fellowship course and leaves the course …

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Fellowship in Hepatobiliary Interventional Radiology at Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi

Duration: One year Post-Doctoral Certificate Course (PDCC) in Hepatobiliary Intervention Radiology (HPB-IR) Bond: Applicable only in case of discontinuity of the Fellowship mid-way. The candidates admitted to PDCC courses are to execute a bond of Rs.2,00,000/- (Rupees Two Lakhs only) on a stamp paper, undertaking that in the event of the candidate discontinuing the studies at any …

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DM Neuroradiology, SRMC Chennai

Duration: This 3 year program in DM Neuroradiology at SRMC, Chennai is a MCI approved program started in the year 2013. This is the first MCI approved DM program in the country. Eligibility is through NEET examination. No of seats: 1 per year Eligibility: MD/DNB Radiodiagnosis Exams: The Final University exam consists of two-parts. Part …

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Fellowship in Onco-radiology, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital and Research Centre

Hospital: Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (RGCIRC), New Delhi. Duration: One year fellowship program. No. of seats: 1 seat in diagnostic onco-radiology/year. Session starts in January.There are also Primary and Secondary DNBs in the department. Preferences are given to Sponsored candidates (Sponsored candidates are on permanent post in other institute and draw their salary from parent …

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Fellowship in Oncoimaging and Intervention, Tata Medical Center, Kolkata

Hospital: Tata Medical Center, Kolkata Duration: Two year fellowship program. No. of seats: 6 intakes per year.  Accreditation: This is not a university accredited fellowship. However, TMCK provides a certificate of fellowship at the end of the program. Eligibility: MD/DNB Radio-diagnosis. Fellowship application process: Online application followed by two rounds of interviews. In the interviews, …

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What to Read to understand the Basics of AI and How to Engage with AI as a Radiologist

As the interests of radiology residents and consultants in AI keeps increasing, there has been a lot of demand to explain the nuances of AI to enhance knowledge. Radiologists looking at and decoding AI need to figure out the key roles they are likely to play in this journey. This article will explain the various …

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