Embracing Appropriate Imaging and Clinical Decision Support for Value-Based Patient Care
Simulation using evidence-based content:
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Interactive overview of Radiology-TEACHES
Step 1: Register your institution
Submit the Program Registration Interest Form
Step 2: Register your students
For questions about the Radiology-TEACHES program, contact email@example.com.
For help with technical issues, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radiology-TEACHES Mentoring Group
Are you interested in mentoring? The Radiology-TEACHES program is looking for volunteers to mentor medical students in case creation.
We will provide training materials on case creation for Radiology-TEACHES and will match you with medical students interested in your subspecialty when possible. Approved cases will be published to the Radiology-TEACHES program allowing you and your mentee publishing credit.
The time commitment will depend upon how many mentees and the number of cases you feel you can manage but anticipate 4 hrs per month.
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“Radiology-TEACHES will expose students to the various imaging studies and help them learn which ones are safe and cost-effective based on a patient’s clinical condition. This evidence-based information is vital for them to experience prior to becoming trainees.”
Andrew C. Caruso, MD, assistant professor of medicine and director of Baylor’s internal medicine clerkship
“When you see the modules, they are so clear and so well presented. I found myself fascinated about learning this stuff. It’s mesmerizing. And it’s completely free!”
Alfred Sadler, MD, associate medical director at CSUMB
“The students raved about their growing confidence with diagnostic tests. I cannot thank you enough for offering this as a free resource to healthcare professionals, which includes nurse practitioners!”
Ashley Scott, MSN, FNP-C, Family Nurse Practitioner Program Director, Henry Predolin School of Nursing, Edgewood College
Access ACR resources designed to help you mentor the future generation of radiologists.