The ACR, through the Commission for Women and Diversity, seeks to achieve a radiology profession that celebrates diversity and actively promotes inclusion at all levels of training, practice and leadership.
In the video below, Commission Chair Johnson Lightfoote, MD, FACR, and Commission Founding Chair Katarzyna Macura, MD, PhD, FACR, discuss the mission of the ACR Commission for Women and Diversity in furthering the representation of women and minorities at the ACR and in radiology.
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by Johnson B. Lightfoote, MD, MBA, FACR