Advances in biomedical science and rapid changes in imaging modalities create a need to alter radiology education to cope with these challenges. Radiology Education is the first book to address radiology education from the perspective of scholarship of teaching and learning and was written by experts and medical professionals from around the world to assist in training the next generation of radiologists in their expanding roles. Rethy Chhem, Kathryn Hibbert, and Teresa Van Deven have compiled the experiences of 40 contributors, including academics, scientists, radiologists, residents, educationalists, and administrators working with radiology or in related and complementary disciplines, to stimulate new ways of thinking about and enacting radiology education.
Gentile M, Small W. Radiology Education: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. JAMA. 2010;303(5):457–460. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.49
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