Both Drs. Costa and Miller, members of the Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal (CARJ) Editorial Board, consider research as the foundation of medical education and training. Research projects can improve radiology skills and keep the radiologist up to date with changes in the field. At both Dalhousie and the University of Ottawa, teams are conducting patient-centered, clinically impactful research.
The Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal (CARJ) Editorial Board is comprised of members from across Canada that make an invaluable contribution to the journal and are integral to its ongoing success. Recently published articles in the journal illuminate the breadth and quality of radiology research underway in institutions across Canada. This research is often under the leadership or mentorship of members of the Editorial Board. Some of those contributions are highlighted below.
The ability of the Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal (CARJ) to publish high-quality scientific and educational content is the direct result of the efforts of its peer reviewers. These tireless volunteers contribute their time and expertise to ensure that the material published in our journal is of the quality and rigour that our readers have come to expect.
The CAR is pleased to announce the recent publication of the White Paper on De-Identification of Medical Imaging in the CARJ. Published in two parts – General Principles and Practical Considerations, the paper provides recommendations for CAR members and the Canadian radiology community to safely and efficiently maintain data privacy in the era of artificial intelligence (AI).
After four years of hard work and dedication, Dr. Matthew McInnes completed his inaugural term as Chair of the CAR Journal Committee. The committee provides strategic advice to the CAR Board related to the CAR Journal. We express our sincere gratitude to Dr. McInnes. Under his leadership, the Committee has provided expert advice on the selection of a new publisher, SAGE, as well as the transition of two Editors in Chief.
COVID-19 is the largest health and economic crisis of our time. Millions of people have been affected, causing hundreds of thousands of fatalities in over 217 countries and territories around the world. Read More
The Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal (CAR Journal) is committed to publishing the latest radiology research on COVID-19 to help individuals, communities and leaders make the best decisions to deal with the pandemic and its consequences. Read More
By Dr. Michael Patlas MD, FRCP, FASER FCAR FSAR
These are difficult times for our healthcare system as a global pandemic sweeps the world. Reports of confirmed cases are on a steady incline and every day we are hearing more and more stories on impacted nations including our own. Radiologists have an important role to play in the diagnosis and assessment of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Read More
The Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal (CAR Journal) celebrates 70 years in 2020. The journal is dedicated to publishing articles on cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic radiology, as well as guidance on emerging techniques and technologies. Read More
Meet one of the CAR’s newest board members representing Ontario, radiologist, Dr. Carlos Torres. Dr. Torres is an Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine and a staff neuroradiologist at The Ottawa Hospital. Read More
Since its first publication in 1950, the Canadian Association of Radiologist Journal (CAR Journal) has been dedicated to publishing articles on current, cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic radiology as well as guidance on emerging techniques and technologies. Read More
The use of ultrasound by clinical specialties outside of radiology has been steadily increasing. In 2013, the Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) published a position statement on “non-imager” use of ultrasound. Read More
In June 2019, Dr. Mehran Midia stepped down as Editor-in-Chief of the CAR Journal due to personal reasons. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Midia for his valuable contribution to the journal. His participation as Editor-in-Chief has been significant and we truly appreciate the time and effort. Read More
The recent White Paper titled Ethical and Legal Issues Related to Artificial Intelligence1, championed by members of the CAR AI Working Group, has received attention from not only the radiology community but also key decision-makers. Read More
In 2017, the Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) received feedback from its membership that there was a need for a Canada-specific set of incidental findings guidelines to build on the American College of Radiology (ACR) Incidental Findings Committee and acknowledge the unique distribution of imaging modalities and resource limitations that radiologists in this country face. Read More
The Canadian Association of Radiologists is accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada to provide continuing professional development (CPD) for physicians. In collaboration with the CAR, the CARJ has developed a journal-based CPD activity, Insights4Imaging, to assist radiologists in reducing perceived and unperceived knowledge gaps related to research and clinical issues in radiology. Read More
Do you have a keen interest in fostering radiology research and clinical practice in Canada. The Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal (CARJ) is seeking an Editor-in-Chief. The position is slated to begin in January 2019. The journal provides coverage of the issues most important to radiologists and affiliated medical professionals working in the field of radiology. Peer-reviewed articles include original studies, reviews, clinical experience articles, clinical practice guidelines, and more...read more.
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