According to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), nearly two-thirds of the world's population has no access to diagnostic medical imaging. While there has been a rise in international organizations spearheading radiology outreach initiatives, there is growing interest amongst Canadian radiologists and trainees to learn more about global health initiatives.
A career in radiology is full of transitions. There is the transition from medical student to junior resident during the basic clinical training year; the transition from junior off-service resident to junior on-service resident; the transition to independent call; the transition from undifferentiated radiology resident to applying for fellowships; the transition to fellowship and to independent practice; and more! Read More
Membership engagement is paramount to unifying the voice of Canadian radiologists. Through support from the CAR, the Resident and Fellow Section (RFS) working group has invigorated that rallying cry. Read More
That’s a wrap on the CAR 2019 annual scientific meeting (ASM). We’d like to thank all the delegates for participating in yet another successful conference, and a very special thank you to all the speakers that made the CAR 2019 such a success. Here are just a few highlights from the event. Read More
Tired of searching through hundreds of random job postings to find your next opportunity? Maybe you are an employer looking to find the best and brightest out there? Your search is about to become a whole lot easier with the CAR’s re-launched RAD Careers.
Since its inception in 2015, the CAR Resident Section (RS) has been working hard on creating resources, collaborating on projects and, helping to foster a strong resident membership in our national specialty association. Read More
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