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Panel Discussion: Training the next generation of radiologists, radiographers, and nurses

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Panelists in this video:
+ Dr Deepak Patkar, Director, Medical Services & Head, Department of Imaging, Nanavati Max Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai (Moderator)
+ Dr Akshay Baheti, Associate Professor, Dept of Radiology,Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai
+ Dr Malini Lawande, Consulting Radiologist, Innovision Imaging, Nanavati Max Superspeciality Hospital & Sir HN Reliance Hospital & Research Centre, Mumbai
+ Dr Aniruddha Kulkarni, Professor Radiology, Founder Director & Faculty – ScholarMD
+ Dr Mitusha Verma, Consultant Radiologist, MRI, PET-CT & CT, Department of Imaging, Nanavati Max Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai
+ Prof (Dr) Narendra K Bodhey, Professor & Head, Department of Radiodiagnosis, AIIMS Raipur

Key Highlights:
+ Dr Deepak Patkar, Director, Medical Services & Head, Department of Imaging, Nanavati Max Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai (Moderator):
> No amount of technological advancement can replace human needs. We should not restrict ourselves to diagnostics but also focus on clinical aspects of Radiology

+ Akshay Baheti, Asst Professor, Dept of Radiology, Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai:
> Patient safety issues in Radiology needs more quality assessment. As far as Radiology education is concerned, cultural shift is the need of the hour

+ Dr Malini Lawande, Consulting Radiologist, Innovision Imaging, Nanavati Max Superspeciality Hospital & Sir HN Reliance Hospital & Research Centre, Mumbai:
> Our current Radiology curriculum is still not in complete sync with what we actually do and that is why we need to actively involve professionals from other branches as well. Democratisation and minimum competency level is the need of the hour

+ Dr Aniruddha Kulkarni, Professor Radiology, Founder Director & Faculty – ScholarMD:
> We need to work on formulating a structured training programme in Radiology and maintaining its uniformity all over India

+ Dr Mitusha Verma, Consultant Radiologist, MRI, PET-CT and CT, Department of Imaging, Nanavati Max Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai:
> With technology on the rise in the field of Radiology, streamlining the young radiologists with focus on the sub-specialisations is very important

+ Prof (Dr) Narendra K Bodhey, Professor & Head, Department of Radiodiagnosis, AIIMS Raipur:
> AI has a big input of data but validation is a big question and hence incorporating the knowledge of AI in the Radiology courses is very important

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