|ECR 2019 / C-0893|
|Teleradiologic tutoring and case redistribution as a tool for subspecialisation|
The independent reviewer showed no bias in reports during the trial. In other words there was high accuracy all throught the project and no drop in accuracy could be noticed.
The discrepancy level fell 42% from 27% during months 3-5 to 15.7% months 12-14. The efficiency of reporting improved markedly by a factor of 27% from 5.0 RU to 6.4 RU reaching the level of subspecialists. At the end of 19 months the RU reported by an hour had increased by 54% reaching the level obtained by subspecialists.
There was a relatively direct relationship between total number of Rad-Units reported and the reporting efficiency per radiologist. Crucially, radiologists started to achieve higher average reporting efficiencies at around 300 reported cases.
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ECR 2019 / C-1453
Review of the Utility of Diffusion Weighted Sequences in Abdominal and Pelvic Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Junior Trainee Radiologists.