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ECR: Communication key to better imaging of elderly patients

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In his presentation, Uffe LW Jakobsen from UCL University College in Odense, Denmark, outlined strategies for radiologists to better communicate with elderly patients by treating them like any other patient and forming relationships with them. Doing this can help patients have more confidence in balancing during exams.

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Effective Communication Strategies for Construction Managers

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As a construction manager, the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently is essential to not only the project’s success but to the way your employees interact with and follow through. Clear and concise communication Clear communication ensures the employee can receive the information provided in a meaningful and effective manner.

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The Importance of Effective Communication in Construction Management

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While maintaining effective communication is important in any industry, it’s vital for construction management. Most importantly, a lack of clear communication can lead to injuries, especially at the construction site. This article provides several tips for building effective communication in construction management.

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Continued cocaine use disrupts communication between major brain networks

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New research provides new insights into the brain processes underlying cocaine addiction. The findings are crucial for developing new therapeutics and identifying an imaging marker for cocaine use disorders.

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Maximize Your Radiology Center’s Performance With Specialized Scheduling

Patient-centric scheduling can only be achieved through optimized radiology workflows, effective communications between staff and physicians, and, of course, through specialized schedulers. In this guide, we’ll take you through a step-by-step process to transform your radiology center into a high-performance hub of medical imaging.

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Radiographers struggle with communication, care for suicidal patients

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Radiographers have difficulty communicating with and caring for patients wh. Read more on AuntMinnie.com Related Reading: Radiologists seeing declines in reimbursement per beneficiary Was burnout really worse for radiologists during the pandemic? Could phone tree system help with radiologist burnout? Trying to stop burnout?

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Improving Communication of Positive PE Alerts with AI at University of Washington

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Sahani, Chair of Radiology at University of Washington Medicine, explains how clinical teams leverage Aidoc AI to both flag suspected positive cases of PE and communicate them, once confirmed by a radiologist, to the entire PE response team to drive better collaboration and reduce time to treatment.