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  • John Carrino, MD: 2011 Eyler Editorial Fellow

  • I feel very privileged to be the RSNA Eyler Editorial Fellow for the academic year 2011-2012 and would like to reflect on my experience and share some thoughts.

    One key aspect for me was to learn the processes that each submitted manuscript undergoes. Following the "life" of a manuscript is a very enlightening journey, as it traverses receipt, review and revision and then for those submissions that meet rigor and pass peer review muster move on to final publication. What struck me most was the tremendous investment of human intention behind each issue of Radiology and RadioGraphics. I want to express my gratitude to the multitude of editorial and graphics staff making each issue of these publications outstanding, issue after issue.

    Dr. Kressel, the editor of Radiology, exposed me to some of the tough decisions an editor at a top notch journal faces on nearly a daily basis. The ceremonious ringing of a nautical bell for manuscript acceptance is a nice personal touch he brings to the editorship.

    This was a special year for me to be the Eyler fellow and witness the transition in leadership for one of the most influential radiology journals. Dr. Olmsted has been editing RadioGraphics for over two decades and instrumental in effectively adapting the publication into the premier vehicle for the educational needs of the Society. Dr. Olmsted was my medical school advisor at George Washington University. I can confidently state that I would not be a Radiologist without Dr. Olmsted's guidance and support. He helped me secure a residency at a premier training program, Yale, which was another formative experience and further fueled my interest in academic medicine.

    I have yet to visit Dr. Klein, the new editor for RadioGraphics, which is perhaps good idea in order to give him an opportunity to settle in before being inundated by visitors. The "buzz" he has generated makes being a charter fellow under his tenure another unique and exciting aspect of my fellowship.

    Part of Dr. Eyler's legacy was the RSNA index to imaging literature, which became a de facto standard. The opportunity to speak with Dr. Eyler was a highlight during the 2011 RSNA meeting. In a similar aspiration, I am participating in an effort to promulgate RadLex as the emerging standard for indexing, retrieving and categorizing articles in Radiology and RadioGraphics. The goal is to harmonize and standardize the terms used for writing articles, which will have impact on training and practice. Dr. Klein and Kressel are embracing this concept and I look forward to working with them on this endeavor.

    In summary, I count the Eyler fellowship as one of the most rewarding career development experiences I have been fortunate to participate in. I plan to use what I learned about medical imaging journalism to assist my colleagues and mentees. I can only hope to give back as much as I have received.

     

    John A. Carrino, MD Associate Professor of Radiology and Orthopedic Surgery Johns Hopkins University

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Costa Rica
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El Salvador
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Guatamala
Haiti
Honduras
Jamaica
Netherlands Antilles
Nicaragua
Panama
St.Lucia
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Angola   Guinea-Bissau   Peru
Armenia   Guyana   Phillippines
Azerbaijan   Haiti   Rwanda
Bangladesh   Honduras   Samoa
Belarus   India   Sao Tome & Principe
Belize   Indonesia   Senegal
Benin   Iran   Serbia
Bhutan   Iraq   Sierra Leone
Bolivia   Jordan   Solomon Islands
Bosnia & Herzegovina   Jamaica   Somalia
Botswana   Kenya   South Africa
Bulgaria   Kiribati   South Sudan
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Burundi   Kosovo   St Lucia
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Cameroon   Laos\Lao PDR   Sudan
Cape Verde   Lesotho   Swaziland
Central African Republic   Liberia   Syria
Chad   Macedonia   Tajikistan
China   Madagascar   Tanzania
Colombia   Malawi   Thailand
Comoros   Maldives   Timor-Leste
Congo, Dem. Rep.   Mali   Togo
Congo, Republic of   Marshall Islands   Tonga
Cote d'Ivoire   Mauritania   Tunisia
Djibouti   Micronesia, Fed. Sts.   Turkmenistan
Dominica   Moldova   Tuvalu
Domicican Republic   Mongolia   Uganda
Ecuador   Montenegro   Ukraine
Egypt   Morocco   Uzbekistan
El Salvador   Mozambique   Vanuatu
Eritrea   Myanmar   Vietnam
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  • Associate College: Community, Technical, Further Education (UK), Tribal College
  • Community Public Library (small scale): general reference public library, museum, non-profit administration office

Tier 2

  • Bed count: 401-750
  • Baccalaureate College or University: Bachelor's is the highest degree offered
  • Master's College or University: Master's is the highest degree offered
  • Special Focus Institution: theological seminaries, Bible colleges, engineering, technological, business, management, art, music, design, law

Tier 3

  • Bedcount: 751-1,000
  • Research University: high or very high research activity without affiliated medical school
  • Health Profession School: non-medical, but health focused

Tier 4

  • Bed count: 1,001 +
  • Medical School: research universities with medical school, including medical centers

Tier 5

  • Consortia: academic, medical libraries, affiliated hospitals, regional libraries and other networks
  • Corporate
  • Government Agency and Ministry
  • Hospital System
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  • Research Institute: government and non-government health research
  • State or National Public Library
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