Beat the Burn: Navigating Radiology Practice Challenges

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Equip yourself with actionable insights you can use to manage heavy workloads, improve communication and better understand challenges unique to radiologists during this free, one-hour discussion focused on physician burnout.

As a bonus, supplemental resources will be provided to webinar attendees.

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Webinar details

Time & date: June 18; Noon–1 p.m. CT
Price: Free

Delve into common practice issues and challenges faced by radiologists today during this free, one-hour webinar. From managing heavy workloads, to ensuring effective communication and maintaining staff retention, this session will equip you with practical strategies and tools to address physician burnout.

Learning objectives:

  • Define physician burnout and wellness
  • Understand the impact of leadership and the importance of buy-in on radiologist burnout
  • Discover practical micro-habits to nurture relationships, cultivate gratitude and develop a growth mindset

Planners and faculty

Jay Parikh, MD
Jay R. Parikh, MD, FRCPC

Jay R. Parikh, MD, FRCPC
Professor, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Jay Parikh, MD, FRCPC, is professor of diagnostic radiology and division wellness lead within the division of diagnostic imaging at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Previously, he served as the medical director of the MD Anderson Breast Care Network with Memorial Hermann, overseeing operations, strategy and quality at 17 different breast imaging centers. Dr. Parikh also served as the medical director of both the Swedish Breast Imaging Center and Women’s Diagnostic Imaging Center at the Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle, Washington.

Dr. Parikh is associate editor for the Journal of Breast Imaging and subject editor for Journal of Clinical Imaging and he has provided more than 400 educational presentations and published over 80 peer-reviewed articles. Dr. Parikh’s areas of educational expertise include breast imaging, community expansion, leadership, mentorship and wellness. He has lectured locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

Aarti Sekhar, MD
Aarti Sekhar, MD

Aarti Sekhar, MD
Professor, Emory University School of Medicine

Aarti Sekhar, MD, is a professor of radiology at Emory University School of Medicine. She is originally from the Boston area, where she did most of her training, but now loves living in the warm and leafy city of Atlanta.

Dr. Sekhar loves teaching and was named teacher of the year at Emory, is a part of the AIRP faculty, and was the SAR 2023 Marshak International Lecturer. She co-founded a popular weekly abdominal case conference entitled “Cases with Aces” and is also passionate about wellness and mentorship, founding the Early Career Committee for the two major abdominal societies, SAR and SABI. She also co-directed Emory's global health collaboration with Black Lion Hospital in Ethiopia for 8 years. In her free time, Dr. Sekhar enjoys traveling, hiking, reading and spending time with her two young daughters.

Planners and faculty

Jay R. Parikh, MD, FRCPC
Professor, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Aarti Sekhar, MD
Professor, Emory University School of Medicine

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RSNA Accreditation and Designation Statements

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

RSNA designates this Other activity (live and enduring material) for a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

To earn CME credit, participants must watch the full length of the webinar, as well as complete the course evaluation.

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