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Listen to the editor, deputy editors, and authors discuss the importance and context of selected articles from current and recent issues of Radiology. Radiology is a monthly journal devoted to clinical radiology and allied sciences, owned and published by RSNA.

Radiology Podcasts | RSNA Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)

    • Science
    • 4.5, 45 Ratings

Listen to the editor, deputy editors, and authors discuss the importance and context of selected articles from current and recent issues of Radiology. Radiology is a monthly journal devoted to clinical radiology and allied sciences, owned and published by RSNA.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

jjmonte ,

About time! Keep them coming.

I was really excited to finally have some useful and scholarly podcasts in radiology. Since recently moving to New Mexico, I spend more time driving. Though tapes and CD's would have accomplished the same thing in the past, our cutting edge specialty sorely needed a purely digital format...an iPhone or MP3 player plugged into a car stereo does the trick!
Please keep the topics clinically useful and I think you'll have a winner. Thanks.

rad pod ,

Too robotic

This podcast has a lot of potential but I have a hard time listening and following along. It sounds like they are reading from a script most of the time and the conversation doesn’t flow normally. Most podcasts work well when the host/hosts engage in conversation or act like they are storytelling.
Also, I’m not sure what the target audience is but I would assume graduate level or above with knowledge of radiology. However it seems like they are explaining information as though the audience doesn’t have any background in radiology....
I listen to a lot of pod casts and would love to keep this in the rotation but so far it isn’t keeping my attention.

rad pod ,

Too robotic

This podcast has a lot of potential but I have a hard time listening and following along. It sounds like they are reading from a script most of the time and the conversation doesn’t flow normally. Most podcasts work well when the host/hosts engage in conversation or act like they are storytelling.
Also, I’m not sure what the target audience is but I would assume graduate level or above with knowledge of radiology. However it seems like they are explaining information as though the audience doesn’t have any background in radiology....
I listen to a lot of pod casts and would love to keep this in the rotation but so far it isn’t keeping my attention.

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