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    • The Diagnostic Imaging for Clinics and Small Hospitals website has been designed to help those planning or radiologists currently involved in providing primary care diagnostic imaging to underserved communities. The main component of the web site is a reference manual, Diagnostic Imaging in the Community, A Manual for Clinics and Small Hospitals, authored by Dr. Philip Palmer and Dr. Gerald Hanson, internationally recognized experts on establishing X-ray and ultrasound services in developing countries.

    • The International Society of Radiology (ISR) has developed an e-learning course, free of charge, which is divided into three modules: teaching and learning in environments related to medicine, web-based learning, and tools used in e-learning. For more information, visit The International Society of Radiology.

    • Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis for the International Medical Fund for Higher Education Grant. This opportunity is intended to fund individuals in pediatric radiology or related research disciplines outside the USA. Interested candidates must hold an MD degree or equivalent. The scope of possible projects includes observing clinically related pediatric radiology activities or involvement in pediatric radiology research projects. 

      The successful grant recipient will spend up to two months at the Department of Radiology, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. For an application and more details, please contact: Soroosh Mahboubi, MD, FACR at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr Mahboubi's e-mail address is: mahboubi@email.chop.edu 

    Article Spotlight

    Brazil Awes, Enlightens Visiting Radiology Professors (from February 2011 RSNA News)

    Visiting Professors Teach Radiology in Well-wired Estonia (from February 2010 RSNA News)

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