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Measuring radiologist workload: how to do it, and why it matters

Auteur     Adrian P Brady
Résumé     This article discusses the results and implications of a nationwide survey of radiologist workload. Although the results are specific to one country, the method used, the underlying issues and the discussion engendered should be of interest to all radiologists worldwide. The balance between quality and quantity is highlighted, and the growing impact of activities outside of traditional reporting is considered. Variations in health care funding and staffing amongst countries clearly influence patterns of workload. It is hoped that this discussion will lead other radiologists to consider the method used, and to analyse workload in other countries, with a view to creating more robust workload data and stimulating debate.
Publication     European Radiology
Volume     21
Numéro     11
Pages     2315-2317
Date     Nov 2011

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