Becoming a More Resilient Breast Radiologist
Becoming a More Resilient Breast Radiologist
Becoming a More Resilient Breast Radiologist
Becoming a More Resilient Breast Radiologist

Becoming a More Resilient Breast Radiologist

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  • 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
  • Video Online / On Demand
  • Certificate Included
  • Isabel G. Newton, MD, PhD

In this exclusive and timely course, Dr. Newton, a breast imaging specialist from UC San Diego, shares invaluable insights on building resilience in the field of breast radiology. This comprehensive lecture explores the essential concepts of resilience, empowering radiologists with practical strategies to thrive, even during the most challenging times like the Covid-19 era.

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the fundamentals of resilience and its critical role in enhancing the professional and personal lives of breast radiologists.
  • Gain expert guidance on multiple, effective techniques for nurturing and sustaining resilience in your day-to-day practice.
  • Understand the unique challenges posed by the Covid-19 era and how to adapt and excel in the face of adversity.

Enroll now and unlock your potential to become a more resilient and successful breast radiologist in today's ever-evolving landscape. Equip yourself with the tools not only to survive but also thrive in the face of challenges and uncertainty.

Isabel G. Newton, MD, PhD

Isabel G. Newton, MD, PhD

 Interventional Radiologist

Associate Professor of Radiology


- Define resilience
- Recognize resilience as a constructive coping mechanism for breast radiologists and trainees
- Understand that balance is key to resilience - it is dynamic and requires daily intention setting
- Describe 3 strategies for cultivating resilience


  • Release Date: 1/03/2023
  • Expires after: 1/03/2026
  • Unlimited Access




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Isabel G. Newton, MD, PhD

Boston Scientific (consultant)

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