‘Sleeping with the enemy?’ Expectations and reality in imaging children in the emergency setting
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As an introduction to the ALARA conference titled “Building Bridges between Radiology and Emergency Medicine: Consensus Conference on Imaging Safety and Quality for Children in the Emergency Setting,” it is important for us to understand the landscapes of both the pediatric radiology and emergency medicine subspecialties. Recognizing potentially different practice patterns, including perspectives on pediatric care, as well as shared and sometimes unique professional pressures, can help us identify common concerns and problems and facilitate the development of strategies aimed at correcting these issues.
KeywordsPediatric radiology Pediatric emergency medicine Profession Career
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