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Exploring the Potential Implications in Engaging Medical Students Following Research into the Commitment of Students to Radiology as a Career Choice

Published:March 08, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2021.10.030
      We read with interest the article “Factors Influencing the Commitment of Students to Radiology as a Career Choice During Medical School Education” (
      • Ali S
      • Vines H
      • Lensing S
      • et al.
      Factors influencing the commitment of students to radiology as a career choice during medical school education.
      ), which resonated deeply with our personal experiences as final-stage medical students, with a keen interest in radiology. By virtue of our education at Kings’ College London, we have experienced rotations through several different specialities and gained exposure to radiology in particular as part of a variety of clinical placements. This afforded us insight into the reasons our peers have both been attracted to, and repelled from, specialising in radiology as a career.
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