We read with great interest the article by Grimm et al entitled “Radiology stereotypes, application barriers and hospital integration: a mixed-methods study of medical student perceptions of radiology” (
1), which concluded that medical student perceptions of radiology, either positive or negative, are highly influenced by the exposure to the radiology program.
- Grimm LJ
- Fish LJ
- Carrico CW
- et al.
Radiology stereotypes, application barriers, and hospital integration: a mixed-methods study of medical student perceptions of radiology.
Acad Radiol. 2021;
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Published online: August 06, 2022
Accepted: June 17, 2022
Received in revised form: June 15, 2022
Received: June 13, 2022
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