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Using Gaming Interface Quizzing Tools to Enhance Radiology Residency Education

Published:December 02, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2022.11.017
      We read with interest the article by Bouthillier and colleagues entitled “Inaugural pan-Canadian RADGames: Results from a successful approach to radiology education for medical students” published in Academic Radiology (
      • Bouthillier M
      • Canil A
      • Cheng BYC
      • et al.
      Inaugural Pan-Canadian RADGames: results from a successful approach to radiology education for medical students.
      ). We applaud the authors for this innovative idea and actively engaging medical students through a well-organized national virtual radiology imaging competition using a gaming platform.

      Abbreviations:

      ABR (American Board of Radiology)
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