Diagnostic Imaging September 12, 2022
Eric Postal, MD

Humility, perspective and refraining from hasty, emotional responses can go a long way toward defusing confrontations.

My recent blogs about “finishing school” for radiologists were partly in jest. It’s really not that hard to socially interact in constructive ways. A lot of people just get out of the habit of interacting with others, especially if their work isolates them, or they spend time on (anti)social media.

Many remedies many seem downright basic, a la All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. I will simplify it even further by saying that the advice from my previous blogs could prevent most of the antisocial behavior I have seen. The remaining pointers offered in this blog are arguably correlates of...

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