A radiologist presents examples of discourtesy between doctors and suggests a return to good manners and professionalism
In 2004, I presented a poster of my musings on my professional experiences as a radiologist at the hands of medical colleagues. While I felt very strongly about its contents, I thought it would provide a little amusement among the scientific works at the meeting of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. To my amazement, it struck a chord with many delegates — obviously, I was not alone in seething about discourtesy, which seemed rife, between professional colleagues.
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