Student interest groups are an important forum in which medical students learn about and develop interest in different medical specialties. To attract top students to radiology and promote understanding and appreciation of radiology among future physicians, it is important that radiology educators help to develop and sustain such groups at their institutions. This article reviews key considerations in creating and enhancing a radiology student interest group.
- Informal curriculum
- Medical students
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging