Practical Reviews

Learning From Our Mistakes -- The Peer Review Process


In Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, we generally consider that the single most important aspect of a physician's practice is the accuracy of image interpretation. In Nuclear Medicine, assessment of radionuclide therapy practices is essential as well. Although individual cases that contain errors identified by either referring service clinicians or other radiologists or nuclear medicine physicians may be evaluated and the results utilized in the peer review process, this practice has more...
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