The Radiology Report Podcast

Daniel Arnold

It’s never been a more exciting time to be a radiologist as technology is advancing rapidly, access to imaging is expanding, and patients rely on a high-quality interpretation to guide their care journey. At the same time, the field faces challenges: Recruiting and retaining radiology talent, keeping pace with rising imaging volumes, delivering consistent high quality care, and staying current with changes in technology. Join host Daniel Arnold as he talks with experts in radiology, technology, business, and education who are addressing the opportunities and challenges facing the imaging profession head on to ultimately improve practice and patient outcomes everywhere. read less
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Radiology, Mentorship, and Sustainability: A Conversation with Dr. Kate Hanneman
Feb 28 2024
Radiology, Mentorship, and Sustainability: A Conversation with Dr. Kate Hanneman
In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Kate Hanneman. Dr. Hanneman is an Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Research at the University of Toronto and a Clinician Scientist at the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute. She is Co-Chair of the Canadian Association of Radiologists Sustainability Working Group and Deputy Lead for Sustainability at the Joint Department of Medical Imaging and University Medical Imaging Toronto. She is an Associate Editor with Radiology, the Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, and the Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal and leads an active research program focused on improving health outcomes for patients using cardiac imaging.     Dr. Hanneman shares her journey from being a patient to becoming a radiologist, emphasizing the crucial role of mentorship in medical education. The discussion explores Dr. Hanneman’s current role in the Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Toronto and her unique position within the Canadian healthcare system. Dr. Hanneman discusses her dedication to cardiac imaging research, highlighting its interdisciplinary and collaborative nature. The episode also highlights the challenges and advantages of the Canadian healthcare system. Towards the end, the conversation shifts to Kate's involvement in sustainability efforts within radiology, addressing the environmental impact of the field. The podcast concludes with insights into the intersection of AI and sustainability in radiology, offering a glimpse into Kate Hanneman's professional journey and the fascinating world of cardiac imaging.   Learn more at