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SIM 6 Registration is OPEN!

We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2018 Emergent/Critical Care Imaging SIMulation (SIM 6). To register for the SIM, or for more information, please access our website […]

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Essay Series Featured on Canon Learning Website

Dr Anthony Mancuso’s essay series has been featured on the Canon learning website: Moving Towards Modern Medical Education and Training – An Essay Series by Anthony Mancuso, MD The three […]

SIM 5 Registration is OPEN!

We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2017 Emergent/Critical Care Imaging SIMulation (SIM 5). To register for the SIM, or for more information, please access […]

Exhibitor at AUR Annual Mtg – May 8-11

We are excited to announce that the WIDI program will again be a vendor at this year’s annual Association of University Radiologists (AUR) meeting in Hollywood, Florida. The meeting is […]

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Medical Education and Training

Medical Education and Training – How Did We Arrive at the Current State? Historically, our patients have always expected and deserved competent healthcare providers. Right or wrong they have put […]

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