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The American Society of Neuroradiology: Cultivating a Diverse and Inclusive Culture to Build a Stronger Organization

The American Society of Neuroradiology: Cultivating a Diverse and Inclusive Culture to Build a... EDITORIAL as well as provide strategies for being an effective ally and speak- The American Society of ing up against microaggressions encountered in the professional Neuroradiology: Cultivating a radiology setting (Understanding the Terminology and Making a Difference, September 2, 2020). We are also committed to com- Diverseand InclusiveCulture to Build bating “ableism,” which is defined as discrimination and social a Stronger Organization prejudice against individuals with disabilities. Diversity and inclusion are also critical to the long-term P.M. Bunch, L.A. Loevner, R. Bhala, M.B. Hepp, health of our specialty. A diverse neuroradiology workforce not J.A. Hirsch, M.H. Johnson, K.L. Lyp, E.P. Quigley, only improves our ability to address health disparities by mitigat- N. Salamon, J.E. Jordan, and E.S. Schwartz ing the negative effects of language barriers, mistrust, and cultural misunderstandings but also positions us to benefit from s an organization, the American Society of Neuroradiology enriched collaborations, innovation, and growth. For example, A(ASNR) is committed to a welcoming environment for all an age-inclusive workforce facilitates intergenerational learning and encourages a culture of bystander allyship, positive mentor- 1 and has been linked to higher productivity, lower turnover, and ship, and professional modeling. Central to achieving this wel- higher rates of creativity http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Neuroradiology American Journal of Neuroradiology

The American Society of Neuroradiology: Cultivating a Diverse and Inclusive Culture to Build a Stronger Organization

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Publisher
American Journal of Neuroradiology
Copyright
© 2021 by American Journal of Neuroradiology
ISSN
0195-6108
eISSN
1936-959X
DOI
10.3174/ajnr.A7310
Publisher site
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Abstract

EDITORIAL as well as provide strategies for being an effective ally and speak- The American Society of ing up against microaggressions encountered in the professional Neuroradiology: Cultivating a radiology setting (Understanding the Terminology and Making a Difference, September 2, 2020). We are also committed to com- Diverseand InclusiveCulture to Build bating “ableism,” which is defined as discrimination and social a Stronger Organization prejudice against individuals with disabilities. Diversity and inclusion are also critical to the long-term P.M. Bunch, L.A. Loevner, R. Bhala, M.B. Hepp, health of our specialty. A diverse neuroradiology workforce not J.A. Hirsch, M.H. Johnson, K.L. Lyp, E.P. Quigley, only improves our ability to address health disparities by mitigat- N. Salamon, J.E. Jordan, and E.S. Schwartz ing the negative effects of language barriers, mistrust, and cultural misunderstandings but also positions us to benefit from s an organization, the American Society of Neuroradiology enriched collaborations, innovation, and growth. For example, A(ASNR) is committed to a welcoming environment for all an age-inclusive workforce facilitates intergenerational learning and encourages a culture of bystander allyship, positive mentor- 1 and has been linked to higher productivity, lower turnover, and ship, and professional modeling. Central to achieving this wel- higher rates of creativity

Journal

American Journal of NeuroradiologyAmerican Journal of Neuroradiology

Published: Dec 1, 2021

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