Structured Reporting Review for RadReport - Template Library Advisory Panel (TLAP)
This is an online opportunity.
Time Committment: Reviewing a single report template can be done in a few hours or less. Time commitment depends on the number of templates assigned to the author. This opportunity is reoccurring. Volunteers are added to the pool of reviewers available within RadReport and as new templates are created within their area of specialty, they will receive assignments to complete reviews of the templates.
About the Project:
Providing clinical and technical expertise for the development and evaluation of submitted radiology structured reporting templates with the goal of creating reports that are uniform, comprehensive, easily understood and readable to humans and machines alike. The project involves collaboration in the formal review of existing and new structured reports for clinical content, consistency and useability.
This is an ongoing project. The goal is to continue to grow the current collection of RadReport templates and to eventually include a comprehensive library covering a variety of different specialties and use cases.
Radiologists experienced in their respective subspecialties. Ability to evaluate templates based on best practice, consistency, quality reports.
RSNA's Structured Reporting Steering Committee members will evaluate and reach out to interested volunteers from RSNA’s membership, or the membership of subspecialty societies.
Number of Volunteers Needed:
We do not have a limitation of how many volunteers can participate.