How to Be a Better Radiologist ? Beyond the Dark Room || Episode #2 – Dr. Anagha Joshi Leave a Comment / Videos / By Dr. Amar Udare, MD / October 4, 2020A fun conversation with Dr. Anagha Joshi. We discuss her Radiology journey and what helped her excel in her illustrious career. Dr. Joshi talks about how to be a successful radiologist, how to be motivated at your job and how to deal with imposter syndrome with self-doubt. We also discuss her love for Table Tennis and why pursuing our hobbies is important. How does one balance career and family life, especially for female radiologists ?Here are time-stamps:0:00 Stream starts0:21 Introduction – Dr. Anagha Joshi1:50 How to stay motivated at work?4:00 Why radiology?7:30 Passion for LTMMC and Sion Hospital10:00 International Radiology Fellowships in the 1990s14:55 Early Childhood Memories16:53 Advice for Radiology Residents to Succeed in Life19:50 Advice for Residents Facing Difficulties25:15 Table Tennis Journey Dr. Anagha Joshi32:40 Pursuing Hobbies with Work35:10 Meeting Sachin Tendulkar37:55 Importance of Mentor in Life40:00 Gender-bias and Advantages of being a Female Radiologist43:55 How to Manage Career and Family Life46:48 Dr. Anagha Joshi Family48:30 Rapid-Fire Questions 51:10 If Not a Radiologist then What?52:00 How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome and Self-Doubt55:00 Radiology- Past Present and Future (Artificial Intelligence)59:00 What is Dr. Anagha Joshi Proud Of ?Book Recommendations :More Radiology Video content: DICOM Radiology Cases Set 2 [Cases 4-6] DICOM Radiology Cases Set 1 [Cases 1-3] How to Succeed in Your Radiology Career [AND Life] MRI Knee: From Beginner to Expert O-RADS Ultrasound | Dr. Avni SkandhanShare this with your friends and colleagues on social media! Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Pinterest About the AuthorDr. Amar Udare, MD, DNB Dr. Amar Udare is a board-certified radiologist. He is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Calgary. He has a passion for teaching (#FOAMrad and #FOAMed) and has been a semi-finalist for the 2018 and 2020 Aunt-Minnie Most effective Radiology Educator Awards. He has authored multiple peer-reviewed publications which can be accessed on PubMed and Google Scholar. Post navigation← Previous PostNext Post →Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Type here..Name*Email*WebsiteGet Radiology Updates to Your Inbox!