As a radiologist (or, indeed, any kind of physician), you are a professional. You have completed at least two decades of education, including an advanced degree. You have not just passed but scored very competitively on numerous exams, held up under scrutiny from dozens of educators and interviewers, and committed yourself to maintaining your clinical edge by keeping current with academic literature and educational conferences.
This is due to your desire to do the best work you possibly can, or (at the barest minimum) to avoid the negative repercussions of doing a bad job. But can you be trusted?
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