Opinions on Remote and in-Person Breast Imaging Work: Survey Results from the Society of Breast Imaging.

Opinions on Remote and in-Person Breast Imaging Work: Survey Results from the Society of Breast Imaging.

Publication date: Jan 19, 2024

The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic accelerated trends in remote radiology work. We evaluated the opinions of Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) members regarding remote and in-person breast imaging work. An institutional review board-exempt anonymous survey was distributed to SBI members. Survey questions included demographics and opinions on remote and in-person work. The response rate was 12% (307/2561). Overall, 79% of respondents preferred hybrid work, 16% preferred in-person work, and 5% preferred fully remote work. Only 34% of respondents had remote work in current practice. Screening mammograms (97%) and breast MRI (92%) were deemed most suitable for remote work. Most respondents believed barriers for remote work were inability to perform US (80%) and high monitor price (78%). Seventy-six percent of respondents believed remote work improves work-life balance and reduces burnout. Work model preferences were significantly associated with gender (P =‚ÄČ. 048) and perceived work-related impacts (P

Concepts Keywords
Breast breast imaging
Coronavirus hybrid work model
Pandemic remote work
Radiology survey
work-life balance

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH coronavirus disease 2019
drug DRUGBANK Isoxaflutole
disease MESH burnout

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