Articles by:
Lizzie Barclay

Quality improvement in theory and practice: guiding principles and a real-world incident fix

As a clinician, I was always interested in quality improvement. I enjoyed the logic of ... Continue reading...

A new era of post-market surveillance for AI medical solutions: live performance monitoring

PMS as a collaborative effort Medical device manufacturers often consider post-market surveillance (PMS) as an ... Continue reading...

What lung cancer screening can learn from breast screening programmes

A speaker I find most inspiring is Liz O’Riordan. She is a breast surgeon who ... Continue reading...

Patient engagement: Why the public should be part of the conversation around AI in healthcare

As a physician, I learned that the patients are the experts. They live with their ... Continue reading...

Is AI the key to effective and sustainable lung cancer screening? (Part 2)

Last year, I felt like I’d let people down after deciding to leave my clinical radiology training ... Continue reading...

Is AI the key to effective and sustainable lung cancer screening? (Part 1)

Last year, I felt like I’d let people down after deciding to leave my clinical radiology training ... Continue reading...

Early lung cancer detection with AI: A guide for patients

World Lung Cancer Day and Lung Cancer Awareness Month are opportunities to raise awareness about the leading ... Continue reading...

Workload in radiology: Why should we care?

Headlines such as ‘Radiology on the brink of collapse‘ and ‘Urgent shortage of radiologists’ resonated ... Continue reading...

Why I left clinical practice, but not healthcare

Being a doctor gave me the ultimate sense of purpose. I’d always loved the idea ... Continue reading...

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