I thought reading Blueprints Rads was a good place to start. Also go through some films with folks with an interest/experience in rads, making a concerted effort to develop a systematic approach to interpreting films. Practice as much as you can by reading films solo, then reading the radiologist's report.Green912 said:I'm starting out with 4 weeks of Rads as well, then 12 weeks of IM. I came across this site a while ago http://www.learningradiology.com/index.htm seems pretty good. Does anyone have book suggestions for someone who wants to be proficient at reading films, MRI's & CTs, but doens't want to go into Rads?