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Trends in Fellowship Training.

Trends in Fellowship Training.
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: John A. Carrino MD, MPH, Brian S. Funaki, MD, and Pina Christine Sanelli, MD Code: RC502 Objective: This session has three sections. First is Musculoskeletal Fellowship Training: Current Trends, in which attendees will learn the basics of the resident selection process from the perspective of a residency program director. The section also...

Current Activities of the Radiology Resi...

Current Activities of the Radiology Residency Review Committee.
Time: 8:30 PM: 10:00 PM Author: E. Stephen Amis, MD, and Missy Fleming Code: RC202 Objective: Attendees will learn about the Program requirements in diagnostic radiology that became effective July 1, 2010. They will also get updated on what is expected with regard to integrating the six basic competencies into resident education. The session discusses how the ACGME is dealing with the...

Current Activities of the American Board...

Current Activities of the American Board of Radiology (ABR)
Time: 2:00 PM- 3:30 PM Authors: Gary Becker, MD, N. Reed Dunnick, MD, James Borgstede, MD, and Dennis Balfe, MD Code: RC102 Objective: The attendees will learn how to defend the rationale for ABR’s decision to transform the diagnostic radiology (DR) certification exam, be familiar with the details of the new Core and Certifying Examinations, and be able to defend the change by...

RSNA 2010 Scientific Material Publishing...

RSNA 2010 Scientific Material Publishing Policy
The RSNA 2010 96th Annual Meeting Management has announced a number of regulations regarding the forthcoming event. For using scientific papers and posters by media members, RSNA 2010 Management announced that the reprinting of such material by journalists is not allowed. Instead, journals requesting to use slides, diagrams or other visual materials, to be added to their event coverage,...

RSNA 2010 Important Dates

RSNA 2010 Important Dates
RSNA 2010 annual meeting management has announced a number of important dates related to the forthcoming event. The first date was the 28th of April, were registration and housing were opened. On the 26th of May, general registration and housing were opened. On the next 30th of June, course enrollment will begin, while the dead line for international mailing was set to be on the 22nd of...

RSNA 2010 registration regulations

RSNA 2010 registration regulations
RSNA reported that there several ways to register for attending the for the coming RSNA 2010 annual meeting. The first one is registering before the 4th of June and this includes send a printed course enrollment brochure, by mail, to the registered individuals by mid June. This brochure will be available online starting from the 30th of June. The second method to register for the RSNA...

RSNA History – Part 4

We continue to highlight the history of RSNA, in this part, we will discuss the change of the name of the recently established organization, the Western Roentgen Society, to the current name, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). The sixth annual meeting of the Western Roentgen Society was held in December 1920. It took place at Hotel Sherman in Chicago. Albert F. Tyler, MD,...

RSNA History – Part 5

RSNA History – Part 5
In this section of RSNA history review, we are discussing the development of RSNA’s journal. In December 1920, the Western Roentgen Society was renamed the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), a name that remained unchanged until today. The sixth annual meeting of the newly named RSNA took place in Hotel Sherman in Chicago. Albert F. Tyler, MD, was selected to be a new...

RSNA History – Part 6

RSNA History – Part 6
In the previous section of the RSNA history review, we discussed the establishment of the RSNA’s journal, Radiology, and the steps that took place before the journal was published consistently. In this part, we discuss the difficulties the RSNA had to face during 1920s depression. At the beginning, RSNA was getting revenue from publishing advertising materials in its Radiology...

RSNA History – Part 7

We continue to discuss the history of the RSNA. In this section, we are about to highlight the difficulties the society had overcome during the Great Depression, which took place in the United States throughout the 1930s. While the Depression was taking place, it was noted that the attendance of the RSNA annual meeting was decreasing. Facing this challenge, Donald S. Childs, MD, the...

RSNA History – Part 8

RSNA History – Part 8
In the previous section, we discussed how RSNA survived the Great Depression which took place during 1930s in the United States. We also discussed the intersociety meeting that resulted in dividing tasks between RSNA and other radiology organizations such as ARRS and ACR. RSNA was the one responsible for continues training programs as a primary task. In 1938, Dr. Childs, a man who...

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