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  • Radiology in Public Focus

    August 1, 2018

    Digital First

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    Media Coverage of RSNA

    In April, 1,279 RSNA-related news stories were tracked in the media. These stories had an estimated audience reach of 781 million.

    Coverage included U.S. News & World Report, Chicago Tribune, WNBC-TV (New York), WGN-AM (Chicago), WebMD, Daily Mail (UK), Philly.com, HealthDay, WCAU-TV (Philadelphia), KXAN-TV (Austin), Drugs.com, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Diagnostic Imaging, Auntminnie.com, Radiology Business Journal and Health Imaging & IT.

    RadInfo 4 Kids Project Takes the Fear Out of Pediatric Imaging

    RadiologyInfo.org, – the RSNA-ACR patient information website – is exploring a new initiative to help pediatric patients better understand necessary imaging exams or procedures. The RadInfo 4 Kids project explains tests and treatments to children in a relatable way. Made for kids by kids, the videos and other content help ease anxiety and take the fear out of routine exams.

    Check out the first RadInfo 4 Kids video, “The Basketball Game: An MRI Story,” written, illustrated and recorded by 12-year-old Ananya Ramji, daughter of Ramji Rajendran, MD, co-chair of the RSNA-ACR Public Information Website Committee.

    Encourage your pediatric patients to share their stories with RadiologyInfo.org. Numerous formats are accepted, including videos, stories and drawings, and do not have to be perfectly polished. For more information, contact Joshauna Nash at jnash@rsna.org.