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  • The Value of Membership

    March 01, 2014

    RSNA Offers Affordable Membership as Residents Transition into Practice

    Residents and fellows transitioning into practice will likely find a strong incentive for maintaining their RSNA membership: reduced rates.

    While members-in-training receive free RSNA membership, members transitioning from training qualify for greatly reduced rates during the first and second years of practice—just $100 in year one and $200 in year two. It is not until the third year of practice that transitioning members pay standard membership dues.

    The RSNA benefit gives residents time to settle into the profession before paying the full membership fee. Under the program, transitioning members receive all the benefits of full membership, including subscriptions to Radiology, RadioGraphics and RSNA News, free admission (with advance registration) to the annual meeting and free access to online CME opportunities.

    For more information about reduced rates, contact the Membership Department at 1-877-RSNA-MEM (1-877-776-2636) or membership@RSNA.org.

    See RSNA.org/Membership.aspx.

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