While continuing to offer the same high-quality, educational content users have come to rely upon, the websites will feature in-depth search options, more interactive content, access to mobile CME and improved functionality, navigation and usability—all in an aesthetically engaging new package.
An image from each of RSNA’s two peer-reviewed scientific journals will anchor each site along with smaller images from that research. Making full use of the images so critical to the journals, both sites will offer a new function allowing users to compare images from within a journal article—a feature unique to RSNA journals.
A new single sign-in process will allow users to move seamlessly between journal websites, RSNA.org and RSNA’s New Learning Management System once they have logged onto any of those sites.
RSNA user feedback about most desired functions and features was the basis for the redesign that coincides with a transition to the online platform Atypon, a leading provider of content delivery solutions for some of the largest names in publishing, such as the New England Journal of Medicine. The changes will allow RSNA to deliver more relevant, targeted content efficiently and accurately, according to journal editors who are excited about the upcoming launch.
“The new site should be very user friendly and allow a more customized reader experience,” said Radiology Editor Herbert Y. Kressel, M.D. “Also, the enhanced semantic capabilities should be helpful in searching content and gathering metadata.”
The new site will offer an abundance of educational improvements, according to RadioGraphics Editor Jeffrey S. Klein, M.D. “The new RadioGraphics website will allow our readers to more readily access current and past educational content, and in particular will provide novel tools that allow customized delivery and archiving of material pertinent to each radiologist’s practice and MOC efforts,” Dr. Klein said.
The vibrant redesign matches the world-class content that has made Radiology the leading peer-reviewed scientific journal in its field. Innovative new features include colorful images from the current issue and a prominent link to current Podcast discussions of selected articles. Links to the current issue, CME and Published Ahead of Print Articles can be easily found along with a streamlined library of resources (most cited, mobile options, etc.) now located just above This Month in Radiology.
Vivid, prominently placed images play a critical role in the redesign of the journal of continuing medical education in radiology. Along with colorful images from key articles in the current issue, the RadioGraphics home page spotlights CME opportunities and quick access to browsing by subspecialty. The Illuminations section featuring the radiologic artwork of Dr. Kai-hung Fung is more prominently displayed while a new Residents & Fellows section links users to content specifically geared toward members in training.
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