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      Registration/Housing 
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      How do I register for RSNA 2014?
      There are four ways to register for RSNA 2014:

      Internet — Fastest way to register! RSNA.org/register 

      Telephone  

      Monday-Friday (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CT) 
      1-800-650-7018
      1-847-996-5876 

      Fax (24 hours)
      1-888-772-1888
      1-301-694-5124 

      Mail 
      Experient/RSNA 2014
      PO Box 4088
      Frederick, MD 21705 USA 

      How much does it cost to attend RSNA 2014?
      Members attend RSNA 2014 for FREE. Become a member by September 1 to receive free advance registration—just another reason it’s better when you belong!

      When do I need to register for RSNA 2014?
      North American attendees must register by November 7 to receive the discounted registration fee and full conference materials mailed to you in advance. International visitors must register by October 24 to receive these materials in advance.

      Registrations received after November 7 will be processed at an increased fee and conference materials must be obtained at the McCormick Place Convention Center.

      When will I get my badge and course tickets? 
      Badges and course tickets will be mailed to all international registrants enrolled by October 24 and North American registrants by November 7. After these dates, badges will be printed at the McCormick Place Convention Center. 

      What is the registration cancellation policy?  

      • Name changes are not allowed—new registration and payment is required.
      • All registration cancellations must be made in writing to rsna@experient-inc.com by November 7.
      • A $50 administrative charge applies per canceled registration.
      • Refund requests received after November 7 will not be accepted.
      • A new e-mail confirmation is sent each time a change is made to your registration and housing record. Please check your “spam” or detained email folder.

      How much does it cost to attend the annual meeting as a non-member?
      $825. For hundreds less, you can become a member of RSNA and enjoy a wealth of other benefits, including journal subscriptions, education resources, grant opportunities, and myRSNA, an online workstation where you can earn instant CME and explore annual meeting exhibits and presentations.

      Can I bring a guest with me? 
      Full conference professional registrants are entitled to one complimentary spouse/family member badge; each additional badge is $50. This badge is intended for use by a spouse or family member (16 and over) accompanying a full conference professional registrant to the meeting. It allows access to technical exhibit halls, Lakeside Learning Center, and classrooms, space permitting, after all professional registrants have been seated. CME credit is not tracked or awarded. A co-worker or industry associate is not eligible for this badge and must register as a professional and pay the applicable registration fee.

      To uphold the professional and educational standards of the RSNA annual meeting, children under 16 years of age are not permitted in the exhibit halls or sessions and will not receive a badge. 

      How do I make a hotel reservation?
      Hotel rooms are available only to registered individuals. Chicago offers a magnificent variety of accommodations and rates. Register and secure a hotel room at RSNA.org/register. RSNA encourages you to book early for the best selection as hotel rooms may become limited closer to the meeting. Visit the Registration and Housing brochure to view hotel information, rates and locations.    

      A $300 deposit is required to confirm your hotel reservation. Reservations may be secured with a major credit card at the time of booking.  The credit card must be valid through December 2014 and will be charged by the hotel approximately two weeks prior to the meeting. Registrants can also send a check, money order or wire transfer (payable to RSNA) for the hotel deposit. (Attendees are responsible for all wire transfer fees.) 

      What is the hotel change policy? 
      Housing deadline: November 7, 2014
      If you plan to arrive after 6:00pm, contact the hotel for a late check-in.

      Deposits:
      A deposit equal to a one night stay including tax will be charged by the hotel for each room reserved. If the credit card is declined, the reservation may be cancelled by the hotel.

      Reservation Changes prior to November 7:
      Contact rsna@experient-inc.com for hotel changes. Name changes and/or swapping of room reservations is not allowed.

      November 10-18:
      Reservations and deposits will be transferred from Experient to the hotels and therefore cannot be altered during this period.
       

      What is the hotel cancellation policy?
      Written requests for room cancellations and full deposit refunds must reach rsna@experient-inc.com by November 7.

      After November 18:
      Contact the hotel directly for date changes and room cancellations. Room availability and rates are at the hotel’s discretion.

      Reservations may be cancelled without charge up to 72 hours prior to guest’s scheduled arrival date.
      Failure to comply will result in forfeiture of the deposit equal to one night’s room and tax.

      Early departures will result in the loss of one night’s room and tax.

      Failure to check in at the hotel on your scheduled arrival day will result in forfeiture of your reservation and hotel deposit. The hotel will accommodate you on a space-available basis.

      When canceling your room reservation directly with the hotel document the date and time of your call, name of the person with whom you spoke, and obtain a cancellation number.
       

      How do I make airline travel arrangements?
      Gant Travel is RSNA’s official domestic travel agency. Custom travel itineraries may be booked by phone and e-mail Monday - Friday, 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM CT. Additional taxes and booking fees will apply to airline ticket prices and after-hours emergency assistance. 

      Contact Gant Travel at 1-877-613-1192, international 1-630-227-3873, or RSNA@ganttravel.com.


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      What Chicago attractions, tours and events are offered during RSNA 2014? 
      RSNA has teamed up with Hosts Chicago and Bloomingdale's to offer exciting ways to experience Chicago, including multiple city tours, culinary experiences, shopping excursions, and museum exhibits. Tours and events will be available in July. 

      5k Fun Run: Tuesday, December 2, 6:30 a.m. at Arvery Field, South Grant Park
      Enjoy a 5k event with your colleagues along Chicago’s beautiful Lake Michigan shore and help fuel critical research to enable the best care for our patients. During online registration or onsite at McCormick Place, you can sign up as a runner or walker for the 5k Fun Run. The signup donation is $40, will benefit the RSNA R&E Foundation, and is fully tax deductible. You’ll also receive a commemorative T-shirt.

      Where can I see Chicago dining deals, airport and travel information?
      Get information on restaurants, entertainment and attractions, shopping, and airport and travel information at Choose Chicago.

      What will the weather be like in Chicago?
      Temperatures range from 19-34 degrees Fahrenheit in December, or -7-1 degrees Celsius. Complimentary coat check and luggage check services are provided throughout McCormick Place.  

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      When does course enrollment open? 
      July 9. 

       How many CME credits can I earn at RSNA 2014?
      You can earn a maximum of 93.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

      Where do I find specific education offerings and course codes?
      Beginning July 9, Search the Online Meeting Program by date, session type, author and keyword.  Use the course codes when you register and enroll online.  Enroll early to guarantee your seat for ticketed courses!

      What are the featured programs at RSNA 2014? 

      • Canada and KoreaPresents
      • RSNA Diagnosis Live  
      • Estate Planning
      • 5k Fun Run
      • Image Interpretation Session
      • Hospital Administrators Symposium
      • Residents and Fellows Symposium
      • RSNA/ESR Emergency Symposium
      • CIR at RSNA 2014
      • Cases of the Day
      • Virtual Meeting

       What are plenary sessions?
      Open to all registrants and scheduled throughout the week, these sessions are highlights of the RSNA annual meeting.  Keynote addresses, annual orations, interpretation sessions, and special symposia are offered in the plenary session format. PS30 requires a ticket to attend.

      What are refresher courses (RC)?
      Refresher courses are designed to cover both traditional and cutting-edge topics in a subspecialty area. RSNA offers more than 300 peer-reviewed refresher courses to enhance your knowledge.

      What are informatics courses (IC)?
      Informatics solutions are important for every radiologist’s workflow.  These sessions show you how to improve quality and safety at your institution; demonstrate informatics tools-like myRSNA®, the MIRC® Teaching File System and Clinical Trials Processor, and standardized reporting templates-to improve your daily practice; and illustrate how initiatives like IHE® and RadLex® are driving standards for electronic health records.

      What are multisession courses (MS)?
      Multisession courses are scheduled in time blocks, ranging from several hours to several days, to allow intensive study of various topics.

       Can I earn Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) credit?
      The American Board of Radiology (ABR) granted approval to the RSNA for SAM deemed Status.  This allows RSNA to develop and implement, without prior ABR review, enduring SAMs and in-Person (‘live”) SAMs that satisfy AMB Part II MOC requirements.  Select RSNA refresher courses have been approved for SAMs.  Each RSNA in-person SAM is available for 1.50 SAM credits and 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.  The RSNA Annual Meeting in-Person SAMs are accredited by the NEW MOC program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and approved by the Canadian Association of Radiologists.

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      How do I plan my experience onsite? 

      • Find a wealth of information—from featured courses to dining to the location of your shuttle bus—in the Pocket Guide (included with your badge if mailed in advance, and available online in early October).
      • Use the Online Meeting Program to search abstracts in advance. Available in October.
      • Make use of the Subspecialty Content Brochures, which break down course offerings based on your area of interest. Available in October.
      • Allow enough travel time between sessions.
      • Stay comfortable! RSNA takes place in all four buildings of the convention center—North, South, Lakeside and West. The convention center is large and you’ll likely be doing a considerable amount of walking throughout the week. Be sure to wear comfortable professional clothing and walking shoes.
      • Once onsite, read the Daily Bulletin each day for last-minute changes.
      • Be sure to visit the Technical Exhibit halls, where you’ll find the latest in equipment and technology, and the Lakeside Learning Center, home to thousands of education exhibits.
      • Take advantage of Bistro RSNA and enjoy fresh and healthy options, international cuisine and hearty regional favorites. Save money and bypass lunch lines by purchasing meal tickets in advance at RSNA.org/register.

      How do I attend RSNA on a tight budget?  

      • Take advantage of low hotel rate options, including Chicago Hostelling International.
      • Use your Metra Electric train pass (included in your registration wallet) for free rides between Millennium Station and McCormick Place.
      • Use the RSNA News insider’s guide to the best deals on Chicago attractions.  Available in early October.
      • Find inexpensive dining options in the Pocket Guide and check out the RSNA News Dining Guide to find restaurants for every budget. Available in early October.
      • Visit the RSNA Restaurant Reservations Desk in the Grand Concourse, Level 3, for recommendations on dining options and Chicago attractions.
      • If you’re a resident or fellow, be sure to stop by the Residents Lounge for complimentary lunch, refreshments and networking with colleagues.
      • Visit the RSNA Help Desk onsite for recommendations on dining options and Chicago attractions.

      Are there Wheelchairs/Scooters Available? 
      Scootaround, Inc. is the exclusive onsite provider of mobility equipment at the McCormick Place Convention Center.  More information will be available in late summer.

      What is the Pocket Guide? 
      The RSNA 2014 Pocket Guide is an important, easy-to-use reference guide. It is available online and in print in early October.

      Is childcare offered during RSNA 2014?
      Camp RSNA, a children's activity center directed by a national provider, is available at McCormick Place for children between the ages of 6 months and 12 years. To uphold the professional and educational standards of RSNA, children under the age of 16 are not permitted in the exhibition halls or sessions.  More information will be available in late summer.

       

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       What services are available to assist international attendees? 
      A trip to the United States may require an additional degree of planning. Visit RSNA's International Visitors Page to get essential information on visas, an international invitation letter, currency, embassies/consulates, international travel packages, and travel tips. 

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      Which exhibitors will be at the annual meeting?
       
      With nearly 700 of the leading healthcare companies from across the globe, the Technical Exhibition at the RSNA annual meeting remains the top healthcare exhibition in the U.S. Click here to view the RSNA 2013 Exhibitor List. 

      What are some of the features of the Technical Exhibition? 

      Publishers Row: Browse educational titles in all areas of medical imaging.

      Vendor Computer Workshops: Get hands-on tutorials of vendor software systems.

      IHE® Image Sharing Demonstration: See how software and systems can communicate seamlessly across locations to eliminate CDs and create a better patient experience.

      Bistro RSNA offers a great lunch for an all-inclusive price in each of the exhibit halls.

      Exhibit Hall Dates & Times: 
      Sunday, November 30 - Wednesday, December 3: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
      Thursday, December 5: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 

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