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  • Opt for Online Journals

  •  Radiology, RadioGraphics Online bring you everything you love about the print journals—
    plus access to a wealth of additional tools and information: 

    • Read articles published ahead of print 
    • Watch video demonstrations of techniques and procedures  
    • Zoom in on images and discover more information with interactive datasets 
    • Share articles with colleagues and start discussions with authors   
     
    • Listen to podcasts of editors and authors discussing select articles 
    • Explore issues from 1923 to 1998 with the Radiology Legacy Collection 
    • Earn instant CME credit via online tests  
    • Browse Radiology and RadioGraphics from your iPhone or iPad with our mobile apps    
     

    Your Decision Makes a Difference

    According to an environmental consulting group, the resources used annually to produce and distribute the print versions of Radiology and RadioGraphics have an impact equivalent to:

    • The emissions from 3,546 barrels of oil consumed.
    • The energy use of 136 homes for a year
    • The carbon absorbed annually by 343 acres of pine forest 

    Choosing online-only journals not only frees up space in your library—it helps free up resources spent on the printing and distribution process. It makes way for more outreach efforts, like the RSNA Committee on International Relations and Education's (CIRE's) Education Materials and Journal Awards program, providing much-needed education materials to developing nations across the world. 

  • Explore the Finest Publications in the Field

    • Radiology—the leading peer-reviewed journal, offering the highest-quality radiology research and state-of the-art reviews.
    • RadioGraphics—dedicated to the best educational materials—more than 990,000 CME certificates awarded since 2000.
    • Radiology Legacy Collection—witness the evolution of radiologic science with our electronic archive of Radiology issues from 1923 to 1998.
    • Radiology Select—a continuing series of selected Radiology articles that highlight developments in imaging science, techniques, and clinical practice.