New EdCentral Transforms the Way You Learn
EdCentral, a new learning management platform will be available to members this fall. This new benefit will save time and change the way members access all of RSNA’s high-quality online educational content, including articles from Radiology and RadioGraphics, two of the Society’s peer-reviewed journals.
EdCentral is an easy-to-navigate learning hub that features an intuitive interface. It includes a convenient dashboard where users can see what they have consumed or bookmarked, find highlighted content recommended by the users they follow and access other featured and trending content.
Users can manager their individual profiles to customize the experience, adding skills, interests and accomplishments.
EdCentral also allows users to follow key people and ‘like’ content. This community aspect of the new platform sets it apart from traditional online learning sites. The system will send an alert when new, relevant content is available, and users can adjust their preferences to make sure their feed changes as their interests and needs change.
The more you engage with the EdCentral platform, the more customized your content suggestions will be.
Watch RSNA.org for more information.
Experience the RSNA Annual Meeting
Whether you are new to the field and still finding your focus or are well-established in your career, your RSNA membership provides the tools, resources, connections and opportunities to help you develop professionally.
We are here to support you, delivering value while you shape the future of radiology. Perhaps one of the best benefits of your RSNA membership is access to the annual meeting. During this high-energy week, imaging professionals from all over the world gather in Chicago to network, experience the latest research and education, earn CME and discover cutting-edge technology.
Members who cannot attend in-person—and those who want to extend their meeting experience—can add Virtual Access to their annual meeting registration for an additional charge at a discounted rate.
Virtual Access gives you extended opportunity to immerse yourself in nearly 100% of all eligible programming until April 30, 2024.
RSNA continues to grow and change as the field of radiology evolves. What remains the same is our commitment to offering a top-quality meeting experience to our members.
If you haven’t registered for RSNA 2023 Virtual Access, take a minute and register now at RSNA.org/Register. And, don’t forget to renew your membership for 2024 and choose the option from our new membership plan that best fits your needs.
Visit RSNA.org/Renew to learn more.
Paul M. DeLuca, Jr., PhD
A global expert in the effects of high-energy particle radiation on humans, Paul M. DeLuca, Jr., PhD, died Oct. 30 in Binghamton, NY. He was 79.
Dr. DeLuca received his Bachelor of Science degree in physics and mathematics at LeMoyne College in Syracuse, NY, and later completed his PhD in nuclear physics from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.
He was appointed to the faculty of the Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where, over his long career, he fulfilled several leadership positions including as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs from 2009 to 2014.
A highly respected researcher and recipient of many honors including the William D. Coolidge award from the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), Dr. DeLuca also served in several roles across national and international organizations including the International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements, the AAPM and the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements.