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    September 01, 2013

    Featured Benefit: RSNA News

    Whether you prefer the print, online or tablet edition, free access to RSNA News is a premier benefit of RSNA membership.

    For more than 20 years, RSNA News has provided high-quality, timely coverage of radiology research and education and critical issues facing the specialty, along with comprehensive information about RSNA programs, products and other member benefits.

    The RSNA News tablet edition provides enhancements to the radiology news, announcements and RSNA-related content published in the print version. This includes Web links, videos, audio features, and educational presentations.

    Look for the RSNA 2013 meeting preview issue of RSNA News next month. In it you will find everything you need to prepare for the world’s premier medical meeting—previews of presentations in every subspecialty, a guide to the technology that will help you navigate the meeting, even a list of McCormick Place dining choices and options out in the city.

    For more information on these and other RSNA News features go to RSNA.org/News.

    Academy Offers Radiology Leadership and Management Credentials

    Academy of Radiology Leadership and Management (ARLM)Combining existing leadership and management courses under one umbrella, the Academy of Radiology Leadership and Management (ARLM) offers the opportunity to enhance your career and develop as a professional at upcoming meetings and workshops featuring ARLM-approved courses.

    ARLM courses are offered by five sponsoring organizations: RSNA, Association of University Radiologists (AUR), American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), Society of Chairs of Academic Radiology Departments (SCARD) and Association of Administrators in Academic Radiology Departments (AAARAD).

    Medical imaging professionals can earn a Certificate of Achievement from ARLM by earning 50 education credits—at least 30 in person—across a core spectrum of leadership learning domains, including financial skills, human resources, professionalism, legal/contracting, academic mission and general management. 

    Courses taken over a three-year period can be applied to certificate requirements, while CME coursework from previous years may also count toward certification. There are no fees beyond the costs associated with CME activities, and many of those are free to members of the respective sponsoring societies.

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