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    • RSNA 2013 Virtual Meeting FAQs

    • RSNA 2013 Virtual Meeting Frequently Asked Questions Experience featured elements of RSNA 2013 on your own time, whether you are joining us in Chicago or from across the globe. Starting November 30, registered Virtual Meeting attendees can:

      • Watch more than 40 live streaming courses, including most plenary sessions, the image interpretation session, refresher courses, multisession courses, series courses and scientific sessions.
      • Participate live in RSNA’s exciting interactive game sessions, powered by RSNA Diagnosis Live ™
      • Submit diagnoses for Cases of the Day consisting of five cases per subspecialty area throughout the week. Answers will be revealed the following morning. 
      • View education exhibits and digital scientific presentations.
      • Earn Continuing Education credits – live participation lets you maximize your CME.
      • Watch live exhibitor product theater demonstrations.
      • Exclusive to Virtual Meeting registrants is access to education exhibits and digital scientific presentations outside of McCormick Place and courses and exhibitor presentations on-demand through December 13. 

      What are the hours of the Virtual Meeting?

      The Virtual Meeting begins Saturday, November 30 at noon and continues 24 hours per day through Friday, December 6 at 3:00 pm CT. The content captured through live streaming will remain online for on-demand viewing through Friday, December 13 at 4:00 pm CT. 

      How much does it cost?   

      For RSNA/AAPM members, it’s only $100. The meeting is free for RSNA Members-in-Training, RSNA Medical Student Members or Retired RSNA Members. For non-members, it’s an excellent continuing education opportunity at $300.

      What content is available for CME?

      Over the course of the meeting, physicians have the ability to earn up to 81.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for live participation in Refresher Courses, Plenary Sessions, Multisession Courses, Series Courses, Scientific Sessions and correctly diagnosing the unknown Cases of the Day. CME credit is awarded for full participation in the live sessions for an hour-for-hour basis. To receive credit, you must attend the entire session. Correct diagnosis of Cases of the Day offers .50 credit each. Note:  No credit is available for viewing the on-demand sessions, as there is no opportunity for the audience to interact with faculty members and get their questions answered. 

      How do I claim CME credit? 

      You will document your attendance by evaluating your courses and sessions and claim your credits online. A link will be available to you at the conclusion of each session for which you participate. You are able to evaluate the live session you attended and claim credit through Friday, December 13. Once you have evaluated all courses, you can print your CME certificate. For RSNA members, your credits are automatically added to the RSNA CME Repository.

      Accreditation and Designation Statement  

      The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  The RSNA designates this live activity for a maximum of 81.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

      CAMPEP Credit:  

      For those physicists who indicated at the time of registration that they require transfer of CME credit to CAMPEP, the CME credit will be automatically forwarded for conversion to CAMPEP.  

      ARRT (CE) Credit: (Virtual Meeting Not Approved)

      The RSNA, an ARRT® approved Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism Plus (RCEEM+), has not approved the virtual meeting for Category A/A+ credit for radiologic technologists and radiologist assistants due to the restrictions/guidelines set by the ARRT.

      CME is Now Accepted in Europe, Canada, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand

      Australia and New Zealand: RSNA is an authorized CPD provider for Australia and New Zealand.

      Canada: AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ can be converted to Royal College MOC credits.

      Mexico: All AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are transferable.

      Europe: In accordance with an agreement of mutual recognition the UEMS-European Accreditation Council will convert AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to EACCME European CME Credits (ECMECs). More information can be obtained from the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) at info@uems.net or UEMS.net or EACCME.eu.

      Worldwide: CME claimed at RSNA 2013 may be transferable. Interested attendees should contact the CME governing body in their home country for details. 

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