Education and funding
The latest updates and announcements
Value of Imaging Through Comparative Effectiveness (VOICE) Program
Register by May 2nd to take advantage of earlybird pricing
The RSNA Value of Imaging through Comparative Effectiveness (VOICE) Program is an interactive training program designed to meet the needs of imaging scientists interested in conducting comparative effectiveness research to demonstrate the value of imaging.
Developed for radiologists and radiation oncologists at all levels of clinical experience, the VOICE program offers researchers in imaging science the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills that can be applied to eliciting the value and cost-effectiveness of diagnostic imaging procedures and imaging-based procedures.
Beginning in September, participants will participate in two interactive 1½-day in-person workshops, online educational courses and webinars. The two workshops will be held Sept. 27–28, 2019, and Feb. 28–29, 2020, at RSNA headquarters in Oak Brook, IL.
The earlybird registration fee for this program is $975 for members and $1,200 for non-members. Registered participants are responsible for all travel expenses and hotel accommodations.
CORE Workshop Registration Opens April 1
The 2019 Creating and Optimizing the Research Enterprise (CORE) workshop will take place Oct. 17–18 at RSNA headquarters in Oak Brook, IL.
The workshop focuses on strategies for developing and advancing imaging research programs in radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine departments and features a combination of presentations, case studies and group discussions.
There is no fee for this workshop.
For more information and to register, visit RSNA.org/CORE.
Annual Meeting Education Reminders
The following educational opportunities from RSNA 2018 will be available in the Online Learning Center at RSNA.org/Learning-Center. SA-CME is available for completion of these activities.
• Cases of the Day will be released on an on-going basis through mid-April.
• Select Refresher Courses will be available beginning in May.
RSNA/ASNR Comparative Effectiveness Research Training (CERT) Program
RSNA and the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) jointly sponsor the Comparative Effectiveness Research Training (CERT) Program, an interactive course in comparative effectiveness research (CER), targeted to junior faculty and senior trainees in imaging science.
The CERT program provides an introduction to the methodology and tools for performing CER, including technology assessment, risk benefit analysis and cost-effectiveness evaluation.
Beginning in July 2019, the CERT program will include a series of online modules. The 1½-day, in-person workshop and web-based didactic lectures and grant proposal review discussion will be held Oct. 10–11 at RSNA headquarters in Oak Brook, IL.
Accepted participants are responsible for travel expenses and onsite hotel accommodations. There is no fee for this course. The deadline for applying is April 30. Apply online at RSNA.org/CERT or contact RSNA staff at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Introduction to Research for International Young Academics
The Introduction to Research for International Young Academics (IRIYA) workshop encourages young radiologists from around the world to pursue careers in academic radiology.
During a four-day seminar held during the RSNA annual meeting, participants will learn about academic radiology, gain real-world insight from other RSNA members and network with future mentors.
Nominations must be submitted by a radiology department chairperson or training director. Applicants must be from outside the U.S. and Canada and a resident or fellow currently in a radiology training program, or a radiologist who is no more than two years out of training, and beginning or considering an academic career.
The deadline for application is April 15. Apply online at RSNA.org/IRIYA.
RSNA Artificial Intelligence Webinar Series Available On-Demand
RSNA’s 60-minute webinars on artificial intelligence (AI) are now available on-demand.
Designed for radiologists from all practice settings, the series offers a broad introduction to artificial intelligence and machine learning and discusses the current state and future perspectives of the technology for radiology professionals.
Three of the four webinars are available on-demand:
• “Intro to AI and Machine Learning: Why All the Buzz”
• “Current State and Future Perspectives of AI”
• “Future Applications of AI”
The fourth webinar in the series, AI, an Ally or Enemy: A Roundtable Discussion will be available on-demand in late-March.
Members can access the on-demand recordings for $35 per webinar. Non-members can access the on-demand webinars for $50 per webinar. The on-demand recordings offer SA-CME credit.
For more information and a list of speakers and course objectives for each webinar, visit RSNA.org/AI-Webinars.