RSNA 2022: Empowering Patients and Partners in Care

Inspiration and energy abound at the in-person meeting in Chicago

RSNA 2022: Empowering Patients and Partners in Care offered a robust and empowering in-person meeting in Chicago.  Attendees on-site enjoyed world-class programming, cutting-edge technology and networking with colleagues and friends. The meeting also included a robust virtual meeting, allowing attendees across the globe the opportunity to explore the latest discoveries and research. 
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The RSNA Board of Directors welcomed attendees to a stimulating and invigorating annual meeting.
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RSNA 2022 was the place to be to enjoy stellar education, experience groundbreaking innovations and reconnect with colleagues.
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The RSNA AI Theater was the place to learn about the innovations fueling the future of AI.
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During Sunday’s opening session, Elizabeth Morris, MD, advocated for radiologists to take ownership of screening all cancers, while sharing her personal cancer journey.
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The floor of the world’s largest medical imaging exhibition was filled with  unique opportunities and plentiful networking.
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The Imaging AI in Practice demonstration allowed thought leaders to show new AI tools and enhancements in real-world, clinical scenarios.
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The 3D mural by artist Nate Baranowski was a huge draw for members to snap a unique photo from the meeting.
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The Discovery Theater was the place to relax, network and enjoy some premiere entertainment and watch unique RSNA-related presentations.
RSNA 2022 5K Fun Run
Early Tuesday morning, 441 runners completed the RSNA 5k Fun Run benefiting the R&E Foundation.
RSNA 2022 Last Call
New this year, RSNA hosted Last Call at the Exhibit Halls to give attendees a final opportunity to walk the floor and enjoy food and drink provided by select exhibitors. 
RSNA 2022 After Dark
Members enjoyed an evening at TAO Chicago, one of the city’s most exclusive, late-night venues. More than 750 attendees enjoyed food, drinks and dancing until the wee hours of the evening.