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RSNA/AAPM Online Physics Modules

Radiology trainees preparing for the rescheduled ABR CORE exam in early February can review the RSNA/AAPM Online Physics Modules in the Online Learning Center at RSNA.org/Learning- Center-Physics-Module.

These modules offer a refresher on common physics topics in radiology.

 

New Education Resources Available Online

The RSNA Online Learning Center offers a full library of RSNA COVID-19 related on-demand webinars, including:  

 

• COVID-19 and Health Disparities - A Call for Action

• Thoracic Imaging Findings of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)

• Town Hall Discussions: How COVID-19 is Changing Private Radiology Practice

• The Economic Impact of COVID-19 in the Radiology Community

• Essentials of Chest Imaging: Pediatric COVID-19

• Crisis Leadership During COVID-19

• Artificial Intelligence: Reflections During COVID-19 and Looking Ahead

 

Access all COVID-19 education at RSNA.org/Learning-Center-COVID-19.

 

Short instructional videos related to COVID-19 have been added to the microlearning playlist on RSNA's YouTube channel (@RSNAtube):

• Changing Workflows During COVID-19

• Workflow Solutions to Keep Patients Safe During COVID-19

• Tips to Reduce Stress

 

 

National Imaging Informatics Course Offers Baseline Understanding of Imaging Informatics

Registration is open for the National Imaging Informatics Course-Radiology (NIICRAD), a weeklong online course introducing the fundamentals of imaging informatics. The course will be held online March 8-12. NIIC-RAD is made possible through a partnership between RSNA and the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM).

 

The course introduces the fundamentals of imaging informatics with emphasis on practical concepts and knowledge, including the basics of clinical workflow, the hardware and software requirements, patient-centered radiology, machine learning, data science and 3D printing.

 

The course consists of a series of live lectures, small group discussions and a set of enduring content that can be reviewed before or after the live sessions. There are pre- and post-course assessments and homework assignments throughout the week. The course is open to radiology trainees at all levels, radiology faculty, information technology experts, practicing physicians in other specialties and students from a variety of disciplines.

 

Learn more at RSNA.org/Education/Trainee-Resources or email informatics@rsna.org with any questions.