RSNA in Brief—Q1 2017
Released: April 21, 2017
To keep you informed about its current activities, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) distributes brief quarterly updates. For more information about any of these activities or to interview a spokesperson, contact RSNA Media Relations staff.
Planning for RSNA’s 103rd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting continues. RSNA 2017 will be held at Chicago’s McCormick Place from November 26 to December 1. Member registration opens May 3, and general registration, including members of the media, opens June 7.
International Visitors — Act Now For Visa
People who require a temporary visa to attend RSNA 2017 are advised to apply as soon as travel to the U.S. is decided. Visit http://www.RSNA.org/Visas/ for more information.
High-Impact Clinical Trial Submission
The process for submitting abstracts for the High Impact Clinical Trial (HICT) session at RSNA 2017 opens June 1. The session features the cutting-edge clinical science and research. It will provide a forum for practice-changing clinical research across radiology with the goal to present the most significant work in the field. Visit RSNA.org/AnnualMeeting for updates.
RSNA Partners with SPR to Plan Future JPR Meetings
RSNA and the Radiological and Diagnostic Imaging Society of São Paulo (SPR) have agreed to continue their partnership for the joint planning of Jornada Paulista de Radiologia (JPR) in 2020, 2022 and 2024.
JPR is the leading medical imaging meeting in Latin America, attracting more than 20,000 attendees.
For the upcoming JPR meetings, SPR and RSNA will work together to plan the meeting structure and program content, develop plenary sessions and identify speakers. RSNA will also assist in developing materials and courses that are not typically offered at JPR.
“We are delighted to continue the collaboration with the SPR,” said RSNA President Richard L. Ehman, M.D. “Through this partnership, we have been able to foster the exchange of ideas and to develop outstanding programs that further the mission of both organizations to serve their members.”
RSNA Spotlight Course in Bogotá
RSNA's second Spotlight Course will be held May 18 to 20 in Bogotá, Colombia. The interactive course, conducted in Spanish, will focus on musculoskeletal imaging and will be led by Jorge Soto, M.D., and Gabriel Dib, M.D. For details on the program and speakers, visit RSNA.org\Spotlight.
Visiting Professors Travel to Indonesia
This month, three radiologists will bring their medical expertise to Indonesia as part of RSNA’s International Visiting Professor Program. The program fosters international relations among radiology societies to assist with medical education in developing and newly developed nations.
Robert M. Steiner, M.D., from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa., Maheen Rajput, M.D., from University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, Iowa, and Athanasios D. Gouliamos, M.D., Ph.D., from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Medical School in Athens, Greece, will travel to Indonesia at the end of April and spend approximately two weeks giving presentations, teaching intensive seminars to radiology residents, and meeting with local radiologists.
“Teaching is an important mission for me, and I see this as a wonderful opportunity to teach residents and peers in other countries what I have learned thus far in my career,” Dr. Rajput said. “Just as important is to learn from my international colleagues what motivates them every day in their chosen career and how it impacts patients and global healthcare.”
2016 RSNA Annual Report
Published solely online for the first time, the RSNA 2016 Annual Report is a dynamic look back at our year in review.
RSNA is an association of over 54,600 radiologists, radiation oncologists, medical physicists and related scientists, promoting excellence in patient care and health care delivery through education, research and technologic innovation. The Society is based in Oak Brook, Ill. (RSNA.org)