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    • Online Help Center: After the Meeting

    • How can I attend the annual meeting for FREE?  

      When is the next RSNA meeting? 

      When will I get my CME certificate?  

      Where can I get a certificate of attendance? 

      What material is available after the meeting?  

      What do I do if I lost something at McCormick Place?  


      How can I attend the annual meeting for FREE?
      Become a member of RSNA! RSNA members attend the annual meeting for FREE. Not only will you save over $300, but you'll also gain access to exclusive member benefits, such as free print journals, online education resources and grant opportunities. It's a better investment for you and your institution!

      When is the next RSNA annual meeting?
      2013 December 1 - December 6
      2014 November 30 - December 5
      2015 November 29 - December 4
      McCormick Place, Chicago

      When will I get my CME certificate?
      If requested at the point of registration, a record of hours of attendance, listing AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ or ARRT Category A/A+ credits earned, will be emailed by January 1, 2013. Contact eval@rsna.org if your certificate does not arrive by this date.

      Where can I get a certificate of attendance?
      After the meeting, please email reginfo@rsna.org to request a certificate of attendance.

      What material is available after the meeting?
      If you've bookmarked select presentations in myRSNA, you'll be able to access them again throughout the year. Electronic Education Exhibitors who gave RSNA permission to view their presentation after the meeting will be posted here for one year – available to RSNA members and 2012 registrants. Select content from RSNA 2012 will be posted in Education Center as it becomes available in early 2013, such as:

      • Cases of the Day are transformed into an online CME activity by the Education Center - available in February for CME credit.
      • Several pre-selected 2012 refresher courses are recorded and produced into online CME activity - available in April for CME/SAMs credit.
      • New: Several 2012 refresher courses from the Virtual Meeting will be transformed into educational activities allowing learners to earn CME/SAMS credit. 

      What do I do if I lost something at McCormick Place?
      After the meeting, all unclaimed articles will be returned to the RSNA Headquarters office. Please call 1-630-571-2670 or email reginfo@rsna.org.
       

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