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  • Annual Meeting Banner 2014 
  • Meeting Highlights

  • Meeting Program

    RSNA 2014 course enrollment is now open, with more than 300 courses covering topics on critical issues in every subspecialty.

    Later in the year, we’ll also unveil thousands of scientific presentations and education exhibits—the most comprehensive medical imaging program in the world. Here’s a sampling of the confirmed speakers you’ll see at our 100th annual meeting:

    Meeting Program
  • World-renowned Presenters and Lecturers

  • Francis Collins  
    Francis Collins Title  

  • N. Reed
    Dunnick, MD

    RSNA President’s Address
    Jonathan M.
    Rubin, MD, PhD

    New Horizons Lecture
    David C.
    Levin, MD

    Annual Oration in Diagnostic Radiology

    Lawrence B.
    Marks, MD

    Annual Oration in Radiation Oncology
    Robert J.
    Gillies, PhD

    RSNA / AAPM Symposium
    Hedvig
    Hricak, MD, PhD

    RSNA / AAPM Symposium

  • Image Interpretation Session

  • Jeffrey C.
    Weinreb, MD

    Moderator
    Howard A.
    Rowley, MD

    Panelist
    Theodore T.
    Miller, MD

    Panelist

    Reginald F.
    Munden, MD, DMD

    Panelist
    Carol H.
    Lee, MD

    Panelist
    Anwar R.
    Padhani, MD

    Panelist

  • Country Presents

  • For our 100th anniversary celebration we have partnered with the Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) and the Korean Society of Radiology (KSR) to bring the best research and education from Canada and Korea to share with RSNA.

    Canada  
    Korea  

  • Featured Sessions

  • Image Interpretation Session
    Experts take challenging cases and make diagnoses on the spot.

    Cases of the Day
    Diagnose challenging cases and earn
    CME credit.

    RSNA Diagnosis Live
    Wildly popular mobile game sessions where you face off against your colleagues.

    Mock Trial
    Watch a mock trial of a case involving incidentalomas and failure to diagnose.


    This live activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.

    The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP) has approved the direct transfer of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit to Medical Physics Continuing Education Credit (MPCEC) on a credit-for-credit basis for medical physicists.

    RSNA is an ARRT®-approved Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism Plus (RCEEM+) and will provide Category A/A+ continuing education credits for radiologic technologists and radiologist assistants.


    • Internationally Recognized Continuing Education Credits
    • Internationally Recognized Continuing Education Credits

      RSNA is proud to work with our colleagues across the world to provide the finest in continuing education. The credits you earn at RSNA 2014 may be transferrable via the governing body in your home region.

      Australia and New Zealand: RSNA is an authorized CPD provider for Australia and New Zealand.

      Canada: AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ can be converted to Royal College MOC credits.

      Mexico: All AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are transferrable.

      Europe: Due to an agreement of mutual recognition the UEMS-European Accreditation Council will convert AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to EACCME European CME Credits (ECMECs). For more information, contact the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) at info@uems.net or visit UEMS.net or EACCME.eu.

      Worldwide: CME claimed at RSNA 2014 may be transferrable. Contact the CME governing body in your home country for details.

      The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP) has approved the direct transfer of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ to Medical Physics Continuing Education Credit (MPCEC) on a credit-for-credit basis for medical physicists.

      RSNA is an ARRT®-approved Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism Plus (RCEEM+) and will provide Category A/A+ continuing education credits for radiologic technologists and radiologist assistants.

    • Meeting Program FAQs
    • Education


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      Education

      When does course enrollment open?
      July 9.

      How many CME credits can I earn at RSNA 2014?
      You can earn a maximum of 93.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

      Where do I find specific education offerings and course codes?
      Beginning July 9, Search the Online Meeting Program by date, session type, author and keyword. Use the course codes when you register and enroll online. Enroll early to guarantee your seat for ticketed courses!

      What are the featured programs at RSNA 2014?

      • Canada and Korea Presents

      • RSNA Diagnosis Live™

      • Estate Planning

      • 5k Fun Run

      • Image Interpretation Session

      • Hospital Administrators Symposium

      • Residents and Fellows Symposium

      • RSNA/ESR Emergency Symposium

      • CIR at RSNA 2014

      • Cases of the Day

      • Virtual Meeting

      What are plenary sessions?
      Open to all registrants and scheduled throughout the week, these sessions are highlights of the RSNA annual meeting. Keynote addresses, annual orations, interpretation sessions, and special symposia are offered in the plenary session format. PS30 requires a ticket to attend.

      What are refresher courses (RC)?
      Refresher courses are designed to cover both traditional and cutting-edge topics in a subspecialty area. RSNA offers more than 300 peer-reviewed refresher courses to enhance your knowledge.

      What are informatics courses (IC)?
      Informatics solutions are important for every radiologist’s workflow. These sessions show you how to improve quality and safety at your institution; demonstrate informatics tools-like myRSNA®, the MIRC® Teaching File System and Clinical Trials Processor, and standardized reporting templates-to improve your daily practice; and illustrate how initiatives like IHE® and RadLex® are driving standards for electronic health records.

      What are multisession courses (MS)?
      Multisession courses are scheduled in time blocks, ranging from several hours to several days, to allow intensive study of various topics.

      Can I earn Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) credit?
      The American Board of Radiology (ABR) granted approval to the RSNA for SAM deemed Status. This allows RSNA to develop and implement, without prior ABR review, enduring SAMs and in-Person (‘live”) SAMs that satisfy ABR Part II MOC requirements. Select RSNA courses have been approved for SAMs. Each RSNA in-person SAM is available for up to 1.50 SAM credits and 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. The RSNA Annual Meeting in-person SAMs are accredited by the NEW MOC program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and approved by the Canadian Association of Radiologists.