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  • Residents & Fellows Corner

    July 01, 2014

    The RSNA Resident and Fellow Committee, chaired by Richard E. Sharpe Jr., M.D., M.B.A., met recently at RSNA Headquarters in Oak Brook, Ill., to discuss many topics affecting the Society's members in training.

    Next Symposium Subjects Announced

    The committee approved the topics for the Resident and Fellow Symposium to be held Wednesday, Dec. 3, during the RSNA annual meeting. Symposium seats can be reserved during RSNA 2014 Course Enrollment, starting July 9, using course codes MSRP41 and MSRP42. Topics include:

    • Career 101: What Type of Job is Best for Me?
    • Career 201: Career Essentials, From the Experts
    • Money Talk: The Veil is Lifted
    • Candid, Frank and Personal Job Advice from Recent Grads

    Handy Checklist Helps Trainees Manage Their Moves

    A moving checklist has been designed to help residents and fellows manage the many tasks associated with moving—such as updating information with healthcare providers and financial institutions and keeping identifications such as driver’s licenses and passports in order—and starting a new training program or beginning practice. The checklist will be made available to residents and trainees in a number of ways including the Trainees area of the RSNA website at RSNA.org/uploadedFiles/RSNA/Content/Role_based_pages/Trainees/AddressChangeChecklist.pdf.

    Check Position Postings on Fellowship Connect

    Fifty-nine institutions are now using RSNA Fellowship Connect to post available radiology fellowship positions, with 138 positions currently listed. Fellowship Connect can be found at fellowships.RSNA.org.

    Residents & Fellows Committee 2014
    The RSNA Resident and Fellow Committee met recently at RSNA Headquarters.
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