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  • The Value of Membership

    July 01, 2013

    RSNA 2012 Refresher Courses Now on Sale

    Education logoFor a limited time, RSNA is offering discount pricing on selected refresher courses from past annual meetings. These collections are available at a 25 percent discount until October 31, 2013. The discount price is $60 for members; $90 for nonmembers. Each collection includes an audiovisual presentation, a line-by-line transcript and offers AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ for each successfully completed CME test.

    • Breast Imaging/New Technologies: Two CDs, “Mammographic Interpretation” and “Computer-assisted Decision Systems in Breast and Lung Imaging” explore the effect of new technologies on breast imaging and their implications for clinical practice. The Breast Imaging/New Technologies Collection offers 3.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
    • Neuroradiology: Two CDs, “Advanced Neurovascular MR Angiography” and “Brain Perfusion Imaging: Techniques and Applications,” assess patients who have, or are at risk for developing, some of the most common neurological conditions. The Neuroradiology Collection offers 2.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
    • Musculoskeletal: Three CDs, “Emerging Techniques in Musculoskeletal Imaging,” “Imaging of Upper Extremity Entrapment Neuropathies” and “Osteoporosis: Clinical and Imaging Features,” provide a comprehensive review of the hottest areas of musculoskeletal radiology. The Musculoskeletal Collection offers 4.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

    To purchase these collections at the discounted rate, go to the RSNA Education Center catalog at RSNA.org/education/search/collections or call 1-800-272-2920.

    RSNA Staff Retirement

    Sue Harmon, 28 years 

    Sue Harmon
    Harmon

    Just four years after joining RSNA in March 1985 as a manuscript editor, Sue became the first managing editor of RadioGraphics. Sue held that position until her retirement on May 31, serving under the journal’s second editor, William W. Olmsted, M.D., and current editor Jeffrey S. Klein, M.D. In addition to overseeing publication of thousands of articles in the education journal during her tenure, Sue led the journal’s expansion to the Web and more recently, mobile devices. Sue also helped the journal’s editors implement popular new features such as online CME tests, teaching points, and sections focusing on topics such as resident issues and quality.

    “As RadioGraphics’ first and only managing editor, Sue has made a lasting and indelible impression on the journal,” Dr. Olmsted said. “Through her passion and hard work, creativity and attention to detail, Sue has led the development of an educational platform that serves all of radiology in an era where education and CME in maintenance of certification are so important. The Teaching Points feature in the journal was Sue’s idea and is only one example of her creative thinking. I know that Sue Harmon will be really missed by RSNA but her legacy will certainly last through RadioGraphics’ future.”

    “Sue’s unflagging devotion to RadioGraphics has had a significant impact on the journal’s success over nearly 25 years,” Dr. Klein added. “Her talents and efforts on our behalf have set a high standard for all of us who work in publications at the RSNA. Her energy, spirit, and ‘spunk’ will be greatly missed.”

    Job Seekers, Employers Benefit from Career Connect

    Career Connect 

    Whether you’re looking for that ideal radiology job or the perfect candidate to fill such a position, RSNA’s Career Connect is your one-stop resource for the radiology profession.

    Job seekers can post resumes for free, create a Search Agent to specify job criteria and receive e-mails when the perfect job becomes available. Job ads are updated daily with the latest job listings in the field.

    Employers can post job positions, receive e-mail notification when someone applies to an ad and access a large resume database. Employers can also enhance their candidate search for a minimum fee by placing an ad in the Employer Spotlight that runs along the top of all job search results pages.

    For more information on Career Connect go to careers.rsna.org, which features news and updates, answers to frequently asked questions, a feedback/contact button and more.

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