The following open access global education courses have been developed by the ARRS International Outreach Committee and ARRS Global Partners to share important information on various topics in radiology. While these courses do not offer educational credit, ARRS aims through the global education program to provide knowledge and expertise that is meant to be shared with radiologists, in-training radiologists, and allied professionals throughout the world.
SERAM-ARRS Emergency Radiology Web Symposium in Spanish
This web symposium comprises 20 lectures covering selected topics in Emergency Radiology. The material was presented by faculty of the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) and the Spanish Society of Medical Radiology (SERAM) during the first scientific meeting sponsored by both global partners in Seville, Spain.
Essentials of Neuroradiology Web Symposium in Spanish 2.0
This web symposium features 16 lectures covering diseases of the Brain, Head & Neck and Spine, presented in Spanish by prominent neuroradiologists. The course has been updated with additional lectures on Spine, Head & Neck, and Neck Imaging.
Imaging of Thoracic Infections in Spanish
This two-part web symposium presented in Spanish features faculty from the Asociación Colombiana de Radiología and ARRS. Experts in thoracic imaging present material on community-acquired infections, tuberculosis, nontuberculous mycobacterial infections, fungal infections, and parasitic infections.
KSR-ARRS Breast Imaging Web Symposium
This web symposium features the best breast imaging lectures from the Korean Annual Congress of Radiology and the ARRS Annual Meeting. This collection includes 5 breast imaging topics with 15 web lectures.
JRS-ARRS Neuroradiology Imaging Web Symposium
This web symposium features important topics in pediatric and adult neuroradiology imaging: stroke imaging, diffusion MRI and white matter, and spinal dysraphism. This collection includes seven lectures from the Japan Radiological Society (JRS) and the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) and two American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR) articles.