Featured Events

Two Categorical Courses

Subspecialist Tips for the Multispecialist

May 5–7

Leading experts will provide an intensive three-day review in multispecialty imaging tailored to the practicing radiologist. The program is designed to provide a clinically focused update on the most current imaging guidelines, terminology, and disease classifications. Faculty will present scenario-based examples that multispecialist radiologists can implement in their daily practice.

Pitfalls, Variants, and Pseudolesions: How to Avoid Misdiagnosis

May 8–10

This three-day course will focus exclusively on how to avoid misdiagnosis in a wide spectrum of pitfalls, variants, and pseudolesions according to current evidence-based appropriateness criteria. Renowned faculty will present practical, cutting-edge reviews across a range of applications. The program will emphasize real-life clinical scenarios, provide tips and tricks to optimize study performance and interpretation, and ultimately enhance care provision by adding value to patient management.


Sunday Featured Courses

Rock the Review: How to Get a Perfect Manuscript Score

May 5, 10:00 am–12:00 pm

This course provides the unique opportunity for open interchange among editors, AJR staff, and new or current reviewers to clarify the importance, consistency, and timeliness of scientific peer-review. Participants will be presented with detailed information outlining AJR processes from submission to publication.

Diversity: Hiring and Retaining the Best

May 5, 10:00 am–12:00 pm

Learn about the importance of diversity in radiology, the role of diversity in hiring and retaining the best, and how to track success of diversity efforts.

Code Stroke: What the Radiologist Needs to Know in the Changing Landscape of Acute Ischemic Stroke

May 5, 10:00 am–12:00 pm

This focused stroke session will include: knowledge of the new guidelines in acute ischemic stroke in extended time periods; understanding the use of multimodal imaging and its challenges; understanding how to design efficient imaging workflows in our clinical practice; and how radiologists can add value in acute stroke care.

3D Printing of Anatomic Models: Value Added Opportunity for Radiology

May 5, 10:00 am–12:00 pm (Part 1)

             1:00–3:00 pm (Part 2)

This course will allow participants the opportunity to: receive a history of 3D printing in medicine; gain an understanding of 3D printing technologies; work through the logistics of setting up a low-cost 3D lab; and outline the clinical value of 3D printed models in musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, renal, craniofacial, and thoracic imaging.

Understanding and Addressing Radiologist Burnout

May 5, 1:00–3:00 pm

This course will focus on understanding and addressing radiologist burnout, and will be organized around two main themes: addressing burnout at the individual level and addressing burnout at the organizational and systems level.

Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Science

May 5, 1:00–3:00 pm

Presented in cooperation with the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine

This course will introduce the concepts of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and data science and illustrate the current applications and impact of these fields in radiology.

Resident Symposium: Transition to Practice

May 5, 10:00 am–12:00 pm (Part 1)

             1:00–3:00 pm (Part 2)

Combining panel discussions and lectures, this two-part symposium will cover critical topics for in-training radiologists, from the current job market and mentoring, to transitioning to active practice.

Global Exchange Featuring Asia

Comparing and Contrasting the Role of Imaging in Common Cancers

May 5, 10:00 am–12:00 pm (Part 1)

             1:00–3:00 pm (Part 2)

During this two-part course, experts from the United States and ARRS Asian global partners will compare and contrast the role of imaging in screening, diagnosis, and surveillance of the most common cancers—liver cancer, gastric cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lung cancer.