ARRS offers online, live symposia throughout the year. These courses allow registrants to ask faculty questions and have on demand access to recordings and CME credit claiming for one year. Virtual Symposia are free for ARRS In-Training members and are offered at a discounted rate for active practice members.
The inaugural ARRS Medical Student Symposium will be a free event beginning with a series of talks and panel discussion with a diverse group of radiologic subspecialists covering a “Day in the Life” of a radiologist and why they chose the field. This will be followed by a lecture and panel discussion covering the radiology residency application process and training pathways, including common questions from medical students.
This unique webinar will assemble peripheral nerve imaging and intervention experts from various tertiary care institutions to share their knowledge in MRI-based peripheral neuropathy scoring (NS-RADS).
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The symposium includes a review of fundamental physics for ultrasound, CT, and MR imaging. It will also discuss contemporary contrast agent options and the implications of their usage, along with advanced techniques and protocols for ultrasound, CT, and MR to enhance clinical practice.
Past Symposia Now Available as Online Courses
All symposia are made available as on-demand Online Courses offering credit.
This course covers all the essentials necessary for successful performance and patient safety. Didactic sessions rich with case examples will focus on technique and relevant anatomy, pointing out important relationships and landmarks key to proper execution of image-guided procedures, along with tips and tricks for navigating possible pitfalls.
This course provides a comprehensive review of the role of CT and MRI for patient triage and treatment using illustrative cases. Lectures are designed for the practicing clinician—reviewing all aspects of stroke imaging, including optimization of CT and MRI protocols and imaging techniques.
Relative to their prevalence, HPB cancers contribute disproportionately to cancer-related deaths. Emphasizing everyday clinical applications, this course delivers medical imagers of all practice types a timely update.
FREE for ARRS Members
Gain a better understanding of the current and future role of Theranostics in imaging and cancer patient management, particularly for those suffering from neuroendocrine and prostate cancers. The course also provides practical and financial information relevant to start setting a Theranostics practice.
Using a multisystem approach, participants will improve their interpretive skills in the broad spectrum of imaging case studies acquired in an emergency department environment.
Focused on interpretive skills and postoperative insights, this Online Course analyzes normal and critical anatomy, pathological hearing loss, as well as inflammatory and infectious processes, concluding with an interactive imaging review of temporal bone and facial nerve cases.
FREE for ARRS Members
This course delivers a frontline-focused update on the principal problems still plaguing physicians around the world.