Celebrating Radiology

On November 8, 1895, Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen changed the way we see the world forever. The International Day of Radiology celebrates the anniversary of this discovery and how radiologists have improved patient care through their own discoveries. We're celebrating by opening access to several radiology resources.

AJR, the official journal of the American Roentgen Ray Society, will be open access all day on November 8. Recognized as an undisputed leader in the field for over 100 years, the AJR is for radiologists who need clinically useful information; cutting-edge research; and educational and SAM/CME articles.

  • 8 CME/SA-CME credits available in every issue
  • Access the new Collections feature, with topical content compilations
  • View Publish Ahead of print articles and the most read and most cited articles
  • Access an extensive archive of past issues online—back to 1965


AJR Live Webinars provide unique insights into some of AJR's most controversial, groundbreaking topics—at no cost to ARRS members.

Not a member? Watch the webinar "Communicating Uncertainty in the Radiology Report" for free when you use the coupon code AJR19 at checkout.


This two-part web symposium features faculty from the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging and ARRS sharing their expertise on various aspects of sports injuries and includes a discussion of Brazil's experiences with Olympic and World Cup athletics.


In celebration of the International Day of Radiology, you can save 15% on ARRS Online Courses. Use coupon code 2019IDOR, November 8–November 11, at checkout to receive your discount.