Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Become a Member of ARRS?
You must complete a membership application, which may be done online. Some membership categories require that prospective members meet specific criteria. For example, In-training members must have their program director or department chair verify the in-training information indicated in the application. You must pay the applicable dues amount for the category of membership to which you wish to belong and renew your membership each year on your anniversary date. The application must be completely filled out to be processed. Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing of membership applications submitted to the ARRS including those submitted online. Busy times of the year such as the month before and the month after the ARRS Annual Meeting or the time period from mid November through the end of the year will require the full 4 weeks for processing. Requests for applications to be processed in less than 4 weeks will not be granted as applications are processed in the order received. Those submitting Annual Meeting or Regional Symposia registrations with a membership application will be given priority.
The Contact Information for ARRS is:
44211 Slatestone Court
Leesburg, VA 20176-5109
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Are there specific join dates to become a member of the ARRS?
No, you may join anytime. The ARRS welcomes membership applications throughout the year.
What does ARRS membership include for residents and fellows?
- Prestigious, monthly imaging journal – American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR)
- CME and SA-CME credits offered in every issue of the AJR
- Online CME credits/SA-CME credits/PQI educational offerings
- ARRS InPractice news magazine
- ARRS Resident Roentgen File monthly e-newsletter
- Relevant and timely member e-alerts
- ARRS Annual Meeting
- ARRS Regional Symposia
- ARRS Web Lectures
- ARRS Online Courses
- ARRS Quick Bytes
- Professional committees & volunteer opportunities
- ARRS Career Center
- Awards & Recognition Programs
- ARRS social media including Twitter and Facebook
I am a current ARRS member going from residency into a fellowship. Can I continue my complimentary membership?
Yes, once you have informed the ARRS of your fellowship and any change in address and contact information. Log into the ARRS website. Once you have logged in, use this link, http://www.arrs.org/InTrainingMembers/, to update your membership information. You may also email your fellowship information (institution name, begin and end date of your fellowship, type of fellowship, name and contact information of department chair or program director) and new contact information to the ARRS Membership Services Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your membership record will be updated accordingly to ensure your continued complimentary membership during fellowship training.
How do I continue my membership beyond training?
The ARRS very much wants you to continue your membership beyond training. You will receive email and written correspondence from the ARRS months before your training ends informing you of your membership options beyond training. Any questions should be directed to the ARRS Membership Services Team at email@example.com or by calling 866-940-2777 or 703-729-3353.
What happens if I let my membership expire?
If your membership has lapsed for more than 12 months, you must reapply for membership per the ARRS Bylaws.
I received a member dues invoice but I am still in training. What do I need to do?
Please provide a letter from your program director or department chair with the name and contact information of the institution where you are completing your training, begin and end dates of your residency or fellowship and the specialty you are studying within radiology. This letter may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 703-729-4839, Attn: ARRS Membership Services Team. Once the ARRS has received your current information, your membership record will be updated and you will continue as an in-training member until your residency or fellowship ends.
How can I get more involved with the ARRS?
The ARRS encourages all of its members to get involved. Volunteers are the foundation of ARRS and allow the society to ensure its mission and strategic initiatives are achieved. Click here to review volunteer opportunities with the ARRS and complete a volunteer form.
I'm moving. How do I let the ARRS know my new address and contact information?
Update your membership information by logging into the ARRS website. Once you have logged in, click on "My Profile" and then click on Update Profile. You may also email your old and new contact information (address, telephone, fax, and email for both your home and work addresses) along with an indication of what address you want used for mailings and what address you want used for billing to the ARRS Membership Services Team at email@example.com. Your membership record will be updated accordingly to ensure you continue to receive all of your ARRS correspondence.
What are the dates and locations of the upcoming ARRS Annual Meetings?
The following ARRS annual meetings have been scheduled:
- April 16–20, 2023, Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, HI
- May 5-10, 2024, John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center in Boston, MA
- April 27–May 1, 2025, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, San Diego, CA
How do I submit an abstract for the ARRS Annual Meeting?
Submit an abstract in the ARRS abstract submission site.
Does the ARRS have chapters?
No, the ARRS does not have state or local chapters.