RFS Pathway


The Resident and Fellow Section (RFS) pathway focuses on providing ACR members-in-training with an opportunity to gain introductory insight into the College's efforts to serve as a legislative voice for our profession, improve local and international outreach, and act as a unifying body for radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and medical physicists.

If you're going to this session: An Introduction to RFS and Imaging 3.0, read...

"Imaging 3.0: How Radiology Trainees Can Add Value"


If you're going to this session: RFS Career Development, read...

"Radiation Dose and Safety: Informatics Standards and Tools"

"IT Infrastructure and Imaging 3.0"

"Learning Portfolios in Radiology Residency Education: How Do I Get Started?"


If you're going to these sessions: RFS Business Session and Debate, read...

"ACR White Paper: New Practice Models—Hospital Employment of Radiologists: A Report From the ACR Future Trends Committee"

"RFS Journal Club — Changing Relationships between Physicians and Hospitals"


If you're going to this session: The Business and Economics of Radiology, read...

RFS Concepts in Radiology ToolkitFS Concepts in Radiology Toolkit


If you're going to this session: Building Blocks for Success, read...

"What Would Paul Revere Do?"



The transformation to Imaging 3.0 can be challenging to execute in daily practice. The Value-Based PQI Project  gives you an easy Imaging 3.0 win with your practice colleagues and referring physicians, and you earn CME and MOC credit. Learn more at ACR 2015.

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