Volume 1, Issue 3: June 2021
A new monthly newsletter specifically for radiology residents, The Resident Roentgen File curates multimedia educational resources from our vast portfolio of benefits to help ARRS Resident Members prepare for exams, fellowship, and beyond.
One month removed from virtually hosting oral board certification exams in medical physics, interventional radiology, and radiation oncology, the American Board or Radiology (ABR) has announced “all computer-based and oral exams for 2022 will be remote.”
According to the 2022 dates for computer-based exams posted on the ABR’s website, the Radioisotope Safety Exam for both diagnostic and interventional radiologists is scheduled for Tuesday, January 10, 2022, as is the nuclear radiology subspecialty exam.
Dates have not yet been confirmed for the Oral Certifying Exams in interventional and diagnostic radiology, nor in medical physics and radiation oncology.
Also unconfirmed right now? Whether or not the ABR will continue remote administration of any exam—computer-based or oral—into 2023.
ABR Resources from ARRS
- Why Is Board Certification Important in 2021?
- The New Remote Exam Modules
- Update on Online Longitudinal Assessment
- Frequently Asked Questions Regarding ABR Finances
AJR Editor’s Choice for Residents
Each month, AJR Editor in Chief Andrew Rosenkrantz handpicks an article to highlight for ARRS Resident Members. In this month’s Editor’s Choice article, “Management of Pulmonary Nodules in Oncologic Patients: AJR Expert Panel Narrative Review,” a team of experts from different institutions covers a timely topic in radiology; the review is informed by the available literature and concludes with a set of consensus views from the panel.
AJR Podcasts by Residents and Fellows
Subscribe to AJR Podcasts and listen in as our team of senior Resident and Fellow Podcast Editors critique articles and provide synthesized overviews of timely research from the “yellow journal” for in-training and practicing radiologists.
FREE ARRS Online Courses for Residents and Fellows
All ARRS In-Training Members enjoy anytime, anywhere access to the following 17 Online Courses at absolutely no cost:
- 3D Printing of Anatomic Models: Value Added Opportunity for Radiology
- Basic Chest Imaging
- Code Stroke: What the Radiologist Needs to Know in the Changing Landscape of Acute Ischemic Stroke
- Controversies in Hip and Pelvis Imaging
- Immersive and Augmented Reality in Imaging
- Male Genitourinary Imaging: From Anatomy to Oncology
- Quality and Safety in Radiology
- Quality Improvement: Basic Concepts and Team-Based Approaches to Facilitate Change
- Radiology Malpractice and Risk Management
- Radiology Payment Systems: Present and Future
- Women’s Imaging
- A Guide to Bowel Imaging
- Contrast Reaction: Now What Do I Do?
- Lung Cancer Screening: A Comprehensive Guide
- Mass Casualty Incidents: Introduction for Imagers
- COVID-19: Clinical Presentations and Spectrum of Imaging Findings
- Molecular Imaging and Therapy of Prostate Cancer
Additionally, our complete “Comparing and Contrasting the Role of Imaging in Common Cancers” symposium is now available on ARRS’ YouTube channel. The 13 videos in this series compare and contrast the role of imaging in screening, diagnosis, and surveillance of liver, gastric, colon, prostate, and lung cancers in both the United States and Asia.
How residents and fellows can sign up for free ARRS membership:
- Complete the ARRS membership application online
Go to our Membership Application Page. Select In-Training Members and complete the application online.
- Complete the membership application and fax or mail to ARRS
Complete the ARRS In-Training Membership Application and fax or mail the application to ARRS.
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