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Applied Radiology Continuing Education Center is an online educational resource delivering high-quality interactive learning experiences that are tailored for the medical professional.

At AR Online, the educational experience is focused on you, the Healthcare Professional. We invite you to let AR Online access your educational needs, tailor your learning experience, and deliver the education you want, when you need it.

The Global Radiation Oncology Workforce In 2030: Estimating Physician Training Needs And Proposing Solutions To Scale Up Capacity In LMICS
 
Improving Access To Radiation Therapy In Indonesia
 
Augmenting Cancer Control Efforts In A Limited Resource Setting By Leveraging International Collaborations In Radiation Oncology
 
The Safety and Efficacy of Combined Immunotherapy and Radiation Therapy
 
Combining Immunotherapy with Radiation Therapy to Induce the Abscopal Response:
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Special Programs

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Frank G. Shellock
PhD, FACR, FACC, FISMRM
NEW! Advanced MRI Safety Training For
Healthcare Professionals (4th Edition):

Level 2 MR Personnel
Credits: 3 •  Run Time: 165 Minutes  •  Fee: $50.00
Basic MRI Safety Training - Updated Edition
Level 1 MR Personnel
Credits: 1 • Run Time: 53 Minutes  •  Fee: $30.00
Introduction to MRI Safety - Updated Edition
Letter of Participation  •  Run Time: 38 Minutes  •  Fee: $15.00

The Joint Commission: Understanding and Complying with the Latest Requirements for MRI Safety  •  Credits 1.5  •  Run Time: 96 Minutes  • Fee: $30.00

Featured CME/CE Programs

On-Demand CME/CE

Applied Radiology Expert Forums

FREE CE/CME Expert Forum Webinars Available On-Demand.

Faculty:
Lawrence N. Tanenbaum, MD, FACR
Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Medical Director, Eastern Region
Director of Computed Tomography,
MRI and Advanced Imaging
RadNet Inc. New York, NY

W. Christopher Baughman, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology
Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine
Vice Chair of Radiology
MetroHealth Medical Center

In this Expert Forum, Dr. Lawrence Tanenbaum and Dr. William Baughman provide a comprehensive review of what the COVID-19 virus is, how it’s transmitted, as well as, how it presents clinically on various imaging modalities. Additionally, a review of “real-world” clinical findings of COVID positive patients, who present with additional symptoms that are manifested from coronavirus will be shared. Following the presentations, a moderated discussion will take place where questions from the audience will be addressed.

This program has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. .

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Faculty:
Michael V. Knopp, MD, PhD
Professor of Radiology and Novartis Chair of Imaging Research
Distinguished University Scholar
PI and Director, Wright Center of Innovation in Biomedical Imaging
Co-PI, NCI NCTN Imaging & Radiation Oncology Core

In this Expert Forum Webcast, Michael V. Knopp, MD, PhD will provide an overview of current digital PET technologies and how leveraging these digital advances improves PET imaging using clinical cases. He will demonstrate how new concepts result in acceleration of acquisition time, dose reduction and dynamic imaging to help improve quality and the patient and staff experience. These new applications apply to the clinical practice for oncology, neurology and orthopedics / sports medicine

This program has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Philips Healthcare.

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Faculty:
Dean James Phillips, DO

Annual mammography screening can save lives because breast cancer is a progressive disease and early detection enables improved prognosis due to appropriate treatment of small nonpalpable node-negative cancers. Multiple randomized controlled trials and observational studies have shown that mammography can reduce breast cancer mortality by 30% or more.

This program has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

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Faculty:
Kevin Smith, MD
Associate Vice Chair of Clinical Operations
Division Chief, Community Radiology
Indiana University Health Physicians
Indiana University School of Medicine

In recent years, several manufacturers have developed CT scanners with the ability to acquire images at varying energy levels, thereby allowing imaging professionals to differentiate the various elements of the body based on their material density and atomic numbers.

This technique, known as Multi-Energy CT, Dual Energy CT or Spectral CT, to name a few, has the potential to revolutionize the way we depict and interpret CT scans. In this Expert Forum Webcast, Dr. Kevin Smith will share his clinical experiences with the use of Multi-Energy CT in a community hospital setting.

This program has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Philips Healthcare.

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Faculty:
Ryan K. Lee, MD, MBA
Clinical Associate Professor SKMC at Thomas Jefferson University
Vice Chair of Quality and Safety
Section Chief of Neuroradiology
Einstein Healthcare Network

IV contrast extravasation is a not uncommon complication in the performance IV contrast enhanced CT examinations. In this accredited Expert Forum Webcast, we will review the different complications related to IV contrast administration. This will be followed by analysis of different factors that contribute to IV contrast-extravasation and subsequent discussion of best practices that can reduce the incidence of IV contrast extravasation. A novel method which reduced contrast extravasation by over 50% will also be presented.

This program has been supported through an unrestricted educational grant from Bracco Diagnostics, Inc.

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