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About Our Programs

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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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.

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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Bital Savir, MD
Assistant Professor, Nuclear Medicine
Loyola University Medical Center

PET/CT using Fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) has been used for many years as an adjunct modality to conventional imaging. Until recently, PET/CT’s main utility was in oncology and to a lesser degree cardiology and neurology. However, new radiotracers were approved by the FDA; increasing the application of PET/CT in clinical practice. This Expert Forum aims to educate medical imaging professionals about the common indications of Time of Flight (TOF) PET/CT scans using various radiotracers that include: F18- FDG, F18-Fluciclovine, GA68-DOTA-TATE, and F18-Florbetapir.

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

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Gopal Punjabi, MD
Chief of Body Imaging
Hennepin County Medical Center

In this Expert Forum Webcast, Dr. Gopal Punjabi will share his clinical experiences with the use of Spectral CT in the Emergency Department with a focus on body imaging.

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

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Lawrence N. Tanenbaum, MD, FACR
Vice President & Medical Director Eastern Region
Director of MRI, CT and Advanced Imaging
RadNet, Inc

John F. Feller, MD
Medical Director & Founder
Desert Medical Imaging

These webcasts originally aired live in September 2017. They focus on the use of Open MRI Systems and how they have evolved since their inception in the late 1980' and today, true high-field systems offer an excellent, patient centric alternative to closed, cylindrical bore systems for imaging of basic and advanced applications throughout the body.

These programs have been made possible through unrestricted educational grant from Hitachi Healthcare Americas.

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