Meeting Overview

More than 125 sessions

From Instructional Courses and Scientific Sessions to hundreds of educational and scientific exhibits, the ARRS Annual Meeting offers a variety of sessions across the spectrum of radiology to meet your professional needs.

Annual Meeting Learning Outcomes

  • Translate science and clinical case information into a deeper knowledge and comprehension of both the practice and science of radiology
  • Examine and evaluate future directions in radiological imaging and patient therapy from both the latest research and clinical perspectives
  • Describe the latest indications and applications of imaging techniques and their impact on patient care
  • Identify clinical content that is applicable to performance improvement
  • Comprehend practice-based strategies for mitigating errors and improving patient safety
  • Identify clinical and noninterpretive skills content that is applicable to practice performance improvement
  • Discuss the role and value of the radiologist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients
  • Analyze opportunities to improve care coordination with referring physicians

Subspecialty Tracks

  • Breast Imaging
  • Cardiac Imaging
  • Chest Imaging
  • Emergency Radiology
  • Gastrointestinal Imaging
  • Genitourinary Imaging
  • Musculoskeletal Imaging
  • Neuroradiology
  • Noninterpretive Skills
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Pediatric Imaging
  • Ultrasound
  • Vascular and/or Interventional Radiology

Featured Educational Tracks

Radiology Review Track

This educational track offers a broad review of cases across 11 subspecialties. Each session addresses one subspecialty, containing 60 minutes of case review and 30 minutes of didactic lecture. The rapid-fire case review will provide an even more comprehensive analysis of cases with limited differential diagnoses. Registrants can participate in these sessions at no additional cost—it’s all part of your general registration fee.

Resident Track

This track will highlight content of particular value to in-training radiologists, covering a wide variety of subspecialty domains, physics problems, and noninterpretive skills.