Resident Education


At this year’s Annual Meeting, residents can expect a program that reflects their specific needs as they prepare for exams and active practice. Below is an outline of events happening during the Annual Meeting that will be of great value to our many resident attendees.

Resident Symposium, Part I: Leadership, Fellowships, and Work-Life Balance


Sunday, May 1, 1:00–3:00 pm

F. Baffour, J. Fried, N. Hoven, A. Khanna, A. Norbash

Developed by imaging’s most esteemed educators—via direct requests from the ARRS Resident Advisory Subcommittee—the first of these four, 30-minute lectures focuses on enhancing leadership abilities and interview skills, fully understanding the fellowship process, and addressing specific concerns regarding work-life balance for radiology trainees.

Resident Symposium, Part II: Fellowship Directors Panel


Sunday, May 1, 3:30–5:30 pm

D. Wolfman, M. Hagiwara, A. O’Connell, C. Tiegs-Heiden, M. Vakil

Turning to those topics of interest for in-training radiologists too rarely covered in other forums, this ARRS Resident Advisory Subcommittee-curated lecture series concludes with a full hour of expert panel discussion, a Q&A session featuring multiple fellowship directors, as well as dedicated time for social interaction and professional networking.

Early Career Advice for Young Professionals: What I Wish I Knew Earlier


Sunday, May 1, 10:00 am–12:00 pm

R. Munden, K. Schoppe, C. Everett, A. Patel, P. Bunch, E. Middlebrooks

Featuring a diverse group of highly successful radiologists representing perspectives from private and academic practice settings, this course tackles topics important to young imagers preparing for or currently navigating the transition from trainee to independent radiologist, including finance, society involvement, relationship building, and personal/professional branding.

Radiology Review Track


This educational track offers a broad review of cases across 11 subspecialties. Each session addresses one subspecialty and contains 60 minutes of case review and 30 minutes of didactic lecture. The rapid-fire case review will provide an even more comprehensive review 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.

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Resident Track


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

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