Attendees will develop a higher level of expertise and confidence in interpreting PET/CT, by interpreting more than 150 oncologic PET/CT scans. Each multiple-scan interpretation session concludes with a detailed review of the key findings.
The ACR follows CDC guidance and all state and local laws, rules, and regulations to ensure the safety of our members and other learners, faculty, vendors, and staff.
The ACR requires proof of vaccination to attend in-person activities at the Education Center. Several virtual micro-courses are available online for those unable to meet this requirement.
Additional strategies implemented include enhanced ionization cleaning, enhanced ventilation with UV protection, a reduced class size/social distancing and are subject to change as guidance and regulations evolve.
By attending this event you grant the American College of Radiology permission to use your name and image, separately or in combination with others, in perpetuity, in any and all marketing, media relations and public affairs materials including, advertising, still photos, videos, and sound recordings. Further, you relinquish and give to the American College of Radiology all the rights, title, and interest you may have in the finished materials that contain your image, including advertising videos, still photos, and/or sound recordings, negatives, prints, reproductions, and copies of the originals, negatives, recordings, duplicates, and prints.
Due to the heavily discounted nature of the training rate, limited seating is available.