Daily Bulletin 2015

Courses Offer ARLM, RLI Credit

Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015


More than 20 courses offered at RSNA 2015 qualify for credit toward the Academy of Radiology Leadership and Management (ARLM) Certificate of Achievement and the Radiology Leadership Institute® (RLI) programs.

The ARLM is a joint initiative of RSNA and four other radiology education societies: Association of Administrators in Academic Radiology, Association of University Radiologists, American Roentgen Ray Society and Society of Chairs of Academic Radiology Departments.

Medical imaging professionals can earn a Certificate of Achievement from ARLM by earning education credits across a spectrum of core learning domains including financial skills, human resources, professionalism, legal/contracting and academic mission. The certificate requires completing 50 hours of education, including at least 30 hours in person. More details are available at www.radleaders.org.

The RLI is an initiative of the American College of Radiology offering the opportunity for participants to earn certificates as they progress through four levels of leadership training. RLI content is developed by leading radiologists in conjunction with business experts from partner institutions including Harvard Business Publishing, Kellogg School of Management and Babson College.

Look for the ARLM icon in the RSNA Meeting Program in Brief, or select the ARLM filter under "Advanced Filters" in Meeting Central at Meeting.RSNA.org to identify eligible courses.

Question of the Day:

What is a safe dose for a radiation worker's lens?

Tip of the day:

Marking the floor of fluoroscopy exam rooms can help keep staff aware of radiation, especially for personnel like speech pathologists who may be less aware of radiation dose regions than radiology personnel.

The RSNA 2015 Daily Bulletin is owned and published by the Radiological Society of North America, Inc., 820 Jorie Blvd., Oak Brook, IL 60523.