ARRS Celebrates International Day of Radiology with Open Online Access to AJR
Leesburg, VA, November 7, 2019—Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen changed the way we see the world forever on November 8, 1895. The 2019 International Day of Radiology marks the 124th anniversary of Roentgen discovering the x-ray, celebrating how radiologists have improved patient care through their own discoveries.
The American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS)—the first and oldest radiology society in the North America—is honoring the International Day of Radiology by opening access to several radiology resources.
American Journal of Roentgenology—Open Access on Friday, Nov. 8
AJR, the official peer-reviewed journal of ARRS, will be open access all day on Friday, November 8, 2019. Recognized as an undisputed leader in the field for more than 100 years, AJR is for radiologists who demand clinically useful information, cutting-edge research, and continuing medical education articles.
- 8 CME/SA-CME credits available in every monthly issue
- Access the brand-new collections feature, featuring topical content compilations
- View published ahead-of-print, most read, and most cited articles
- Browse an extensive archive of past issues—back to 1965
“Communicating Uncertainty in the Radiology Report”—Open Access with Credit
AJR Live Webinars provide unique insights into some of AJR's most controversial, groundbreaking topics—at no cost to ARRS members.
Not an ARRS member? Watch the webinar "Communicating Uncertainty in the Radiology Report" for free when you use coupon code AJR19 at checkout.
Imaging Sports Injuries—Open Access
This two-part web symposium features faculty from the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging and ARRS sharing their expertise on various aspects of sports-related injuries, including a discussion of Brazil's experiences with Olympic and World Cup athletics.
ARRS Online Course Sale—15% Off from Nov. 8–11
In celebration of the 2019 International Day of Radiology, you can save 15% on all ARRS Online Courses. Use coupon code 2019IDOR, November 8–November 11, to receive your discount.
Founded in 1900, the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) is the first and oldest radiology society in the North America, dedicated to the advancement of medicine through the profession of radiology and its allied sciences. An international forum for progress since the discovery of the x-ray, ARRS maintains its mission of improving health through a community committed to advancing knowledge and skills with an annual scientific meeting, monthly publication of the peer-reviewed American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), quarterly issues of InPractice magazine, AJR Live Webinars and Podcasts, topical symposia, print and online educational materials, as well as awarding scholarships via The Roentgen Fund®.