ARRS Planning All-Virtual 2021 Annual Meeting: April 18-22

Leesburg, VA, September 17, 2020—The American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) will convene its 2021 Annual Meeting as an all-virtual event from April 18-22, 2021. The first imaging society to announce an all-virtual assembly for 2021, ARRS promises to deliver the same clinically relevant experience for which its Annual Meeting has long been heralded: world-class educational activities led by the field’s foremost experts that span every subspecialty of radiology. 

Due to California’s social distancing guidelines for large events, the host hotel in San Diego is unable to accommodate the 2021 ARRS Annual Meeting. Although ARRS is disappointed by this reality, thanks to the dedication and flexibility of its faculty and presenters, the oldest radiological society in North America remains excited to provide an exceptional all-virtual meeting for its membership. 

A leader in virtual education since 2011, ARRS continues to offer radiology’s most flexible and streamlined meeting experience. From Instructional Courses and Scientific Sessions to Categorical Courses and E-Posters, 2021 Annual Meeting registrants can access more than 280 hours of learning via an updated platform that accommodates both live participation and on-demand viewing. With on-demand access to the complete program available for an entire year, registrants can continue to expand their knowledge and earn CME/SA-CME after the meeting. 

Once again, ARRS is looking forward to reconnecting with imaging professionals from around the world this April and to delivering a singular virtual meeting experience. 

Registration for the all-virtual 2021 ARRS Annual Meeting will open in January.

Founded in 1900, the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) is the first and oldest radiological society in North America, dedicated to the advancement of medicine through the profession of radiology and its allied sciences. An international forum for progress in medical imaging 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®.