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About American College of Radiology Lifelong Learning

The ACR is improving, promoting and protecting the practice of radiology by representing the interests of more than 38,800 diagnostic radiologists, interventional radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians, medical physicists, residents and fellows.

Through its core areas — advocacy, economics, informatics, education, quality and safety, research, and membership value — the ACR is leading the transition to value-based, patient-centered care.

The ACR offers a comprehensive array of educational options to best meet your learning needs, including:

JACR Radiology Firing Line podcast series

Where radiologists discuss controversial topics that are important to the imaging specialty.

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Imaging 3.0™ case studies series

Spotlights radiologists who are partnering with clinicians, other medical professionals, and patients to make the transition from a focus on the volume of scans read to the value of care provided. Each case study includes actionable steps that providers can follow to implement similar initiatives at their own institutions.

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Radiology Leadership Institute (RLI) Taking the Lead podcast series

Explores the unique career journeys of radiology's most influential leaders to provide practical insight into how to structure a career in leadership and find success across a spectrum of clinical environments and organizations.

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R-SCAN™ Value-based Imaging podcast series

Features radiologists and referring clinicians discussing strategies for evidence-based image ordering that position your practice for success in the transition to value-based care.

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Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR)

As the official journal of the American College of Radiology, JACR will inform, educate, and engage radiologists, giving them the information and tools they need to provide evidence-based, patient-centric imaging care while moving the science of radiology forward. Articles included on the AMA Ed Hub focus on cancer screening and diversity, equity and inclusion.

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