Radiologist CME Activities


Since 2010, Virtual Radiologic has been providing a variety of high-quality continuing medical education opportunities to all interested radiologists. All of our live online lectures are free of charge and recorded for your convenience. We also offer annual destination conferences which have been well attended by radiologists seeking the added social and networking opportunities.

Hundreds of radiologists have taken advantage of these activities with 92% of participants rating the educational quality of our live online modules as “excellent” or “above average.”

Click the link to the CME activity that best meets your needs.

Live Online CME: 2014 Practical Updates in Radiology (Webinars)

The Mammographic Signs of Malignancy
Imaging of the Temporomandibular Joints
Common Neuroradiology Misses

Recorded (Enduring) Modules: 2014

Pattern Based Approach to the Chest Radiograph with CT Correlation
V/Q Scans for Radiologists on Call – Just the Basics
Review of Neonatal Head Ultrasound
Teleradiology, PACS & DICOM: Harder Than It Looks
PET/CT Interpretation: How I do it
MRI Lumbar Spine Review:  Marrow Signal and Disc Terminology
Additional modules will be posted as live sessions are completed.

Recorded (Enduring) Modules: 2013

Facial Anatomy Through Clinical Cases
Breast Imaging Findings, Biopsy Techniques, and Pathology Correlation
Case Review: CT/MR Perfusion
2013 Virtual Symposium on Musculoskeletal Imaging
Radiologists:  On Call to Reduce Unnecessary Radiation of Patients
Review of Respiratory Distress in Children and Neonates
CT Radiation Dosing:  What the Radiologist Needs to Know

Recorded (Enduring) Modules: 2012

MRI and CT Imaging of Brain Trauma
8 Years of QA: A Compilation of Frequent Misses and Misinterpretations in Cross-sectional Imaging
Pelvic Trauma: Bone and Soft Tissue Imaging
Radiology of the Post Breast Cancer Patient
Dead or Infected?  MRI Evaluation of Osteochondral Lesions and Osteomyelitis
Landmarks of Cortical Neuroanatomy

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