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Temperatures are dropping and my front yard is covered in leaves, which means it’s almost time for another eventful RSNA annual meeting in Chicago. I’ve spent some with this year’s schedule and wanted to share five can’t-miss sessions.

 
 - Michael Walter
RSNA 2017: 5 sessions you do not want to miss

Temperatures are dropping and my front yard is covered in leaves, which means it’s almost time for another eventful RSNA annual meeting in Chicago. I’ve spent some with this year’s schedule and wanted to share five can’t-miss sessions.

 - RSNA
RSNA to publish 3 new journals in 2019

RSNA announced Thursday, Oct. 19, it is launching three new journals in 2019 to complement its current publications, Radiology and RadioGraphics.

RSNA 2016: More research, awareness needed in fight against prostate cancer

The negative impact of prostate cancer is woefully underestimated by the public, according to Colleen A. Lawton, MD, professor and vice chair of radiation oncology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She reviewed the history of prostate cancer screening and treatment in the Annual Oration in Radiation Oncology address at RSNA 2016.

 - RSNA Concourse
RSNA 2016: What’s up with the new Joint Commission regulations?

A Tuesday, Nov. 29, presentation at RSNA 2016 featured Joint Commission member and practicing medical physicist Tyler S. Fisher, MD, discussing compliance in an imaging department, including the commission’s two new focuses: justification and dose optimization.

 - N. Reed Dunnick
RSNA 2016: Organizational change requires strong physician leadership

Academic medicine does a great job of producing physicians—but leaders? Not so much. A lack of effective leadership can paralyze an organization, making affecting change all but impossible according to a Sunday afternoon session at RSNA 2016.