August 2014 Bulletin large logoPublished 12 times a year, this award-winning magazine keeps members up-to-date on current research, advocacy efforts, the latest technology, relevant education courses and programs, and ACR products and services. It provides a forum for members to share lessons learned, news and events, and achievements. Read this month's digital Bulletin »

Stories From the Current ACR Bulletin

You know the end of the story: In March, Congress passed the SGR patch, which included provisions specifically for the radiology specialty, including a mandate on appropriateness criteria. But how did we get there? Read about the journey and ACR's part in it in "The Story Behind the SGR Fix."

Recent surveys have shown that most medical schools do not require a radiology rotation. Read "Med School Reboot" to find out why some schools are rethinking that plan and how they're making sure radiology is in their curricula.

Looking to travel or volunteer abroad? Goldberg-Reeder alumni offer helpful tips, colorful anecdotes, and share how their work in developing countries has affected their practice. Read "Well Traveled."


Find out how the ACR and RSNA programs are leading the way in patient-centered care in "One Specialty, Two Approaches."