Traditionally offered in print, the American College of Radiology’s (ACR) Continuous Professional Improvement (CPI) self-assessment program is now available in a convenient online format. The new online format is suited for Mac or PCs, iPads and other mobile devices.


• Compare and benchmark answers against your peers
• Zoom and pan to read image findings
• Receive immediate educational feedback & link to PubMed references
• Pause and resume; flag for review; write notes for reference

“CPI is known for its outstanding quality and practical approach to learning. Many radiologists trust and rely on CPI to help improve their diagnostic accuracy, keep up with a changing clinical and imaging landscape as well as improve quality assurance for their practice and facility,” said Harris L. Cohen, M.D., FACR, CPI program chair and Editor-In-Chief. “All CPI modules now will be accompanied by a free digital publication. These e-book modules, along with the new online learning platform, will enhance the user’s experience by adding convenience and portability, something all radiologists in their roles as providers and learners can benefit from.”

The CPI program is produced by today’s expert subspecialists for practicing diagnostic radiologists using current clinical casework. CPI features superb images with detailed captions in ABR-required areas of study as well as in special edition modules. Answers provide a complete learning experience and opportunities for further study, featuring in-depth findings, annotated images, rationales and current references.

CPI modules offer continuing medical education (CME) and self-assessment module (SAM/SA-CME) credits.

This video features a testimonial from CPI user Bibb Allen, M.D., FACR, chair of the ACR Board of Chancellors.

To learn more about the CPI program, visit