Commission on Publications and Lifelong Learning
The Commission on Publications and Lifelong Learning is the premier source to meet the lifelong professional development needs of radiologists and other radiology professionals.
The Commission on Publications and Lifelong Learning (CoPLL) is committed to designing meaningful professional development resources and experiences for the membership, inclusive of all career stages and types of practice. Patient input and improved outcomes are priorities integral to program development by CoPLL.
Committee on Strategic Planning & Compliance – Ramesh Iyer, MD, Chair
Committee on Enduring Materials – Matthew Cham, MD, Chair
Committee on Skills Assessment – William G. Spies, MD, FACR, Chair
AIRP Advisory Committee – Mark Mullins, MD, PhD, FACR, Chair
Education Center Advisory Committee – Daniel Karolyi, MD, PhD, Lead
Committee on Meetings – Rajan Gupta, MD, Chair
ACR Bulletin Editorial Advisory Group – Rebecca Seidel, MD, Chair
Learning Design Committee – Harprit Bedi, MD, Chair
Well-Being Committee – Carolynn DeBenedectis, MD and David Sarkany, MD, Co-Chairs
ACR Launches Radiologist Well-Being Program
With almost half of radiologists reporting burnout in the 2019 Medscape Radiology Lifestyle Report, it is abundantly clear we must work together to help combat this; this is our struggle.
In collaboration with the ACR Commission on Human Resources, the Commission on Publications and Lifelong Learning developed the ACR Radiologist Well-Being Program to help. This program provides tools and resources to assess all ACR members’, including residents/fellows and medical students, level of wellness and identify ways to improve well-being over time.
ACR Responds to ABR Vision for Future Changes to MOC
In a January 15 letter, the American College of Radiology outlined its responses to points made in the American Board of Radiology Vision for The Future Commission Draft Report.
The College also put forward ideas for how the two organizations might work together to improve the maintenance of certification process moving forward.
Read the ACR letter