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.

Commission Goals

  1. Continue to perform assessments to identify member needs
  2. Provide educational resources to close gaps in radiologic practice performance
  3. Equip members to meet challenges in areas, such as, but not limited to: AI, data science, policy, and quality improvement education
  4. Prioritize physician well-being, leadership, and advocacy collaborations
  5. Produce educational resources for a broad audience, including medical students, residents, radiology professionals, inter-disciplinary team members, and patients

Leadership & Staff

Lori A. Deitte, MD, FACR


Elizabeth Bleu


Alison Loughlin



ACR Bulletin Editorial Advisory Group – Rebecca Seidel, MD, Chair

AIRP Advisory Committee – Mark Mullins, MD, PhD, FACR, Chair

Education Center Advisory Committee – Daniel Karolyi, MD, PhD, Lead

Enduring Materials Committee – Matthew Cham, MD, Chair

Learning Design Committee – Harprit Bedi, MD, Chair

Meetings Committee – Rajan Gupta, MD, Chair

Radiology-TEACHES Editorial Board & Advisory Board – Marc Willis, DO, Chair and Karla Sepulveda, MD, Co-Chair

Skills Assessment Committee – Vacant

Strategic Planning & Compliance Committee – Ramesh Iyer, MD, Chair

Well-Being Committee – Carolynn DeBenedectis, MD and David Sarkany, MD, Co-Chairs

ACR Radiology Well-Being Program

As reports of radiologist burnout continue and have only been exasperated by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has only more clearly highlighted the need to work together to address the systemic causes. The Commission on Publications and Lifelong Learning (CoPLL) asked 28 radiologists for their solutions to burnout. Their ideas were as unique as their challenges. After more than 15 hours of conversations around how to improve well-being, the CoPLL compiled both the drivers to burnout and how radiologists would address those concerns. Read about the results in the ACR Well-Being 360 Report.

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