Newly formed in 2017, the RFS AI Advisory Group seeks to educate residents and fellows on the developments of AI, and how radiologists will be impacted in their practices. The group is led by Judy Gichoya, MD, MS.
The first AI Journal Club, “Radiologists as Knowledge Experts in a World of Artificial Intelligence,” took place December 6, 2017 and was moderated by Bibb Allen Jr., MD, FACR, Chief Medical Officer of the ACR Data Science Institute (DSI).
Join us at the next RFS AI Journal Club Wednesday, January 24 from 8–9pm ET, "How to Read and Critique Deep Learning Papers." Our guest panelists ― Drs. Luke Oakden-Rayner, Paras Lakhani and Raym Geis ― will discuss algorithm CheXNet and dataset ChestXray14.
Help develop resources for members-in-training and provide input to ACR committees on issues related to membership retention.Specific projects may include updating the Getting Started in Radiology Residency Handbook, in addition to working to strengthen ties between state chapters and the national ACR.
Help organize/centralize knowledge about international outreach opportunities and involvement to facilitate better international aid work and collaboration.
Example projects include Global Health Imaging Curriculum in Radiology Residency Programs: The Fundamentals.The subcommittee meets during national radiology meetings such as ACR, RSNA and AUR.
Serve as a liaison to educate your peers about advocacy issues and to inform ACR about upcoming local issues.
Educate trainees about ACR legislative/advocacy efforts to encourage active participation in advocacy for our specialty.We always welcome new ideas to increase resident engagement and advocacy.
Serve as a trainee member on committees within the ACR Commission on Economics.
Promote education and professional development about economic issues relevant to ACR members.Forums include journal club meetings to discuss current topics in economics and special events such as presentations at the annual ACR meeting.
The ACR RFS Nominating Committee is looking for impassioned, self-motivated and dedicated volunteers to be part of the next RFS Executive Committee. Individuals who are recognized as leaders in their training programs, who are eager to be involved in forming the policies and framework for the profession of radiology, and improve resources for all residents and fellows are strongly encouraged to submit their nomination for consideration.
The benefits associated with serving as a member of the RFS Executive Committee include representing the College on behalf of the RFS at the 2018 RSNA conference and the 2019 ACR Annual Meeting, holding a seat on the ACR Council, and the opportunity to make invaluable connections with current ACR leadership.
In addition to the assigned duties of each position, expected time commitment for RFS Executive Committee members includes monthly conference calls, travel to the RSNA annual meeting and the ACR annual meeting, and attendance at quarterly Journal Club webinars.