Our Mission

The Association of Program Directors in Radiology is an organization of residency and fellowship program directors and coordinators with the common goal of optimizing the educational experience for our trainees. Through an annual meeting, periodic communications, and material on its website, APDR enhances the professional capabilities of its members, provides them with the tools necessary to flourish in a rapidly changing healthcare environment and to be in compliance with regulatory requirements of the Residency Review Committee and the American Board of Radiology, and facilitates effective communication with those organizations and others with common interests.

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News & Events

16-Month Pathway to Dual Certification in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Radiology

The ABR has approved conditions and requirements for a pathway leading to eligibility for both primary certification in diagnostic radiology and subspecialty certification in nuclear radiology. Additional information and the application forms for DR residents and programs to enroll are now available on the ABR website at https://www.theabr.org/diagnostic-radiology/subspecialties/nuclear-radiology/requirements-registration


November 8 Marks Sixth Annual International Day of Radiology

APDR joins more than 140 radiology-related professional societies taking part in the sixth annual International Day of Radiology (IDoR) on Wednesday, November 8. The theme of this year’s IDoR is emergency radiology and the essential role that radiologists play in the emergency room, increasing the quality of care and treatment of patients.

Please take advantage of an online “communications toolkit” at RSNA.org/IDoR2017 to help spread the word about IDoR. Feel free to share the toolkit items by posting links to them on your own website. For additional information, visit www.internationaldayofradiology.com.

APDR Committee Meetings at RSNA 2017

The below APDR committees will meet on Monday, November 27 in Room N136 at McCormick Place during RSNA 2017.

10:00-10:30am      10:30-11:00am
Long Range Planning Committee Early Career/Junior Members Task Force
Membership Committee Fellowship Directors Ad Hoc Committee
Small Program/Non-university Committee Global Health Initiative for Residents Task Force
   
11:00-11:30am 11:30-12:00pm
Archives Committee Annual Survey Ad Hoc Committee
Common Program Requirements Ad Hoc Committee         Diversity Task Force
Education Committee Ethics & Professionalism Ad Hoc Committee
Matching Plan Committee  


APDR Discussion Forum at RSNA 2017

APDR and APCR members are invited to attend the fifth annual program director discussion forum hosted by Dr. Angelisa Paladin, University of Washington.

Please join your colleagues from 12:00-1:00pm on Tuesday, November 28 to discuss: the IR Pathway; New ACGME Requirements; Family Issues in Residency; AIRP; and the Struggling Trainee.

The forum will be held in Room N139 at McCormick Place. No food will be served, but you are welcome to bring a lunch to eat during the forum.

No RSVP is needed - We hope to see you there!