The CAR is delighted to have Montréal as the host city for CAR 2024. Not only will you be able to experience a world-class historic city, but you will also be able to earn Royal College MOC credits for participating in the inspiring educational sessions developed for the CAR 2024 program. With plenty of breaks and shorter days, take advantage of all that Montreal has to offer! Read More
Attention Specialists in Breast Imaging, Interventional Radiology, AI, and Data Sharing:
The CAR is introducing five new working groups and one new standing committee that are looking for volunteers. These groups will focus on setting quality guidance and accreditation standards for breast imaging, interventional radiology, data sharing, and integrating AI. This is your opportunity to connect with your peers and lead the development of radiology standards in Canada. Read More
Earlier this month, the CAR recognized the International Day of Radiology on November 8th and National MRT Week from November 5th-11th with a social media awareness campaign. The purpose of the campaign was to publicly mark the occasions, promote the daily work of the different roles within medical imaging, raise awareness of important issues, and highlight the CAR's interactions with government on finding solutions. Of particular focus was the need to address the ongoing critical lack of health human resources that impacts Canadian patients and the medical imaging field at every stage. Read More
The Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal (CARJ) and CAR are thrilled to welcome two new participants to this year's Reviewer Mentorship Program and a new Editor-in-Training! Read More
Learn More with the Latest ILD Masterclass Webinar: Smoking-Related Lung DiseaseAs new therapies and guidelines become available, the of role radiologists in assessing Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) is crucial and the demand for this learning is increasingly popular among the radiology community. As leading experts in thoracic radiology, the Canadian Society of Thoracic Radiology (CSTR) identifies this as a critical area for both seasoned radiologists and trainees and presents the next session in the ILD Masterclass series: Smoking-Related Lung Disease. Read More
Authored by Doctors of BCDr. Faisal Khosa, a well know CAR member, graduated from medical school in Pakistan and completed postgraduate training and board certifications in Ireland, America, and Canada. He has an MBA in leadership and equity, diversity, and inclusion. Read More
Presented by BayerBreast density – and its implication for breast cancer screening – is a topic garnering major attention today. About half of all women over 40 who get mammograms are found to have dense breasts, which can obstruct tumour detection on a mammogram.1 Furthermore, women with dense breasts are at an increased risk for breast cancer.1 Read More
Are you looking for CME? Get a jump on fulfilling your Royal College MOC requirements with the CAR!
RAD Academy features premium CME activities that are completely accessible anytime and anywhere for CAR members. September is your gateway to uncover a full range of activities, covering a variety of topics - all eligible for MOC credit! Log in to RAD Academy on September 1st to access these new activities!"
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As the development of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to accelerate, it is becoming increasingly evident that these cutting-edge solutions hold immense potential for enhancing radiology and the broader healthcare sector. Not only can AI significantly improve workflows, thereby boosting productivity, but it also presents a viable solution for addressing the ongoing challenge of providing comprehensive health coverage and expanding access to medical imaging for Canadians. Read More