RSNA Annual Meeting Returns Face-to-Face in Chicago in 2021

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The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) announced on May 17, 2021 that 10,378 scientific and teaching abstracts have been submitted for presentation at its 107th Annual Meeting (RSNA 2021), to be held from November 28 to December 2, 2021 , at McCormick Place in Chicago. The large number of submissions reflects the overwhelming enthusiasm of speakers, faculty and attendees to reconvene in Chicago for one of the world’s largest radiology forums.

The RSNA 2021 convention will be held face-to-face from November 28 to December 2, 2021, at McCormick Place in Chicago. This session, dubbed “RSNA 2021: Redefining Radiology”, will provide a wealth of scientific, educational and CPD opportunities for radiology professionals around the world.

Strong scientific content and very popular interpretation workshops

« We have heard from many regular attendees and exhibitors that they are excited and ready to come back to Chicago for the next RSNA and look forward to welcoming them, says RSNA President Dr Mary C. Mahoney. We are planning a strong scientific content and technical exhibition provided, as well as a virtual congress component to enhance the attendee experience. »

Popular features such as the Image Interpretation Session, the Case of the Day, and the ‘Fast 5’ – quick and engaging presentations on how medical knowledge and research is driving the future of radiology – will provide insightful insights into how medical knowledge and research drive the future of radiology. dynamic experiences to participants. The plenary sessions will provide inspiring and informative talks shared by luminaries in their fields and the Discovery Theater returns in 2021 with lively presentations and entertainment.

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An industrial exhibition of nearly 30,000 m2

« It is such a critical time for radiology professionals to develop responses to a rapidly changing healthcare environment., comments Prof. Curtis P. Langlotz, who liaises with the RSNA Board of Directors for ICT and the annual conference. In addition to the outstanding research and the many educational opportunities available at RSNA 2021, this congress provides the opportunity to finally come together one-on-one with friends and colleagues to share what we have learned over the past two years. .»

As the world’s largest medical imaging conference, RSNA 2021 is also the ultimate exhibition venue for the demonstration of the latest medical imaging technologies in computed tomography, MRI, artificial intelligence (AI), 3D printing, etc. Interest from exhibitors was strong, with 442 manufacturers reserving nearly 30,000 m2 of exhibition space from the start of registration. This technical exhibition will once again host the showcase of AI, 3D printing and virtual reality, but also the pavilion of new exhibitors, the row of teachers and that of recruiters.

A collaboration with the city of Chicago and Mc Cormick Place to prevent the risk of infection

Registration for RSNA 2021 will begin on July 21, 2021 and will be free for society members until October 1. Hotel reservations are open. Visit for more information and to register to receive future annual meeting updates. To address any new epidemic risk, the RSNA is actively working with the City of Chicago and McCormick Place to implement public health protocols and best practices to provide the safest meeting environment possible.

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The RSNA 2021 will also be broadcast virtually for those affected by institutional, professional or national travel restrictions. The virtual meeting will present 100% of the eligible content of the congress face-to-face.

Bruno Benque with RSNA


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