Welcome to the National Imaging Informatics Curriculum and Course! This week-long online course is intended to introduce senior radiology residents to the fundamentals of imaging informatics, with emphasis on practical concepts and knowledge. The course consists of recorded lectures to be reviewed before each in-person session, live lectures to be delivered online, and live online small group discussion and problem-solving sessions. Homework to be completed before each live session will also be posted. Pre- and post-course assessments will also be administered.
The course has been developed by Tessa Cook, MD PhD, Nabile Safdar, MD, Katherine Andriole, PhD, and Michael Recht, MD, and is supported by an AUR Strategic Alignment Award. It is presented through a partnership between the RSNA and SIIM. The faculty comprise experts in imaging informatics from around the country.
The dates for the next session(s) of the NIIC will be posted when they become available.
The course dates for the 2017-2018 academic year were October 2-6, 2017 and January 8-12, 2018, with sessions running from 12 pm to 4 pm Eastern Time.