ACR RADAR™ (Radiology Assessment and Review), is an educational program designed for practicing radiologists, fellows and residents. Powered by the latest e-learning technology, with easy access from the web and/or personal devices, RADAR will innovate your approach to the development of an individualized learning plan, enhance your current knowledge base and improve your performance ― across the radiology subspecialty spectrum. 

RADAR offers 11 distinct and comprehensive assessments with image-rich questions and instant feedback from experts in the field. Additional features include:

  • Real-time, dynamic benchmarking ​
    • Peer comparison scores
    • Baseline and improved scores
  • Rationales 
  • References
  • Web and mobile-enabled 
  • Native app for iPads® and Android™ tablets
  • Automatic bookmarking/session management across devices
  • Expand, pan and zoom images and adjustment of brightness and contrast
  • Repeat assessment panels for ongoing, lifelong learning and improvement
  • Offers up to 88 credits (8 credits per panel) and equivalent SA-CME

RADAR features the following subspecialty-specific assessment panels:

  • Breast 
  • Cardiac 
  • Chest 
  • Gastrointestinal 
  • Genitourinary 
  • Interventional 
  • Musculoskeletal 
  • Neuroradiology 
  • Nuclear Radiology 
  • Pediatric 
  • Ultrasound 

Learning objectives

With participation in RADAR - and for each panel – you will be able to:

  • Identify gaps in your knowledge base to focus ongoing education efforts 
  • Demonstrate the ability to answer high stakes examination-style questions
  • Apply the rationales from case-based scenarios to your clinical practice
  • Recognize abnormalities and enhance your learning by comparing your performance to your peers
  •  Utilize active reasoning and reflection skills to enhance your knowledge and improve performance

 

Scoring and Peer Benchmarking

RADAR’s subject matter experts and e-learning instructional designers developed this program with a focus on enhancing your current knowledge base and improving your practice. In addition, learners become eligible to claim CME credit: 

  • You will have a total of three attempts per question to achieve the minimum score of 70% required to claim CME credit. 

  • Improved Performance and Peer Benchmarking are based only on your first and second answers.