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Clinical Imaging is a strong supporter of diversity in science, research and medicine, and is a promoter of inclusion. The journal offers an inclusive and supportive publishing environment and stands against all forms of discrimination, bullying and harassment.
We are proud to state that our editorial team and board has a 65% women / 35% men gender split. Furthermore, all editors share the authority to propose decisions on manuscripts, invite reviewers, and uphold the aforementioned principles at all times.
Check out our article collections celebrating the achievements of women in radiology and highlighting normative or positive family-friendly policies in the field.
The mission of Clinical Imaging is to publish innovative radiology research, reviews & editorials which advance knowledge and positively impact patient care and the profession of radiology. The journal's publications cover all imaging modalities, radiology issues related to patients, policy and practice improvements, and clinically-oriented imaging physics and informatics. The journal is a valuable resource for practicing radiologists, radiologists-in-training and other clinicians with an interest in imaging. Papers are carefully peer-reviewed and selected by our experienced subject editors who are leading experts spanning the range of imaging sub-specialties, which include: More
Clinical Imaging is the official journal of The New York Roentgen Society (NYRS). NYRS was founded in April 1912 to address the scientific and clinical practice concerns of physicians specializing in the new field of radiology.
Family / Medical Leave, Lactation & Other Adjacent Topics - Article Collection
Clinical Imaging pushes the envelope by publishing on topics that others may choose to pass on. This collection of peer-reviewed articles seeks to highlight normative or positive family-friendly policies from individual leaders, practices, and institutions in our field, with the hope that it will provide practical resources for individuals and organizations seeking to learn more about these important and adjoining topics.
Within the United States, during the Spring of 2020, New York City was hit early and hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. In light of this, the New York Roentgen Society (NYRS) gave its members an opportunity to share their experiences amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. This collection of articles seeks to highlight the experiences of three trainees who describe how the pandemic has affected their practice.
Female ACR Gold Medal Winners - Article Collection
This collection of articles seeks to highlight the lives and achievements of the eleven extraordinary women who have been recipients of the ACR Gold Medal. We hope that the collection will grow in the coming decades as more women in radiology and radiation oncology receive this honor.
The Clinical Imaging podcasts include in-depth conversations with selected authors of papers published in recent issues of the Journal. The purpose of these audio recordings is to provide the listener with “bonus material.” Meet the authors behind the research that is advancing knowledge and positively impacting patient care and the profession of radiology.
AMA PRA Category 1 CME™ credit for Clinical Imaging reviewers
The Editors of Clinical Imaging in conjunction with the Elsevier Office of Continuing Medical Education are pleased to offer an AMA PRA Category 1 CME credit program for registered Clinical Imaging physician reviewers who complete manuscript reviews. The EOCME is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The objectives and requirements for this learning activity can be found here.
For each satisfactory review completed within the specified time frame, reviewers are eligible to claim 3 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Reviewers should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in this activity. Reviewers may claim a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM per year for manuscript review CME credits. More
We are delighted to congratulate the following two months of quiz winners.
June 2021 1st Place: Jared Gans, Montefiore 2nd Place: Derek Kim, Montefiore 3rd Place: John Filtes, Columbia
April 2021 1st Place: Julia Goldberg, NYU 2nd Place Tie: Shreya Patel, Columbia 3rd Place: Alexandra Perez Perez, SUNY Downstate Jr Resident: Cecilia Davis Hayes, Cornell
Each will receive a years subscription to Clinical Imaging. For details of previous winners click here.