Registration for the 2022 ISRT Annual Conference has closed.


But, the virtual CE lectures are available through the end of the year!


As a registered guest for our virtual event, you have access to 11.25 Category A, ARRT-approved continuing education credits. The virtual content will be available from September 30th to December 31st.



The 2022 ISRT Annual Conference registration may be closed, but the raffle continues on!  Buy your virtual raffle tickets today and support ISRT scholarships and grants while putting your hat in the ring to win a$200 VISA GIFTCARD!  Virtual raffle tickets are on sale now through the end of the year and the winner will be drawn in January. Tickets start at just $1 and every donation is valuable.

Keep an eye on your email and our social media in the new year to see if you are a winner!

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If you participated in any portion of this year's ISRT Annual Conference, your feedback will help make next year's conference even better!

Just scan the QR code to complete a short survey on your phone. Or simply click on the code to complete the survey online.

Your comments are genuinely appreciated.

What CEs will be offered online?

The conference CEs will be available online from September 30th at 12:00 am EST through December 31st at 11:59 pm EST. 

A total of 11.25 CE credits from 3 vendors are included in your virtual and hybrid registration!  See details below....



  • 5 credits of YOUR CHOICE! Shop their catalogue for CEs you love
    PLUS get a 35% discount on the purchase of a 1 year membership with eRadImaging


  • Advanced Applications for Advanced Treatment (0.25 CE Credit)
    Description: The objective of this course is to educate learners on the history and treatment of advanced radiologic procedures as well as the clinical applications of utilized by Canon Medical’s Alphenix vascular system. Technologists will also be educated on Canon’s Advanced 3D applications and how they contribute to the realm of advance planning and treatment.
  • Imaging Bariatric Patients: Navigating the Challenges to Enhance Patient Care (1.5 CE Credit)
    Description: This course will review some of the challenges and potential solutions when imaging bariatric patients to provide excellent patient care and reduce stigma. Ethical concerns that exist among healthcare providers when treating bariatric patients will also be addressed.
  • CT Cardiac Best Practices (0.5 CE Credit)
    Description: Join us as we utilize clinical scenarios to illustrate CT cardiac imaging workflows. This course aims to familiarize the technologist with best practice in cardiac acquisition modes and image reconstruction.
  • Hybrid Imaging Then and Now (0.5 CE Credit)
    Description: During the course, we will discuss how combining multiple imaging modalities changed the way we diagnose, plan and treat; starting with a brief history about Hybrid Imaging. The objective of this course is to educate learners on the history and evolution of hybrid imaging as well as the clinical applications of Multi-Modality Fusion. Participants will  also be educated on Canon’s 4DCT product, and how it contributes to the realm of hybrid imaging.


  • A Practical Approach to MR Imaging: Stability or High Relaxivity? (1 CE Credit)
    Description: In this CE accredited program Dr. Howard Rowley reviews important efficacy considerations of the FDA approved gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs), including clinical utility, safety issues, and practical approaches for selecting a GBCA when considering patient history, pathology and related risks.
  • Breast MRI: Patient Considerations, Abbreviated Protocols & Repeat Studies (1.25 CE Credit)
    Description: When considering the benefits of breast screening protocols multiple challenges and considerations are involved. The potential benefits of using an abbreviated breast MRI (AB-MRI) protocol are shared with the goal of increased access and early detection of cancers. Patient clinical considerations regarding selection of GBCAs are covered as well as key influences on their selection.
  • GBCA Contrast In Pediatrics (1.25 CE Credit)
    Description: When performing Pediatric MRI, careful clinical and safety considerations of this special patient population should be reviewed. The administration of gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) to determine the extent of disease as well as the frequency of GBCA administration over the lifetime of the child, can impact the type of MR contrast selected and the amount of gadolinium required to achieve diagnostic accuracy

If I am an ISRT Student Member, do I still have to register for the conference?  maybe...


10$ BASIC student members still need to register!

If you purchased the student member BASIC, you need to pay separately for event registration.

20$ PACKAGE student members do NOT need to register!

If you purchased the student member + PACKAGE, you are already registered and we will have a seat ready for you on the day of the event.