Additional Resources

CME Gateway

SPR members have access to their SPR-earned CME records through the CME Gateway. The CME Gateway is located at www.cmegateway.org and allows members to view and print results of CME credits earned through several participating societies. Note that the Gateway will only reflect CME earned through the SPR from January 1, 2006 to the present. It may take up to 60-90 days for the educational activity you participated in to be posted on the Gateway.

To access your record: 

  1. Visit www.cmegateway.org. If this is your first time to the Gateway, you will be asked to create a Gateway username and password - these may be whatever you choose.
  2. Once you are in the Gateway, access your SPR CME records by selecting "Participating Organizations" and registering your SPR username and password with the site. IMPORTANT: Your username is the e-mail address that you use to access the SPR website.  Your password is your full last name, lowercase, with as many of the number "9" needed to render a 7-character password (e.g. boylan9 or davis99).*
  3. Once you have done that, you may choose "Individual Participating Organizations Reports" from the menu and enter the criteria you want to view and/or print.

*If your last name is longer than 7-characters, use all of the letters and do NOT add the additional numbers.
*If your last name is hyphenated, use all of the letters, no space, no hyphen (e.g. Boylan-Davis would be boylandavis)

If you have difficulties, please contact the SPR Office at spr@acr.org. 

Educational Resources

Brain Myelination - Online Atlas

CincyKidsRad - Instagram

Follow instagram.com/cincykidsrad:

A pediatric radiology education project distributing daily cases with teaching points, sometimes in quiz format. 

 

 

Phoenix Children's - Instagram

Please follow @PCHradiology on Instagram for daily pediatric teaching cases. Quizzes are held every Tuesday. Additionally to date there are over 600 teaching file cases which can be reviewed. 

Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Radiology Curriculum

Learning in the Digital Era: Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Radiology Curriculum

This pediatric radiology web-based curriculum, sponsored by the Society for Pediatric Radiology Research and Education's N.Thorne Griscom award, is written by over 70 members of the SPR and international authors. This "works in progress" contains over 12 hours of interactive content, with pre-and post-testing.

 

Contrast Reaction Management Training

Interactive Human Body Map

Lieberman’s E-Radiology

Lurie Children’s Hospital Digital Teaching File

Journal-Based CME - Members Only

Journal-Based CME Access (Members Only)

Pediatric Male Urethra - Online Atlas

Pediatric Radiology Normal Measurements

VCU's Pediatric Radiology Case of the Week