Opportunities for Member Input

 

Honors Committee Input

Submission Deadline

All submissions are due Friday, September 20, 2019, and should be submitted online: here.

Note: all submissions must be completed in one sitting.
 

The Honors Committee selects the Gold Medalist, Honorary Member, Pioneer Awardee and Singleton-Taybi Awardee.  View the panes below for more information about each honor.

Gold Medal

Awarded to a member who has made outstanding contributions to the care of children, to pediatric radiology, and to our society.

Past Gold Medalists

Honorary Membership

Conferred on an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the care of children through scientific innovations which impact pediatric radiology. Usually, this is a person not otherwise eligible for membership in the Society.

Past Honorary Members

 

Pioneer Award

Bestowed to an individual whose work has had a significant impact on the way pediatric radiology is practiced or perceived. The award is given to recognize early and significant contributions to our specialty and Society.

Past Pioneer Awardees

Singleton-Taybi Award

Awarded annually by the SPR to recognize the lifetime achievements of an SPR member who has made contributions to pediatric radiology.  The awardee may be recognized for achievements in teaching/education, research, service, outreach, leadership/administration or any combination thereof. Prior to 2020, the award focused solely on education.  Beginning in 2020, the award recognizes broader and more diverse contributions to pediatric radiology.

The awardee is selected annually by the SPR Honors Committee.  Nominations are welcomed.

Past Singleton-Taybi Awardees

 

 

RadInfo 4 Kids

RadiologyInfo.org is a patient-information website produced by the RSNA and the ACR. It averages over one million website visits per month and contains more than 235 procedure, exam and disease descriptions. RadiologyInfo.org also contains a Children’s Imaging section, RadInfo 4 Kids.  Content for RadInfo 4 Kids is provided for kids by kids.  

Have content to share?  Download more information at: https://tinyurl.com/RadInfo4Kids to learn more. 

Nominating Committee

Submission Deadlines

Friday, October 25, 2019 - Nominations for the Officers and Board Members Due

Note: all submissions must be completed in one sitting.


TBA - Nominations for 2020-2021 Nominating Committee Members Due

View the applicable pane below for more information. 

Nominations for Officers and Board Members

Submissions are due Friday, October 25, 2019

The responsibility of the 2019-2020 Nominating Committee is to develop the slate of leaders to stand for election to serve beginning in the 2020-2021 Society year:

  • Second Vice President (Who will ascend to SPR Presidency, presiding over the 2024 Annual Meeting.  This person will also serve a three-year term as the SPR REF President.)
  • Two members of the Board of Directors
  • Treasurer-Elect (who will serve from 2020-2021, and then assume to the Treasurer role from 2021-2024)
  • One member of the SPR Research and Education Foundation Board 

Review the expectations for Leaders here. Submit input via this online form.

Nominating Committee members are not eligible to be candidates for positions on the slate. 

The Nominating Committee roster can be viewed
here.

Nominations for the Nominating Committee

The deadline for nominations for the 2020-2021 year is TBA.

Ethics Committee

2019-2020 Ethics Committee

Fourteen (14) SPR members have agreed to stand for nomination for the 2019-2020 SPR Ethics Committee. This is a special election to bring the Committee in alignment with the recently approved bylaws amendments. Before submitting your vote, be sure to review the list of candidates here.
 

SPR Active, Allied, Honorary and Emeritus Members will receive the online ballot by separate e-mail.  If you have not received an e-mail, please contact the SPR office at spr@acr.org

 

Voting Is Now Closed
 

Leadership Scholarship

The SCORCH Leadership Scholarship is an initiative designed to provide a platform for current and prospective leaders in the field of pediatric radiology to engage and learn from the collective membership of the Society.  The Scholarship will afford its selected recipients to attend and speak at a SCORCH Annual Meeting.  This professional development opportunity will serve as a supplement to the recipients’ clinical training and current leadership skills. 

2019 marks the inaugural year of the Scholarship, which is being bestowed in memory of Dr. John D. Strain, who served as the SCORCH President from 2002-2004.  Dr. Strain was dedicated to educating and developing future leaders in the field of pediatric radiology.  The leadership and members of SCORCH are honored to pay homage to Dr. Strain through the SCORCH 2019 Leadership Scholarship. 

To learn more about the Scholarship, its criteria and application process, click here

The Submission Deadline for 2019 has passed.