The ASRT website includes COVID-19 resources for radiologic technologists and students, information about upcoming conferences, careers, and publications.
Students can join for $35/year and get access to study tools, practice exams, career planning tools and more.
5 Free radiography practice exams; Radiography Roadmap (review materials and study resources for ARRT certification exam preparation); over 30 brief modules on regulatory topics such as safe CT and MR practices, HIPAA compliance, hand hygiene; and overviews of various rad sci topics.
Radiologic Technology (articles available through the CCSF Library). Bimonthly. In addition to peer-reviewed research articles, Radiologic Technology features continuing education articles and a variety of columns of interest to members of the profession.
Radiation Therapist: The Journal of the Radiation Oncology Sciences (articles available through the CCSF Library). Biannually.
ASRT Scanner (NOT available through the CCSF Library). Bimonthly. You’ll find here the latest stories about your upcoming job, career and profession with this bimonthly member magazine.
ASRT Resources Newsletter (NOT available through the CCSF Library). Monthly emailed newsletter that includes advocacy news, upcoming events, continuing education opportunities, etc.
The Shadowmakers: A History of Radiologic Technology (NOT available through the CCSF Library). An online book published in 1995 that chronicles the accomplishments and contributions of the pioneers in the radiologic sciences and medical imaging.
Includes a job bank, resume and interview guides, networking opportunities and more.
Evidence-Based Practice Tutorial Joint venture of the Duke University and Chapel Hill Health Sciences libraries introduces the concepts of evidence-based practice and includes interactive quizzes to test your understanding.
LearningRadiology.com Website created by the director of the Radiology Residency Program of a Philadelphia medical center. Site includes images, cases, and course materials and lectures by faculty at the medical center.
TRIP Database (Turning Research Into Practice) is a free-to-register database of evidence-based materials in the health sciences. After an initial search, a navigation bar on the left allows you to narrow and browse results by type of resource (eg, images, video), clinical specialty, and other choices.
MedPix - National Library of Medicine
A free open-access online database of medical images, teaching cases, and clinical topics, integrating images and textual metadata including over 12,000 patient case scenarios, 9,000 topics, and nearly 59,000 images.
Public information website established to inform and educate the public about radiologic procedures and the role of radiologists in healthcare. Each section has been created with the guidance of a physician with expertise in the topic presented. All information contained in the website is further reviewed by an RSNA-ACR committee, comprised of physicians with expertise in several radiologic areas. Developed and funded by the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Radiopaedia.org's "mission is to create the best possible radiology reference and teaching site and make it available to everyone, for ever, for free." Includes free articles and cases as well as fee based online courses.
Whole Brain Atlas - Harvard Medical School
Resource for neuroimaging.
Physics of Medical Imaging - Author's companion website to textbook of the same name. Website includes visuals, outlines and information on topics such as radiation for imaging and major methods of imaging.