The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 55.5
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.



Accreditation The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

To Receive Credit: If you wish to receive credit and/or a credit certificate, you must:

1. Complete and submit evaluation forms online. (Evaluation is entirely online; there are no paper forms.)

2. Complete the CE LOG section on the evaluation form

• Indicate your primary professional activity (physician, other)

• Enter your name and Registration ID number (at top of your badge)

To be entered in a drawing for a year 2010 membership please submit completed meeting evaluation forms.

United States: The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 54.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

United Kingdom: Royal College of Radiologists has approved this meeting for up to 55 Category 1 (external) CPD credits.

European Union: CME activities granting AMA PRA Category 1Creditstm are recognized by the EACCME

Certificates: Within 60 days after the meeting participants who submitted evaluation forms with completed CE logs will be able to print certificates showing number of credits earned.

Outstanding Teacher Awards To recognize outstanding educational contributions to the ISMRM meeting, the Annual Meeting Program Committee will acknowledge the highest rated speakers in weekend and Monday–Friday educational courses. Recipients of these awards be determined by the evaluation scores which attendees give to speakers. Recipients will be recognized in MR Pulse and on the ISMRM Web site, in addition to receiving certificates of appreciation. We encourage our attendees to let us know about the outstanding teachers in our educational courses. Please fill out your evaluation forms completely.


Saturday and Sunday Courses




MR Engineering Part I Saturday




MR Engineering Part II Sunday




Saturday Courses




MR Physics for Physicists




Clinical Intensive Course: Body MRI by the Experts




Probing Cancer I: Molecular Pathways to Experimental Models




Cellular & Molecular Imaging




Cardiovascular MRI:

Current Applications, Clinical Needs & Technical Developments



Quantitative Imaging and Data Analysis




Advances in Quantitative MRI of Perfusion




“Crossing Fibers” in Diffusion MRI




Diffusion Tensor MRI for the Clinician and the Neuroscientist:

From Experimental Design to Data Analysis





Sunday Courses




Probing Cancer with MR II:

From Animal Models to Clinical Assessment



Cancer MR Spectroscopy: Clinical and Research Applications




Clinical Intensive Course: Imaging of the Lower Extremity:

From Basics to Advanced Techniques



Advanced Neuroimaging




fMRI Advanced Issues and Processing Software




Imaging Strategies




Clinical MRI: From Physical Principles to Practical Protocols







Monday – Friday Programs Scientific Meeting, additional courses and symposia, up to 40 credits (not including study group meetings, lunchtime programs, poster sessions, and hands–on workshops).

SMRT Technologist Programs 7.0 Category A CE credits for Saturday

18 April; 7.5 Category A CE credits for Sunday, 19 April; 14.5 Total Category A CE credits for SMRT Annual Meeting. Monday SMRT and ISMRM Joint Forum, 2 hours Category A CE.

Australia Institute of Radiology (AIR) CE Accreditation has approved the SMRT Annual Meeting for 5 credits per day.

Category A CE for ISMRM Meeting Additional Continuing Education Credits are available in other ISMRM Annual Meeting courses. Refer to the SMRT syllabus for information on which courses and how to receive credit for them.

Meeting Evaluation Online Only (There are no paper forms.)

Enter evaluations at the meeting website. While in the convention center, use one of the free computer stations located in the lobby or in the Internet cafe, or your own computer in wireless areas. Outside the the Ala Halawai Concourse, 3rd Floor of the convention center, you can access the website at any time with your own computer. The online evaluation pages will be available for two weeks after the meeting. There is a separate form for each weekend course, plus a form for each day Monday through Friday. Please use the link from the main meeting page (, then click on the forms for whichever weekend courses or days of the week you attended. Log-in will be necessary.