Time commitment per article: Less than one (1) hour. Reviewers may accept or decline assignments as schedules allow.
This opportunity is ongoing: Reviewers may choose to remain on the list year-to-year or withdraw at any time.
RadiologyInfo.org is the public information resource developed by health care professionals in collaboration with patients. The website is sponsored by the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR).
What a RadiologyInfo.org Reviewer will do
Articles for RadiologyInfo.org focus on disease/condition and radiologic procedure descriptions. The articles have been extensively reviewed, but content reviewers and content readability reviewers are needed to ensure that articles are still accurate, complete, current, and at correct readability level.
- Each article is expected to take no more than one (1) hour.
- All work is done online via email.
- Volunteers are invited to review an article and may accept or decline the assignment.
- Once an article assignment is accepted, a volunteer receives the article via email to review and return to staff within two (2) weeks. When the work is done
- Content Review
is an annual process. - Content Readability Review
is an ongoing/as-needed process that places an added focus on ensuring that articles are readable at the 7th
Application and approval process
Once your completed application and CV are received, Staff will forward your CV to the appropriate Section Steward for review, approval, and specific assignment. Section Stewards are members of the RSNA-ACR Public Information Website Committee, which oversees RadiologyInfo.org, and will match articles with volunteers that have the expertise necessary to provide an authoritative review.
Staff will reach out directly to volunteer via email with any assignments.
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