Resources is ARRS’ free-access multimedia toolkit empowering radiology professionals to realize their complete collaborative potential. Focused on strategy and culture, in bringing together the insights and expertise of radiologists from different locations and backgrounds, our central hub enhances the quality of patient diagnoses and treatment. Whether you are part of a small private practice team or a large academic radiology department, RadTeams understands the challenges faced by all imaging professionals in their day-to-day work. RadTeams remains your resource, supporting practitioners of every type to establish, grow, and sustain high-functioning imaging teams. Discover the potential of teamwork. Elevate patient care. Unlock innovation.


The RadTeams Playlist on the ARRS YouTube Channel provides lectures covering health equity, and how to build high-performing radiology teams.

AJR Resources

The world’s longest continuously published radiology journal, the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR) publishes clinically-oriented content across all imaging subspecialties in a diverse range of formats, including original research, reviews, clinical perspectives, editorials, and other short reports. All of AJR‘s articles on diversity, equity, and inclusion are available as free access on the journal website.

Recent AJR DEI Content

InPractice Resources

ARRS’ flagship member publication, InPractice provides trusted insights for the practicing radiologist—both in print and online. Featuring experts in the field detailing emerging innovations and debating provocative subjects directly affecting clinical and commercial imaging, each issue also updates members on the latest ARRS news, educational programs, and professional development opportunities.

Recent DEI InPractice articles:

Radiology Health Equity Coalition

Twelve radiology organizations are collaborating in the formation of the Radiology Health Equity Coalition to positively impact health care equity in the radiology arena. ARRS’ role will be to collect, assess, and disseminate resources and best practices, advocate for and connect with patients and community members, and collaborate on programs and services to improve access and utilization of preventative and diagnostic imaging.