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RSNA Librarian Guide Website Press Release

  For Immediate Release

RSNA Launches New Librarian Guide Website

Aims to provide librarian-essential information on Radiology and 

(OAK BROOK, Ill.) May 7, 2010 -- The Radiological Society of 
North America  (RSNA) has created an updated Librarian Guide 
website,  RSNA.org/librarians, which seeks to build awareness and 
provide  information regarding its two leading medical journals, 
Radiology and  RadioGraphics.

The site caters to corporate, academic and hospital librarians 
and  includes features and benefits of the journals with a 
detailed  explanation of license and subscriptions information 
and tier pricing.

Librarians can also learn about the various journal services that 
RSNA  offers, obtain promotional resources for their 
institutions, and take  advantage of the limited-time offer for 
free print journal samples  and/or an online 90-day subscription 

The Librarian Guide includes a link to the Radiology Legacy 
Collection  page (RSNA.org/legacy) and features a 'News & Events' 
section to help  keep all visitors up to date on the latest RSNA 
journal happenings.

Current RSNA journal subscribers can access the Librarian Guide 
to  manage their accounts or obtain answers to frequently asked 

More information regarding RSNA's publications Radiology and 
RadioGraphics can be obtained by visiting radiology.rsna.org and 

For questions or concerns regarding the new Librarian Guide, 
please  contact RSNA Subscription Services at (630) 590-7770 or 


RSNA is an association of more than 44,000 radiologists, 
radiation  oncologists, medical physicists and related scientists 
committed to  excellence in patient care through education and 
research. The Society  is based in Oak Brook, Ill. (RSNA.org)

Ashley Day (Ms.)
Assistant, Journal Rights & Circulation
Publications and Communications
Radiological Society of North America