International Attendees Get Help "Navigating RSNA 2013"
New this year, first-time international attendees who need assistance "Navigating RSNA 2013" can attend guidance sessions led by veteran attendees speaking their preferred language.
Held in the newly expanded RSNA Global Connection booth in the Lakeside Center, the "Navigating RSNA 2013" sessions are intended to provide tips on everything from touring Chicago and finding a good restaurant to choosing the right shoes and locating the closest Walgreens. Presenters will also offer RSNA-specific information on essentials like transportation, registration and exchanging currency.
Along with guidance, the sessions presented in Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and English, offer a cultural touchstone to attendees thousands of miles from home and serve as a springboard for networking among physicians. International attendees make up over 40 percent of RSNA's annual meeting attendance.
Global Connection seating accommodates 30 people. As always, RSNA provides interpreters to answer questions in Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish at Help Centers and Professional Registration.
Navigating RSNA 2013 ScheduleThis schedule will be available at the Global Connection booth or RSNA.org/GlobalConnection.
Sunday, December 1
1:30-2:00 p.m.—Portuguese (Brazilian)
Monday, December 2
Global Connection, part of the RSNA Services Area, is located in the Lakeside Center Ballroom (level 3).