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ACVR Diplomate

A veterinarian who has received advanced training in general diagnostic imaging/radiology (ACVR-DI), equine diagnostic imaging (ACVR-EDI) and/or radiation oncology (ACVR-RO) and has passed the American College of Veterinary Radiology Board-Certification Examination pertaining to that specialty.

ACVR Associate

An individual (veterinarian or non-veterinarian) who has excelled in a field of radiology or associated science. This individual must have made a documented contribution to advancement of the ACVR.

ACVR Resident

A veterinarian who is currently undergoing advanced training in an ACVR accredited or alternative residency program in radiology and/or radiation oncology in preparation for the ACVR Board-Certification Examination.

ACVR Post-Trainee

A veterinarian who has undergone advanced training in radiology and/or radiation oncology in an ACVR accredited or alternative residency program, but has not yet passed the ACVR Board-Certification Examination.

Friends of the ACVR (Society-Only Member)

An individual (veterinarian or non-veterinarian) not in any membership category above who has a special interest in Veterinary Ultrasonography, Nuclear Medicine, Computed Tomography/Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging. Membership does not imply expertise in any imaging modality. See Join an ACVR Society.

 

Distinguished DiplomateRetired DiplomateAssociate Member
ACVR DuesNot RequiredNot RequiredNot Required
ACVR Meeting Registration FeeRequiredNot RequiredRequired
ACVR Meeting AttendanceRequired, once every 3 yearsNot RequiredNot Required
JournalElectronic version gratis; print with paymentElectronic version gratis; print version gratis (if desired)Electronic version gratis; print version with payment
Society DuesRequiredRequiredRequired
RequirementsCouncil Vote: Active Diplomates must apply in writing to Executive Director after 35 or more years as an Active Diplomate in good standingCouncil Vote: Active or Distinguished Diplomates retired from practice or teaching of Veterinary Radiology must apply in writing to Executive DirectorMembership Vote: a).letter of nomination from sponsoring ACVR Diplomate; b).a brief summary of professional accomplishments related to the ACVR; c).letters of support from two additional ACVR Diplomates
Rights/PrivelegesSame as Active DiplomateSame as Active Diplomates, except may not vote, hold office, or serve on boards or committeesSame as Active Diplomates, except may not vote, hold office, or serve on boards or committees