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.
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.
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.
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 Diplomate||Retired Diplomate||Associate Member|
|ACVR Dues||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
|ACVR Meeting Registration Fee||Required||Not Required||Required|
|ACVR Meeting Attendance||Required, once every 3 years||Not Required||Not Required|
|Journal||Electronic version gratis; print with payment||Electronic version gratis; print version gratis (if desired)||Electronic version gratis; print version with payment|
|Requirements||Council Vote: Active Diplomates must apply in writing to Executive Director after 35 or more years as an Active Diplomate in good standing||Council Vote: Active or Distinguished Diplomates retired from practice or teaching of Veterinary Radiology must apply in writing to Executive Director||Membership 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/Priveleges||Same as Active Diplomate||Same as Active Diplomates, except may not vote, hold office, or serve on boards or committees||Same as Active Diplomates, except may not vote, hold office, or serve on boards or committees|