"Tackle The Core" Nuclear Medicine Board Review Course 2018


Update: January 1, 2018

The 2018 "Tackle The Core" Nuclear Medicine Board Review Course for the Radiology Core Examination is now "Open" for registration.

We are currently offering the Course for:

- Small or Large Group Review Sessions or

- Private Review Sessions 

All Sessions include the "Tackle The Core" Review Course Materials and NRC/Radiation Safety Scenarios (see details of the previous review course listed below). Teaching materials and format are similar to those presented on the Core Examination. Date and time of sessions are flexible. Sessions may include distinguished guest faculty.

If you are interested in any of these review sessions, please feel free to contact Dr. Gerard at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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We are currently offering the "Tackle The Core" Nuclear Medicine Board Review Course" (formerly the Nuclear Medicine "Hot Seat" Course) which has been revamped and adapted for the "New" American Board of Radiology (ABR) Qualifying Core Examination for the upcoming June 2015 Exam. Our Previous Nuclear "Hot Seat" Course received a National and International attendance and was very successful for many years.  See Brochure and Application below.

Date of Course: April 20, 2015

The Nuclear Review Course is an intensive one day course scheduled from from 7 AM to 7 PM. Participants will utilize an audience participation system for active evaluation of cases. In addition there will be several prestigious guest lecturers as in previous years. We will be able to accomodate up to 120 registrants. Testimonials are available upon request from those who have taken the most recent core examination.


Download PDF brochure and application, by clicking PDF icon below: 

7th Annual Nuclear Medicine "Hot Seat" Course: April 9, 2012

All of the seats were filled at the Hot Seat Course 2012. There was a National presence of Radiology Residents at the course. There were 4 Practical NRC Review Sessions at the course. There were also reviews dedicated to the understanding and interpretation of Nuclear Cardiology studies, and reviews of Quality Control, Instrumentation and Artifacts in Nuclear Medicine.

6th Annual Nuclear Medicine "Hot Seat" Course: April 4, 2011

There were 120 residents that attended the "Hot Seat" course from around the United States.

The course included extensive case reviews, as well as in depth reviews of NRC regulations, Practical NRC review sessions and various case scenarios.

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