Scholarships/Grants


AHRA Annual Meeting Scholarship

We understand that educational and travel funding is more difficult to obtain. Many of our members tell us that all such funding has been eliminated. Recognizing this, AHRA and the AHRA Education Foundation, working with our valued corporate partners, established the AHRA Annual Meeting Scholarship. These scholarships provided complete meeting registration and hotel accommodations to AHRA members who have previously attended the Annual Meeting but have no employer funding to attend this year’s meeting.
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AHRAEF Education Waiver Scholarship

The scholarship provides complete meeting registration and hotel accommodation for one AHRA conference to an AHRA member who is currently unemployed. The education waiver provides an unemployed member the opportunity to connect with colleagues, find employment leads, and continue professional development in medical imaging management. The scholarship is open to existing AHRA members who are currently unemployed and actively seeking employment in medical imaging management.
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Broadley Scholarship

This program is intended to provide assistance to current AHRA members who hold a supervisory position within a medical imaging department or imaging center and have been accepted into an initial undergraduate or initial graduate degree program relevant to a supervisory career in the medical imaging field. See application form for complete eligibility requirements.
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CRA Exam Scholarship

The CRA Exam Scholarship provides opportunities for AHRA members who might not otherwise be able to afford the registration fees associated with the test to take the CRA exam. The CRA Exam Scholarship will cover exam fees and application fees (when applicable). The exam fees will be paid by the AHRA Education Foundation. Scholarship will not cover late fees, change fees, or international test administration fees.
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Ed Yoder Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually, it provides opportunities for five AHRA members to participate in the virtual Fall Conference by covering the registration fees. The Ed Yoder Memorial Scholarship was created to honor the commitment Ed made to fostering leadership in medical imaging. Ed Yoder, CRA, FAHRA, was a loyal AHRA member and deeply involved with the organization's growth. He devoted years to volunteering his time and expertise with the intent of elevating the profession and grooming future administrators.
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Osborn Scholarship

The Osborn Scholarships provides opportunities for AHRA members, who might not otherwise be able to attend, to participate in AHRA's Annual Meeting & Exposition, Spring Conference, or Fall Conference. Osborn Scholarships offer the recipient up to $1500 for the Annual Meeting and up to $1200 for the Spring or Fall Conference to support hotel, meal, air, and other travel-related expenses incurred while attending the meeting. The AHRA Education Foundation will pay conference registration fees in addition to the scholarship funds awarded.
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Putting Patients First Program

The AHRA & Toshiba Putting Patients First Program seeks to improve pediatric and adult patient care and safety in diagnostic imaging through an innovative grant-making program. The AHRA & Toshiba Putting Patients First Program will provide seven grants annually to fund programs, training or seminars aimed at improving pediatric or adult patient care and safety within diagnostic imaging. The programs funded by these grants will be used to create a best-practices tool to share with other hospitals and institutions. Six grants of up to $7,500 are available to be awarded to single-site hospitals and imaging centers. One grant of up to $20,000 is available to be awarded to an Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) or hospital system.
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Partners in Learning Program

The Partners in Learning program invites AHRA members at any stage of professional development to spend a few days at another healthcare facility. Learn how others manage day- to-day operations and important issues, such as patient safety, equipment, and staffing. A grant up to $1,200 per person is available to cover travel, hotel, and meal expenses in accordance within the policies of the AHRA Education Foundation.
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