CONGRESS #ECR2017#ProgrammeTeam
  SOCIETY #ElectronicElections#NewJournal#EuroSafe#ECCO2017
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Get ready for the next ECR: we hope to see you in Vienna!
ECR Registration: Register for the congress now! Click here.

Scientific Programme: Take a look at the ECR Preliminary Programme here and the Voice of EPOS session programme here.

Travel & Accommodation Service: Arrange your travels via our new accommodation partner,, here.

EDiR@ECR: 300 candidates will take the examination! Application for the examination in Barcelona in July 2017 is open here.
ECR 2017 programme team
Many capable and committed people have devoted their time and energy to help create the ECR 2017 scientific and educational programme. Take a look at the Programme Planning Committee and the various subcommittee chairs in our ECR 2017 Programme team brochure.
Electronic Elections 2017
The voting period is open until January 29. Entitled to vote are all ESR Full Members who have settled their ESR membership fee for 2017 and provided their proof of profession by January 15. Read more here.
New year, new journal: European Radiology Experimental!
The submission system for our new journal, European Radiology Experimental is now open! Submit your articles here.

Check out more information on aims & scope of the journal, author instructions, and more on our website!
Be a Star for your Patients!
Find out if your facility has Star potential and apply online to join the EuroSafe Imaging Stars network of radiology departments committed to best practice in radiation protection.
ESR Programme at ECCO 2017
Check out the ESR Programme on Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases – The Role of Imaging at the ECCO 2017 congress here.

Registration for the ESR Society Day programme is free for ESR members!
25 years of European Radiology!
Last year we celebrated 25 years of our journal, European Radiology. Our Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Max Reiser from Munich, Germany, looks back at two-and-a-half decades of first-rate scientific research published in European Radiology. Read the editorial here.
Error and discrepancy in radiology (Insights Imaging)
This study examines if errors and discrepancies in radiology, estimated at a day-to-day rate of 3-5% of studies reported, are avoidable or inevitable. Read more here.
Breast cancer detection (Breast)
This systematic review compares the sensitivity and specificity of two non-operative pathological tests for breast cancer detection: fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) and core needle biopsy (CNB). Read more here.
The METastasis Reporting and Data System for Prostate Cancer guidelines (Eur Urol.)
The objective of this study was to design recommendations that promote standardisation and diminish variations in the acquisition, interpretation, and reporting of WB-MRI scans for use in all oncologic manifestations of advance prostate cancer. Read more here.
Molecular Imaging for oncology (JAMA Oncol.)
Molecular imaging can be used as a complementary approach to precision oncology, providing noninvasive and quantitative measures of the in vivo biology of the full disease burden. Read more here.

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