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Abstract Submission    |    Invest in the Youth    |    Shape your Skills    |    Online Registration    |    Scientific Programme
ECR 2018 Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission for ECR 2018 for Scientific Papers and Electronic Posters (EPOS) will be possible until October 10. The deadline to submit an abstract for Clinical Trials in Radiology is November 20.

ECR 2018 Invest in the Youth

1,000 young professionals in training (radiology residents, medical physicists enrolled in a doctoral (PhD) programme, and radiographers in training) will receive free registration for ECR 2018 and up to 4 nights of accommodation in Vienna.
Applicants must be ESR members for 2017 and submit an abstract.
Click here for more information.

ECR 2018 Shape your Skills

Radiographers who are in their first 5 years of practice have the chance to register for free for ECR 2018 and receive up to 2 nights of accommodation thanks to our new support programme Shape your Skills. Find out more.

ECR 2018 Online Registration

Our online registration tool for ECR 2018 is now open! Be among the first to register and benefit from the reduced early fee. Find more information here!

ECR 2018 Scientific Programme – available now!

Start planning your congress! Lots of information about the ECR 2018 Scientific Programme is now online, including our Interactive Programme Planner packed with details of courses, sessions, workshops and symposia taking place in Vienna in March.
MoU ESR – EORTC    |    Insights into Imaging    |    Value-Based Radiology Paper    |    'Tips & Tricks' now accredited    |    ESR – IAEA Cooperation    |    'Clinical Decision Support' webinar    |    DIAM
Renewal of Memorandum of Understanding ESR – EORTC

The ESR is pleased to announce that we have renewed our Memorandum of Understanding with the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC). The main areas of cooperation include the organisation of joint sessions at the ECR and the increased involvement of radiologists in multicentre trials through the ESR’s European Imaging Biomarkers Alliance – EIBALL.

Insights into Imaging – Call for submissions

Insights into Imaging is the ESR’s gold open access journal dedicated to original articles, reviews, opinions and statements from leading European radiological societies. Take a look at the I3 website and read all its articles here!

Keep in mind that for ESR Members, Article Processing Charges for accepted articles in Insights into Imaging and European Radiology Experimental are covered.

Value-Based Radiology Paper

The ESR announces the publication of its concept paper on Value-Based Radiology in Insights into Imaging. Read the paper and join the discussion on Value-Based Radiology here.

'Tips & Tricks' now accredited

We are proud that the EuroSafe Imaging Tips & Tricks presentations about interventional radiology, CT and paediatric imaging from 2016 have recently been accredited by the Austrian Medical Chamber. Check them out here, and test your knowledge about the 2016 editions on the ESR eLearning platform to earn 2 e-CME points.

ESR – IAEA Cooperation

The ESR is working with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to broaden the impact of its educational activities. Read about recent ESOR and EuroSafe Imaging events organised with the IAEA here.

EuroSafe Imaging webinar – 'Clinical Decision Support'

The ESR and EuroSafe Imaging are pleased to announce another free webinar organised together with the IAEA. It is scheduled for November 2, 2017, at 15:00 (CET). Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about Clinical Decision Support! Find out more here!

Digital Imaging Adoption Model (DIAM)

More than 45 hospitals from 15 countries have already joined DIAM, an initiative developed by the ESR and HIMSS to provide guidance in the digitisation of imaging in radiology departments. There are a number of benefits for participants, such as decision support for radiology departments’ IT strategy and benchmarking on different levels. Join DIAM and get your benefits.
ESOR    |    EDiR

ESOR Symposium on Imaging Hallmarks of Cancer, October 26 –27, 2017; Lisbon/Portugal
This course will give an overview on acquiring knowledge on cutting-edge methods to diagnose, treat and manage cancer patients. A renowned multidisciplinary faculty will provide the delegates with a blend of basic science and the most recent developments in computational, functional and molecular imaging techniques as well as in the rapidly evolving field of Interventional Oncology. Please click here for more information.

ESOR ASKLEPIOS Course on Women's Imaging, December 7-8, 2017; Bratislava/Slovakia
This course is aimed at senior residents, board-certified radiologists and fellows interested in women’s imaging. It is articulated on imaging strategies for breast and pelvic pathologies with a special focus on the latest cross-sectional imaging techniques in the detection and staging of breast, cervical and ovarian malignancies. Internationally renowned European experts ensure a high quality-teaching programme combining lectures and interactive case discussions. Read more here.

European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR)

Don’t miss the opportunity to take the EDiR exam during ECR 2018! The examination date is set for February 27 and the online application will open October 2 on the EBR website.
Please note that residents in their fifth year of national radiology training will have the opportunity to take the EDiR. Candidates must have training- and supervised practical experience of at least four years at the time of the application.
A glimpse into the future of radiology    |    An overview of liver segmentation    |     Advanced imaging techniques and liver disease    |    Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm management guidelines under revision    |    Coronary Artery Calcium and its prognostic value
A glimpse into the future of radiology

The next decade will see changes in the practice of medical imaging and image-guided therapies. The authors of this article analyse the areas where IT transformation is likely to have an effect upon. Read the complete article here. (Eur Radiol.)

An overview of liver segmentation

The authors of this article aim to deliver to radiologists and other healthcare professionals an accessible overview of liver segmentation to assess the liver volume. Read further here. (Insights Imaging)

Advanced imaging techniques and liver disease

This review article focuses on advances in imaging techniques which reduce the need for liver biopsies to diagnose liver diseases. Find out more here. (NEJM)

Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm management guidelines under revision

Following a consensus symposium in the frame of the meeting of the International Association of Pancreatology, the working group carried out a minor revision and update of the guidelines regarding the prediction of invasive carcinoma and high-grade dysplasia, surveillance, and postoperative follow-up of intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm. Read further here. (Pancreatology)

Coronary Artery Calcium and its prognostic value

This research article focuses on the value of coronary artery calcium (CAC) as a predictor of future major adverse atherosclerotic cardiovascular events in the frame of the Prospective Multicenter Imaging Study for Evaluation of Chest Pain (PROMISE) study. Find out more here. (Circulation)
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