2019 was a fantastic year for radiology and I would like to express my gratitude to all of you for contributing to our many achievements, including reaching more than 120,000 individual ESR members!
On behalf of the entire ESR team and myself, I wish you a happy holiday season and a successful New Year.
Prof. Lorenzo E. Derchi Chairman of the ESR Board of Directors
ECR 2020 Scientific Programme & Registration
Start planning your congress now! Lots of information about the ECR 2020 Scientific Programme is already online. Check out our preliminary programme packed with details of courses, sessions, workshops and symposia taking place in Vienna in March. Don’t forget to register online atmyESR.org/registration.
The EuroSafe Imaging Lounge at ECR 2020 will offer a dedicated place for networking and learning about radiation protection. There will be a total of 7 scientific sessions, 10 Coffee & Talk sessions, and an electronic poster exhibition. This year there is a focus on radiation protection for children.
Electronic Elections 2020 (voting period Jan. 14-27)
On January 14, 2020 all ESR full members will receive a personalised invitation from email@example.com to cast their vote in the ESR electronic elections. Visit the ESR website to learn more about the open positions and candidates running for election and the certified online voting software.
For participation in the electronic elections, all new membership applications for 2020 need to be finalised by December 31, 2019.
ESR supports new European Commission’s focus on health
The ESR welcomes the new European Commission, which took office on December 1, 2019 under the helm of Ursula von der Leyen, and its renewed push for healthcare on the EU policy agenda. The ESR looks forward to collaborating with the newly appointed Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides.
ESR statement on undergraduate teaching in radiology
One of the main goals of the ESR is to attract the best medical students to the discipline of radiology. Read more about ESR's recent statement on new approaches to undergraduate teaching in Radiology and spread the word about this article among your colleagues.