European Society of Radiology looks back on successful International Day of Radiology 2017
The International Day of Radiology (IDOR) was celebrated for the sixth time on November 8, this year focusing on emergency radiology, and was joined by individual supporters and more than 160 radiology-related professional societies all around the world.
The new IDOR book ‘HELP – Emergency Medical Imaging’ is available on the website as downloadable pdf. Under the editorial leadership of Professor Robert F. Dondelinger from Liège, Belgium, 42 authors from all over the world contributed to the book. In addition, 30 interviews with emergency radiology experts from different countries, conducted by the ESR, have been published on the IDOR webpage.
To bring the IDOR 2017 main topic emergency radiology to the public’s attention, the ESR has created a mini website acting as an online emergency room to show examples of emergency cases, with images and explanations of how radiologists’ expertise comes into play.
ECR 2018 – Abstract Submission Figures
The ECR keeps on growing! Thanks to all of your submissions, ECR abstract submission reached an all-time high this year! A record 7,198 abstracts were submitted and a stunning increase of almost 20% in submitted papers puts the ECR above the previously unreached 3,000 papers mark.
ECR 2018 Online Registration
Our online registration tool for ECR 2018 is open! Register now to benefit from reduced fees until December 14.
ECR 2018 Scientific Programme – available now
ECR 2018 - Breaking news from the EBR
The EBR is thrilled to announce that accepted candidates to the EDiR during ECR 2018 will receive free admission to the congress. Apply now and benefit from free registration for ECR 2018!
ECR 2018 Abstract Submission
Abstract submission for our Case-Based Diagnosis Training Interlude is possible until December 12.
EuroSafe Imaging Stars
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. The EuroSafe Imaging Stars initiative promotes quality and safety in medical imaging and gives greater visibility to radiation protection efforts.
IAEA Regional Workshop
The ESR co-organised an IAEA Regional Workshop on Justification and Appropriate Use of Imaging, in Zagreb (Croatia) from 26-28 October, 2017.
ESOR One Year Fellowships 2018—2019: Application starts now
The ESOR One Year Fellowships offer qualified radiologists (recently board certified) a unique opportunity to enter competitive, thematic, structured and certified proper fellowships at major renowned European reference centres.
During 2018/2019, fellowships on Abdominal Imaging, Breast Imaging, Cardiac MRI, Chest Radiology, Imaging of Biomarkers in Cancer, Interventional Neuroradiology, Interventional Radiology, Neuroradiology/Head- and Neck Radiology and Paediatric Radiology will be offered.
The application period for the fellowship year 2018/2019 opened on November 1, 2017 and will close on January 20, 2018.
ESOR ASKLEPIOS Course on Hepato-Bilio-Pancreatic Imaging Biomarkers, December 11–12, 2017; Valencia (Spain)
This course aims to familiarise fourth and fifth year radiology residents and board-certified radiologists with cutting-edge clinical and quantitative imaging technology. It addresses the definition and development of imaging biomarkers in clinical practice, focusing on the multivariate and multiparametric analysis of liver tumours, diffuse liver diseases and bilio-pancreatic conditions. It also covers clinical needs, technical solutions and practical implementation aspects as well as the main biases in validating and reporting imaging biomarkers
How to write a strong research paper
Many scientific manuscripts submitted for publication present fundamental preparation mistakes, which lead to rejection. The authors of this paper aim to deliver a guide to transform a manuscript into a well-organised piece of writing that effectively communicates a hypothesis-driven scientific study. (Eur Radiol)
Reviewing studies using advanced MRI techniques
By reviewing published studies that use new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), this review sets out to assess the value of new MRI techniques in cervical cancer. (Insights Imaging)
Measuring DNA damage in EVAR operators
This study seeks to measure DNA damage and repair markers, induced by radiation in operators performing endovascular aortic repair (EVAR). (Circulation)
The effectiveness of low-dose CT in diagnosing appendicitis
Computed tomography (CT) is arguably carcinogenic and several studies have advocated lowering the CT radiation dose in the diagnosis of appendicitis. The effectiveness of low-dose CT compared to standard-dose CT in the diagnosis of appendicitis is assessed in this paper. (Lancet)
Reviewing prostate cancer visualisation
This study reviews the value of molecular imaging methods and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for prostate tumour visualisation. (JAMA Oncol)