Women in Focus will provide a platform for a diverse range of speakers to share their inspiring experiences, offer constructive advice and debate the often-difficult issues surrounding gender and healthcare. Tackling issues such as female leadership, mentoring, the generational progression of women in medicine, and work in challenging environments, this series of sessions will explore and celebrate the crucial role that women play in healthcare on a daily basis, whilst offering advice and insights to all attendees.
With an interactive session style, including live audience polling and extended panel discussions, Women in Focus promises to be one of our most exciting events at the congress this year. The programme will take place on February 28 and March 1 and two special coffee breaks with live music and refreshments will take place after the first session of each day.
The Rising Stars Programme is designed especially for residents, students, radiographers and trainee radiographers.
EPOS™ is the ESR’s Electronic Presentation Online System; and the Voice of EPOS™ gives poster authors a platform to present their research in person at ECR. It features five stages with more than 140 sessions in various languages, and thereby promotes the scientific and professional exchange among experts from all over the world. Also this year, one of the stages will be exclusively dedicated to radiographers.
The ECR is recognised as the official annual scientific meeting in medical imaging for radiographers by both the European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) and the European Society of Radiology (ESR). ECR 2019 offers a comprehensive and perfectly tailored programme for radiographers in various stages of experience.
The ESR is happy to welcome more and more physicists to its annual meeting every year. ECR 2019 offers an extensive and custom-made programme for physicists, which was developed in collaboration with the European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics (EFOMP).