Be part of the Next Generation of Radiology
Are you ready to showcase your research to the global radiology community at ECR 2024? Seize the opportunity to share your groundbreaking findings with a diverse audience of fellow researchers, luminaries, and pioneers in the field of radiology. Your insights could shape the future of medical imaging and patient care! Find out everything you need to know about the presentation formats and submission process, and check out our tips for writing your abstract.
Apply for one of the available support programmes: Invest in the Youth – for radiologists in training and Shape your Skills – for radiographers (radiological technologists). Find out more here →
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Electronic Presentation Online System
EPOS™ is the European Society of Radiology’s online database for electronic scientific exhibits. Since its inception in 2003 – which was visionary for its time – many thousand posters have been submitted to EPOS™, where they are permanently available – completely free of charge.
Browse posters here →
Case-based Diagnosis Training
ECR 2024 will see the return of the popular session for general radiologists and residents at the end of their training looking for a simple update on subjects outside of their usual field.
Your time to shine.
Awards are available for different presentation formats. The awarded participants will be invited to an award ceremony, and further details will be communicated via email.
Frequently Asked Questions
New registration: as soon as you create an account, your ESR Personal ID will be sent to your account’s email address. You can sign up for an account by clicking here.
Existing account: You can obtain your ESR Personal ID and account information via the “Reset Password” link on the submission front page. You will receive a “reset password link” via email and will then be able to reset your password accordingly.
If you do not receive the email, please check your spam folder. If you suspect that the email address stored in your account is wrong or outdated, please do not create a new account but contact us at [email protected] to have it changed.
More information can be found on the ESR website. Please click here for the respective sections:
- Abstract Submission
- Support programmes: Invest in the Youth , Shape your Skills
- Young ECR: Student Abstracts
All abstracts have to be written in English.
Once you are logged in, the system will provide step-by-step information guiding you through the submission process:
Step 1: Create a new abstract
Step 2: Enter title, topic and the preferred presentation format
Step 3: Apply for support programmes (if applicable)
Step 4: Complete the author block and fill in the disclosures
Step 5: Fill in the body (text) of the abstract
Step 6: Enter keywords related to your abstract
Step 7: Complete all affirmations
Step 6: Preview the summary and submit your abstract
During submission, you can choose from the following abstract types:
- Oral Presentation
- Poster Presentation (EPOSTM, EuroSafe Imaging)
- Student Presentation (oral)
The Programme Planning Committee will select the best suitable final presentation format for each accepted abstract. This will be communicated together with the decision notification in December.
The upload of up to 10 images is possible for poster presentations. Other abstract types are not eligible for image upload.
The abstract body is limited to 280 words.
No. The submission of duplicate abstracts will lead to the immediate rejection of the abstract(s) involved.
You can edit your abstract online until you click the “Submit” button.
If you wish to edit (or withdraw) your abstract after submission, you will have to contact [email protected].
The abstract submission deadline was October 15, 2023 (23:59 CET).
Notifications of acceptance/rejection will be emailed to the presenting author in December.
If your abstract is accepted, you will receive a notification of acceptance by email in December. This will also include login details and further instructions for the poster upload.
Medical students could submit abstracts by indicating their preferred presentation format, which already included the dedicated student topic. Abstract submission is now closed.