Given the available clinical evidence and the political momentum behind the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, the European Society of Radiology (ESR), COCIR and Lung Cancer Europe (LuCE) are hosting a webinar entitled “How can Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan drive implementation of lung cancer screening programmes across Europe” on 4 November. Clinical experts, industry, and patient advocates will discuss, on the occasion of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, what steps should be undertaken to develop and implement lung cancer screening programmes in Europe.
Please click below to access the agenda and register to join the webinar.
In line with the European Commission’s ambition to draw up the ‘Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan’ to support cancer prevention and care, the European Society of Radiology (ESR), the European Respiratory Society (ERS) and Lung Cancer Europe (LuCE) are hosting a breakfast roundtable on Wednesday, 6 November at the European Parliament to discuss lung cancer’s role in this plan. The meeting will address measures required to improve research, early detection, screening and treatment to strengthen our approach at every stage of the disease. Please find more details here about the agenda, registration and location.
The Global Summit on Radiological Quality and Safety (GSRQS) was conceived and developed by the European Society of Radiology (ESR) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) to provide a robust exchange of ideas, concerns and potential solutions to quality and safety issues in diagnostic radiology. It has been held biannually since 2013 bringing together experts from multiple organisations worldwide for a two-day summit dedicated to advancing the practice of diagnostic radiology.
The ESR Action Plan for Medical Imaging was launched at the European Parliament in Brussels on November 4, 2014 at an event hosted by Elisabeth Morin-Chartier, Quaestor of the European Parliament.
This roundtable event hosted by Biljana Borzan, MEP, on 'The role of Radiology/Imaging in Personalised Medicine: How to provide the right prevention and treatment to the right patient at the right time?' was held at the European Parliament, Brussels on October 15, 2013. It provided an insight into the crucial role of imaging in the era of personalised medicine, frequently undervalued by policy makers, and showcased the potential and needs of imaging research with regard to multi-disciplinary European collaboration in the context of Horizon 2020 in order to benefit Europe’s patients and to address the current societal challenges.