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ESR Patient Advisory Group publishes illustrated posters to help prepare patients for imaging examinations

Vienna, Austria – July 15, 2024 – The European Society of Radiology (ESR), is pleased to announce the publication of a series of innovative patient posters designed to convey essential information needed before, during, and after various imaging procedures. The project, ‘Image for Imaging’ was led by the society’s Patient Advisory Group (PAG), made up of patients, medical imaging professionals

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Invitation to participate in EC commissioned survey on Deployment of AI in Healthcare

Dear ESR Member,  The European Commission has mandated PwC EU Services to carry out a study on the Deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare and the ESR together with other stakeholders have been invited to respond to a questionnaire.  The aim of the study is to identify and assess the most prominent sector-specific challenges and the accelerators for the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI)

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ESR wins bid to launch EU Thematic Network on advancing precision medicine for cancer patients

Vienna, Austria – June 14, 2024 – The European Society of Radiology (ESR) is pleased to announce the launch of a new Thematic Network dedicated to advancing precision medicine for cancer patients in Europe through AI-powered imaging.  The network was launched following a successful proposal submission by the ESR and Cancer Image Europe (EUCAIM) on the EU Health Policy Platform. The bid was one of

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ESR successfully kicks off Escape Room Tour 2024 in Spain  

Vienna, June 19, 2024 – Building upon the resounding success of last year, the European Society of Radiology (ESR) is thrilled to announce the continuation of the Escape Room Tour, captivating participants at multiple esteemed radiology congresses across Europe.  Operated by the Young Radiologists organisation from Charité Berlin and generously supported by Siemens Healthineers, the ESR Escape Room promises a

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Boris Brkljacic elected member of the Academia Europaea

Boris Brkljacic, former Chair of the ESR Board of Directors, has been inducted as a member of the prestigious Academia Europaea. Founded in 1988, the Academia Europaea is dedicated to promoting excellence in scholarship across various disciplines. Membership is granted through peer nomination, confirmation of scholarly eminence and finally by confirmation by the by the Council of the Academia. Prof.

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European Commission adopts recommendations on clinical audits of medical radiological practices

We are delighted to announce that on April 18, the European Commission adopted recommendations regarding clinical audits of medical radiological practices. These recommendations outline precise measures and best practices for establishing and sustaining a national audit system in radiology, radiotherapy, and nuclear medicine. The recommendations are the culmination of  collaborative efforts between various stakeholders, including the ESR co-led QuADRANT project,

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Cancer Workforce Utilization and Availability Surveys

Commission Overview Cancer has been described as the “silent pandemic,” with an estimated 27.5 million cases and over 16 million deaths projected to occur by 2040.  About 70% of the new cases of cancer are expected to appear in low- to middle-income countries (LMICs), where unique challenges to addressing this simmering crisis exist. Recognizing that this disease has no geographic,

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New joint stakeholder statement on the implementation of the European Health Data Space

The ESR has joined a large multistakeholder group, representing 36 organisations across healthcare, in issuing a new statement on the European Health Data Space (EHDS). Setting out a list of key recommendations for the implementation phase, this statement aims to address some of the remaining challenges in the draft regulation. The recommendations cover the following issues: Read the full statement

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Application to join pool of volunteers for IAEA’s Rays of Hope Initiative for Enhanced Cancer Management

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has invited the ESR to join their efforts to advance cancer management through the IAEA Rays of Hope (RoH) initiative by supporting RoH Anchor Centres. RoH aims to assist resource challenged countries in establishing or expanding their capacities in radiotherapy, radiology, and nuclear medicine. RoH Anchor Centres will train fellows; organise training courses for healthcare providers; participate

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EUCAIM launches open call for new consortium beneficiaries

The European Federation of CAncer IMages (EUCAIM) has launched an open call for new beneficiaries to join its consortium. This open call is geared towards incorporating new data into the EUCAIM platform and training, benchmarking, and validating AI algorithms for cancer imaging.  By joining the consortium, beneficiaries will help contribute to EUCAIM’s mission to create a pan-European digital infrastructure for cancer-related

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Become A Member Today!

You will have access to a wide range of benefits that can help you advance your career and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the field of radiology. These benefits include access to educational resources, networking opportunities with other professionals in the field, opportunities to participate in research projects and clinical trials, and access to the latest technologies and techniques. 

Check out our different membership options.

If you don’t find a fitting membership send us an email here.

Membership

for radiologists, radiology residents, professionals of allied sciences (including radiographers/radiological technologists, nuclear medicine physicians, medical physicists, and data scientists) & professionals of allied sciences in training residing within the boundaries of Europe

  • Reduced registration fees for ECR 1
  • Reduced fees for the European School of Radiology (ESOR) 2
  • Option to participate in the European Diploma. 3
  • Free electronic access to the journal European Radiology 
  • Content e-mails for all ESR journals4
  • Updates on offers & events through our newsletters
  • Exclusive access to the ESR feed in Juisci

€ 11 /year

Yes! That is less than €1 per month.

Free membership

for radiologists, radiology residents or professionals of allied sciences engaged in practice, teaching or research residing outside Europe as well as individual qualified professionals with an interest in radiology and medical imaging who do not fulfil individual or all requirements for any other ESR membership category & former full members who have retired from all clinical practice
  • Reduced registration fees for ECR 1
  • Option to participate in the European Diploma. 3
  • Free electronic access to the journal European Radiology
  • Content e-mails for all ESR journals 4
  • Updates on offers & events through our newsletters
  • Exclusive access to the ESR feed in Juisci

€ 0

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ESR Friends

For students, company representatives or hospital managers etc.

  • Content e-mails for all 3 ESR journals 4
  • Updates on offers & events through our newsletters

€ 0

Friendship doesn’t cost a thing.

The membership type best fitting for you will be selected automatically during the application process.

Footnotes:

01

Reduced registration fees for ECR 2025:
Provided that ESR 2024 membership is activated and approved by August 31, 2024.

02
Not all activities included
03
Examination based on the ESR European Training Curriculum (radiologists or radiology residents).
04
European Radiology, Insights into Imaging, European Radiology Experimental.