As part of its mission to advance radiology and promote the professional careers of its members, the ESR publishes a range of high-quality journals and publications that offer valuable insights, research findings, and developments in the field. Reading these publications will keep you at the forefront of radiology advancements, ensuring you stay ahead in the field.
The ESR’s flagship journal with an impact factor of 5.9 updates scientific knowledge by publishing the latest clinical research in all fields of medical imaging. Online access is included in the ESR membership – just login to the MyUserArea and go to „European Radiology“.
The ESR’s gold open access journal is dedicated to critical science and reviews that advance the practice of radiology and has an impact factor of 4.7.
The youngest member of the ESR journal family, providing a forum for basic scientific discoveries, novel approaches and techniques in experimental settings and has an impact factor of 3.8.
Eurorad is the largest database for peer-reviewed radiological case reports, operated by the European Society of Radiology and your best way to learn! Eurorad serves as an educational tool with the purpose of providing a learning environment for radiologists, radiology residents, and students worldwide.
ESR Statements and Recommendations
Here, you can access up-to-date ESR statements and recommendations. Feel free to explore the archive for previous releases.
Resident education in radiology in Europe including entrustable professional activities: results of an ESR survey
Insights Imaging (2023) DOI: 10.1186/s13244-023-01489-4
European survey on the use of patient contact shielding during radiological examinations
Insights Imaging (2023) DOI: 10.1186/s13244-023-01452-3
QuADRANT: a study on uptake and implementation of clinical audit of medical radiological procedures in Europe—expert recommendations for improvement, endorsed by the ESR
Insights Imaging (2023) DOI: 10.1186/s13244-023-01416-7
Check out the Albert L. Baert Editorial Fellowship that aims to provide training in editorial skills and the European Radiology Review Fellowships for up to 10 candidates that are trained as reviewers for our flagship journal European Radiology.