World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day is a global event taking place every year on February 4, uniting the world’s population in the fight against cancer. It aims to help save millions of preventable deaths each year by raising awareness and education about the disease, and pressing governments and individuals across the world to take action.

The ESR is proud to be a member of the European CanCer Organisation (ECCO) and is committed to promoting training and research in the field and working towards better outcomes for cancer patients. With an ESR Executive Council member sitting on the ECCO board, the ESR is also privileged to play an active role in shaping cancer policy in Europe via the organisation's lobbying activities with the EU.

Read on below to find out about our resources and activities related to oncologic imaging, or visit worldcancerday.org to learn about this year’s World Cancer Day.

Professionals and trainees with a special interest in oncologic imaging should also consider joining the ESR-founded European Society of Oncologic Imaging (ESOI). For more information, please visit esoi-society.org

Oncologic Imaging Education

Want to brush up your knowledge in the field of oncologic imaging? We have several resources to help you:

 

 

Education on Demand

The ESR’s eLearning platform contains a wide range of modules focusing on oncologic imaging, at various training levels.

Education on Demand

EoD

 


ECR Online

Almost 400 lectures related to oncologic imaging were recorded at the European Congress of Radiology last March, and are available to watch free of charge on our streaming platform ECR Online. Simple tick the ‘oncologic imaging’ box in the filter menu to view them all.

ECR Online

 

 

EPOS

The largest database of radiological posters, containing nearly 30,000 posters from top radiological meetings, including more than 9,000 tagged with the topic ‘cancer’.

EPOS

Research

 

 

 

Find out all about the ESR’s work in the field of research, including links to recent papers and the ESR-founded European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research.

Research