International Day of Radiology 2014
The ESR has launched a Thunderclap campaign for the International Day of Radiology. Thunderclap is a tool for amplifying a message on social media. By joining the thunderclap, you will share the same message at the same time as everyone else who has joined, which gives the message much more prominence and priority on social media feeds than individual, scattered posts. To sign up, you just need go to the IDoR Thunderclap page (https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/18203-international-day-of-radiology), choose whether you want to support via your Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr account (no Facebook pages though) and give Thunderclap permission to post automatically (just once) on your behalf. On November 8 (13:00 CET) the IDoR message will be automatically posted from your social media account at the same time as all other supporters. However, Thunderclap is an all-or-nothing campaign, which means that we need at least 100 supporters to sign up by 13:00 CET on November 8 in order for the message to actually be sent out, so any and all support is welcome. The more supporters we get, the more likely it is for the message to reach out beyond radiologists and into the wider public.
So please sign up and spread the word!
Some more news regarding the IDoR 2014:
- Participating societies have reached a record high with more than 120 societies from all over the world taking part.
- We have produced two new publications, 'The Story of Radiology Volume 3' and a book on brain imaging.
- We have conducted numerous interviews with experts from all over Europe and South America, which can now be found online.
28th International Congress of Radiology - ICR 2014
International Commission on Radiological Quality and Safety
In the 2013 International Radiology Quality Network (IRQN) annual meeting, a proposal from the International Society of Radiology (ISR) for the Network to become a Standing Committee of the ISR was discussed. A supporting motion was met with unanimous agreement.
Prof Hassen Gharbi new President of WFMUB
Prof Gharbi, a member of the ExCom of ISR, stepped up to the presidency of the World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, at the very successfull WFUMB Congress held together with the JPR in Sao Paulo, Brazil, from 2 - 5 May. We wish him all the best, and look forward to increasing collaboration between our Societies.
Dr Jan Labuscagne
2014 Combined Scientific Meeting
Coming STAR programs
STAR program in St Petersburg, Russia - October 10 and 11, 2014.
The faculty consists of Gorka Bastarika, Spain; Philippe Grenier, France; Andrey Mishchenko, Russia; Vyacheslav Ratnikov, Russia; Hans Ringertz, Sweden and Tatiana Trofimova, Russia.
For more information contact your local Bayer Pharma or Siemens representative.
Paradigms in Leadership and Innovation Data Sheet!
RADIOLOGICAL SAFETY AND QUALITY
Radiological Safety and Quality - Paradigms in Leadership and Innovation is a multidisciplinary and inter-sectorial collaboration by international experts and leaders from academic institutions, radiology practices,professional organizations, regulatory authorities, UN and international agencies. Established principles and new concepts, challenges and opportunities, and examplesof leadership and innovations are discussed to raise awareness, share experience and facilitate development of facility-based or system-wide improvements in radiation safety, quality radiology and patient care by procedure justification, optimization of protection and imaging data and incident minimization.
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1ST, 2nd and 3rd ISR Virtual Congress - Avaliable in our Virtual Campus
Another wonderfull success! More than 3,200 participants registered in the 3rd. Congress.
During the ISR Virtual Congresses, there are Refresher Courses given by internationally renowned radiologists, Radiological Cases, Electronic Posters and Discusion Forums.
All contents of the three Congresses can be viewed anytime you want!
Registration is free!
NEW ISR Educational Global Outreach Effort
GO RAD: Global Outreach Radiology
GO RAD is a new global outreach program developed by the International Society of Radiology. The purpose is to reach out to and advance radiology education throughout a global radiology community by aggregating current, practical, radiology literature with content targeted and dedicated to developing nations and underserved populations.
Each month you will find open (free) access to a growing collection of selected, current, practical, radiology articles, courtesy of the ISR and some of the world's most prestigious radiology journals. We sincerely hope that you find this effort of great value. Please tell your colleagues!
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