The European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR) is an official subspecialty society of the European Society of Radiology (ESR).
The European Society of Radiology (ESR) was founded in February 2005 by merging the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) and the European Association of Radiology (EAR), thus establishing a single house of radiology in Europe.
The idea was taken in order to strengthen and unify European radiology and to ensure competitiveness compared to other radiological events and institutions. Furthermore, the ESR will safeguard the general interests of European radiology.
The European Society of Radiology is an apolitical, non-profit organisation, dedicated to promoting and coordinating the scientific, philanthropic, intellectual and professional activities of Radiology in all European countries. The Society's mission at all times is to serve the health care needs of the general public through the support of science, teaching and research and the quality of service in the field of Radiology.
Here you will find current publications of ESR, composed in an effort to further radiologists' interest and improve radiology structure througout Europe. They address the most important issues of radiology today as for example education and teleradiology.
ESGAR is Member of United European Gastroenterology - UEG.
UEG is a professional non-profit organisation combining all the leading European societies concerned with digestive disease. UEG represents over 22,000 specialists, making it the most comprehensive organisation of its kind in the world, and a unique platform for collaboration and the exchange of knowledge.
UEG aims continually to improve standards of care in gastroenterology, and promote ever greater understanding of its field - among the public and medical experts alike.
The Abdominal Radiology Group Australia and New Zealand (ARGANZ) organisation is a not-for-profit group uniting radiologists from Australia and New Zealand with an interest in imaging and image guided treatment of patients with diseases of the abdomen.
ARGANZ presents an annual scientific meeting, which caters to all general and specialist practitioners in Abdominal Imaging.
The 11th ARGANZ Meeting is taking place March 8-10, 2019 at SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland, New Zealand. Registration is now open!
The keynote speakers are Assoc. Prof Koenraad Mortele, Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School and Chief of Abdominal Imaging, BID Medical Centre, Boston, USA who has a particular interest in imaging of the pancreas, the hepatobiliary system, GI tract, contrast agent safety and teaching. He will be joined by Asst. Prof Alessandro Furlan, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Chief of Body MRI, University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre, USA who is currently researching non-invasive diagnostic criteria of hepatocellular carcinoma and imaging of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and has a career long focus on imaging of liver diseases.
The ever popular pre meeting workshop will be running on Friday 8 March. Delegates will spend the day working through case reviews on liver, MRE and rectal topics.
As well as the international speakers, the faculty will include a strong Australasian faculty, including Dr Chris McKee, Dr Adrian Balasingam, Dr Mark Goodwin, Dr Helen Moore, Dr Bridgette Sutton, Dr Justin Hegarty and Dr Jessica Yang.
The highly successful SCHOOL of ARGANZ Breakfast Session will take place on Sunday 10 March, specifically targeted to trainees and giving them key points for exam preparation.
The Asian Society of Abdominal Radiology is dedicated to promoting and coordinating the scientific, intellectual and professional activities of radiology in all Asian countries. The society's mission is to serve the health care needs of the general public through the support of science, teaching and research and the quality of service in the field of Asian radiology.
For more information: www.abdominalradiology-asia.org
The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) started as a small group of 70 hepatologists from 15 European countries who came together to share best medical practice in April 1966.
50 years later EASL has evolved into a major European Association with international influence dedicated to the liver and liver disease.
The European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO), founded in 2001 to improve the care of patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in Europe, is now the largest forum for specialists in IBD in the world.
ECCO’s mission is to improve the care of patients with IBD in all its aspects through international guidelines for practice, education, research and collaboration in the area of IBD.
Dealing with digestive cancer as a multidisciplinary disease, the European Society of Digestive Oncology (ESDO) addresses a broad panel of different subspecialities and experts for the purpose of a real interdisciplinary discussion.
For more information visit www.esdo.eu
ESCP (European Society of Coloproctology) is dedicated to promoting and advancing the science, knowledge and practice of coloproctology in Europe. ESCP was formed in 2005 from a merger of EACP (European Association of Coloproctology) and ECCP (European Council of Coloproctology). It is registered in Scotland under the UK Companies Act 1985, as a company limited by guarantee with charitable status, and not having a share capital.
For more information www.escp.eu.com
European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR), as a non-profit society, is organised to promote interest in the advancement of urogenital imaging and intervention, and to stimulate the study of the normal and abnormal kidney, urinary tract and genital organs with emphasis upon the integration of roentgenology, ultrasonography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, nuclear medicine, and any new imaging techniques as well as research on contrast media.
For more information: www.esur.org
The purpose of the Society of Abdominal Radiology is - among others - to furnish leadership and to foster advances in diagnosis and intervention within the areas of gastrointestinal and genitourinary radiology; to afford a forum for the exchange of knowledge; to stimulate investigation and teaching in the methods of preventing and treating diseases within the abdomen and pelvis and to enhance the study and practice of abdominal radiology by establishing lectureships, scholarships, and foundations in abdominal radiology.
For more information: www.abdominalradiology.org
SAR 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting and Educational Course
March 17 - 22, 2019 • Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate • Orlando, Florida
2019 Program Highlights include:
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