From the GO RAD website, you will find One Click, Open Access links to timely and topical articles from many of the world's leading radiology journals. GO RAD includes topics of general interest as well as subspecialty content. We also include articles of interest to radiological technologists, radiology nurses, and other allied health professionals with interest in radiology and related sciences.
The International Day of Radiology (IDoR) will be celebrated for the seventh time on November 8, this year focusing on cardiac imaging. Cardiac imaging is a fast-growing subspecialty of diagnostic radiology that plays a huge part in the assessment and management of heart patients throughout the world. Cardiac radiologists – the experts in charge – supervise or perform imaging examinations, using technology such as computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and then interpret the resulting images to diagnose and monitor a wide range of diseases of the heart.
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Monday, October 2, 2017 (ESR, Vienna). The International Day of Radiology (IDoR) will be celebrated for the sixth time on November 8, this year focusing on emergency radiology. As in previous years, more than 150 radiology-related professional societies from around the world will participate in the International Day of Radiology, holding a range of different events to celebrate, such as public lectures, department open days, national media appearances, and press events. Following on from recent themes such as paediatric imaging and breast imaging, this year the focus will be on radiology in emergency settings.
The 27th International Congress of Radiology, sponsored jointly and combined with the Sao Paulo Radiological Society 42nd annual meeting on 3-6 May of 2012 was a towering success for both societies, agreed ISR President Nicholas Gourtsoyiannis and Sao Paulo President Ricardo Emile Baaklini. It was the first combined and bilingual international organization for both societies.
Editorial: At the completion of my term of office, as ISR president, during the upcoming ICR 2012 at Sao Paolo, I would like to take the opportunity to briefly communicate and report to you once more, while expressing many great thanks to all of you, officers and members of our regional and national societies, for your support, the contribution and active participation in our programs.
Editorial: As president of the International Society of Radiology, my involvement in its activities and my awareness of its intentions and objectives have convinced me that the mission of the ISR is to encourage and stimulate the further development of practical educational efforts for radiologists and trainees.
Editorial: This year marks the expansion of some important features of the ISRs projects and educational good intentions. Those features include the third of our virtual congresses on our website, the conduct of the first session of the African Society of Radiology, the continuing cooperation of the ISR with medical radiation projects of the International Atomic Energy Agency, our GoRad feature to work with leading radiology journals and our hope to develop other educational projects.
Editorial: International Society of Radiology activities for the next two years will have the benefit of newly appointed committees relating to other international organizations and electronic educational presentations, said the newly installed president, Nicholas Gourtsoyiannis of Heraklion,Greece.
Editorial: This is my last column as ISR president in that my term ends in April at the time and place of our 2010 ICR in Shanghai. I want to thank all of you as officers and members of our national and continental societies for your encouragement and participation in our activities. Thanks to many of you, we have made considerable progress in our educational efforts in the electronic era...
ICR 2010 Program nearing completion - GO RAD access on ISR Website - Nominations set for 2010 ISR Officers - Presidential Comunication - Second Virtual Congress grants certificates - First African Congress - ISR joins Image Gently - IAEA mounts effort to record patient dose - Honk Kong seminar
Second Virtual Congress starts in April. Presidential message. ICR 2010 progressing toward sessions in Shanghai. Medical Radiation in USA expanded. IAEA publications on imaging technology. ICRP chooses new Secretary. European School of Radiology / European Society of Radiology. British Institute of Radiology Art in medicine exhibit.
Registration available for ICR 2010 in Shanghai. ICR 2012 set for Dubai. ISR Virtual Congress a Success. Presidential message. Second Pan Arab Radiology Congress. South Africa distributes tropical radiology. Fifth International Congress
Ringertz leads new ISR Officers. ICR 2008 in Morocco. President's message. ICR 2010 set for Shanghai. Tropical Radiology DVD available.
How to continue radiology program.
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President's Pen - Details to be completed in final weeks prior to ISR 2006.
Changes in Proposed Officer Slate .
Meeting between the
Presidents of the Radiological Societies
of Central America and the ISR ExComm.