European Association of Radiology (EAR)
Association européenne de radiologie (AER)
Europäische Gesellschaft für Radiologie (EGR)
EURORAD Database: http://www.eurorad.org/
1962-12-15 Strasbourg France
Formally registered, 1964. European Working Group on Management in Radiology (EWGMR), founded in 1994, became a subcommittee of the EAR Professional Organisation Committee.
D-XM1543 - European Society of Radiology (ESR), founded Dec 2005, took over activities in 2007.
Promote and coordinate efforts of radiologists in European countries so as to: further progress of radiology and related sciences; contribute to informing members about radiology; maintain the unity of radiology; help realize, in the different countries, by coordinating and adjusting teaching and examination programmes, an equivalence in training as regards radiologists and others working in radiology departments; help establish and promote good relations between radiologists and professional, other scientific and industrial organizations; represent European radiological interests to public authorities, e g European Community/European Union and national governments.
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General Assembly (every year, at Congress); Executive Bureau, consisting of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary-General, Committee Chairmen (Education; Research; Professional Organization; Subspecialties), ECR Chairman, National Members Representative and European Radiology Representative.
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