European Association of Radiology (EAR)

Association européenne de radiologie (AER)
Europäische Gesellschaft für Radiologie (EGR)

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Founded 15 Dec 1962, Strasbourg (France). Formally registered, 1964. 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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Provides continuous education in radiology in Eastern Europe; grants to Eastern European radiologists; awards 'Boris Rajewski' Medal. Working Groups (3): Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging; Functional Imaging; Radiation Protection. Organizes the 'European Congress of Radiology (ECR)', since 1999 annually in Vienna (Austria).


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  • Medicine
    • Diagnosis

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