International Society of Radiology (ISR)
Société internationale de radiologie
Sociedad Internacional de Radiologia
Internationale Gesellschaft für Radiologie
1953-07 Copenhagen Denmark
Jul 1953, Copenhagen (Denmark), at 7th S-XS0014 - International Congress of Radiology (ICR), in succession to H-XH3788 - Standing Committee for International Congresses of Medical Electrology and Radiology, set up 18 Sep 1912.
Contribute to coordination of progress in medical radiology; act as the continuing body between International Congresses of Radiology.
Events2020-10-01 | Muscat, Oman – Building bridges
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International Congress on Radiology (every 2 years); Executive Committee. and 10 members. National Board of Management, responsible for the next Congress. Standing Committees (3): C-XD2539 - International Commission on Radiological Education (ICRE); Program Planning Committee (PPC); International Commission on Radiological Quality and Safety (ICRQS), set up when U-XJ3361 - International Radiology Quality Network (IRQN) merged into ISR, 2013.
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