ECR 2022-Free registration for ESSO members

02/06/2022

After more than three years, the ESR will finally return to an onsite European Congress of Radiology 2022 taking place on July 13-17 in Vienna Austria. The team is excited to be reunited with colleagues and friends and enjoy all aspects of a congress that has been adapted to the modern times.

ECR 2022 will feature brand-new session formats. The congress will focus on multidisciplinarity and interactivity. Bridges will be built between radiologists, radiographers and their clinical, research and industry partners, as well as patients. You will learn from experts and from over 120 colleagues from various clinical disciplines how to add value to your practice and there will be numerous multidisciplinary sessions to attend.

As an ESSO member, you can benefit from a free registration!

If you are interested in attending ECR 2022 (online or onsite), please enter your contact details in the online form and the ESR registration department will contact you.

(This promotion is valid until 5 July 2022)

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The Congress program is available here. ESSO would like to bring your attention to two joint sessions:

1. E³ - Advanced Courses: The Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) - Response evaluation in breast cancer treatment: a multidisciplinary approach- jointly organised by the ESR and ESSO

14:00 - 15:30 CEST, 14 July

Session objectives:

  • To understand the surgical considerations for changing breast treatment from mastectomy to breast conservative surgery after NAC and reflect how imaging can help making treatment decisions in two patients with NAC.  

  • To know the strengths and weaknesses of imaging modalities with respect to response monitoring of breast cancer patients treated with neoadjuvant chemotherapy.

  • To learn about the most important studies on the early prediction of response to treatment and understand the clinical implications of the studies.

More session details are available here.

2. E³ 1019a - Rectal cancer: a multidisciplinary approach- jointly organised by the ESR, ESSO, and ESTRO

14:00 - 15:30 CEST, 14 July

Session objectives:

  • To understand which questions are clinically relevant.

  • To learn about the relevant MRI findings and their impact on treatment choice.

  • To learn about new treatment strategies, including organ preservation.

  • To understand the role of MRI for selection and follow up.

More session details are available here.

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