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Oct 24 - 26, 2019 | CME 18.00 | EUR €530 | Antwerp, Antwerp
ESCR Annual Scientific Meeting 2019 is organized by The European Society of Cardiovascular Radiology (ESCR) and will be held from Oct 24 - 26, 2019 at Flanders Meeting & Convention Center Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. Accreditation: The Escr Annual Scientific Meeting 2019, Antwerp, Belgium, 24/10/2019-26/10/2019 Has Been Accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (Eaccme®) With 18 European CME Credits (Ecmec®s). Each Medical Specialist Should Claim Only Those Hours of Credit That He/she Actually Spent in the Educational Activity. Continuing Education Credits For Belgian Specialists they Have Secured 6 Points From the Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (Fanc/afcn). For the Riziv/inami, 21 Accreditation Points, Including 3 Ethics & Economy Points Have Been Requested and Are Currently in Their Last Stage of Acceptance. Description: Radiology has always been a rapidly evolving specialty, closely linked to technical innovations but also actively contributing to a better understanding of pathophysiological processes in a wide variety of diseases. This is actually especially true in the field of non-invasive cardiovascular imaging, where new techniques including e.g. parametric MR mapping for tissue characterisation, non-invasive CT-based fraction flow reserve calculations, and evolving insights in the evaluation and treatment of valvular heart disease with CT/MR are leading to improved diagnostic possibilities and better patient care. The current annual meeting will provide plenty of opportunities to learn the latest insights into cutting-edge clinical imaging applications, not only through lectures by respected speakers, but also through a variety of dedicated workshops on contemporary topics. Finally, the rise of artificial intelligence and big data is undeniable, with a growing impact on the workflow and position of the radiologist. Dedicated sessions will provide the necessary insights relevant to clinical practice. They are also very proud to, for the first time, provide special sessions co-organised by the new ESCR Young Club. This Young Club, introduced during the ESTI/ESCR 2018 meeting, constitutes the latest initiative of the ESCR to reach out to young members, giving them a platform for discussion and education. While the ESCR meeting remains an event covering the latest imaging insights, basic refresher courses will not be forgotten, delivered with the same high quality and attention to detail as you are used from the ESCR. Workshops: IMPORTANT NOTE: Attendance to one or more workshops requires an active/paid congress registration. An additional workshop fee amounts to 10,00€ per workshop. Due to the limited number of places, early booking is recommended. Please note that workshop tickets cannot be refunded and changes in regard to the workshop selection may only be considered upon availability. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 17 - 19, 2019 | EUR €559 | Antwerp, Antwerp
3rd International Oncology Leadership Conference is organized by Association of Cancer Executives (ACE) and will be held from Nov 17 - 19, 2019 at Hotel Julien, Antwerp, Belgium. Why Should You Attend? The International Oncology Leadership Conference (IOLC) brings together Oncology Administrators, Oncologists, Administrative Managers, Business Operations Managers, Chief Administrative Officers, Chief Nursing Officers, Clinical Administrators, Radiation Oncology Managers, Patient Navigators & Service Line Directors from all around the world to discuss best practices and current topics in the field. Here are few topics that were discussed at previous IOLC’s: • The United Nations of Oncology: How Sarah Cannon has brought together programs, people, processes and places to form a united front in the fight against cancer • Networking Opportunities and Pitfalls: A Tale of Four Cities • Clinical Trials and Recruitment • MD and Administrator Burnout • Patient Satisfactory and Delivery – Measuring Outcomes • Rethinking Fight against Cancer from a Determinants of Health Approach • Innovations in Technology • Personalized Medicine & Genomics • Innovations in Staffing • Regulatory Structures and Issues • Data Acquisitions • Global Health Populations • Cost of Care • Population Health • Oncology Service Line Management • Cancer treatment in the 21st Century • Tackling Access, Quality, and the Cost of Cancer Care Internationally • Clinical Research & Trials • Big Data to Better Cancer Care • Bending the Cost and Quality Curve – How Nations judge their Clinical Quality of Care • Economics of Cancer Care: Access to Budgetary Decisions and Negotiations related to Pharmaceutical Pricing • Precision data - bridging the gap between clinical and payer value in Value Based Healthcare Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.