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World Image Congress - BIR takes place on February 24th and 25th

Event is free to BIR members

The World Imaging Congress (BIR) will take place between February 24th and 25th, in a fully online event. One of the main proposals is to guarantee access to a first-class education for the entire multidisciplinary community.

The event is free for BIR members. You first 30 subscribers gain free access to the Congress, just use the WPN30 code.

If you're not already a WPN member, you can join for just £15 (saving 50% off the standard WPN member rate). In this case, type the BIRWIC23 code.

As a member of BIR, you will have:
• Access to BJR
• Access to over 300 webinars and lectures on online learning library
• Opportunities to attend free live lectures
• CPD: 13 credits (RCR)

"Do more with less'

With the current global economic climate in mind, this year's theme - 'Do more with less', - intends to make its voice known everywhere, since the main objective is to offer the best service to patients with limited resources. The event is aimed at all professionals working in imaging and radiation oncology, radiologists, technicians and medical physicists.

The lineup is excellent and includes:

February, 24: Teleradiology / Mass Casualty - Trauma

February 25th: Imaging Across World Economies / Imaging Education and Training Across the World

Renowned speakers from around the world: Dr. Elizabeth Dick (Great Britain); Prof. Adrian Brady (Ireland); doctor Pushpraj Patel (India), Prof. Gerald Antoch (Germany); doctor Sanjay Jeganathan (Australia); Prof. Dorith Shaham (Israel); doctor Ebrahim Kader (South Africa); doctor Napapong Pongnapang (Thailand) and Prof. Shiyuan Liu (China).

The Brazilian College of Radiology and Image Diagnosis (CBR) will be represented at the World Imaging Congress. The Doctor. Rubens Chojniack, 1st Vice President of the CBR and Dr. Gilberto Szarf, a member of the entity's Thorax Commission, will participate in lectures and activities of the Congress, together with representatives of organizations that represent radiologists from different parts of the world.

On the first day of the event, February 24, Gilberto Zarf is part of the discussion panel “Key lessons learned by radiology from the COVID-19 pandemic”, at 10:30 am (7:30 am, Brasilia time), with experts on the subject. On the 25th, at 9:30 am (6:30 am, Brasilia time), Rubens Chojniack will give the lecture “Cancer imaging in Brazil — cost and facilities”. It is important to note that the event schedule follows London (GB) time.

CBR has worked to value Brazilian radiology and its professionals around the world, strengthening partnerships and taking its main names to major events. The partnership with BIR is historic and brings unique benefits to all members.

Go to full congress schedule, join BIR now and participate in this great event of the world radiological community.

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