With big names in European and Brazilian Radiology, the ESOR AIMS Course will be held on August 25 and 26, at the Medical Association of Minas Gerais, in Belo Horizonte (MG). Registration is open by site http://www.cursoesor.com.br. The official language is English and there will be no simultaneous translation.
Result of a partnership signed years ago between the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging (CBR) and the European School of Radiology (ESOR), an educational institution linked to the European Society of Radiology (ESR), the event will have for the first time the theme Radiological Emergencies.
The national coordination of the course will be the responsibility of Dr. Luciana Costa Silva (MG), while the local coordination will be of Dr. Cibele Carvalho (MG), president of the Society of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging of Minas Gerais (SRMG) and director of CBR Professional Defense.
This year, unlike previous editions, the course will take place over two full days, with twelve lectures and twelve workshopsinstead of nine, and two classes from each European teacher instead of one. Considered the high point of the event, the workshops They will take place after the lectures and will divide the members into three groups of up to 40 participants to discuss daily clinical cases related to each theme.
The ESOR Course will be attended by doctors Ademar Paes Junior (SC), director of the Brazilian Association of Diagnostic Imaging Clinics (ABCDI) and specialist in Head and Neck; Conrado Cavalcanti (SP), Coordinator of the Diagnostic Imaging Accreditation Program (Padi) and Musculoskeletal Specialist; Dante Escuissato (PR), CBR's scientific director and specialist in the chest area; and Alice Brandão, specialist in Internal Medicine.
Renowned European speakers will also brighten the event. These are doctors Marc Zins (France), who works in the Hôpital Paris Saint Joseph and is member-at-large the European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (Esgar); Majda Thurnher (Croatian acting in Austria); Christian Lowe (Austria), Cardiovascular Radiology; and Maria Raissaki (Greece), a pediatric radiologist who will address trauma and traumatic and non-traumatic abdominal emergencies in children.
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