Conferences & Events

 

Sept
23 - 25

The Westin & Sheraton Kansas City Hotels at Crown Center
Kansas City, MO

 

Our 2019 Fall Radiology & Imaging Conference will give you the opportunity to:

Network with your peers: Hospital Radiology & Imaging Directors from America’s most prestigious hospitals, imaging centers and health systems. Expand your industry intelligence with cutting-edge, accredited educational sessions. Discover innovative solutions for your department by participating in our Reverse Expo sessions along with the nation's leading suppliers. To top it all off, all of the conference activities – even networking and entertainment – are included with your registration and offered at no cost to you or your facility.

September
25

Education Center at Eastern AHEC Greenville, NC

 

IWhether you are a high school student who dreams of being a healthcare provider or have been a practicing professional for years, you need access to a source for reliable, relevant resources throughout your entire career. At Eastern AHEC, we fill that need. We bridge healthcare and education in eastern NC by being an advanced resource for healthcare providers, from student to expert.

October
3 - 5

Budapest Congress Center & Novotel Budapest City
Budapest, Hungary

 

It is our great pleasure to invite you to our Annual Meeting, which will take place in Budapest, Hungary, from October 3-5, 2019.

As in the past years, our meeting will be preceded by our special Breast MRI course. This year’s meeting is organized in collaboration with the Hungarian Society of Radiology, Section of Breast Imaging, with active participation of Hungarian pathologists, breast surgeons, medical oncologists and radiation oncologists.

October
5 - 6

Imaging Informatics Summit
Washington, DC

 

Experience a hands-on, interactive event for artificial intelligence (AI) in health care. Join other radiology providers, practice leaders, vendors and policy makers as they explore new and innovative strategies for implementing AI in your practice.

October
12 - 13

Great Wolf Lodge
Traverse City, MI

 

Please join us this October 12th and 13th as we host the 3rd Bi-Annual "UpNorth" conference at the Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City. Content is designed to appeal to all MRS members including diagnostic radiologists,  interventional radiologists, radiation oncologists, fellows, residents, nuclear medicine physicians and medical physicists. This year the conference will focus on artificial intelligence and head and neck cancer.

October
11 - 14

Palais des congrès
Paris, France

 

The Francophone Journées de Radiologie (JFR) will take place  from 11 to 14 October 2019  at the Palais des Congrès in Paris.

JFRs always generate meetings and debates and are an opportunity to update our knowledge. This is a special moment, friendly and open to the world.

Radiology is changing rapidly. The medical image is becoming more and more easily accessible, more and more precise, and interventional radiology continues to grow. We are involved in all stages of the care journey: screening, diagnosis, therapeutic follow-up, targeted treatments, ethical decisions to stop care, etc. All the technological advances raise questions of a medical nature, but also human and societal.

October
16 - 18

World Trade Center
Boston, MA

 

The Connected Health Conference is the largest gathering of visionaries and change makers focused exclusively on connected health. Join us to see the practical technologies that empower and improve health for people, patients, and consumers. Hosted by the Personal Connected Health Alliance (a HIMSS Innovation Company) in partnership with Partners HealthCare, the Connected Health Conference convenes the resources necessary to drive systemic transformation and unleash the full power of connected health technology.

November
1 - 3

Westin Chicago
Chicago, IL

 

The Chicago Breast & Lymphedema Symposium will identify, discuss, and demonstrate complex breast reconstruction and lymphedema therapies within the framework of creating and maintaining multidisciplinary relationships. The standard of care for breast cancer and for lymphedema span multiple disciplines, including surgical oncology, plastic surgery, medical and radiation oncology, breast radiology, as well as rehabilitation. Outcomes are optimized for patients when multidisciplinary care is well-coordinated. Symposium faculty will illustrate concrete examples of successful patient care through coordinated intervention by breaking down individual procedures and analyzing steps in patient care. Faculty will also discuss technique and challenges encountered in various surgical procedures. Following the symposium, participants will be able to differentiate when to use various breast reconstruction and lymphedema procedures as well as how to facilitate new relationships across disciplines and professions to promote improved patient outcome.

December
1 - 5

McCormick Place
Chicago, IL

 

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is a non-profit organization with over 54,000 members from 136 countries around the world.

We provide high-quality educational resources, including continuing education credits toward physicians’ certification maintenance, host the world’s largest radiology conference and publish two top peer-reviewed journals: Radiology and RadioGraphics.

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