Please note that NO CME credits will be granted for watching content on ECR ONLINE.
CME credits can only be claimed on-site by registered ECR 2018 participants.
The E³ programme consists of five branches, which reflect the different levels of education:
Rising Stars Programme,
European Diploma Prep Sessions,
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge,
ECR Academies and
ECR Master Classes.
Level I content is aimed at residents in their first years of training, Level II for the end of training and general radiologists. Level III sessions are aimed at radiologists on subspecialisation level and training.
New this year on four different stages, 107 sessions grouped into organ-based topics as well as languages and regions. Three stages are within the ECR Online & EPOS Lounge; the fourth stage in the Radiographers Lounge in Foyer K is especially dedicated to radiographers.
Mass casualties (PC 4), How can radiologists expand their role in peripheral vascular intervention? (PC 9), Closing the gap between education and clinical practice for radiographers (PC 13) and Artificial intelligence and big data in medical imaging (PC 15)
The machines are coming: how will they change our future? (NH 5), Immunotherapy: a revolution in cancer care? (NH 9), Radiomics: what is it and how can we use it? (NH 12) and The new horizon for radiology (NH 14)
This year’s joint course of the ESR and the RSNA is about Sports Imaging (TC 28).
The programme offers 52 sessions dedicated to radiographers and radiographers-in-training.
The Rising Stars programme offers 6 Basic Sessions, 3 ESR-ESOR Sessions, 4 Student Sessions, 3 Basic Sessions for Radiographers, 2 RTF Sessions and the Case-Based Diagnosis Training.