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Publications by the UEMS Radiology Section:

 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD), the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®), and European CME Credit (ECMEC®)

 

EUROPEAN TRAINING CURRICULUM IN RADIOLOGY

 

Please download in the attachments below the last version of the European Training Curriculum for Radiology (revised March 2016).

 

 

EACCME materials (see attachments below)

 

The UEMS-EACCME® began its activities in January 2000 with the mutual recognition of accreditation of EU-wide and international CME-CPD activities for live educational events through the awarding of European CME credits (ECMECs) to individual medical specialists, allowing the recognition and exchange of CME credits between all European countries.

In April 2009 the UEMS-EACCME® launched the accreditation of e-learning materials. By e-learning is meant the delivery of CME-CPD by methods including: recorded audio, recorded visual, recorded on Compact Disc (CD), recorded on Digital Versatile Disc (DVD), available on Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), available online via an educational website, or any mixture of the preceding.

The UEMS-EACCME® sets itself as the central link between the National Accreditation Authorities (NAAs), the UEMS Specialist Sections and Boards (S&Bs), the European Specialty Accreditation Boards (ESABs) and the Providers of CME activities.

The UEMS-EACCME® has mutual recognition agreements with the American Medical Association (AMA) for live events and e-learning materials and with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada for live events only.

 

 

ACI - ACCREDITATION COUNCIL IN IMAGING (see attachments below)

 

Facts and figures - Terms and Conditions


 

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF RADIOLOGY 2017

 

Each year since 2012, as a part of its celebration of the International Day of Radiology (IDoR), the European Society of Radiology has brought together several professional medical societies to create a special book to demonstrate the dedication, hard work and special skills of a particular radiological topic.

This year the International Day of Radiology (November 8) is dedicated to Emergency radiology.


For additional information on IoR publications, please visit:

http://www.internationaldayofradiology.com

 

EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY

 

European Radiology - founded in 1991 -  is owned by the European Society of Radiology (ESR). With the support of nearly 70,000 ESR members worldwide, and of Springer Nature, one of the biggest publishing houses in science, the journal is one of the most read publications in its field, with over 620,000 article downloads in 2016 from an international audience.

Prof. Yves Menu from Paris is the new Editor-in-Chief.

 

Link: http://www.myesr.org/publications/european-radiology

 

European Radiology Experimental

 

European Radiology Experimental is the new open access journal launched by the European Society of Radiology. Its mission is to adhere to the multidisciplinary paradigm of the 21st century, fostering a strong connection between radiology in the experimental setting and basic science.

Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Francesco Sardanelli

 

https://eurradiolexp.springeropen.com/about

 

 

GO RAD

 

GO RAD is a new global outreach program developed by the International Society of Radiology. Through agreements with these cooperating major radiology journals, the GO RAD platform provides immediate open access to a limited amount of otherwise restricted access content, providing an electronic link back to the original on-line article, at the time of first publication.

 

Link: http://isradiology.org/gorad/buscador.php?t=3&IdRevista=118


 

 

 

 



Documents

pdfEACCME Criteria Live Educational Events.pdf
pdfEACCME List Accredited Materials.pdf
pdfEACCME CRITERIA for the Accreditation of e-learning materials.pdf
pdfACI facts and figures.pdf
pdfACI_Terms_and_Conditions.pdf
pdfEuropean Training Curriculum March_2016.pdf

Last updated: Friday, July 21, 2017