The 2018/2019 calendar of the latest BSCMR Events can be found here.
Preliminary Program of the main 14th BSCMR Meeting 2019 may be accessed here.
Preliminary Program of the Level 1 CMR course offered the day before the 14th BSCMR Meeting 2019 may be accessed here.
Submit your abstracts here before January 18th and compete for the BSCMR 2019 Young Investigator Award.
Registration and payment options for the meeting are as follows:
Non-members (please click here).
Take advantage of the Early Bird and save £20!
(ends Friday 11th January 2019 @ 5pm)
Level 1 course in CMR
Member = £100
Non-member = £150
Annual Meeting (member)
Consultant = £140
Trainee = £100
Radiographer, AHP, student = £80
Annual Meeting (non-member)
Consultant = £180
Trainee = £140
Radiographer, AHP, student = £120
Register both days (member)
Consultant = £210
Trainee = £190
Radiographer, AHP, student = £170
Register both days (non-member)
Consultant = £320
Trainee = £280
Radiographer, AHP, student = £260
Note that spaces are limited and will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis.
It our honour and pleasure to welcome you at the ESCR 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting, this time taking place in the city of Antwerp, Belgium.
As always, this event constitutes the most important meeting for non-invasive cardiac and cardiovascular radiologists in Europe, bringing together colleagues from all over the world to share their knowledge and experience in a friendly atmosphere.
Radiology has always been a rapidly evolving specialty, closely linked to technical innovations but also actively contributing to a better understanding of pathophysiological processes in a wide variety of diseases. This is actually especially true in the field of non-invasive cardiovascular imaging, where new techniques including e.g. parametric MR mapping for tissue characterisation, non-invasive CT-based fraction flow reserve calculations, and evolving insights in the evaluation and treatment of valvular heart disease with CT/MR are leading to improved diagnostic possibilities and better patient care. The current annual meeting will provide plenty of opportunities to learn the latest insights into cutting-edge clinical imaging applications, not only through lectures by respected speakers, but also through a variety of dedicated workshops on contemporary topics. Finally, the rise of artificial intelligence and big data is undeniable, with a growing impact on the workflow and position of the radiologist. Dedicated sessions will provide the necessary insights relevant to clinical practice.