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 Link to this message Laurence Sutton  posted on Saturday, September 18, 2010 - 04:27 pm Edit Post Delete Post Print Post
Dear all the UKRC Web site is now open for abstract submissions for UKRC 2011.Consider topics such as image data sharing and data storage current and future issues. Order Comms. Future PACS. Teleradiology etc.

Submissions from all members of the RCR SIG welcome.
 Link to this message Laurence Sutton  posted on Saturday, October 23, 2010 - 09:59 am Edit Post Delete Post Print Post
Reminder: Call for papers. Dead line 13th December 2010 The UKRC 2011 Health Informatics stream welcomes all submissions from this group for oral presentations and posters.Judging from the debate that has taken place on this site over the last year there should be plenty of ideas!!!
Call for Papers

UK Radiological Congress 2010 is a major scientific which encompasses the medical, scientific, educational and management issues which are of interest and relevance to all those involved in the diverse fields of radiological sciences and oncology.

The Congress is the main radiological meeting in the UK, and is one of the premier European events in this field. It provides a stimulating and exciting forum in which to bring together clinicians, scientists, radiographers and technicians and other professionals to present and discuss the latest developments and challenges in diagnostic imaging, radiotherapy and allied radiological sciences.

Proffered papers are invited for oral, poster and e-poster presentations in all areas of clinical imaging, advances in technology, service delivery and imaging informatics. Successful abstracts will be published by the British Journal of Radiology.

Deadline for receipt of abstracts is 13 December 2010.

Lucy Nye

Business Development Co-ordinator
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