Once we discovered them, we have not missed another meeting and have literally seen the World with Dr. Crawford (Beatty) and many old friends, from New Zealand, China, Australia, Greece, Spain, Italy, Ireland, and more. The meetings are the high-lights of our year combining top quality CME and fabulous adventures. What other meetings have you serenaded by opera singers in the courtyard of an ancient castle, be led to the great hall in Stirling Castle by a military tattoo of bagpipers, walk the corridors of Queen Isabella's palace, hike along the Great Wall of China, seeing scantily clad bathing beauties (so I am told) at Bondi Beach, Sydney, boating up Millford Sound near Queensland, dine in the palatial home of a Sicilian Count and Countessa or take a rustic carriage ride in the highlands of Ireland.
One of the absolute highlights was the rare privilege of dinning in the State Hall of the secure and highly restricted government complex in Beijing where Nixon, Kissinger and Mao had their famous meeting. It was so unusual, the Chinese guides repeatedly mentioned their astonishment that they were actually taking us there. The Beijing Opera performed. One of life's incredible memories. Amazing, but not unusual with Radiology International.
You will never look at medical conferences the same way again.
Jon A. Muntz, M.D
Chairman of Radiology
Brooks Memorial Hospital