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Conference Registration
General Terms and Conditions



The submission of your registration is regarded as a firm booking and acceptance of these terms and conditions. 

However, the booking will not be confirmed until full payment has been received. Payment in full must be received at time of registration and no later than 30 days prior to the date the conference begins. In the event that full payment is not received by then, the delegate will be refused entry to the conference. We accept payment by credit card, check, PayPal and bank wire transfer. Please note that all transfer charges must be met by the sender. 



The personal information supplied in connection with this booking will be held by Radiology International, Inc. as a record of attendees and parties expressing interest. By registering for this conference the parties concerned are agreeing that the conference organizers may use that personal information to contact them by email, direct mail, telephone or fax, in order to supply information relevant to this conference, or about other conferences, events, and opportunities that the organizers are planning and feel may be of interest to them. The organizers may also share this information with its partners and event sponsors in order for them to contact the delegates about other products and services which may be of interest to the delegates. If you do not want your details to be used in this way, please contact Radiology International, Inc. by letter or email to confirm this. 




  3.1. Any Delegate wishing to cancel their booking must notify Radiology International, Inc. in writing. 

  • Cancellation charges will apply as follows: 

  • Up to 110 days prior to the start of the event: $350.00 USD of the Delegate fee plus any applicable bank transfer fee incurred by Radiology International, Inc. 

  • Within 110 days prior to the start of the event: 100% of the Delegate fee 

  • Non-arrivals are liable for 100% of the Delegate fee 


  3.2. In the unlikely event of the program being cancelled by the organizer, a full refund will be made. Liability will be limited to the amount of

  the fee paid by the delegate and there will not be any additional liability to Radiology International, Inc., event hosts or any other individual

  associated with the event organization. 

  3.3. In the event that the conference cannot be held or is postponed due to events beyond the control of the conference organizers (Force

  Majeure) or due to events which are not attributable to wrongful intent or gross negligence of the conference organizers, liability will be

  limited to the amount of the fee paid by the Delegate and there will not be any additional liability to Radiology International, Inc.,event hosts

  or any other individual associated with the event organization. Under these circumstances, the conference organizers reserve the right to

  refund the fees paid less a 25% administrative fee plus any bank transfer fee incurred. 



Substitutions may be made at any time. If you wish to substitute a delegate, you must notify Radiology International, Inc. in writing at the earliest opportunity and at least 48 hours before the event begins. 

Radiology International, Inc. Limited - Registered in England & Wales No: 8845671 


Tel: (001) 860-344-7090 



Radiology International, Inc. reserves the right to make alterations to the conference program, venue and timings at any time. In the event of it being found necessary, for whatever reason, that the conference is being postponed or the dates being changed, the organizers shall not be liable for any expenditure, damage or loss incurred by the delegate. If by re-arrangement or postponement the event can take place, the booking between the delegate and the organizers shall remain in force and will be subject to the cancellation schedule above. 




Views expressed by speakers, sponsors and/or exhibitors are their own. Radiology International, Inc. cannot accept liability for any advice given, or views expressed, by any speaker, sponsor and/or exhibitor at the conference or in any material provided to delegates. In addition, Radiology International, Inc. shall not be responsible or liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any sort incurred as the result of the services or information provided in connection with the event. 



It is the responsibility of the Delegate to arrange appropriate insurance cover in connection with their attendance at the conference. Radiology International, Inc. cannot be held liable for any loss, liability or damage to personal property. 



For promotional purposes, photos and video recordings will be taken during the conference. Delegates who do not wish to be filmed or recorded should advise the organizers in writing prior to the event. 



The conference and associated Radiology International, Inc. websites may link to other websites and networking tools provided for the convenience of the users. The contents of these websites are maintained by their owners, for which Radiology International, Inc. takes no responsibility. Neither can responsibility be taken for contents of any website linking to this website. 



It is the sole responsibility of the Attendee to obtain any applicable required travel Visa. Attendees who require an entry Visa must allow sufficient time for the application procedure. Attendees should contact the nearest Embassy or Consulate to determine the appropriate timing of their Visa applications. 




We reserve the right at any time to change, amend, add or remove any of the above terms without prior notice if one or more of the conditions outlined in these Terms & Conditions should be or become invalid, the remaining conditions will continue to be valid and apply. These Terms & Conditions apply to all participants of this event, including speakers, sponsors and exhibitors.

Responsibility and Tax


Under the 1986 Tax reform Bill, travel expenses and other costs of attending a convention or seminar for professional, trade or business purposes will remain tax deductible. This provision includes deductibility for attendance at CME congresses. See Article 142, sec (b) and (2) of Tax Reform Act 1986. In addition, we suggest that you contact your tax advisor. 



Responsibility Clause: Radiology International, Inc. and/or its agents, in accepting bookings for this conference clearly stipulate that they are not liable for the faults or defaults of other companies and persons that may be used in the carrying out conference services; for accidents, baggage losses, delays, or cancellations; strikes, political unrest, riots and acts of God and war; and change in airline schedules in the event it becomes necessary or advisable for the comfort and well-being of passengers, or for any reason whatsoever, to alter the itinerary or arrangements, such alterations may be made without penalty to the operator. 


Additional expenses, if any, shall be borne by the passengers. The airlines concerned are not to be held responsible for any acts, omissions or events during the time the passengers are not on board. The passage contract in use by the airline companies concerned constitutes the sole contract between the company and purchaser of this conference package and/or passengers. The issuance and acceptance of receipt tickets along with making the initial deposit shall be deemed consent and acceptance of foregoing terms and conditions. 

Privacy Policy

  • 1979: Killarney, Ireland 

  • 1980: Killarney, Ireland 

  • 1981: Stratford-upon-Avon, England

  • 1982: Queenstown and Christchurch, New Zealand

  • 1983: Baden-Baden, Germany

  • 1984: Edinburgh and Gleneagles, Scotland

  • 1985: Madeira and Lisbon, Portugal

  • 1986: Salzburg, Austria

  • 1987: Harrogate, Yorkshire, England

  • 1988: Killarney, Ireland

  • 1989: Ischia, Italy

  • 1990: Eastbourne, England and Brussels, Belgium

  • 1991: Parknasilla, County Kerry, Ireland

  • 1992: Edinburgh and St. Andrews, Scotland

  • 1993: Biarritz, France

  • 1994: St. Moritz, Switzerland 

  • 1995: Fiuggi, Italy

  • 1996: Bamberg, Germany

  • 1997: Cooperstown and Lake George, New York

  • 1998: Santiago de Campostela and Madrid, Spain

  • 1999: Sydney, Australia 

  • 2000: Amman, Jordan

  • 2000: Killarney and Dublin, Ireland

  • 2001: Parma and Stresa, Italy

  • 2002: Killarney, Ireland

  • 2002: Biarritz, France

  • 2003: Parma and Stresa, Italy

  • 2003: St. Andrews and Edinburgh, Scotland

  • 2004: Killarney and Dublin, Ireland

  • 2004: Seville, Spain

  • 2005: Auckland and Queenstown, New Zealand

  • 2005: Baden-Baden, Germany

  • 2006: Beijing and Shanghai, China

  • 2006: Fiuggi, Italy

  • 2007: Sydney, Australia

  • 2007: Killarney, Ireland

  • 2007: Dubrovnik, Croatia 

  • 2008: Prague, Czech Republic and Vienna, Austria 

  • 2008: Biarritz, France

  • 2009: Elounda, Crete and Athens, Greece

  • 2009: Barcelona, Spain

  • 2010: Berlin, Germany 

  • 2010: Taormina and Palermo, Sicily, Italy

  • 2011: Marrakech, Morocco

  • 2011: Istanbul, Turkey

  • 2012: Siem Reap, Cambodia

  • 2012: Valencia, Spain

  • 2013: Venice, Italy 

  • 2013: St. Petersburg, Russia

  • 2014: Salzburg, Austria 

  • 2014: Strasbourg, France 

  • 2015: Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland

  • 2015: Marseille, France

  • 2016: Xi'An and Shanghai, China 

  • 2016: Porto and Lisbon, Portugal 

  • 2017: Venice, Italy

  • 2017: Biarritz, France & San Sabastian, Spain

  • 2018: Marbella, Spain

  • 2018: Lake Como, Italy 

  • 2019: Gleneagles, Scotland 

  • 2019: Cape Town, South Africa 

  • 2020-2021: Postponed due to COVID

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Previous Conferences

Just a little feedback from our attendees...

"Istanbul was my 1st meeting of Radiology International. It was one of the best I had so far. Some of the lecture were really outstanding. Of course some of the speakers are very well known in the world of radiology, but also the other referents were very good. The combination of excellent lectures and free time is very attractive, so my wife also came to Istanbul. BP. Switzerland"


"We are home and had a wonderful time. I thought that the conference was great and we really liked Marrakech, the scenic tours and the hotel. JZ, MD, Pennsylvania" 


"I honestly thought it was the best conference I have been to in a long time. I have to say that I was very hesitant about going to this because of the bombing but kudos to you for telling us about it. I love the USB pen with the lectures, that was great. The lectures were better than anyone you have ever had. Of course you could have an all star team with your best people from each tour put them together and it would have blown anyone out of the water but the people you had here were the best mix I have ever seen. Really better than any conference I have ever been to. MW, MD. Pennsylvania" 


Wonderful trip, experience and meeting. JF, MD, California 

"One million thanks to you and your wonderful staff for another excellent congress. I am forever grateful for the opportunity that you gave me to exchange information with colleagues from all around the world. It was great to participate as a member of your faculty. Thank you, thank you, thank you." 

"Marrakech in a word was beautiful...the country, the people, the hotel, the food, the experiences. I made many new friends and have created a 'Radiology International congress family.' Warmest regards and see you in Turkey." TS, MD, Texas 


"Great meeting and fascinating location. The Moroccan people were extremely accommodating and friendly. Thanks to you and your associates for a wonderful experience." HW, MD, Florida 


"We discovered Radiology International many years ago after seeing a promotion for the Parma and Stresa meeting in Italy. We attended on a lark after focusing all my CME activities in the past in stateside venues. Denise Mora (a dear person by any standard), from Globe Travel made all the arrangements and we were greeted in the Milano airport and promptly taken to the conference hotel in Parma. What struck me first was the unexpected delight of Parma. It would not have been high on my list of Italian "must sees", but we found the historic city rich in heritage, historic sites and a wonderful ambience. It was a wonderful surprise. I know now that Dr. Crawford selects sites only after considerable personal research and site visits."

"The "welcome dinner" was a shocker. Wonderful little Italian restaurant with fabulous food and freely flowing local wine. Hardly the ubiquitous buffet with chicken. We sat at long communal tables and were entertained by local musicians. Truly a night to remember. New friends met and many of these friendships last to this day."


"One of the features, we find most enjoyable is the opportunity to meet radiologists World-wide, develop friendships with colleagues and gain professional insights. What is unique to Radiology International, is that the presenters also attend all the functions and you have the opportunity to socialize with radiologists of international stature who have contributed to our field in very significant ways. Many names are instantly recognized, their books line our shelves. Where else can you chat over wine with the likes of Dr. Anne Osborn and others. Of key importance is the top quality of the presentations, focusing on practical material for the working radiologist. These are serious meetings with much to be learned."

"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 dining 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."


Thank you Henry of Sanditz Travel for your heroic efforts to preserve the WORLD'S BEST MEDICAL MEETING. Beatty's legacy should live on. Nadine and company will do a great job. You have many loyal and enthusiastic supporters. 


You will never look at medical conferences the same way again. 

Jon A. Muntz, M.D 

Chairman of Radiology 

Brooks Memorial Hospital 

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