Radiology International, Inc. has been organizing radiology conferences worldwide since 1979. We have an enviable reputation for our ability to combine a superb scientific program with unique social functions. This enables you, as a radiologist, not only to learn about the latest practical advances in radiology but also gives you and your family the opportunity to experience the history and culture of the countries which we visit.
We do hope that you can join us in one of the exciting destinations we are planning to visit which include: Crete, Greece; Lyon, France; Killarney, Ireland and Kyoto, Japan.
Future Conference Locations
Our Aims Are To:
Focus on cutting edge practical radiology that you can use in every day practice. We include MRI, PET, mammography, ultrasound and MDCT. Most of our meetings offer 30.0 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 5 hours of ABR approved SAM credits. All accreditation is secured by Essential CME Inc.
Offer social functions and scenic tours which are carefully selected to interest and include your accompanying family and friends. These do not clash with the scientific sessions which finish by 2.00pm each day.
Encourage mutual cooperation and friendship among radiologists of different nationalities.
Invite leaders in their field to lecture: over the past thirty-nine years we have had speakers such as Drs. Anne Osborn, Carl Fuhrman, John Feller, Suhny Abbara, John Leyendecker, Paula Woodward, Suresh Mukherji, Elizabeth Rafferty and many other leaders in their field.
Visit places that you may never have the chance to do so on your own, such as banquets in royal palaces and receptions in castles and stately homes.
Make a special effort to tailor programs to the needs of the discerning traveler, focusing on exclusive destinations such as Xi'an, Shanghai, Marrakech, Angkor Wat, Jordan, Istanbul and Queenstown, New Zealand. For details of the locations which we have visited since 1979, please click here.
The Radiology International Team is always in attendance at every conference in order to give personal
attention to registrants and those who accompany them.
With thanks to:
Canadian Association of Radiologists
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists