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Visiting Professor Program 2015

This tool of the CIR seeks to support the radiological education in member countries through the facilitation of distinguished professors that lecture at courses and conferences, besides carrying out direct educational work with local radiologists and residents. These activities are coordinated by their Society. Teachers and dates for this year are already established.

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SDR board unveiled its goals for 2015

Dr. Luis Campos, President of the Dominican Society of Radiology, gives details on the upcoming academic activities and announces the main tasks that have been proposed for the coming months, including reviewing the statutes and continue the process of recertification of CIR, together with the Dominican Council of Radiology.

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Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of RSNA

During the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Society, the 2015 RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting will take place Nov. 29 to Dec. 4 at McCormick Place, Chicago.

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2nd Update Course CIR 2015

Here you’ll find information on the details of this event that will take place from 6 to 8 June this year. The scientific program aims to meet the needs of residents, general radiologists and sub specialists, and focuses on four major areas of Radiology: Body CT, neuroradiology, musculoskeletal and breast images.

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SIRCAI: DIAR Diploma 2015

Within the framework of the 2nd Update Course of the CIR, which will be held in June this year in Cancun, he first assessment will be carried out in order to obtain the DIAR Diploma.

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Positive balance: 10th Regional Latin American Congress IRPA on Radiological Protection and Safety

CIR was present at the event held in Buenos Aires, actively participating in the workshop "Culture of radiological protection in medicine" and in the plenary session on radiological protection in medicine.

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Meet the new CIR web portal

This year, the Inter-American College of Radiology has opened its web site with a friendlier design and a thematic organization aimed to facilitate access to the different contents of this on-line space.

In addition to permanent sections, institutional information, benefits, publications, education and scientific events, the new portal also has a space oriented to current events, where partners can be updated of the main innovations driven in different areas of development.

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Benefits of belonging to CIR

With the aim of improving the institutional and professional quality in radiology, CIR offers its members a range of possibilities, including the right to choose and be chosen for the different committees, and thus develop scientific and corporate professional skills.

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Interesting cases on Facebook - closure case 2014 #3

Periodically, we publish cases of clinical and radiological interest in CIR’s Facebook page with images and videos. You can participate by adding your diagnoses and observations as comments in each of the cases. This closes with the final diagnosis, a summary of the findings and recommended reading to complement the content.

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Become a friend of CIR on Facebook

News, events and activities promoted by CIR are published here; in addition you can share our posts and commenting on them.

Become a friend of CIR and you can access this information from your mobile phone.

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New books of the Advances series: Imaging Diagnostics

These texts were published by the Inter-American College of Radiology and Journal editions.

Editors: Miguel Stoopen y Ricardo García Mónaco
Editor guest:
Karla Moënne
Editores: Miguel Stoopen y Ricardo García Mónaco
Guest editors: Kenji Kimura Fujikami y
Byanka Pozzo Salvatierra.

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Virtual Magazine on Radiology

The latest issue of the Virtual Magazine of Radiology is now available on the web site of the CIR. We invite you to check out this new publication that includes the best articles published by radiological magazines from different countries of the region.

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The history corner

Yuji Itai

This Japanese radiologist (Tokyo, October 26, 1941 - Tokyo, January 19, 2003) is considered one of the most outstanding gastrointestinal radiologists in the world, who mainly focused on the study of hemodynamics and liver diseases.

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They are addressed to CIR members who belong to other countries and who do not live in the country hosting the event. Requests should be sent to the CIR administration office: cir.admin@servimed.com.mx.

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GO RAD is a new program developed by the international society of Radiology in global scope. GO RAD is a new global outreach program developed by the International Society of Radiology. Its purpose is to achieve advanced radiology education throughout a global radiology community by adding current and practical radiology literature with content that is targeted and addressed to the developing nations and populations with scarce resources.

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