ESHI – European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging
ESHI is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting and coordinating the scientific, philanthropic, intellectual and professional activities of hybrid medical imaging specialists and users. Thereby, ESHI is open to physicians, scientists, physicists, technologists or anybody else with a dedicated interest in hybrid imaging. The mission of ESHI is to serve the healthcare needs of the general public through the continuous support of hybrid medical imaging. This will entail society engagement in multi-level training and education, in setting and promoting high-quality standards of hybrid imaging, as well as in supporting science and research activities to further advance hybrid imaging, also in close collaboration with industrial partners.
Support ESHI and join the hybrid imaging community. For only EUR 10.00 you may become a member of the European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging! Just follow this link: ESHI 2016 Online Membership Application!
Is hybrid imaging more efficient than conventional methods? And what are the latest trends in hybrid imaging?
In an interview with MedicalExpo‘s e-magazine, ESHI President Dr. Katrine Riklund talked about the benefits and the future of hybrid imaging.
Read the full interview here.
Thomas Beyer on Europe’s newest society. Use the arrows to navigate between the two interviews.
Are you interested in further training in Hybrid Medical Imaging? Find educational courses here.
May 26-27, 2016; London/UK
Diagnostic criteria and staging principles for imaging of a variety of neoplasms in the fields of head and neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis will be presented. A particular focus will be on the application of the latest imaging techniques in oncologic imaging.
September 1-2, 2016, Vienna/Austria
An expert faculty will provide a series of lectures to update and expand the participants’ knowledge on new applications and state-of-the-art hybrid medical imaging of cancer.
October 29, 2016, Vienna/Austria
A foundation course on hybrid imaging to prepare/assist those entering examinations for the European Diploma in Radiology.