27 March 2018
Sixteen international societies join British Institute of Radiology (BIR) scheme to share knowledge of imaging and radiation oncology worldwide
The BIR launches World Partner Network
The BIR has launched the BIR World Partner Network, a community of international societies with the shared goal of advancing the knowledge and understanding of imaging and radiation oncology amongst radiologists, radiographers and physicists across the world.
Participating societies are the Sociedad Argentina de Radiología, Federacion Argentina de Radiologia, Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy, Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging, Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists, Chinese Society of Radiology, Chinese Taipei Society of Radiology, German Röntgen Society, Hong Kong College of Radiologists, Indian Radiological and Imaging Association, International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists, Israel Radiological Society, Japanese Radiological Society, Russian Society of Radiology, Spanish Radiological Society and the Radiological Society of South Africa.
Members of each society will receive regular free online content that can be easily accessed by participants from devices worldwide. Examples include papers from BJR, the BIR’s flagship journal, webinars featuring the world’s leading practitioners and video content by global experts.
Andy Rogers, BIR President said “We are delighted that so many societies have chosen to join this partnership. We are pleased to share knowledge with fellow practitioners in countries across the world. Ultimately this will benefit patients everywhere.”
If your society would like to join our network please contact Carole Cross, Head of Membership & Communications. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3668 2224.
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Image: The BIR welcomes The Chinese Society of Radiology
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Dr Nan Hong, Dr Bin Song, Dr Yaning Wang, Simon Thompson (Chief Executive,BIR), Carole Cross (Head of Membership and Communications, BIR), Dr Nicholas Screaton (Vice President Publications, BIR), Andy Rogers (President, BIR), Professor Zhengyu Jin (President of the Chinese Society of Radiology).