GALEN Advanced Courses
AimThe GALEN Advanced Courses are focused on recent advances in radiological imaging, related to topics across cross-sectional imaging.
The courses are aimed at residents in their 4th and 5th year of training in radiology and recently board-certified radiologists.
Each programme is divided into lectures and interactive workshops, offered by an internationally renowned European faculty.
All programmes have been specifically designed with the trainee radiologist in mind and are meant to deal with subjects of practical importance; they have an interactive character to encourage informal and free communication between participants and lecturers.
Course programmeEach programme is divided into organ-oriented lecture series and interactive workshops, offered by an internationally renowned European faculty. All programmes have been specifically structured with the trainee radiologist in mind and are meant to deal with subjects of practical importance; they have an interactive character to encourage informal and free communication between participants and lecturers.
Every course is held in English and is accompanied by an online self-assessment test consisting of multiple-choice questions.
ESR/ESOR reserves the right to amend course programmes.
Advanced Courses are intended for residents in their 4th and 5th year of training in radiology and recently board-certified radiologists, who desire a comprehensive review of diagnostic radiology. Participants must be proficient in English. Furthermore, ESR membership fees for 2015 must be settled in advance. Further information about ESR membership is available at myESR.org/membership.RegistrationFor online registration please go to the relevant course.
There are different registration fees for residents and for board certified radiologists. Moreover, a special early fee is available until eight weeks prior to every course. Please go to the relevant course for the exact registration fees. It is possible to attend more than one course. As the number of participants per course is limited to 60, registrations will be considered on a first come, first served basis.
The registration fee includes lecture and workshop attendance, teaching material for the course (digital syllabus), coffee breaks and lunch as per programme.
Kindly note that the fee for residents applies to radiologists in training only. Resident registration must therefore be accompanied by a confirmation of this status, signed by the head of the department. Download
When making your travel arrangements, please make sure that you will be able to stay for the entire course.Terms of cancellationCancellation by the course organiser:
• In case the minimum number of participants has not been reached four weeks prior to the course, the organiser reserves the right to cancel the course. Registration fees will be refunded in full.
Cancellation by the participant:
• No refund from ESR/ESOR is possible in the event of cancellation or no-show by the participant. We recommend taking out the cancellation insurance offered by Europäische Reiseversicherung.
Terms and Conditions:
Please read through our terms and conditions before you book the course. Download
Hotel accommodationParticipants are responsible for their travel and hotel arrangements. Usually the ESOR Office pre-books a room contingent at the venue or nearby or suggests suitable hotels. Further information is available under the respective course information. Please book early in order to ensure availability.
CopyrightAll material supplied or used as part of an ESOR course is protected by copyright and remains the intellectual property of the speaker. This material is only for use by those participants who have attended an ESOR course; copying or use by others of such material is prohibited.
Videotaping and photography policyESR/ESOR does not allow any unauthorised videotaping or photography of any lectures or workshops.
About GALENGALEN (129-200 AD)
Galen was an ancient Greek physician whose teaching was influential all the way up to the Renaissance. His views dominated European medicine for over a thousand years and Galen’s work can be seen as building on the Hippocratic theories of the body.