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Diagnostic and Interventional Breast Ultrasound Course

February 27-28, 2017
Vienna/Austria

 

 

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI), we would like to cordially invite you to a new introduced course, the EUSOBI Diagnostic and Interventional Breast Ultrasound Course. The course will take place in Vienna, Austria, from February 27-28, 2017.

Over the course of 2 days, European experts in breast ultrasound will:

  • provide up-to-date reviews on the use of breast ultrasound to detect, differentiate and stage benign and malignant breast lesions;
  • emphasise the basic principles of interpreting and reporting breast ultrasound examinations;
  • deliver interactive case-based US-BI-RADS workshops;
  • provide an extended, in-depth review of best practices in breast imaging with ultrasound;
  • resent hot topics and emerging applications;
  • utilise interactive teaching as well as problem-solving case presentation.
  • employ workshops to allow hands-on experience of automated 3D Ultrasound, US-guided biopsy, lesion localization and minimal invasive therapy of breast lesions.

We are expecting a considerable amount of interest in this course and with attendance limited to 90 participants, we will be operating on a "first come, first served basis".

We hope you will take this valuable opportunity to join us, and we look forward to meeting you in Vienna.
 

With kind regards,
Prof.Dr. Michael Fuchsjäger
Dr. Corinne Balleyguier

Directors of the EUSOBI Diagnostic and Interventional Breast Ultrasound Course

Vienna


Course Registration

The course is already fully booked, therefore registration is closed. For waiting list application, please contact office@eusobi.org.

Registration Fees                                                 

until
January 15  
          
from January 16
onwards

EUSOBI Member registration*
€ 250.00
€ 350.00
EUSOBI Non Member registration
€ 350.00
€ 450.00
Resident registration**
€ 200.00
€ 300.00


* Reduced member registrations are available to all active EUSOBI Members.
** Reduced resident registrations will be offered to residents (young radiologists in training). Residents have to send, fax or email a letter, written on official hospital letter paper and signed by the head of department, confirming their status as such within 5 working days after on-line registration. In case this confirmation is not received, the registration fee will be automatically adjusted to a regular fee. The age limit for a registration as a resident is set at 35 years (incl. the age of 35). 


CME Accreditation


The EUSOBI Diagnostic and Interventional Breast Ultrasound Course 2017 (February 27-28) has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) and is designated for a maximum of, or up to 12 European CME credits (ECMEC). 


Course Venue


The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna
Schubertring 5-7
1010 Vienna
Austria
P: +43 1 311 88
www.ritzcarlton.com/vienna


Cancellation


In case of cancellation more than 30 days prior to the course, 75% of the already paid registration fee will be refunded after the EUSOBI Breast Ultrasound Course 2017. A cancellation less than 30 days prior to the course will not result in a refund. Name changes are not possible and will be treated like the cancellation of the registration and a new registration of the other participant. In case of insufficient registrations (less than 40), EUSOBI reservers the right to cancel the course before January 16, 2017. Please keep this in mind for your travel arrangements.


Course Limit


The EUSOBI Breast Ultrasound Course 2017 is limited to a maximum of 90 participants. Kindly note, EUSOBI is not offering any waiting lists and places are offered upon "first-come, first-served basis". Unpaid registrations or registrations in progress (bank transfer in progress) may not be considered as finalised and places will be given to other interested participants after two weeks.



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