Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe

September 25-28 | ONLINE

UNSTOPPABLE INNOVATION

September 25-28 | ONLINE

UNSTOPPABLE INNOVATION

September 25-28 | ONLINE

UNSTOPPABLE INNOVATION

September 25-28 | ONLINE

September 25-28 | ONLINE

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IR management

As patient management remains of utmost importance for the future of IR, CIRSE 2021’s IR management track will provide essential insights into best practices and solutions to contemporary challenges in clinical work.

The track will look at several facets of this topic; the pre-launched materials in advance of the congress will feature ETF short talks aimed at trainees and students, and will also highlight AI, robotics and technological advances in IR. The live programme will feature a Women in IR session taking a closer look at the concept of flexible working, as well as several sessions on dealing with industry, collaborating with other specialties, and challenges IR faces now and in the future.

Robotic and stereotactic approaches in IR

We spoke to Prof. Lars Lönn about the advantages robotic and stereotactic approaches can bring to IR practice, when they could be more widely implemented, and what we can expect for future developments. Make sure to join the robotics session at the Summit!

Don’t miss these exciting sessions!

FS 32 – Robotic and stereotactic approaches in IR

Tuesday, September 23, 17:00-18:00 CEST

  • Endovascular robotics: current status
    R. H. Kassamali (Doha/QA)
  • Simulation in IR
    L. Lönn (Copenhagen/DK)
  • Robotic ablation
    L. Beyer (Potsdam/DE)
  • Stereotactic guidance systems in IR
    R. Bale (Innsbruck/AT)

FS 12 – AI and technological advances in IR

Live in the pre-congress programme! Tuesday, September 21, 17:00-18:00 CEST

  • What can we expect from deep learning in daily practice?
    T. Boeken (Paris/FR)
  • Augmented reality in IR
    L. A. Solbiati (Busto Arsizio/IT)
  • Virtual reality in interventional radiology training and assessment
    R. N. Uppot (Boston,MA/US)
  • Integrated patient monitoring systems – the internet of medical things
    S. Müller-Hülsbeck (Flensburg/DE)

WIR 202 – Flexible working: a dream or the new reality?

Saturday, September 25, 11:30-12:30 CEST

  • Introduction
    F. Irani (Singapore/SG)
  • Part time IR: flexing your career
    E. G. Klompenhouwer (Amsterdam/NL)
  • Making it happen: how to enable a flexible workforce
    E. Kashef (London/GB)
  • Return to work
    G. J. O’Sullivan (Galway/IE)

FC 2913 – Optimising the IR suite for children: not just small adults

Available on demand from September 23!

  • Which tools can I use?
    S. Franchi-Abella (Le Kremlin Bicêtre/FR)
  • What risks should I be aware of?
    J. G. Amaral (Toronto/CA)
  • How to work as a team
    L. Chigaru (London/GB)
  • How to optimise dose reduction protocols
    L. Davies (London/GB)

… and many more!