In line with CIRSE’s Articles of Association, the Executive Committee can establish expert groups to tackle specific tasks or projects that will help advance interventional radiology. These task forces work towards a specific objective in a defined time frame.
Patient Information Brochure Revision Task Force
The Patient Information Brochure Revision Task Force was created to keep CIRSE’s patient information brochures up-to-date.
|Diego Catania||EFRS representative|
|Marion Maher||EFRS representative|
|Sonyia McFadden||EFRS representative|
IO4IO Task Force
The IO4IO (Interventional Oncology for Immuno-Oncology) Task Force was created with the objective of promoting interventional oncology in the setting of immuno-oncology treatments, elaborating design trials integrating interventional oncology in immuno-oncology, supporting research in IO4IO, and creating further awareness in the interventional radiology – interventional oncology field.
Clinical Practice Manual Task Force
As direct patient care is crucial for interventional radiologists, CIRSE has established a Task Force to create an IR clinical practice manual aiming to assist IRs with enhancing their involvement in clinical practice. This manual is intended to become a guiding document throughout Europe and to address logistic and organisational questions pertaining clinical practice in interventional radiology.
|2||Esther Boullosa Seoane|
|4||Michiel de Haan|