Materials for IR trainees
European Curriculum and Syllabus for Interventional Radiology
This curriculum provides a standardised interventional radiology training guideline that covers: objectives, learning methods, outcomes, supervision and assessment. It also includes a syllabus which aims to facilitate the development of the clinical and technical skills necessary to carry out safe and effective IR treatments.
Status of vascular and interventional radiology training in Europe
For the first time ever, CIRSE has published a report conducted by the ETF Subcommittee. 25 members of the subcommittee, representing 24 countries throughout Europe, provided valuable input concerning the status of IR training in their countries. This provides an enlightening look at how different IR training remains throughout Europe, and highlights the importance of having trainee committees within national socieites in order to ensure the future growth and sucess of the specialty.
- Commentary on “Vascular and Interventional Radiology Training: International Perspectives and Challenges”
- Vascular and Interventional Radiology Training; International Perspectives and Challenges
- The Interventional Radiology Clinic Teaching Model: Survey of IR Residency Programs
- Future Interventional Radiologists and Where to Find Them–Insights from Five UK Interventional Radiology Symposia for Junior Doctors and Medical Students
- Is IR an Essential Hospital Service? Analysis of Trauma Procedures at a Level 1 Centre During the First Wave of COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia
- The Female Threat
- Establishing a Platform for Interest and Education in Interventional Radiology Amongst Radiology Trainees
- Interventional Radiology Awareness Among Clinicians at Muhimbili National Hospital, Tanzania
- Post-procedural Care in Interventional Radiology: What Every Interventional Radiologist Should Know-Part II: Catheter Care and Management of Common Systemic Post-procedural Complications
- Extra, Extra, read all about it!
- “Pigtail through snare” technique: an easy and fast way to retrieve a catheter fragment with inaccessible ends
- Endovascular treatment of arteriovenous graft dysfunction as a result of graft delamination and fracture
- Intra-arterial anaesthetics for pain control in arterial embolisation procedures: a systematic review and meta-analysis
- A call to action; an open letter to WHO from the interventional radiology community
- The rocky road to recognizing interventional radiology as a full clinical specialty
- Paediatric IR: the evidence for best practice is growing
- Role of interventional radiology in line insertion on intensive care during the Covid-19 pandemic
- To the editor: Interventional radiology in the COVID-19 era: Crisis and opportunity
- IR voices about COVID 19
- Audit of electronic operative documentation in interventional radiology: the value of standardised proformas
- Pelvic vein embolization: an assessment of the readability and quality of online information for patients
- Unnecessary hysterectomies and our role as interventional radiology community
- European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS) 2020 clinical practice guidelines on the management of acute limb ischaemia; a word of caution!
- The Challenges of New Endovascular Technologies
- Trends and implications of 24/7 interventional radiology in a newly opened acute hospital
- Letter to Editor – What makes a sustainable 24/7/365 Interventional radiology service
- Prostate embolization: patient selection, clinical management and results
- Implementation of uterine artery embolization for symptomatic fibroids in the Netherlands: an inventory and preference study