The 2017 ASER Annual Meeting will provide a broad overview of current state-of-the-art imaging techniques to evaluate the acutely ill and injured patient. Educational sessions covering the latest advances and trends in emergency and trauma radiologic diagnosis and sessions presenting new and original scientific work are included. The meeting provides an opportunity to meet with international colleagues and discuss new and challenging aspects of emergency and trauma imaging.
The meeting is of particular interest and importance to clinical radiologists, both in the community and academic centers, delivering emergency care. Subspecialists in emergency radiology, neuroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology, chest and abdominal radiology, radiology residents and fellows, and emergency physicians at all levels of training will also find the educational and scientific material presented at the ASER meeting essential to their core and on-call knowledge base.
The “Trauma Head-to-Toe” course held on the first two days of the meeting is well-suited for radiology residents preparing for emergency radiology coverage and is an excellent review for all radiologists covering trauma centers. The ASER is offering discounted registration for this two-day course to the first 60 residents or fellows interested in emergency radiology.