Welcome by the congress presidents
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, dear Colleagues and Friends,
It is with great pleasure that we would like to invite you to the Swiss Congress of Radiology 2021 (SCR’21) from June 24-26, 2021 in Davos. The congress will take place in the Davos Congress Centre, one of the most modern congress venues in the Alps. Located in the heart of the city, it is surrounded by an unforgettable and wonderful alpine setting.
After having to cancel our 2020 edition, we are happier than ever to organize this event and are thrilled to present you the programme of the SCR’21.
Once again, the Swiss Society of Radiology (SGR-SSR) and its associated societies (SGPR-SSRP, SSVIR, SSER, SSSR), as well as the SGNM-SSMN (Swiss Society of Nuclear Medicine), SGRRC-SSRCR (Swiss Society of Radiopharmacy/Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry) and SVMTRA-ASTRM (Swiss Association of Radiographers) have planned various attractive sessions for their 3-day programme, with common educational and scientific sessions as well as more dedicated sessions for each speciality. In addition, the SSRMP will once again contribute to the scientific programme.
You will also find radiation protection courses, a musculoskeletal ultrasound course, as well as a MR security course which will give you tools for daily practice. A special programme tailored for the residents will also be proposed.
Moreover, we would like to invite all of you who would like to be part of the programme to submit your abstracts during the autumn 2020 for presentation during one of the scientific sessions, or as a poster!
Most importantly, as the SCR is the place to meet friends, there will also be plenty of occasions to network and connect with new people. Join us for a wonderful society evening at the Schatzalp to enjoy the amazing view and entertainments with your colleagues!
On behalf of all the societies taking part in the SCR’21, we look forward to seeing you in Davos in June 2021!
Congress President SGR-SSR
Congress President SGNM-SSMN
Congress President SVMTRA-ASTRM