2019 QUEENSTOWN MEETING VIDEOS All Plenary Sessions now available to view The 2019 AMSIG meeting videos of each Speaker’s Presentation and Panel Discussions are now available to view in the Member’s Only Area of the AMSIG website for each of the six Plenary Sessions covering the overall meeting themes of “MRI Neurography, MRI Advances and Updates on injectable therapies.” […]CONTINUE READING →
Expressions of Interest for AMSIG members to participate in the next RAB / AMSIG Collaboration – CAMBODIA 23-24 November 2019CONTINUE READING →
The ESSR 2019 local organising committee has reached out to the AMSIG community to encourage international participation in their upcoming ESSR meeting in Lisbon: On behalf of the ESSR 2019 local organising committee: We have the honour and the pleasure to announce the next Annual Scientific Meeting of the European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology, in […]CONTINUE READING →
Video Update: Radiology Across Borders (RAB) and AMSIG on their inaugural Vietnam visit earlier this year attended by Dr Salman Ansari, Dr George Koulouris, Dr Clinton Pinto and Prof. Tony Peduto with 250 radiologists/doctors in attendance. As part of AMSIG’s commitment to further MSK Radiology teaching in the region, an inaugural collaboration between AMSIG and […]CONTINUE READING →
*Update from the Australian Diagnostic Imaging Association: Knee MRI story in News Ltd papers: 16 October 2018. There will be no Medicare rebates when GPs order knee MRIs for the over 50s from November 1. Rachel Sporn (Olympic basketball medallist) and Wayne Schwass (AFL premiership player) have just turned or about to turn 50, and spoke out in support of ADIA’s campaign, as well as the National Seniors advocate Ian Henschke. The College of GPs president is also quoted and recommends that the measure be reviewed. This is the first time that the RACGP has come out in support of our position.CONTINUE READING →
In the May Budget, the Federal Government confirmed that from 1 November this year, it will restrict GP referrals for MRI of the knee to patients under 50. We are asking for you to participate in an Australian Diagnostic Imaging Association-led campaign to put pressure on the Health Minister to reverse this decision.CONTINUE READING →
Early Bird Registration closes 15 February 2019 for the 23rd AMSIG Annual Scientific Meeting Queenstown March 30-31 2019.
Visit the 2019 meeting website for full details, registration, scientific program, venue and dinner information.
Early Bird Registration and Abstract Submissions are closing soon for the 23rd AMSIG Annual Scientific Meeting Queenstown March 30-31 2019.
Key Dates: 1 February 2019 – Abstract Submissions Close | 8 February 2019 – Abstract Authors Notified of Acceptance | 15 February 2019 – Earlybird Registrations Close.
Visit the 2019 meeting website for full details, registration and abstract submission guidelines.
Early Bird Registration and Abstract Submission Now Open for the 23rd AMSIG Annual Scientific Meeting Queenstown March 30-31 2019.
Visit the meeting website for full details, registration and abstract submission guidelines.
AMSIG Research Grants Applications for 2018 are NOW OPEN. Applications close 1 SEPTEMBER 2018. The purpose of AMSIG’s research grants is to provide research experience to AMSIG members and student members of AMSIG. Grants may also support an initial pilot project prior to a large grant submitted to another funding body. Applicants are required to complete a detailed application form for consideration by the AMSIG Radiology Research Committee. Project funding is restricted to $10 000 per project.CONTINUE READING →