Italian Society of Medical and Interventional Radiology
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About this society:
The Italian Society of Medical and Interventional Radiology – SIRM – was founded in 1913 and counts over 11,000 members.
Its purpose is scientific research, cultural updating and training in the study of biomedical imaging, in its physical, biological, diagnostic, radiation protection and IT aspects.
The President remains in office for two years and the twelve councilors for four years.
The organization is present throughout Italy and is divided into 18 Regional Groups and 20 Study Sections (e.g. Breast Care, Thoracic Radiology, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Urgency, Ethics, MRI, etc.). The official media branch is the “La Radiologia Medica” the professional scientific journal published in English with IF 6.313. Other radiological publications include: “Journal of Radiological Review” and “Il Radiologo”. The National Congress is held every two years and is attended by around 4,500 members.
The official site: www.sirm.org can provide further details.