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Radiation Protection Pavilion 2018: How to make your angio suite smart and safe!

Following the great success of the fourth Radiation Protection Pavilion at CIRSE 2017, the Radiation Protection Subcommittee is delighted to announce that the fifth Radiation Protection Pavilion – an interactive awareness campaign on radiation protection and dose management in interventional radiology – will be held at CIRSE's next Annual Meeting in Lisbon.

Make sure to visit the Pavilion in Lisbon and take part in the exciting activities on offer this year:

  • Listen to talks by world-leading experts.
  • Discuss the latest protective technologies with select industry partner

 

  RPP Quiz

 

Let’s talk about radiation safety

Interventional radiologists are exposed to high levels of radiation in daily practice, and so face particular health risks. Congress delegates will have the opportunity to test their skills and knowledge and take part in a range of exciting activities proposed by the Subcommittee, and kindly supported by select industry partners.

 

Get expert advice

Learn about the health hazards linked to high levels of occupational exposure to radiation. Take a seat and listen to a brief talk hosted by our Subcommittee or industry partners.

 

Explore state-of-the-art protective technologies

Discuss the latest products for protection and dose management with select industry partners, who will be on hand to address any questions you may have.

 

 

Stay tuned!

Browse the press reviews and information material to find out more about this unique campaign and the Radiation Protection Subcommittee’s efforts to raise awareness.

 

For more impressions of the Pavilion, browse the CIRSE Gallery or download the information material .

RPP information material

 

 

 

We would like to thank our corporate partners as well as our international collaboration partners, in particular ESR’s EuroSafe Imaging Campaign, for actively supporting the Radiation Protection Pavilion.

The 2018 Radiation Protection Pavilion is proudly supported by: