Within the framework of the consultation, eight thematic sections will be devoted to the topic of various diagnostic and heart rate activities, as well as myths about radiation use will be distributed. Leaders of radiology, radiology technology, medical physics and the Ministry of Health will share their knowledge of the event.
As STA said, International Radiology and Radiology Technology Days celebrated in order to build closer links between radiologists, radiologists and medical physicists. According to the organizers, these three expert groups provide a safe and quality diagnostic image on the territory of Slovenia.
"A common occurrence on November 8th, we want to raise awareness about the importance of radiological treatment for successful prevention and treatment in the wider community and the role of the individual profile in this work," they added.
The Scientific-Scientific Conference is organized by the Department of Radiology Technologies at the Faculty of Medicine of Ljubljana, the Association of Radiology Engineers in Slovenia, the Slovenian Radiology Engineer Chamber, the Association of Radiology in Slovenia, the UKC Ljubljana Radiology Clinical Institute, and the Student Council of the Faculty of Medicine.
The consultation will take place on Thursday, 16.00 Ljubljana Medical Faculty, P18 lecture room.
The subject of the consultation follows from the International Day of Radiology and Radiology, which was established by the European Radiology Association with its partners.
The International Day of Radiology is already sixth in the world this year and was set up on the initiative of European and American professional organizations in the field of radiology and radiology.