ESSR meets GREECE
ESSR Meets the Hellenic Society of Skeletal Radiology
Course on Peripheral Joint Imaging
30 September - 1 October 2023 Athens Greece
The "ESSR meets Greece" course is co-organized by the European Society of Skeletal Radiology (ESSR) and the Hellenic Society of Skeletal Radiology (HSSR) under the auspices of the Hellenic Society of Radiology, the Hellenic College of Radiology and the Medical School of the University of Crete.
The course aims at radiologists, in academic, hospital and private settings, with a special interest in musculoskeletal imaging. The course topic is Peripheral Joint Imaging, covering refreshing and latest topics on Joints and Soft tissue MRI, Ultrasound and Intervention as well as Ultrasound Masterclasses, Interactive and Hands-On Sessions, presented by an international faculty of renowned experts in the field of musculoskeletal imaging.
The members of HSSR are proud and honored to welcome four distinguished ESSR members and outstanding radiologists to Greece; Professor Carlo Martinoli, Dr Eva Llopis, Dr Miraude Adriaensen and Dr Andrea Rosskopf. The aim of the course is to offer high-quality teaching in the field of musculoskeletal radiology and, at the same time, to encourage active participation and establish liaisons.
After a long period of predominantly online education, we have prepared everything for a face-to-face meeting, and hope to advance the exchange of knowledge and experiences, by bringing together experts from both societies and combining high-quality lectures with interactive hands-on workshops. The venue, Royal Olympic Hotel, is situated at the heart of the historic centre of Athens, a few minutes away from the Acropolis, with easy access to underground and ground transportation.
On behalf of ESSR and HSSR, we are looking forward to welcoming you to Athens for a high-quality educational event as well as a friendly get-together.
ESSR lead Speaker/Local OrganizerAssistant Professor Elena Drakonaki,
ESSR Education Committee Chair
Course ChairpersonsProfessor Carlo Martinoli, ESSR President
Dr. Konstantinos Pikoulas, HSSR President
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Local Scientific Committee
- George Delimpasis
- Konstantinos Lymperopoulos
- Olympia Papakonstantinou
- Athena Plagou
- Ioanna Staikidou
- Marianna Vlychou
Under the auspices of
The ESSR Meets the Hellenic Society of Skeletal Radiology, Athens, Greece, 30/09/2023-
01/10/2023 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
Education (EACCME®) with 16 European CME credits (ECMEC®s).
Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.
|Early Registration till May 31st 2023
|Late Registration from June 1st 2023
Registration fee VAT is included.
Registration fees cover participation at the Lectures, Masterclasses and Workshops, and certificate of attendance.
All cancellations must be submitted in writing to the Congress Secretariat by email: email@example.com Please note that all Congress Registration fees are subject to the Cancellation & Refund Conditions below
|Up to July 20th, 2023
|From July 21st, 2023 onwards
|No refund will be granted
All refunds will be made within two months after the end of the Congress. Bank charges will be deducted.
We would like to thank you for your interest to participate in the ESSR Meets the Hellenic Society of Skeletal Radiology Course on Peripheral Joint Imaging at Athens Greece.
This is an on-site activity only. Please kindly note that the registrations are closed. We will inform you if there is any cancellation.
Scientific and Commercial Exhibition
A comprehensive Exhibition will run during the Congress. The Exhibition will be at the Course venue.
Upon registration, participants will receive the Course material with their names written on. Delegates are requested to wear their badge during all sessions. Entrance to the Course hall, will not be permitted to any persons without a congress badge, which will be scanned with a barcode system.
Certificate of Attendance
The certificate will be send to all registered participants by email after the Course after completing the evaluation form
Course Secretariat Opening Hours
|Saturday, September 30th 2023
|08.00 - 18.30
|Sunday, October 1st 2023
|08.00 - 18.30
Speakers Ready Desk
A Speakers Ready Desk will be available for presenters, every day during Course. Please note that you need to bring your
presentation (PPT or PDF format) on a CD (not a ZIP disk!) or on a USB stick. Personal laptops are not allowed.
We advise you to do this the day before your presentation or, if not possible, early in the morning of the day of your presentation.
The wireless network will be freely available by all the course venue public areas.
Smoking is not allowed within the Congress Venue.
Travelling - Passport and Visas
Visas are required from citizens of some foreign countries. Participants should check with their travel agents, Greek consulate offices or diplomatic missions in their own countries whether or not visas are required.
Liability and Insurance
The organizers cannot be held responsible for accidents which may occur to participants or accompanying persons, or for any damage, loss of personal property or cancellation expenses. Participants are kindly advised to carry out their own insurance arrangements during their stay in Greece.
The Course will be presented entirely in English
On Site Course
The course is planned as an on-site activity.
GMT+2 (GMT +3 between last Sunday in March and last Sunday in October).
The climate in Greece is typically Mediterranean with warm and dry summers and mild winters. Athens has a typically
For more information please visit: www.freemeteo.com or www.bbc.co.uk/weather/
Electricity in Greece, as in the rest of Europe, comes out of the wall socket at 220volts alternating at a 50cycles per second. The sockets are for plugs with two or three round pins in a row (CEI 23-16/VII and CEE 7/4 German style Schuko). Appliances from North America require a transformer and British ones an adaptor.
Euro is the official currency in Greece. Money exchange is available in most of banks. There are plenty of cash dispensers in Heraklion. Major international credit cards are widely but not always accepted in Greece (check in advance is small restaurants), and are not commonly used for small amounts. Banks are open from Monday to Thursday 08:00-14:30 and on Friday 08:00 – 14:00.
All major credit cards are accepted in almost all hotels, shops and restaurants. Stickers in the front windows will advise you as to which cards are accepted.
Banks and ATMs
Banks are open from Monday to Thursday, 8:00-14:30 hrs and on Friday, 8:00-14:00 hrs; on Saturdays and Sundays they are closed. ATMs are widely available all over the country. For further details while in Greece please consult your hotel concierge.
Dial 00 + country code + area code + phone number. The international code number from abroad is + 30 followed by the number code of the person you are calling, comprehensive of the ‘210’ Athens region.
Transfer from Athens Airport to the city centre
The airport is situated about 25km away from Athens city center. You can travel from Athens airport to the city centre using three different means of transport; metro, bus and taxi. The cheapest transportation option is the public bus, at only 6€ per person for a one-way ticket. The fastest option is an Athens airport taxi, which comes at a cost of 38€ per ride. Another means of transportation is the metro, which leaves every 30 minutes and costs 10€ one-way.
If you need more information or assistance, you can contact us via the secretariat of the course by the means below :