Why to join ESHNR

The European Society of Head and Neck Radiology (ESHNR), Europe’s premier Head and Neck Imaging Society is welcoming anyone with a substantial interest in Head and Neck Imaging.

Reasons

  • Friendly, active society
  • Multidisciplinary exchanges
  • Educational programmes (including guidance for national societies, dedicated sessions for junior members)
  • Access to experts across Europe for your difficult cases
  • Advice on optimum imaging strategies for a variety of presenting scenarios
  • Recognition of excellence
  • Lively and informative annual meetings that discuss novel approaches


Benefits

  • Representation of Head and Neck Radiology on European level
  • Membership certificate
  • ESHNR newsletter
  • Reduced registration fees for ESHNR 2018 – 31th Annual Meeting and Refresher Course
  • ESOR fellowship programme
  • Apply for European Board in Head and Neck Radiology Diploma

Membership Types

Active Member

Radiologists engaged in practice or teaching within Europe or with any European nationality, who have a special competence in Head and Neck Radiology and related research areas.

Corresponding Member

Radiologists engaged in practice, teaching or research and with a special competence in Head and Neck Radiology and related research areas, residing outside Europe or with a non-European nationality.

Junior Member

Residents can become junior members while training for specialisation in general radiology and/or training for sub-specialisation in Head and Neck Radiology. Membership categorised as Junior Member is limited to residents (young radiologists still in training) until the age of 35 (incl. the age of 35) within Europe or with any European nationality. Residents have to send a fax or email letter written on official hospital letter paper and signed by the head of department, confirming their status as such within 5 working days after membership application. In case this confirmation is not received the membership fee will automatically be adjusted to the fee of an Active Member.

Corresponding Junior Member

Residents can become junior members while training for specialisation in general radiology and/or training for sub-specialisation in Head and Neck Radiology. Membership categorised as Corresponding Junior Member is limited to residents (young radiologists still in training) until the age of 35 (incl. the age of 35) outside Europe or with a non-European nationality. Residents have to send a fax or email letter written on official hospital letter paper and signed by the head of department, confirming their status as such within 5 working days after membership application. In case this confirmation is not received the membership fee will automatically be adjusted to the fee of a Corresponding Member.

Associate Member

Associate Members intended as recognition of an exceptional and special interest in Head and Neck Radiology and related non-medical professions, including radiographers, nurses and individual members of industry.


Fellow

Active members, who have made a significant contribution to Head and Neck Radiology and related research areas and have acquired the Fellowship Certificate of the European Board of Head and Neck Radiology Diploma. Fellows are involved in daily practice, teaching or research in the field of Head and Neck Radiology.


Corresponding Fellow

Corresponding fellows are scientists and other professionals in the field of Head and Neck Radiology and related research areas residing outside of Europe.


Institutional Membership

ESHNR would very much like to establish new and strengthen existing contacts to national Head and Neck (sub)-societies and/or working groups. It is our goal to create a cross boarder European network in the field of Head and Neck Radiology. In 2014 ESHNR started cooperations with national Head and Neck societies to offer their members a reduced membership fee. If your society is also interested in an Institutional Membership, please contact the ESHNR office.