ICIS Meeting and 22nd Annual Teaching Course - On Demand

Mon 25 Sep 2023 Wed 27 Sep 2023 Society

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London 2023 Programme  


The 22nd meeting of our Society was held at the British Museum in the heart of London between 25-27 September 2023.
Registration for ICIS 2023 is OPEN!  
Meeting Venue: The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
ICIS 2023 - 'Cancer Imaging: Current guidelines for best practice' Highlighting the guidelines for screening, diagnostic or therapeutic imaging of cancers. The updated, the outdated, the missing and more ...
We meet the important challenges of advancing imaging in the multidisciplinary management of cancer by promoting education in oncological imaging and stimulating research in the study of tumour behaviour.
This course is designed for all radiologists, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists and other specialists interested in the diagnosis and management of cancer patients.
You will be able to access this content until 1 September 2024.
Learning objectives 
To improve your knowledge of:
• Cancer diagnosis
• Cancer staging
• Response assessment
• Post-procedural assessment
• Emergency / side effects / complications of oncologic therapies
• Interventional radiology in oncologic patients
• Structured reporting
• Imaging protocols in cancer imaging
• Differential diagnosis of focal lesions



1 day £99
2 days £160
3 days £230

1. Click the Registration tab above and sign up to watch the presentations delivered at ICIS 2023 in London!

2. Once registered, please allow us one working day to set up your login credentials. You will be able to login to view ICIS 2023 on www.icis2023.com soon!

Please direct any questions to Louise Mustoe at [email protected]

We are unable to issue CPD certification for this 'watch again' product. Some Radiological Societies allow you to claim points under their self-directed learning clause.
Taken from Royal College of Radiologists CPD Guidance:
5.10 Self-directed learning
The RCR recognise the importance of self directed learning through reading books, journals and other publications, and through using audio-visual and computer-based resources both freestanding and online such as Radiotherap-e
One credit per hour can be claimed.
Please check with your accrediting Society.
Don’t take our word for it; read what our delegates said about our previous annual teaching course:
• Very informative course for up to date knowledge on complex oncological imaging.
• Incredible conference with a really friendly atmosphere. The workshops give you a real insight into how to implement the techniques in practice.
• I strongly recommend this fantastic course.
• Excellent for learning, updating and inspiration to the challenges in your daily practice and also a very social meeting.
• The best Oncology Imaging meeting out there. This is a must-attend meeting for anyone interested in oncology related imaging.
• Excellent and productive course.
• Inspiring meeting.
• Great! Covers topics general radiologists need to know and do not easily find elsewhere.
• This was a highly informative conference in which it was easy to speak with experts in all fields informally at the breaks. I would highly
recommend it.
• Excellent. Strong case-based lectures with excellent literature references.
• Excellent speakers, great topics and great people, what more can you ask?
• Great conference with the latest cancer imaging information including criteria, protocol, modalities etc. Great information for the clinical trial in oncology using imaging. Amazing!
• ICIS annual meeting is the place where you can keep learning and create new projects in order to continue with your education in Oncological Imaging.
• A very well organised excellent course with superb speakers.
• Excellent cancer imaging forum that meets practice, academic and research needs. I have attended 14th, 15th, 16th and 18th Annual Teaching Courses. My knowledge has grown and I have shared this with colleagues from all over the world.
• Very good course. Highly recommended.