Симпозиум Международного Общества Радиологов и ВОЗ: Скрининг туберкулеза и роль рентгенографии легких – 23 марта 2021г


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ISR-WHO World TB Day 2021 symposium:
Systematic screening for TB and the role of chest radiography
Tuesday, March 23, 5pm-7pm CET

World Tuberculosis (TB) Day is commemorated annually on March 24, to raise public awareness about the ongoing impact of TB and the need to enhance efforts to end TB. Global efforts in TB care are estimated to have saved more than 60 million lives in the last 20 years alone. Yet this is not enough to reach the targets of WHO’s End TB Strategy in the coming years.

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, it must not be forgotten that TB remains one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases. The theme of World TB Day 2021 – ‘The Clock is Ticking’ – aims to remind global leaders that efforts to end TB must be kept up, in spite of challenges introduced by the coronavirus disease.

To aid in the effort to find all people with TB, this year for World TB Day the WHO Global TB Programme is releasing updated recommendations and implementation guidance on systematic screening for TB disease, including new recommendations on the use of chest radiography to improve early detection of TB.

In this context, an ISR-WHO World TB Day 2021 symposium on Systematic Screening for TB and the Role of Chest Radiography will be held on March 23, 5pm-7pm CET.

Please click below to register for the event:


Registration is FREE of charge. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The program, featuring renowned speakers from ISR, WHO and other relevant international organizations, is available here.

The ISR collaborates with the WHO as an NGO in official relations, to facilitate the global endeavors to improve patient care and population health through medical imaging. Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ISR collaborated in the WHO Rapid Advice Guide on the Use of chest imaging in COVID-19 as part of the WHO-ISR collaboration work plan.

We look forward to welcoming you on March 23!

Kind regards,
The ISR Office