COVID-19 Safety Update
We intend to deliver a first class conference experience in a safe environment in compliance with all Republic of Ireland COVID-19 safety and mitigation measures which are published here: https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/c36c85-covid-19-coronavirus/
In consultation with our Scientific Director- Dr. Neil Rofsky, The Dean of the Faculty of Radiologists of Ireland- Dr. Peter Kavanaugh and several members of our core faculty including Drs. Donald Resnick and Phillip Tirman, we decided that in order to be as safe as possible we will request that all registrants and faculty provide a copy of their COVID-19 vaccine as a prerequisite for attendance at the Dublin conference.
Conference fee for Participant and *Trainees/Radiographers includes:
Participation in sessions
Online downloadable syllabus
21 hrs CME
Morning coffee and afternoon tea for the registrant
Three hot lunches for the registrant
Welcome Reception at Westin Dublin for the registrant
Evening Event at TBA for the registrant
Friends and Family fee includes:
SAM Module fee includes:
We are applying for 12 SAM credits. Exact number to be announced before the congress. There were 14 SAM credits for Imaging in Israel 2017, 16 SAM credits for Imaging in England 2018, and 13 SAM credits for Imaging in Prague 2019
*Trainees and Radiographers:
Trainees is defined as a full time resident, fellow, or specialist registrar (SpR) in an accredited program, who is receiving advanced training in a specialist field of medicine in order to eventually become a consultant or attending physician. Radiographers, also known as radiologic technologists, diagnostic radiographers and medical radiation technologists are non-physician healthcare professionals who perform diagnostic imaging examinations of human anatomy. Please include verification from your department chair, program director, or a link to your program website which has your name.
All prices are subject to change. All scientific program registration fees are charged in US Dollars and will be converted to your local currency by your credit card company or payment processor. In order to obtain the listed rates, Global Radiology CME must receive payment in full by the published deadline date. By booking the Global Radiology CME Imaging in Dublin 2022 conference, attendees acknowledge they will be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by May 23, 2022 and will send proof of the vaccine administration to Global Radiology CME. Please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Kevin Rice at if you have any questions regarding this medical policy. In addition, Imaging in Dublin 2022 registrants acknowledge they have read and agree to all our standard disclaimers and waivers here: Global Radiology CME Disclaimers
Registration will open June 1, 2021
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Who has attended prior Congresses?
We have had registrants from over 40 countries:
Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Lithuania, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, United Kingdom, and United States of America, Zambia.
Scientific Program Payment Methods:
1. Credit Card.
3. Wire Transfer or Zelle / Quickpay.
Global Radiology CME is not affiliated with any hotel or travel company. All travel plans and hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the registrant. By booking a Global Radiology CME conference, attendees acknowledge they have read and agree to all disclaimers and waivers here: Global Radiology CME Disclaimers
Scientific Program Cancellation Policy:
Notification of scientific program cancellation must be sent by email to Global Radiology CME at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Refunds of scientific program registration fees will be made as follows:
Cancellations received by March 1, 2022 - Full refund, less US$500 handling fee.
Cancellations received after March 1, 2022 - No refund.
In the unlikely event that the scientific program is cancelled by Global Radiology CME, we will refund the registration fee in full, but cannot be responsible for any hotel or travel costs.
Please read all disclaimers before you register here: Disclaimer
The Dublin Westin Hotel
Dublin Westin Atrium Lounge
The Conference Hotel:
Global Radiology CME has reserved a limited block of rooms at the Dublin Westin Hotel, the conference hotel which is conveniently located in Historic Dublin adjacent to Trinity College.
Dublin Westin Phone: +353 1 645 1000
All Hotel charges are settled in Euros and include breakfast and also include VAT. For these special group rates contact Dublin Westin Hotel or book online. Reservations via email at email@example.com. Rates and booking are provided by The Dublin Westin Hotel and subject to The Dublin Westin Hotel terms and policies.
Guest Room Rates:
Classic Room: Single €410 B&B
Classic Room: Double: €430 B&B
Executive Room or Suite: Please contact the Dublin Westin Hotel directly.
Book early as rates are subject to availability at time of reservation.
Cut off date for the group rate is February 7, 2022 or when the block is fully booked, whichever comes first.
After the cut-off date, it is at Hotel’s discretion whether to accept additional reservations, which will be subject to prevailing rates and availability.
Rates include VAT at 13.5%. VAT increases will be applied automatically.
Rates do not include automatic or mandatory charges (e.g. resort charges) or tips, gratuities, or services charges for employees, unless otherwise expressly stated.
There are over 30 hotels and B&B's with varying amenities and price ranges within 0.5 miles of the conference hotel.
Westin Dublin sister properties, The Morgan Hotel is a 2 minute walk from the Westin Dublin and The Trinity City Hotel is about 4 minute walk from the Westin. We urge all registrants to select an accommodation that best suits their tastes and requirements.
Please click the following link from Trip Advisor for some options: https://www.tripadvisor.com/HotelsNear-g186605-d212680-The_Westin_Dublin-Dublin_County_Dublin.html
Global Radiology CME is not affiliated with any hotel or travel company. All travel plans and hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the registrant. By booking a the conference hotel and this conference, registrants agree to all disclaimers and waivers here: Global Radiology CME Disclaimers
Dublin Airport, serves the capital city of Ireland, and is located 10 km north of Dublin. All the information you need to ensure your journey through Dublin Airport is as smooth and as comfortable as possible can be found here: https://www.dublinairport.com
Travel from the Airport to Dublin City
Aircoach is a leading private coach operator and provides scheduled coach services to and from Dublin City Centre and Dublin Airport.
The Airlink is an express service that travels from the airport to Dublin’s main bus station Busaras, then to O’Connell Street in the city centre and onto Heuston, one of Dublin’s main train stations.
Taxis are available directly outside Terminal 1 & Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. Passengers should follow Taxi signage to the designated taxi ranks. A taxi dispatcher is available at either taxi rank if you require any further information or assistance. The Dublin Westin is approximately 8 km from the airport with an estimated fare of €30 one way. Taxis are also available via the ‘Free Now’ app via the app store and Google play.
Getting around Dublin
Getting around Dublin is relatively easy. Dublin is a walkable city and has an excellent public transport network including Intercity trains, as well as a large fleet of taxis.
The official currency of Ireland is the Euro (€). All major credit cards are accepted in most service and retail outlets.
There is not a strong tipping culture in Ireland, however many locals and visitors tend to tip for certain services, restaurants and taxis. If you want to tip, 10% is a good rule of thumb. All tips are at your discretion.
The average June temperature high during the day is 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18 deg Celsius). For local weather forecast click here: https://www.accuweather.com/en/ie/dublin/207931/weather-forecast/207931
The island of Ireland functions on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). During the summer it becomes GMT+1.
The electrical supply is 230 volts AC at 50 hertz. The Type G three-pin rectangular plug system is used for Ireland and United Kingdom.