EUROPEAN FORUM FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH OF MUSCULOSKELETAL RADIOLOGY


ESSR 2022

ESSR 2022 – 🎉 Wonderful to meet back onsite & online 🎉

We wish to sincerely thank our 470+ onsite and 160+ online participants for joining this year’s ESSR Annual Scientific Meeting.
On-Demand Platform soon available: We are already starting to setup our On-Demand Platform with lectures from Friday and Saturday from both conference rooms. As soon as this platform is ready, we will share the link with all registered delegates.
The platform will be online until Sepember 10, so you have time to review the talks or listen to lectures you might have missed.

Welcome by Society President

Welcome by Congress President

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

Post-Treatment Imaging

The ESSR 2022 main topic will be post-treatment imaging. Special aspects of established and most recent treatment procedures and the principal questions the radiologist has to answer following musculoskeletal interventions will be approached. Thus, we learn about treatment methods, we will learn hints and tricks, and understand the needs and expectations of our clinical partners like orthopaedic and trauma surgeons and of our musculoskeletal interventional radiologists.

Learning Objectives

Focus 1: How to monitor systemic skeletal disorders?
a. To understand the role of monitoring arthritis with plain films
b. To learn about findings in MRI and ultrasound concerning the monitoring of modern treatment schemes in arthritis
c. To get acquainted with seronegative spondyloarthropathy and its treatment monitoring
d. To intensify knowledge about how to monitor SKIBO (skin and bone) diseases

Focus 2: How to monitor healing of fractures, of muscle as well as tendon tears?
a. To understand the role of radiology in assessing bone healing
b. To learn about delayed fracture healing
c. To get acquainted with the assessment of muscle tears and the healing of tears
d. To be aware of cartilage repair techniques and their appearance in imaging

Focus 3: How to monitor tumours?
a. To understand the tumor surgeon’s role of stabilizing primary and secondary bone tumors
b. To learn how to obtain sufficient samples from imaging-guided biopsies
c. To get acquainted with collateral effects of radiation- and chemotherapy on the musculoskeletal system with focus on bone marrow seronegative spondyloarthropathy and its treatment monitoring
d. To intensify knowledge about Postoperative and posttherapeutic changes in soft tissue tumors
e. To learn the specific issues and requests when monitoring bone tumours
f. To deepen the understanding for the specific issues and requests when monitoring bone metastases

Focus 4: How to evaluate hardware complications?
a. To get acquainted with the types of endoprotheses a radiologist should know
b. To understand the role of stabilization regarding post-treatment imaging of the vertebral column
c. To learn the radiological assessment of rotational malalignment of endoprosthesis
d. To get acquainted with the radiological assessment of loosening of endoprosthesis
e. To be aware of the imaging findings of postoperative infection of endoprostheses

Focus 5: How to evaluate post-treatment imaging of the lower limbs?
a. To get acquainted with surgical techniques in ligament, meniscal and cartilage repair
b. To understand the role of imaging for evaluating the ankle joint after treatment
c. To learn about postoperative findings after cruciate and collateral ligaments repair
d. To get acquainted with postoperative and post-interventional musculoskeletal imaging findings following hip preservation surgery, deformity correction, and hip arthroplasty
e. To be aware of the imaging findings of meniscal repair techniques

Focus 6: How to evaluate post-treatment imaging of the upper limbs?
a. To get acquainted with repair techniques of the rotator cuff and glenoid rim and what the orthopedic surgeon wants to know from the radiologist
b. To understand the role of imaging for evaluating rotator cuff repair
c. To learn about normal and abnormal imaging findings after surgery of the glenoid and glenolabral complex
d. To get acquainted with post-treatment imaging of the elbow
e. To be aware of the imaging findings of the hand and wrist after treatment

Focus 7: How to evaluate post-treatment imaging of the spine?
a. To get acquainted with the radiological appearance of the normal spine after treatment
b. To understand the role of imaging for evaluating the vertebral column after surgery of discs
c. To learn about post treatment imaging findings of new treatment techniques for the intervertebral discs
d. To get acquainted with post-treatment imaging of the spondylodiscitis
e. To be aware of the imaging findings of the treated scoliosis

CONGRESS REGISTRATION

June 09: Pre-Congress Workshops, June 10-11: Annual Scientific Meeting
Registration is to be made electronically for onsite and for online participation.

Registration is closed.

Registration Information

TERMS & CONDITIONS ONSITE PARTICIPATION
To download the full Congress Terms & Conditions, please click on the following link: ESSR 2022 Terms and Conditions

TERMS & CONDITIONS ONLINE PARTICIPATION
To download the full Congress Terms & Conditions, please click on the following link: ESSR 2022 Terms and Conditions Remote Participation

SCOPE OF ESSR 2022 AND COVID-19 RELATED RESTRICTIONS
ESSR 2022 will be held onsite in Rostock, Germany and will feature a livestream.
In order to avoid the spread of COVID-19, European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology – ESSR shall be entitled to restrict access to the congress centre where the onsite ESSR 2022 is supposed to be staged as well as to any other premises where events in the course of ESSR 2022 shall be held to persons fully and duly vaccinated against COVID-19. The respective requirements to prove such vaccination may be subject to government regulations and will be published in due time on the ESSR website www.essr.org.

UPDATE COVID-19 (as per May 10, 2022)
No Covid-19 related restrictions in place for onsite participation to ESSR 2022. The Congress Organisers will however carefully monitor the local incidences and development of the pandemic. In case any access restrictions will become mandatory, all registered delegates will be informed via email.

Registration Fees 2022
WORKSHOPS   Early Fee (ending April 18) Regular Fee
Ultrasound Workshop valid: June 9 EUR 100,- EUR 100,-
Workshop ”Spondyloarthritis” valid: June 9 EUR 80,- EUR 80,-
Workshop ”ESSR meets EUSOMII – Artificial Intelligence“ valid: June 9 EUR 80,- EUR 80,-
       
CONGRESS      
ESSR Member valid: June 10-11 EUR 300,- EUR 370,-
ESSR Non Member valid: June 10-11 EUR 400,- EUR 480,-
ESSR Member – Resident Status valid: June 10-11 EUR 100,- EUR 170,-
ESSR Non Member – Resident Status valid: June 10-11 EUR 160,- EUR 230,-
Student valid: June 10-11 EUR 80,- EUR 100,-
ESSR Diploma Holder valid: June 10-11 EUR 250,- EUR 320,-
Single Day Ticket FRI valid: June 10 EUR 240,- EUR 270,-
Single Day Ticket SAT valid: June 11 EUR 240,- EUR 270,-

 

Ticket description:

Ultrasound Workshop
The ticket grants admission to the Ultrasound Workshop (Lectures & Hands-On) on June 9, 2022. Limited to 100 tickets.
Workshop ”Spondyloarthritis”
The ticket grants admission to the Workshop ”Spondyloarthritis” on June 9, 2022. Limited to 40 tickets.
Workshop ”ESSR meets EUSOMII – Artificial Intelligence“
The ticket grants admission to the Workshop ”ESSR meets EUSOMII – Artificial Intelligence“ on June 9, 2022. Limited to 60 tickets.

ESSR Member
The ticket is offered to society members in good standing for the year 2022 and grants admission to the congress on June 10-11, 2022.
ESSR Non Member
The ticket is offered to non-members of the society and grants admission to the congress on June 10-11, 2022.
ESSR Member – Resident Status
The ticket is offered to society members in training (resident status) in good standing for the year 2022 and grants admission to the congress on June 10-11, 2022.
ESSR Non Member – Resident Status
The ticket is offered to non-members (in training) of the society and grants admission to the congress on June 10-11, 2022. A valid training proof needs to be sent to office@essr.org within 10 days after registration.
Student
The ticket is offered to students under the age of 30 without any academic title and grants admission to the congress on June 10-11, 2022. A valid student proof needs to be sent to office@essr.org within 10 days after registration.
ESSR Diploma Holder
The ticket is offered to holders of the ESSR Diploma since 2015 (with ESR Endorsement). The diploma status will be verified by the ESSR Office automatically within 10 days after registration.
Single Day Ticket FRI
The ticket grants admission to the congress on Friday, June 10, 2022 (Membership Status irrelevant)
Single Day Ticket SAT
The ticket grants admission to the congress on Saturday, June 11, 2022 (Membership Status irrelevant)

SOCIAL EVENTS

WELCOME RECEPTON 
Friday, June 10 | 18:30
Am Yachthafen 1
18119 Rostock-Warnemünde

We kindly invite all ESSR delegates to the Welcome Reception on Friday evening to enjoy a glas of wine with your colleagues
after such a long break.

SOCIAL EVENTS

GALA DINNER
Saturday, June 11
Kurhaus Warnemünde
Price per ticket EUR 80,-

All participants are invited to round off the meeting at this very special location, enjoying a breathtaking view on the seaside.
Don‘t miss it – Places are limited.

ESSR 2022 CONGRESS VENUE Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne GmbH

ESSR 2022 CONGRESS VENUE Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne GmbH

ESSR 2022 CONGRESS VENUE Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne GmbH

ESSR 2022 CONGRESS VENUE Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne GmbH

MEETING VENUE & HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

ESSR 2022 CONGRESS VENUE

Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne GmbH
Am Yachthafen 1
D-18119 Rostock-Warnemünde

The conference center is located in Warnemünde, offering a breathtaking view over the Baltic Sea.
A public ferry (about a five minute ride) connects the conference center area with Warnemünde.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

In cooperation with Rostock Convention Bureau, a large number of hotel rooms (approx 700 rooms) have been blocked for ESSR congress participants. Various hotels in Warnemünde (including the congress venue hotel) and Rostock city can be booked via these booking links below. Bookings are subject to availability. Please note this is a third party service provided by an external company.

Hotel Accommodation at the conference venue Yachthafenresident Hohe Düne – please contact Marie-Christin Reinecke, from Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne GmbH. mc.reinecke@yhd.de

Hotel Accommodation in the close surrounding area: https://www.meet-rostockregion.de/buchung/essr-congress-2022.html

Rostock – how to reach us

There are many easy ways to reach the beautiful city of Rostock.
From Berlin or Hamburg airport, you can take the direct ICE connection to the beautiful holiday destination directly to the beach in Warnemünde.

Travel by Plane & Train

The nearest airports besides Rostock Airport are Hamburg Airport and Berlin Airport.
From there you have good train connections to Rostock.

  • Rostock Airport
  • Berlin Brandenburg BER Airport > Train to Warnemünde (2.5 hours, direct connections)
  • Hamburg Airport > Train to Hamburg Main Station > Train to Rostock Main Station > Train to Warnemünde (3 hours)

Train Tickets via Deutsche Bahn: https://www.bahn.com/en

Travel by Car

The Hanseatic City of Rostock is located directly in the hub between the metropolises Berlin, Hamburg, Copenhagen and Szczecin. The motorways A19 and A20 meet here. The A19, a part of the European route E 55, links the Hanseatic City with metropolises throughout Europe, from Sweden to Greece. The A20 motorway forms the link from Schleswig-Holstein to Szczecin.

Travel by Ship

Scandlines Deutschland GmbH – www.scandlines.de
Connection: Rostock-Gedser (trip duration: approx. 2 h)

TT-Line GmbH & Co KG – www.TTLine.com
Connection: Rostock-Trelleborg (trip duration: 5,30 h – day; 7 h – night)

Stena Line Scandinavia AB – www.StenaLine.de
Connection: Rostock-Trelleborg (trip duration: 5,30 h – day; 7 h – night)

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

The Congress Chair is supported by, and should closely cooperate with, a local organizing committee (LOC) consisting of a well-balanced choice of representatives of the national society of MSK radiology or of a national MSK working group approved by the ESSR.

Local Organizing Committee 2022:
Marc-André Weber || Andrea Baur-Melnyk || Thomas Grieser || Andreas Heuck || Theresa Pehlke || Christoph Schäffeler || Frank Roemer