There's a story behind every woman working in IR. This September, as part of the Women in Medicine month, we are happy to offer you an insight into their inspiring journeys - if you'd like to participate in an Women in IR interview or you'd like to recommend someone to be interviewed, please contact us for more information.

There's a story behind every woman working in IR. This September, as part of the Women in Medicine month, we are happy to offer you an insight into their inspiring journeys - if you'd like to participate in an Women in IR interview or you'd like to recommend someone to be interviewed, please contact us for more information.

There's a story behind every woman working in IR. This September, as part of the Women in Medicine month, we are happy to offer you an insight into their inspiring journeys - if you'd like to participate in an Women in IR interview or you'd like to recommend someone to be interviewed, please contact us for more information.

Chaque femme en RI a son histoire. En ce mois de septembre, mois des Femmes en médecine (Women in Medicine), nous vous proposons d’en apprendre un peu plus sur leur parcours inspirant. Si vous aimeriez participer à une entrevue Femmes en RI ou nous suggérer le nom d’une collègue à interviewer, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter.

There's a story behind every woman working in IR. This September, as part of the Women in Medicine month, we are happy to offer you an insight into their inspiring journeys - if you'd like to participate in an Women in IR interview or you'd like to recommend someone to be interviewed, please contact us for more information.

A draft presentation of no more than 8-10minutes should be submitted by October 7, 2020 via email at cairservice@cairweb.ca

Hosted* via Zoom, this inaugural meeting will take place on October 28, 2020 at 8:00 PM EST and include presentations** and discussions from residents and fellows enrolled in a radiology program in Canada.

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