This section presents curricula the ESR has developed in association with other societies.

Core curriculum for medical physicists in radiology (ESR-EFOMP)

Some years ago it was decided that a European curriculum should be elaborated for medical physicists professionally engaged in the support of clinical diagnostic imaging departments. With this in mind, ESR and EFOMP (European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics) nominated a joint expert working group to develop a curriculum.
The curriculum is intended to promote best patient care in radiology departments through the harmonisation of education and training of medical physicists to a high standard in diagnostic radiology. To view the curriculum please click here.

Core curriculum for medical physicists in radiology. Recommendations from an EFOMP/ESR working group
Volume 3 (2012) Number 3 (Jun), p.197-200, DOI: 10.1007/s13244-012-0170-3

Multimodality imaging curriculum (ESR-EANM)

The Multimodality Imaging Curriculum is a joint European initiative between the EANM and the ESR to define the scope of training for medical specialists in hybrid imaging. The curriculum is a framework outline that may be used by member societies where appropriate to form the basis of discussion on the optimisation of further training of medical specialists.

Multimodality Imaging Training Curriculum - general recommendations.
Volume 2 (2011), Number 2 (Apr), p.99-101, DOI: 10.1007/s13244-011-0067-6


Multimodality Imaging Training Curriculum — Parts II and III
Volume 3 (2012) Number 3 (Jun), p.191-196, DOI: 10.1007/s13244-012-0172-1