The European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging® (ECVDI®) is an organisation whose goals are to advance veterinary diagnostic imaging in Europe and increase the competence of those who practise in this field.
The college establishes guidelines for post-graduate education and experience prerequisite for becoming a specialist in veterinary diagnostic imaging, and also examines and certifies veterinarians as specialists in veterinary diagnostic imaging to serve the veterinary profession and the public in general.
The ECVDI® membership consists of Diplomates, Associate Members, Honorary Members, and Retired Members. There are currently 269 practicing Diplomates, 25 Associate Members, 5 Honorary Members. There are also 111 residents active in the College.
Selected ECVDI® Diplomates carry the add on title in radiation oncology. Those individuals are qualified to provide expert care in treating your pet with radiation therapy, as commonly applied in cancer treatment using specialised radiation therapy equipment.
ECVDI® Diplomates are a vital part of the health care team that cares for all types of animals. The interaction between you and your primary care veterinarian is enhanced by specialist interpretation of diagnostic images, helping the team provide the best possible care for your animal.
Specialists in diagnostic imaging are an important part of the patient care team. ECVDI® Diplomates are on top of the rapid advancement in technology that has resulted in digital imaging and advanced cross-sectional techniques. Diplomates are available in University and private practice to provide expert interpretation of all types of images.
In addition, the ECVDI® is promoting the establishment of the speciality of radiation therapy in Europe by means of the add on programme, which allows ECVDI® or ECVIM-CA [Oncol] Diplomates to gain this title and provide expert care to veterinary patients with cancer and other diseases responsive to radiation therapy.
The annual EVDI Conference will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland from 16-19 September 2020.
The add on radiation oncology programme has been established in collaboration with the ECVIM-CA [Oncol] and currently has a total membership of 17 members (10 ECVDI® Diplomates) and 2 active trainees.
Please submit Form E to the ECVDI® Admin to initiate your registration. Once this has been processed you will recieve a username and password to access the the payment area of the website.
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