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An update about SIR 2021
SIR is bringing its 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting to your community in March with a completely online event.
The Annual Meeting Committee and staff are already hard at work developing a vibrant and engaging #SIR2021, and we are confident we will deliver the valuable and high-quality programming you expect from the Annual Scientific Meeting.
Over the coming months, as we unveil our educational and scientific programming, we will also roll out our plans to bring the IR community together outside the session rooms with alternative formats for our events, committee meetings and Expo hall.
Stay tuned to sirmeeting.org, as we announce new and exciting facets of our meeting of the future.
SIR statement: “We believe in diversity and inclusion”
Society of Interventional Radiology President Michael D. Dake, MD, FSIR, and Diversity and Inclusiveness Group Chair Paul J. Rochon, MD, FSIR, issued a statement on June 3 supporting diversity and combating racial inequality in America.
SIR staffing and office update
Effective March 17, SIR is encouraging staff to telework 100% of the time to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. The SIR headquarters office in Fairfax will remain open for package delivery, mail, essential accounting functions and limited IT support. We are confident that SIR’s technological capabilities enable our entire team to work seamlessly from remote locations and will answer your emails and phone calls per usual during SIR business hours, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. For a list SIR staff members, click here.
Careers in IR
SIR’s Career HQ is the premier electronic recruitment resource for interventional radiology, where users find new positions or exceptional candidates.
Employers can access the most qualified talent pool with relevant work experience to fill the positions of physician or medical physicist in the practice of diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, or radiation oncology.Learn more
Voices for IR
SIR is proud to announce its new advocacy program, Voices for IR. This program allows member volunteers to serve as an extension of SIR's advocacy team to help achieve legislative & regulatory goals and educate lawmakers and about interventional radiology.
SIR members who take part in the Voices for IR program can select between two program levels and become either an Advocate or Envoy. Regardless of the program level, you will receive the same benefits.Get involved
Introducing VIRTEX—SIR's new data registry
SIR is launching a new IR quality registry with an emphasis on integrating analytics and improved service to support outcomes, to advance research, and to demonstrate safety, effectiveness and value on behalf of participants. With the arrival of VIRTEX, interventional radiology takes a step forward in advancing patient care and enhancing recognition of the specialty's capabilities. The new data registry will be the gold standard for clinical IR data to drive improvements in quality, practice performance and innovation.Learn more