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Medical Imaging Convention (MIC)

 Export to Your Calendar 17/03/2020 to 18/03/2020
When: Tuesday, March 17, 2020
9:00 AM
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NEC Birmingham
North Ave
Marston Green
Birmingham, West Midlands  B40 1NT
United Kingdom

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Experience the future of medical imaging

 

The UK’s dedicated event that offers a comprehensive program on the latest innovations in imaging diagnosis and treatment.

 

Explore the inspiring features that make the Medical Imaging Convention one of the leading events for medical imaging:

  • A comprehensive CPD accredited seminar programme
  • Interactive masterclasses led by industry-defining organisations
  • Over 200 world-leading exhibitors sharing the future of medical imaging
  • Fantastic networking opportunities with fellow medical imaging professionals and management teams
  • Access to the AI & Machine Learning Convention for the latest technology improving the delivery and efficiency of medical imaging services
  • Theatres dedicated to Breast Screening, CT, MRI, Ultrasound and X-ray  

 

Join over 2000 medical imaging and healthcare professionals at one of the most progressive events in the medical industry.

 

Be the first to see the full line-up and other exclusive show features by registering for your free ticket here.

Visit the website here

THE BNMS WILL ATTENDING THIS EVENT

 

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