Event Highlights

Opening Session
April 30, 11:15 am – 12:30 pm, Room N, Hall E
It will feature the traditional opening speeches and the ceremony of honors.

Plenary Session 2
May 1, 10 am – 10:30 am, Room N, Hall E

Plenary Session 3
May 1, 10 am – 10:30 am, Room E, Hall F

Plenary Session 4
May 2, 10 am – 10:30 am, Room N, Hall E

Image Interpretation Session (CCRP)
May 1, 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm, Room N, Hall E

Digital Education Village

Innovation Village
Following the trends of intense transformation that radiology and all health sectors have been undergoing in recent years, SPR created the Innovation Village, a space opened in 2019 and which will continue to stand out in 2020.
Located in Hall G, this village is accessible to all event visitors. There will be presentations, demonstrations, and discussions on Innovation in Health and Artificial Intelligence, with all players involved in the area, such as Universities, Innovation Labs, Open Innovation Spaces, Diagnostic Medicine Services, and Hardware and Software Manufacturers. There will also be times for networking between participants (coffee break). In this same place, there is also the recording of SPR Highlights, the SPR talk show available on its YouTube channel.
The focus of this Village is innovative solutions, especially with regard to the use of new technologies, being discussed from the operation of the products to the value generated in use cases and the impact on the profession of the radiologist. In times where there is a high expectation of using new technologies, we expect from participants an approach that helps the radiologist to differentiate the promises of the market from the real value generated for the medical practice and health of our patients.

Intervention Village
Unprecedented action at JPR focused only on Image Guided Intervention and inspired by the experience of the French Radiology Meeting, the Intervention Village will be an open space in the event technical exhibition that will feature lectures and practical demonstrations of products and equipment. It will be an excellent opportunity for attendees to know the techniques of Image Guided Intervention and compare, during the JPR and in the same space of the event, the brands acting in this promising market. At intervals of the Intervention Village scientific grid, the sponsoring companies may also present classes in the space.

Ultrasound Village
Successful at JPR 2019, the Ultrasound Village will again be one of the highlights of the event. It is a space located in the event technical exhibition, open to all interested, which offers a presentation of ultrasound theoretical classes, followed by a practical demonstration with US equipment in models. In the same environment, there will be on display the ultrasound equipment of Diagnostic Imaging leading manufacturers. These pieces of equipment will be organized into six practical demonstration stations, and the space visitor will be able to test the different brands and answer their questions directly with the responsible company. Also, in this space, in the intervals of the scientific grid of the Ultrasound Village, the sponsoring companies may present classes on strategic topics.

During those sessions, the attendee has the opportunity to follow the case presentation made by the lecturer and participate dynamically in the activity, voting through the smartphone or tablet in the diagnostic option that s/he considers correct. After the vote, you will still have the opportunity to check how the others voted, knowing the percentage of hits and misses in the room. Check out the interactive classes in the event program.

The main JPR exhibitors traditionally promote lunchtime Symposiums with presentations by renowned professionals of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging and even Health in general. These activities always take place from 12:45 pm to 1:45 pm, in the event's classrooms. The final Symposium schedule will be available on the JPR 2020 Official Program.

The Cases of the Day challenge takes place on the first and second days of JPR. Each day, selected cases are presented on the Section monitors, located next to the SPR Member room in Hall F, for event participants to point out their diagnoses.

To participate, simply evaluate the cases presented and inform your Diagnostic option. The result will always be disclosed on the day following the presentation of the cases, along with the names of the right radiologists.

JPR has a tradition of presenting to the public books of significant importance to the Radiology sector, as one of the main objectives of the event is to spread and deepen the knowledge in this area. For more information, visit the Hall D book launch lounge near the SPR booth.