EBNR / European Diplomas / European Diploma in Neuroradiology / 2. Eligibility Criteria and Terms & Conditions
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The EBNR has to ensure that a candidate fulfills all requirements before participating in the final examination. The decision of the EBNR to accept a candidate for the examination is based on a complete online registration, documentation and records. Those who take the examination agree that they are bound by the EBNR rulings regarding credentials and examination scores.

Those who take the examination agree that they are bound by the EBNR's rulings regarding credentials and examination scores.

The requirements to be eligible to take part in the final examination for the European Diploma of Neuroradiology (EDiNR) are:

• The candidate is a certified radiologist or neuroradiologist for at least 2 years (see note 1)

The candidate has completed all four modules of the European Course in Neuroradiology (ECNR) or ECNR-LATAM and successfully passed all the courses' written examinations (see note 2). There is no specific time frame the 4 ECNR modules must be completed in order to be eligible for the EDiNR.

The candidate should be a full member of ESNR when applying for the examination. Associate, Junior or institutional membership is not accepted.

• Radiologists must be ESR Members (see note 3)

• Completion of online registration

• Payment of examination fee

Additional notes:

1. The candidate must be a certified radiologist for at least two years. In other words, he/she must have completed their radiology training according to her/his local national regulations at least two years ago.

Proof of completion of specialist training by the national certifying body must be submitted with the application. Certifications must be officially translated into English. Autocertification is not sufficient.

1.1. This point refers to candidates who undertake dedicated training in neuroradiology only; currently this refers to trainees in Portugal. The candidate must provide official confirmation from the national certifying body demonstrating that they are undertaking official training in neuroradiology or is a neuroradiologist. Confirmation of the expected date of completion of neuroradiology training is required for those candidates in their final year of training. This should take the form of a letter from the local head of training.

1.2. A candidate who has completed his or her radiology training in a non-European country, is welcome to sit the examination when this training or experience is deemed adequate by the EBNR Committee,

2. Candidates from South American countries may complete all four modules either at LATAM or at the European Course of Neuroradiology (ECNR) and passed the written examinations associated with each of these modules.

3. Candidates that are Radiologists must be ESR Individual Members. ESNR Full Members that have agreed to allow ESNR to share their information with third parties are automatically ESR Individual Members.

4. The candidate must have sufficient ability in the English language to communicate with foreign colleagues, to study international literature and to master the examination.

5. The Certificate of the ECNR will be awarded to all doctors, regardless of individual speciality, who pass all four sets of courses' written examination, starting with the XII cycle of the European Course of Neuroradiology (ECNR).

Please note that candidates, regardless of individual speciality, who are NOT certified radiologists CANNOT sit for the final examination for the European Diploma in Neuroradiology (EDiNR).

These terms and conditions serve as a binding contract between the European Board of Neuroradiology (EBNR) and the candidate of European Diploma in Neuroradiology (EDiNR) examinations.