evdi_logoWhat is EVDI?

EVDI (European Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging) has
been formed to group information common to both
EAVDI and ECVDI under the same roof. This website will
act as a portal to access both affiliated organizations, and
to house information of interest to both groups including
education, events, and careers.

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European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

ECVDI (European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging) is the governing body for granting specialist status in veterinary diagnostic imaging in the European Union.

Diagnostic imaging is defined as the specialty of "diagnosis with the aid of images representing anatomy, physiology and pathology of the body, predominantly by radiology and ultrasonography, but also by nuclear medicine, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging."

The primary objectives of the College are to advance veterinary diagnostic imaging in Europe and increase the competence of those who practise in this field by:

  1. establishing guidelines for post-graduate education and experience
    prerequisite to becoming a specialist in veterinary diagnostic imaging;
  2. examining and certifying veterinarians as specialists in veterinary
    diagnostic imaging to serve the veterinary profession and the public in general;
  3. encouraging research and other contributions to knowledge relating to diagnostic imaging , and promoting communication and dissemination of this knowledge.
Membership is generally limited to those who have passed the certifying examination and achieved European Veterinary Specialist status.

eavdi_logoEuropean Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

EAVDI (European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging): is a non-profit association encompassing all aspects of diagnostic imaging, with the aim of sharing knowledge and expertise as well as providing social and networking opportunities. Membership, which is open to members of the veterinary and medical professions as well as other workers who are interested in these subjects, includes most of the specialists in veterinary diagnostic imaging in Europe.