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RSSA congress sponsorship.

The Medical Imaging Society of South Africa (MISA) and member companies Siemens Healthcare, GE Healthcare, Philips Medical Systems and AEC Amersham have announced a generous sponsorship of R20 000, to be applied in the form of a refund of R1 000 to each of up to 20 registrars who incur long-distance travel and accommodation expenses in attending RSSA congresses and workshops.

The terms of the sponsorship are that the first 20 registrars who register and pay their registration fees by the 'early bird' deadline will receive a refund of R1 000 after the course ends. Awarding the sponsorships depends on the course location and where the participants come from; for the congress in Sandton (see below), for example, Gauteng registrars will be excluded from sponsorship. This is to ensure that recipients are those who have to pay for airfare and accommodation.

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Title Annotation:RADIOACTIVE NEWS; radiological society of south africa
Author:van Rensburg, L. Janse
Publication:South African Journal of Radiology
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:6SOUT
Date:Dec 1, 2008
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