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Image Guided and Adaptive Radiotherapy in Clinical Practice: Including SABR Topics

7-9 February 2019

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Course overview

This course is designed to help clinicians, physicists and radiographers to develop comprehensive programmes for the clinical implementation of image guided radiotherapy. The course has been awarded 19 RCR Category I CPD credits under The Royal College of Radiologists CPD scheme.

The curriculum covers many practical aspects and includes hands-on practical sessions, image matching, QA and dosimetry. It is recommended that a team of oncologist, physicist and radiographer from the same centre attend together. 

The course is for three days and included in the cost are a set of lecture notes, a digital copy of the actual presentations, lunches, refreshments, cheese and wine and a course dinner on the evening of Thursday 7 February 2019.

Day one: Introduces multi-modality and functional imaging for the delivery of complex radiotherapy, discusses future developments as well as an introduction to the principles of IGRT, and clinical site implementation.

Day two: Lectures on head and neck, breast, prostate and lung clinical trials, SABR and image verification. FFF and small field dosimetry and QA with SABR.

Day three: Practical hands-on sessions on the use of Image Guidance protocols, QA, Dosimetry, and a journey through the patient pathway.


Downloads

Download the IG-ART 2019 Booking Form and Registration flyer for detailed course information.

Payment Options

 Credit/Debit cards: Please contact the Course secretary if you wish to pay via this method

 BACS/ Overseas transfers: Please contact the Course secretary for details


 

Course organisers

  • Ms Margaret Bidmead
  • Dr  Helen McNair
  • Dr Emma Harris

Contacts

Sandra Poku (Course Secretary)
Tel: 020 7808 2501
Fax: 020 7808 2522

This course has been accredited under The Royal College of Radiologists CPD scheme

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