Networking opportunities for radiation oncology staff
Medical Imaging Workshop: Principles, Practice & Pioneering
Upcoming event 16-17th February 2018
A multidisciplinary panel of international, interstate and local speakers will explore all aspects of medical imaging, suitable for DIMP, ROMP & RT trainees and experienced practitioners alike.
Supported by the WA Department of Health, Cancer and Palliative Care Network, Australasian College of Physical Scientists & Engineers in Medicine, the University of Western Australia Medical Physics Research Group and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.
Friday 16 February (9-5pm) Medical Imaging for Physicists
- A grounding in the physics of diagnostic image generation, properties of each modality and data handling.
- Exploring the role of new radiopharmiceuticals for diagnostic and therapeutical purposes.
- How do you do a CAT scan on a rat? Discovering the challenges of Imaging in pre-clinical research.
Saturday 17 February (9-1pm) Imaging Applications in Radiotherapy
- A more clinical radiotherapy based program covering current practice, novel techniques and future directions of imaging throughout the radiotherapy pathway.
- In the age of image guidance it is often easy to forget about the role of imaging before and after treatment.
- Illustrated with examples of best practice, reports on projects etc.
Venue: Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, CC1. Tea/coffee and lunch will be provided.
Registration: Free however, space is limited. Please register for each day (contact organiser for password). If you have dietary requirements, please advise the organiser.
Registration closes on 2 February 2018.