Exhibitions, Meetings and Symposia


Lunchtime Symposium: State-of-the-art Approaches to Efficient and Reliable IMRT/VMAT QA

December 2016 - March 2017

OSL’s popular lunchtime symposium is back for 2016-2017. Asia, OSL's medical physicist, will be visiting physics departments in England throughout December - March to demo products and present on the following topics:

  • Introduction to OSL
  • IMRT/VMAT QA challenges
  • IBA Compass with MXX/Dolphin
  • Mobius 3D/FX
  • Dosimetry Check
  • Q&A Session and discussion

Lunch will be included. Contact OSL to book a date for your department.

Lunch

4th ABS Multidisciplinary Meeting

16th January 2017, London

Radiotherapy and Immediate Breast Reconstruction - are they compatible? Find out more and view the programme here.


Annual Radiotherapy Conference

27th - 29th January, Hilton Newcastle Gateshead

A key event in the College calendar, this annual 3-day conference continues to inspire and empower the profession. Several keynote speakers, all of whom are expert practitioners in their field, will present on a range of topical issues, including the Cancer Taskforce implementation, implications for radiotherapy services and the future therapeutic radiographer workforce.

Lectures consider equality and diversity for patient-centred care, patient safety, paperless working and the diverse roles available to the profession. Peer-reviewed proffered paper sessions enable radiographers to share their research and experiences of service development. These thought-provoking and inspirational sessions are designed to generate debate and discussion.

Meeting website


Image-Guided Radiotherapy in Clinical Practice

23rd - 25th February, The Royal Marsden Conference Centre, London

This course is designed to help clinicians, physicists and radiographers to develop programmes for the clinical implementation of image guided radiotherapy. Visit OSL's stand where we will be displaying IMRT QA products on Thursday 23rd February.

More information and programme



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