2019 Radiation Oncology Conference for Therapists and Dosimetrists
Each year, hundreds of radiation therapists and dosimetrists from around the United States and Canada attend this conference in Niagara Falls, NY, to learn about creative solutions and resources to address clinical and administrative issues in radiation oncology. This video series from the 2019 conference shares updates about: increasingly complex and changing treatments, the latest research, treatment planning, quality assurance, patient safety, and clinical and administrative support issues.
Radiation of the Pelvis: The Radiation Therapist’s PerspectivePatricia M. Chapin, RTT, shares patient setup and immobilization methods for radiation treatment to the pelvic region. This session will increase the attendee’s ability to think outside the box during simulation, how patient positioning ...
Pelvic Irradiation: A Dosimetrist’s PerspectiveLee Culp, MS, CMD, RT(T), provides and dosimetrist's perspective on pelvic irradiation. The Dosimetry portion of the Pelvis Irradiation Symposium will focus on planning various sites within the Pelvis. We will highlight planning tips and ...
Radiation Therapy of Patients with Cardiac Implantable Devices: Dosimetric Evaluation and Clinical ManagementIris Wang, PhD, DABR, FAAPM, discusses how radiation therapy affects patients with cardiac implantable devices.
Take 2 Aspirin and Call Me in the Morning: Re-evaluating Old Drugs for the Modern EraAnurag Singh, MD reviews data for the effects of common drugs such as aspirin and beta-blockers in outcomes with radiation for a variety of malignancies.
Director of Radiation Research, Department of Radiation Medicine
Co-Leader, Cell Stress and Biophysical Therapies Program
Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education, Research
Staff Physicist, Department of Radiation Medicine
Director, Quality Assurance Program Department of Radiation Medicine