Events in the United Kingdom

 BIR Annual Radiotherapy and Oncology Meeting 2021: Teaching Session - Dosimetry and detector

Date: 17th May 2021 13:00 - 14:00

Virtual teaching session on Dosimetry and Adaptive featuring Russell Thomas

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Live Webinar - New Evidence for Hepatocellular Carcinoma SBRT Treatment with the CyberKnife® System

Date: 18th May 2021 at 13:00 BST

In this webinar Dr. Song will discuss how SBRT survival outcomes are comparable between surgical resection and radiofrequency ablation for patients with small-sized hepatocellular carcinoma. As well as how SBRT could be a bridging therapy for hepatocellular carcinoma before liver transplantation. The session will be moderated by Jason Chia-Hsien Cheng, M.D., M.S., Ph.D., FASTRO, National Taiwan University College of Medicine, Taipei, Taiwan.

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The Potential of Proton Therapy: A Virtual Symposium

Date: 20th May 2021 at 14:00 to 19:30 

This free online event is brought to you by the Rutherford Cancer Centres; the UK's only network of proton therapy centres

Join us for an opportunity to network and review cases, covering a range of body sites, including breast, brain, gastrointestinal and prostate. Partners of the Rutherford Cancer Centres will also support this event with innovative research discussions, clinical updates and a keynote speech, delivered by an international guest speaker on the future of proton therapy.

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Live Webinar - Glioblastoma re-irradiation with the CyberKnife® System with Frédéric Dhermain M.D. Ph.D. and Sarah Dumont, M.D., Ph.D., Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France

Date: 15th June 2021 at 15:00 BST

Because most patients with glioblastoma (GBM) will recur, mainly within the first radiation therapy (RT) volume, consequently the question of re-RT, post or instead of reoperation, is critical in our daily practice. As there is no standard in this situation of first recurrence, it seems relevant to share and exchange with the neuro-oncologic community about our 10 year- experience of GBM re-irradiation, with and without concomitant Bevacizumab, particularly with the CyberKnife system, which holds in our opinion a very unique place.   

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Medical Physics and Engineering Conference 2021 - Breaking Through Barriers

Date: 21st-23rd September 2021

IPEM are delighted to announce that the annual MPEC 2021 will again be held online from the 21st- 23rd September 2021.

The event with the theme 'Breaking Through Barriers' will showcase all the best science and learning within the field, as well as offer opportunities for training and networking, alongside updates from key people within our industry.

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Recorded Webinars

SGRT Bitesize courses

Sign up for access to a series of 10 short videos that will increase your knowledge about SGRT, how it can be implemented, and how this non-contact motion management technique can improve patient safety and comfort alongside treatment accuracy and throughput.

This course has been developed specifically for Medical Physicists, covering key patient groups as well as important processes such as commissioning and validation. Videos have been edited to bitesize format to fit busy schedules, with the option of regular updates to help you learn at a steady pace.

Proton Radiotherapy 2

Professor Stuart Green, Dr Adrian Crellin and Hazel Pennington
British Institute of Radiology
1 CPD Credit

Proton Radiotherapy 3

Professor Stuart Green, Dr Adrian Crellin and Hazel Pennington
British Institute of Radiology
1 CPD Credit

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Clinical MR Guided Radiotherapy

Professor Andy Beavis
British Institute of Radiology
1 CPD Credit

Proton and Particle Radiotherapy

Professor Stuart Green, Dr Adrian Crellin and Hazel Pennington
British Institute of Radiology

1 CPD Credit

SRS webinar

Dr Aditya Gupta


ISRS Webinar - Radiation Necrosis/ARE: Difficulties with Diagnosis and Treatment

September 25, 2020, 1:00PM


Samuel CHAO, MD

Tomotherapy® for breast cancer in a clinical practice

Date: Wed 21 October 2020

Time: 8:00 PDT

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An Introduction to Radiation Oncology: From Diagnosis to Survivorship

Online course: Learn about how radiation therapy is used to treat cancer including current treatments and exciting innovations on the horizon.

Proton Beam Therapy (eProton)

Developed in partnership by the RCR, the College of Radiographers, the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine and e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH), the Proton Beam Therapy programme, e-Proton, is designed to support the education and training of staff in preparation for the opening of the first NHS proton beam therapy (PBT) centres in the UK. The programme has been designed for all staff groups working in NHS radiotherapy and related services, especially those in referral or support centres.

MR-image guided radiotherapy

In this lecture, Professor Bas Raaymakers discusses the operational and clinical merits of the 1.5 T MRI machine. He outlines how simultaneous use of the machine and radiotherapy can enable dose accumulation and allows for plan adaptation. This lecture was filmed at the BT Convention Centre, Liverpool for the NCRI Cancer Conference on 7th November 2017.
The Royal College of Radiologists

Proton Therapy in the era of value-based health care

Proton Therapy in the era of value-based health care
Professor Hahn shares his research on proton therapy in a world with an ever growing need for value-based health care. Covering the three generations of proton therapy, particle therapy across the world and lessons learned. This lecture was filmed at the ‘NCRI Cancer Conference’ conference at the ACC in Liverpool. Date of Lecture: 8th November 2016.
The Royal College of Radiologists

Why are companies not combining drug use with Radiotherapy?

Why are companies not combining drug use with Radiotherapy
Professor Chalmers in this lecture takes you through the reasons why drug companies don’t provide access to drugs for use in combination with Radiotherapy. Covering items such as radiotherapy and oncology, the lag time in initiating clinical testing of new drugs and if we can do better? This lecture was filmed at the ‘NCRI Cancer Conference’ conference at the ACC in Liverpool. Date of Lecture: 8th November 2016.
The Royal College of Radiologists

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Motion management in radiotherapy from planning CT to IGRT

Motion management in radiotherapy from planning CT to IGRT
Professor Marcel Van Herk discusses motion management in radiotherapy from planning CT to IGRT. Professor Van Herk gives an overview of the mid-ventilation method versus mid-position CT and discusses respiratory signal extraction. This lecture was filmed at the ‘NCRI Cancer Conference’ meeting at the ACC in Liverpool.
The Royal College of Radiologists

Radionuclide Calibrator Course

The Radionuclide Calibrator e-Learning Course has been designed to support the effective use of radionuclide calibrators, in a clinical setting. It delivers the right skills and strategies when operating them, and provides a methodological approach when implementing quality assurance tasks, and identifying sources of uncertainty.
National Physics Laboratory (NPL)

Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations

e-IRMER is an interactive online training resource supporting the training of NHS healthcare professionals in the Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations 2000 (amended 2006) (IR(ME)R).
e-Learning for Healthcare

Advanced Radiotherapy

Radiotherap-e is a web-based e-learning resource produced in partnership with The Royal College of Radiologists, the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine, the Society and College of Radiographers, and HEE e-Learning for Healthcare.
e-Learning for Healthcare

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International Events

LTWRAP 3rd Biennial Global Conference

Conference date: October 2020

LTWRAP began in 2016 as an two-day conference held at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK. Initially conceived by colleagues chatting on Social Media, the first event brought together medical radiation science professionals (radiographers) from all over the world who were interested in advanced practice. After the successful meeting, the ripples of LTWRAP continued to spread, leading to the second conference at the Michener Institute in Toronto, Canada in 2018. The next LTWRAP conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia in October 2020.

Today, LTWRAP is a global group of people working towards the advancement of the medical radiation sciences professions.

Our ethos is to:

  • Share and develop best practice

  • Promote our profession

  • Inspire the next generation

  • Provide peer support and encouragement

As well as learning about the past conferences we hope you find some useful resources and connections.

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