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Today's IMRT: Optimizing IMRT in contemporary radiotherapy practiceExplore the evolution of IMRT in this 2-day interactive course; reviewing foundational concepts and applications as well as highlighting new IMRT approaches in contemporary practices. Quality and safety considerations for modern-day IMRT will also be addressed.
Over the past decade, Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) has emerged as the contemporary standard of care for patients with many forms of cancer. It exploits technologies that minimize treatment side effects, while giving definitive radiation doses to diseased tissue. The course was developed to share a unique interprofessional approach to patient treatment and program development to give professionals an opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills in this area.
This two-day education course will offer participants the opportunity to:
Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) Education Course - October 2013 [PDF, opens in new window]
Educational credits are assessed on a per-course basis. Below is a sampling of the credits awarded for the last iteration of the course, but these are subject to change.
General registration fee is
$2,000 CDN. This fee includes:
Confirmation of registration will be provided upon receipt of payment.
DO NOT book non-refundable travel until your registration has been confirmed.
*Discounts are only applicable to general registration pricing. Discounts may not be applied to trainee pricing.
These policies are subject to change without notice.