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Minimising variation in target volume delineation is an important quality standard in the delivery of radiation therapy. The aim of this document is to provide consensus guidelines on measures that can be undertaken by radiation oncologists, trainees and radiation oncology departments to achieve this aim. They should be considered and modified to individual and departmental circumstances.
Quality Guidelines for Volume Delineation in Radiation Oncology
The Faculty of Clinical Radiology is seeking member feedback on the paper Towards Interoperability: Clinical Radiology Forging the Path Ahead, A Vision for Clinical Radiology in the World of Digital Health. This paper sets out our vision for a future that harnesses the true potential of digital health providing a seamless and secure communications flow of patient information between clinical radiology and the rest of the healthcare system. Our priorities, detailed in the paper are: standardised terminology; the establishment of an eReferral system; access to historic images; development of imaging guidelines; and the managed roll out of artificial intelligence (AI).
This guideline is intended to advise Fellows, Members and other individuals on how written reports on imaging studies are expected to be prepared for all modality types performed in Australia and New Zealand.
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