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04 August 2021

ASM Highlights for RO Trainees

ASM highlights for RO Trainees

There's a lot for Radiation Oncology Trainees to be excited about at the RANZCR ASM 2021! This years ASM will be delivered as a hybrid event - in person, virtual and on demand. With exclusive content and delegate-only access to resources, attending virtually has never been so good! Attendees will have access to all talks for 120 days post conference before these are made available to members. Don't miss out!

Take a look at some of the highlights for Radiation Oncology Trainees below, view the program and register now!

Friday 17 September 2021

Trainee Assessment Reform: Clinical Radiology
The TAR project has now officially moved into the final stage of implementation and the College plan to launch the new Clinical Radiology Training Program in February 2022 for all trainees.This session will provide College members with a comprehensive overview of the new training program, particularly the key changes to the curriculum, assessments, learning activities and progression rules.

 

Improving Medical Student Education in Radiation Oncology: Dr Carmen Swanton (NSW)

 

Faculty of Radiation Oncology: Mentoring Program

The Faculty of Radiation Oncology has been piloting a Mentoring program since January 2021. Following from the success of this pilot, a Mentoring Program has been established for Faculty of Radiation Oncology Trainees and Fellows. Details on the program for 2022 and testimonials from the pilot participants will be provided at this session

 

Trainee and Junior Radiologists Reception: Boatbuilders Yard

 MelbASM 2021

Saturday 18 September 2021

Trainee Learning Day

  • Breast Nodal Irradiation Dr Desiree van den Bongard (NL)
  • Pelvic Radiotherapy in intact and salvage prostate radiotherapy Prof Andrew Loblaw (CA) Trainee Forum Radiation Oncology Trainee Committee
  • How to be a Radiation Oncologist Clinician Scientist and Academic Dr Sweet Ping Ng & Dr Joe Sia, Radiation Oncology Research Committee
  • Career development opportunities in imaging informatics A/Prof Clifton David Fuller (USA)
  • Beyond Phase 2: what isn’t in the fellowship exam Navigating MDMs
  • Demystifying Private Practice
  • Changes in practice of small cell lung cancer Dr Fiona McDonald
  • High risk and advanced endometrial cancer Dr Stephanie de Boer
  • Total Neoadjuvant Rectal Therapy Prof David Sebag-Montefiore
  • Molecular biomarkers and their impact on glioma biology and response to treatment Prof Anthony Chalmers


Fellowship Opportunities Session:

  • USA: Dr Sweet Ping Ng
  • Canada: Dr Hendrick Tan
  • EORTC: Dr Rachel Effeney

 

View the program or register here now!