Accelerated Education Program

 

IGRT Education Course

 

2013 - 2014 Course Dates

High Precision Radiation Therapy & Management for Brain Tumours - April 24-26, 2014
Course Leader: Drs. Caroline Chung and Normand Laperriere
Guest Faculty: Ian Paddick MSc, Gamma Knife Centre, Cromwell Hospital, London, UK​
Head & Neck IM/IGRT Education Course - October 23-25, 2014
Course Leader: Drs. John Waldron and Meredith Giuliani
Guest Faculty: TBA

Image-Guided Radiation Therapy

Remarkable advances in imaging technology can now be harnessed to enhance target localization. Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) is rapidly revolutionizing the planning and delivery of radiation therapy in the treatment of cancer.
 

These unique education programs offer the opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge and strategies that will help you successfully apply and implement the principles of image guidance into your own radiotherapy practice. The inaugural Course, now referred to as the ‘Foundations Course’, has been offered since 2005 and continues to evolve in response to changing technology, applications, and evidence-based practice. Beginning in 2011, disease site-specific courses were introduced in Liver SBRT, Lung SBRT, Head and Neck, and most recently Paraspinal. These more focused courses will still cover the fundamental principles of IGRT, but will do so within the unique context of their particular disease site. At the conclusion of any course, participants will be able to:

  • Adopt innovative IGRT approaches in clinical practice
  • Expand opportunities for image guided radiotherapy practice 
  • Make informed decisions in the context of IGRT.
Participants will be encouraged to learn in a collaborative environment by participating in interprofessional teams consisting of oncologists, physicists, dosimetrists and therapists.
 
 
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