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 = Joint Faculty = Clinical oncology = Clinical radiology

Week commencing 4 October 2021

Dates

08:00–10:00 (BST)

12:30–13:30 (BST)

18:00-20:00 (BST)

Monday 4 October

08:00-10:30 Proton beam therapy (PBT)
Chair: Dr Shermaine Pan 

 Cyclotron Trust symposium*
Chairs: Dr Ed Smith and Dr Yen Chang 

17:30-20:00 Horizon scanning: Stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) for oligomets disease - next steps 
Chair: Dr Ganesh Radhakrishna

Tuesday 5 October

Central nervous system (CNS) cancer: Update on standard of care and the use of proton beam therapy in adults - Lectures**
Chair: Professor Susan Short 

Please note that when purchasing this session, you will automatically be registered for the CNS planning session at 18:00. 

 

Central nervous system (CNS) cancer: Update on standard of care and the use of proton beam therapy in adults - Planning and questions and answers** 
Chair: Professor Susan Short

Please note that when purchasing this session, you will automatically be registered for the CNS lecture session at 08:00. 

Wednesday 6 October

Outlining lectures pelvis including stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR)**
Chairs: Dr Alexandra Taylor, Dr Rebecca Muirhead and Dr Louise Murray 

Please note that when purchasing this session, you will automatically be registered for the SABR outlining session at 18:00. 

Best practice in caring for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ+) patients who have cancer* 
Chairs: Dr Daniel Saunders and Dr Alison Burner

Outlining workshop pelvis including stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR)**Chairs: Dr Alexandra Taylor, Dr Rebecca Muirhead and Dr Louise Murray 

Please note that when purchasing this session, you will automatically be registered for the CNS lecture session at 08:00. 

Thursday 7 October

Clinical oncology: The global impact of COVID-19- an update two years on
Chair: Dr Kheng Yeoh 

Update of RCR radiotherapy consent forms
Chairs: Dr Tom Roques and Dr Emma Kenney-Herbert

George Edelstyn plenary lecture*

Improving cancer survival in the UK - the importance of earlier diagnosis and better treatment
Professor Sir Mike Richards, Chair of independent review of diagnostic services in the NHS (2020) and previous National Cancer Director (1999-2013)

Friday 8 October

Clinical oncology trainee session: Stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) overview for trainees – liver, lung and bone
Chair: Dr Fiona Wilson

 

Clinical oncology trainee session: Approach to reirradiation for the trainee 
Chair: Professor Peter Hoskin

Week commencing 11 October 2021

Dates

08:00–10:00 (BST)

12:30–14:00 (BST)

18:00-20:00 (BST)

Monday 11 October

Targeted locoregional therapies for liver tumours
Chairs: Dr Nadeem Shaida and Dr Ganesh Radhakrishna 

4ways Lunchtime symposium (Platinum sponsor): Worn out – How should we address the wellbeing of Radiologists post pandemic? 

Wellbeing
Chairs: Dr Nicky Thorp and Dr Teik Choon See

*Please note that part of this session is not being recorded and can only be viewed live. 

Tuesday 12 October

Making your best CESR application
Led by Ruth Gibson

 

Research in the UK – a snapshot
Chair: Dr Suma Chakrabarthi

Wednesday 13 October

Training the oncologist of the future: the new clinical oncology curriculum, acute oncology and the oncology common stem
Chair: Dr Rachel Cooper

 

4ways sponsored session (Platinum sponsor): Imaging in low resource settings – worldwide radiology

Thursday 14 October

Pandemic and vaccines – a reality check 
Chairs: Dr Ash Chakraborty and Dr Ganesh Radhakrishna 

Pancreatic cancer reporting tool*
Chairs: Dr Raneem Albazaz and
Dr Ganesh Radhakrishna

Training the radiologist of the future: an introduction to the new clinical radiology and interventional radiology curricula
Chair: Dr Stephen Harden

Friday 15 October

Medical education
Chair: Dr Linda Hacking

 

Medical education
Chair: Dr Linda Hacking

Week commencing 18 October 2021

    Dates

    08:00–10:00 (BST)

    12:30–13:30 (BST)

    18:00–20:00 (BST)

    Monday 18 October

     Paediatric oncology 
    Chair: Dr Rhianydd Williams 

    Who does it best? Quality in imaging through the lenses of UK NHS services, global teleradiology companies, and the private sector *

     Duty of candour 2021
    Chair: Professor Mark Callaway  

    Tuesday 19 October

    Healthcare in times of crisis: Impact of the pandemic on the global radiology and oncology communities and future insights
    Chairs: Dr Venkat Sudigali and Dr Hassan Abdelsalam 

     Medcurrent lunchtime 
    symposium*: iRefer Clinical decision support for radiology referrals – current state and future direction 

    Blunt and penetrating traumatic injuries: when and how interventional radiology (IR) can make a difference
    Chairs: Professor Mo Hamady and Dr Clare Bent 

    Wednesday 20 October

     Junior radiology forum session: Musculoskeletal (MSK) radiology rearls
    Chair: Dr Sian Davies 

     Balzano lunchtime symposium*
    (Silver sponsor)
    AI-driven decision support for lumbar spine MRI

    Use of radiology artificial intelligence decision support tools in stroke, an industry collaboration*
    Chairs: Professor Phil White and Dr Grant Mair 

    Thursday 21 October

    DIXON/Chemical shift imaging (CSI) in musculoskeletal (MSK) imaging; physics, utility, and interactive case discussions 
    Chair: Dr Ian Pressney

    Quality standard for imaging: 2021 revision*
    Chair: Richard Evans

    Artificial intelligence (AI) education 
    Chair: Dr Gerald Lip 

    Friday 22 October

    08:00-11:00 Artificial intelligence (AI) for radiology and oncology – warts and all
    Chairs: Dr Alexandra Taylor, Dr Delia Pudney and Dr Rizwan Malik

    12:30-13:30 Presidents plenary lecture* 
    Chair: Dr Jeanette Dickson 

    Health inequalities
    Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer 
    *Please note that this session is not being recorded and can only be viewed live. 

    Junior radiology forum session: Why is cardiac radiology important for the general radiologist
    Chair: Dr Stephen Harden 

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    Fees

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    • Most indvidual sessions cost £20
    • The clinical oncology CNS and pelvis sessions are made up of two parts, registration for both elements costs £25 (identified by ** on the schedule)
    • You can also register to attend all the sessions in each week for a discounted price of £150.
    • The are a number of free sessions (identifies by * on the schedule)