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4096: 2015 SCM Don't Electrocute Me!: Common Misconceptions in Imaging and Radiation Safety and What To Do About Them
Presented by Rebecca Marsh, PhD, University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 12 responding =


12139: 2017 AM Diagnostic ultrasound QA/QC
Presented by James Zagzebski, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


13192: 2018 AM Reference and Relative Dosimetry in Magnetic Fields
Presented by Gabriel Sawakuchi, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13235: 2018 AM Educating Residents in Root Cause Analysis: Why, Why, Why
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13236: 2018 AM How to teach quality and safety...even if you aren‚Äôt an expert
Presented by Courtney Buckey, PhD Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


12579: 2018 SCM Artifacts in 2D and 3D Breast Imaging: Their Origin, Presentation, and Remediation
Presented by Beth Schueler, Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13221: 2018 AM Update On Gamma Camera Testing, TG177
Presented by Osama Mawlawi, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Ctr.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


3674: 2014 AM Physics of Proton Therapy
Presented by Bijan Arjomandy PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12570: 2018 SCM Use of MRI in Radiotherapy: Technical Considerations
Presented by Yanle Hu, Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12601: 2018 SCM Automation in Treatment Planning
Presented by Laurence Edward Court, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


2836: 2005 AM Optimizing MRI Protocols - Clinical Practice and Compromises
Presented by Geoffrey Clarke, Ph.D., UT Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


2754: 2001 AM CT Simulation
Presented by Sasa Mutic, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, St. Louis, MO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13248: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12854: 2018 AM Overview of Radiation Oncology Accreditation in the U.S.
Presented by Brian Wang, PhD Univ Louisville
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13059: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13074: 2018 AM Memorial Tribute
Presented by John Antolak, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13097: 2018 AM CT
Presented by Timothy Szczykutowicz, PhD University Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13104: 2018 AM Introduction: Overview of workforce and session
Presented by Wayne Newhauser, PhD Louisiana State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13105: 2018 AM Therapy Physics
Presented by Michael Mills, PhD James Graham Brown Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13107: 2018 AM Nuclear Medicine
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, MS Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


3723: 2014 AM Radiation Risk and its Uncertainties
Presented by Donald Peck PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


3516: 2014 SS Unique Aspects of Tumor Response to High Dose Per Fraction Radiotherapy-SBRT as Ablative Therapy Part 2 of 2
Presented by Jimm Grimm, PhD.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11813: 2017 SCM Shielding Trends in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11838: 2017 SCM From Detection to Prediction: Imaging Markers of Breast Cancer Risk
Presented by Carrie Hruska, PhD, Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12568: 2018 SCM MRI Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy, Present and Future
Presented by Minsong Cao, UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12498: 2017 AM Transitioning From Mentee to Mentor in Academic Centers: Finding the Balance Between Serving the Clinic and Advancing in Academia
Presented by Yi Rong, PhD University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12709: 2018 AM QA: Past, Present, Future
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


4142: 2015 SCM Best Practices with Radiochromic Film
Presented by Maria Chan, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


3973: 2014 AM Image Quality Review I: Basics and Image Quality
Presented by J. Anthony Seibert PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11130: 2016 SCM History and Future of the X-Ray Tube: Can We Do It Better?
Presented by Rolf Behling, MSc, Philips Medical Systems DMC GmbH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


2762: 2001 AM The Physics of Total Body Irradiation
Presented by James Galvin, Thomas Jefferson Univ Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


215: 2009 AM Stereotactic Breast Biopsy: An Update for Physicists
Presented by Douglas E. Pfeiffer, MS, Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, Boulder, CO, 80303, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


91: 2012 SCM Role of Human Factors in Medical Errors and Prevention
Presented by Dr. Christopher Serago, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Radiation Oncology Dept. 4500 San Pablo Rd, Mayo Bldg 1-North, Jacksonville, FL, 32224, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


301: 2009 SS The Physics of TG-51
Presented by Dave Rogers, PhD, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


441: 2012 AM Overview of Clinical Dosimetry and Quality Assurance in Proton Therapy
Presented by Omar Zeidan, Ph.D., Oklahoma City, OK, 73142, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


463: 2012 AM Quality and Safety in Modern Brachytherapy
Presented by Susan Richardson, St. Louis,, MO, 63110, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13115: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13137: 2018 AM Federal & State Requirements
Presented by Andrew Scott, MS West Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13140: 2018 AM Machine Learning for Radiomics
Presented by Carlos Cardenas, MS MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13156: 2018 AM Patient Identification and Reproducibility
Presented by David Wiant, PhD Cone Health Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13153: 2018 AM Introduction
Presented by Hania Al-Hallaq, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13162: 2018 AM Intensity Modulated Brachytherapy Using Directional Sources
Presented by Ryan Flynn, PhD University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13177: 2018 AM Nuclear Medicine - ABR Part 2 & 3
Presented by Kenneth Lewis, PhD Vanderbilt University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12856: 2018 AM ACRO
Presented by Matthew Podgorsak, PhD Roswell Park Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12857: 2018 AM ASTRO
Presented by Sean Zhang, PhD City of Hope Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12858: 2018 AM SRS/SBRT Specialty Accreditation
Presented by Stanley Benedict, PhD UC Davis Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12879: 2018 AM Introduction to Imaging in Proton Therapy
Presented by Jon Kruse, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12880: 2018 AM Image Guidance for Proton Therapy
Presented by Brian Winey, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12881: 2018 AM In Vivo Imaging for Proton Therapy
Presented by Jerimy Polf, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12893: 2018 AM MR Updates
Presented by Donna Reeve, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12910: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12990: 2018 AM The Cure for Bad User Interface Design and Feature Creep
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13243: 2018 AM Advances in Radiation Dose Monitoring and Management
Presented by Andrew Kuhls-Gilcrist, PhD Canon Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3517: 2014 SS Historical Overview of SRS with the GK
Presented by David Schlesinger1*, (1) University of Virginia Health Systems, Charlottesville, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3515: 2014 SS Unique Aspects of Tumor Response to High Dose Per Fraction Radiotherapy-SBRT as Ablative Therapy Part 1 of 2
Presented by Jimm Grimm, PhD.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3190: 2014 SCM Convolution/Superposition and other Physics-Based Algorithms for Photon Treatment Planning
Presented by Moyed Miften, PhD, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO, 80045, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3205: 2014 SCM What Medical Physicists Need to Know about Breast Imaging with Nuclear Medicine Technology
Presented by Carrie Hruska, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3237: 2014 SCM Provincial Collaborative IMRT QA program: The Cancer Care Ontario Experience
Presented by Daniel Letourneau, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11521: 2016 AM Recommendations of MPPG #5 and Practical Implementation Strategies
Presented by Jennifer Smilowitz, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11667: 2016 AM Digital Radiography
Presented by Beth Schueler, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11669: 2016 AM PET
Presented by Brad Kemp, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11865: 2017 SCM Hypofractionated Radiation Therapy: Can Clinical Data Further Improve the Therapeutic Ratio?
Presented by Ellen Yorke, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11814: 2017 SCM Commissioning a Linac Today
Presented by George Sherouse, PhD, Landauer Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12147: 2017 AM Current Implementation Status of IEC Standard 62494-1: Exposure Index (EI) for Digital Radiography
Presented by Ryan Fisher, PhD The Cleveland Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12179: 2017 AM Machine QA Data Standardization Through Online Collaborative Systems
Presented by Rodney Wiersma, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12202: 2017 AM Experience at UCLA in Dose Tracking and Implications
Presented by Michael McNitt-Gray, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12248: 2017 AM Clinical Indications and Applications of MRI Guided Radiotherapy
Presented by Michael Bassetti, University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12637: 2018 CRCPD Diagnostic x-ray and CT shielding
Presented by Aaron Jones
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12639: 2018 CRCPD Linac shielding
Presented by Melissa Martin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12721: 2018 AM An Overview of the 2018 AAPM Teaching Workshop
Presented by Victor Montemayor, PhD Germantown Academy
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12758: 2018 AM Interventional and Intraoperative MR
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12759: 2018 AM MR Linac
Presented by Anthony Doemer, MS Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12765: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12790: 2018 AM MedPhys Slam
Presented by John Bayouth, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12800: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12545: 2017 AM Physics Plan Review: The Promise and the Pitfalls
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12569: 2018 SCM Use of MRI for External Beam Treatment Planning
Presented by Neelam Tyagi, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12328: 2017 AM Academic Medical Center with Broad Scope License (Agreement State) - University of Pittsburgh Program
Presented by Michael Sheetz, MS University of Pittsburgh
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12325: 2017 AM Introduction and Purpose of Program
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, MS Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12351: 2017 AM MRI Safety: Fields and Devices - The Mayo Clinic Arizona Experience
Presented by Anshuman Panda, PhD Mayo Clinic, Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12441: 2017 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3963: 2014 AM An Overview of the Medical Physicist's Roles in MR Safety for (our) Large Clinical Practice
Presented by Matt Bernstein PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4277: 2015 SS Production and Delivery Part 2
Presented by J. Marco Schippers , Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4103: 2015 SCM Establishing a Hospital-Based I-125 Seed Breast Localization Program
Presented by Alan Daus, MS, Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4084: 2015 SCM Image Registration and Assessment for Adaptive Therapy
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4110: 2015 SCM Breast Imaging: Clinical Update
Presented by Susan Holley , Washington University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4112: 2015 SCM MPPG #8 Linac QA
Presented by Koren Smith, MS, Johns Hopkins Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4092: 2015 SCM IMRT Vs VMAT: Does the Choice Matter?
Presented by Martha Matuszak, PhD, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4093: 2015 SCM Challenges of Accounting for Lung in Planning
Presented by Indrin Chetty, PhD, Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3866: 2014 AM Patient Dose with CT – Evolving Tools and Technologies
Presented by Mark Supanich PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3900: 2014 AM Overview of CyberKnife Radiosurgery
Presented by Martina Descovich PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4318: 2015 SS Motion / Motion Mitigation Part 1
Presented by Antje-Christin Knopf, MSc, University of Heidelberg
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4583: 2015 AM IEC and US Committee Activities and Organizational Structure
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4806: 2015 AM Small Field Dosimetry: Overview of AAPM TG-155
Presented by Indra Das, PhD Indiana University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4528: 2015 AM Eye Lens Dosimetry From CT Perfusion Studies
Presented by Di Zhang, PhD Toshiba America Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4529: 2015 AM Eye Lens Dosimetry in Radiotherapy Using Contact Lens-Shaped Applicator
Presented by Jong Min Park, PhD Seoul National University Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4537: 2015 AM An MRI Simulator From Proposal to Operation
Presented by Yue Cao, PhD The University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4724: 2015 AM Image Quality Characteristics of Handheld Medical Image Viewing Devices
Presented by Aldo Badano, PhD Food & Drug Administration
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11191: 2016 CRCPD Medical Physicist CT Equipment Evaluations
Presented by Thomas Ruckdeschel
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


2773: 2001 AM IMRT Shielding
Presented by Sasa Mutic, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, St. Louis, MO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2740: 2001 AM TG-51: A Review of the Background and Implementation Issues
Presented by David Followill, UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2404: 2013 AM Commissioning Roadmap: Standard LINAC
Presented by George Sherouse, PhD, Landauer Medical Physics, Glenwood, IL, 60425 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2472: 2013 SS Statistical Process Control
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, Ph.D., UCSD Medical Center, La Jolla, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2277: 2013 AM The Promise and Pitfalls of Mechanistic Modeling in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Robert Stewart, PhD, University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Radiation Oncology, SEATTLE, WA, 98195-6043 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2278: 2013 AM Advances in models of quantitative imaging: validation, predictive power and clinical trials
Presented by Vitali Moiseenko, PhD, University of California - San Diego, La Jolla, CA, 92093 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2855: 2005 AM Acceptance Testing and Systematic QA
Presented by Ben Mijnheer, Ph.D., Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2863: 2005 AM PET/CT Imaging: A Physicist's Viewpoint
Presented by David Townsend, Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2791: 2001 AM Clinical PET: Radiation Safety Issues and PET Instrumentation Siting
Presented by James Carey, Univ Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2201: 2010 SS Multiple Technologies to Address Multiple Instructional Needs
Presented by Robert Beichner, Ph.D, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2290: 2013 AM Professional Council Symposium: Becoming a professional leader
Presented by Jessica Clements, MS, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, DALLAS, TX, 75231 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2306: 2013 AM Medical Physics Practice Guidelines: The AAPM Minimum Pracitices Recommendations for Medical Physicists
Presented by Maria Chan, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Basking Ridge, NJ, 07920 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2382: 2013 AM 13 - AM - Radiobiological Models in Brachytherapy Planning and Evaluation
Presented by David Carlson, PhD, Zhe (Jay) Chen, PhD Yale Univ. School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, 06520-8040 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2407: 2013 AM MRI Conditional Devices and Patient Safety
Presented by David Jordan, PhD, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, CLEVELAND, OH, 44106 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


469: 2012 AM Tolerance Levels and Methodologies for IMRT Verification QA
Presented by Daniel Low, Los Angeles, CA, 90024, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


470: 2012 AM Tolerance Levels and Methodologies for IMRT Verification QA
Presented by Moyed Miften, Aurora, CO, 80045, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


471: 2012 AM Tolerance Levels and Methodologies for IMRT Verification QA
Presented by Arthur Olch, Ph.D., FAAPM, Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles and Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 90027, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


475: 2012 AM AAPM TG-157: Commercial Implementation of Source Modeling and Beam Commissioning for Clinical Monte Carlo Dose Calculation
Presented by Bruce Faddegon, San Francisco, CA, 94143-0226, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


488: 2012 AM Lessons Learned From Misadministrations and Accidents in Radiation Therapy Part I: Teletherapy
Presented by Ryan Foster, Ph.D., UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 75390-8542, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


489: 2012 AM Enhancing Our Safety Culture by Understanding Recent Mishaps (Part 2): Brachytherapy
Presented by Bruce Libby, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 22908-0375, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


512: 2012 SS SPECT: Physics Principles and Equipment Design
Presented by Eric C. Frey, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


409: 2012 AM Image Gently and Image Wisely in Nuclear Medicine
Presented by Frederic Fahey, Boston, MA, 02115, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


300: 2009 SS TG-51 Clinical Issues
Presented by David Followill, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


507: 2012 SS CT: Shielding and Radiation Protection (room, personnel and patient shielding)
Presented by James Kofler, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


509: 2012 SS CT: Parameter and Protocol Optimization
Presented by James Kofler, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


453: 2012 AM Dosimetry of Small Fields
Presented by Thomas Mackie, Madison, WI, 53705, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


298: 2009 SS Ion Chambers Instrumentation
Presented by Larry DeWerd, PhD, University of WI-Madison/ADCL, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


303: 2009 SS Electron Beam Dosimetry
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


381: 2012 AM How to Be a Journal Referee: A Panel Discussion
Presented by George Starkschall, PhD, FAAPM, FACMP, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


411: 2012 AM Calculations for the Release of Radioactive Patients From Radiation Safety Restrictions
Presented by Richard Wendt, Ph.D., Houston, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


307: 2009 SS TLDs
Presented by Larry DeWerd, PhD, University of WI-Madison/ADCL, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


277: 2009 AM Quality Assurance for the Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion™
Presented by Paula L. Petti, PhD, Washington Hospital Gamma Knife Center, Fremont, CA, 94538-1716, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


294: 2009 SS Cavity Theory with Corrections
Presented by Alan Nahum, PhD, Clatterbridge Centre for Oncology, Bebington, 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


295: 2009 SS Dosimetric Quantities, Terminology and Notation
Presented by Dave Rogers, PhD, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


362: 2012 AM Towards Personalized Medicine: Integration of Imaging Into Therapy
Presented by Dr. Robert Jeraj, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53705, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


242: 2009 AM Performance Based Quality Assurance: TG-142 - Medical Accelerator QA
Presented by Eric E. Klein, PhD, Washington University, Saint Louis, MO, 63110, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


211: 2009 AM Digital Mammography: A Radiologist's Perspective
Presented by Robert Gutierrez, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98109-1023, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2: 2008 AM Dual Energy CT: Physics Principles
Presented by Norbert Pelc, ScD, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


245: 2009 AM Performance-Based QA for Radiotherapy: TG-148 – Tomotherapy Quality Assurance
Presented by Katja M Langen, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando, Orlando, FL, 32806, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


150: 2009 AM Dual Energy CT Image Reconstruction Algorithms and Performance
Presented by Joseph A O'Sullivan, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 63130, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13244: 2018 AM 2D and 3D Image Guidance for Interventional Procedures
Presented by
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13267: 2019 SCM Integration of MR in Radiation Therapy: Practical Safety Considerations
Presented by Minsong Cao, UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13270: 2019 SCM Algorithms- A Review of the Current State
Presented by Karl Bush, Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13223: 2018 AM Medical Imaging and Deep Learning
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13228: 2018 AM Participant Workshop
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13197: 2018 AM What If Something Really Goes Wrong? Do I Have Adequate Liability Insurance?
Presented by Richard Shaw, PhD University of New Mexico
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13273: 2019 SCM Device Safety Testing in the MR Environment
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13274: 2019 SCM Troubleshooting MR Image Quality Issues
Presented by Anshuman Panda, Mayo Clinic, Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13303: 2019 SCM Protocol Conversion and Optimization When Converting From CR to DR
Presented by Charles Willis, MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13304: 2019 SCM EI Tracking
Presented by Katie Hulme, The Cleveland Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13317: 2019 SCM Logfile Based Patient Specific QA
Presented by Ji-Yeon Park, University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13313: 2019 SCM The New ACR 2018 Digital Mammography QC Manual: An Overview and Early Adopter Perspectives
Presented by Thomas Moore, Alliance Medical Physics LLC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13247: 2018 AM Acceptance and Acceptability Testing of Modern Fluoroscopy Equipment - Dosimetry
Presented by Allen Goode, MS University of Virginia Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12977: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12999: 2018 AM Statistical mistakes and misunderstandings: More common than you might think
Presented by David Schlesinger, PhD University of Virginia Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13002: 2018 AM Statistical significance, statistical power, and clinical significance: How to understand your results in context
Presented by Michael Altman, PhD Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12962: 2018 AM Incidence Reporting and Learning: The Benefits and Possibilities for Achieving the Common Goal
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12980: 2018 AM Real-Time Skin Dose Mapping with Canon Medical Systems Dose Tracking System (DTS)
Presented by Andrew Kuhls-Gilcrist, PhD Canon Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12907: 2018 AM Why We Need a Physicist in Diagnostic Imaging?
Presented by Ehsan Samei, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12908: 2018 AM Effective Consulting Imaging Physics Service
Presented by William West, PhD West Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12939: 2018 AM Particular Needs for Pediatric Radiotherapy
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12937: 2018 AM Image-Guided Biopsy (US Guided, Stereotactic, Tomosynthesis and MR Guided Breast Biopsy
Presented by Ingrid Reiser, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12947: 2018 AM Deep Learning Will Make QI Routine in Radiology
Presented by
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12894: 2018 AM NM/PET Updates
Presented by Beth Harkness, MS Henry Ford Hospital System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12895: 2018 AM CT Updates
Presented by Chad Dillon, MS Alliance Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12896: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12872: 2018 AM AAPM Leadership and Volunteering at the National and Chapter Levels
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12890: 2018 AM PET for HN Adaptive
Presented by Di Yan, DSc William Beaumont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12845: 2018 AM Clinical Evidence for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Olga Green, PhD Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12836: 2018 AM The History of Automation in Radiation Oncology
Presented by J. Daniel Bourland, PhD Wake Forest Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12840: 2018 AM Automated Treatment Planning Process Through Radiation Planning Assistant
Presented by Laurence Edward Court, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12818: 2018 AM Medical Physics - Think Out of the Box to Build the Future
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12827: 2018 AM Considering Treatment Plan Robustness: Techniques and Concerns
Presented by
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12830: 2018 AM Welcome / Emerging Models in Global Health for Medical Physicists and experiences in parts unknown
Presented by Wilfred Ngwa, PhD Harvard Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13179: 2018 AM Introduction to Radiomics
Presented by Laurence Edward Court, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13180: 2018 AM Radiomics Features
Presented by
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13175: 2018 AM Diagnostic - ABR Part 2
Presented by Diana Carver, PhD Vanderbilt University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13176: 2018 AM Diagnostic - ABR Part 3
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13166: 2018 AM Useful Strategies for Protocol Development
Presented by Timothy Szczykutowicz, PhD University Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13169: 2018 AM Assessing CT Image Quality and Matching Protocols Across Vendors
Presented by William Sensakovic, PhD Florida Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13154: 2018 AM Improving Initial Setup Accuracy and Treatment Efficiency
Presented by Alonso Gutierrez, PhD Miami Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13155: 2018 AM Verification of Patient Treatment Accessories and Posture
Presented by Hui Zhao, PhD Univ of Utah
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13139: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13132: 2018 AM Pediatric Imaging in Nuclear Medicine
Presented by Frederic Fahey, DSc Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13130: 2018 AM Benefit and Risk in Pediatric Imaging
Presented by Louis Wagner, PhD UT McGovern Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13111: 2018 AM Introduction to Non-Clinical Career Paths for Medical Physicists
Presented by Alan Cohen, MS Elekta, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13112: 2018 AM Student Preparation for Non-Clinical Careers
Presented by
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13101: 2018 AM Introduction to Convolution Neural Nets
Presented by
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13102: 2018 AM Radiomics Case Studies
Presented by Arvind Rao, PhD. UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13083: 2018 AM New NCI Funding Opportunities in Basic and Clinical Research in Cancer Imaging and Image-Guided Interventions
Presented by Keyvan Farahani, PhD National Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13086: 2018 AM Grant Management 101
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13075: 2018 AM Personalized Electron Beam Therapy Using Custom Treatment Devices
Presented by John Antolak, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13076: 2018 AM Bolus Electron Conformal Therapy
Presented by
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13069: 2018 AM Panel Member
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13070: 2018 AM Panel Member
Presented by Kristi Hendrickson, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13071: 2018 AM Panel Member
Presented by Julianne Pollard-Larkin, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13063: 2018 AM Prospective Risk Management in the Wild: Tales From An Academic Medical Center
Presented by Kelly Younge, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13067: 2018 AM What Is Unconscious Bias and Why It Matters in Medical Physics
Presented by Laura Cervino, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13007: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13008: 2018 AM Diffusion MRI
Presented by Xiaohong Joe Zhou, PhD Univ Illinois at Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13009: 2018 AM Perfusion MRI
Presented by Youngkyoo Jung, PhD Wake Forest School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13032: 2018 AM The Need for Quantitative Imaging in Radiation Oncology Treatment Guidance and Assessment
Presented by Ying Xiao, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13015: 2018 AM Fast and furious: real time treatment planning based on dynamic MRI
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3238: 2014 SCM Quality in the UK: Evolution of an Audit Program
Presented by Andrew Beavis, PhD, Queens Centre for Oncology & Haematology, Cottingham, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3218: 2014 SCM ACR Update on FFDM Accreditation
Presented by Eric Berns, PhD, University of Colorado Health Science, Denver, CO, 80204, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3225: 2014 SCM New Comprehensive and Practical Guidelines for Managing Radiotherapy Patients with Cardiac Devices---TG203
Presented by Dimitris Mihailidis, PhD, Charleston Radiation Therapy Cons, Charleston, WV, 25304, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3226: 2014 SCM Safety Culture Leadership: What Can We Learn From High-Reliability Organizations?
Presented by David Jordan, PhD, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, SHAKER HEIGHTS, OH, 44120, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3067: 2011 SCM Characteristics and Clinical Implementation of the Varian TrueBeam Accelerator
Presented by Richard Popple, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3102: 2007 SS Overview and Basis of Design for NCRP Report 151
Presented by Raymond Wu, PhD, Grant/Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, OH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3062: 2011 SCM Molecular Breast Imaging: Development of a Low-Dose Screening Test for Dense Breasts
Presented by Carrie Hruska, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3186: 2014 SCM Therapy RSO Refresher
Presented by Bette Blankenship, MS, Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego, CA, 92123, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3186: 2014 SCM Imaging RSO Refresher
Presented by Dean Broga, PhD, VA Commonwealth Univ, Richmond, VA, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3195: 2014 SCM Introducing the 'Plan Quality Algorithm' As a Method to Customize and Automate the Quantification of Plan Quality
Presented by Benjamin Edward Nelms, PhD, Merrimac, WI, 53561, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3436: 2014 SCM Plan Quality: Analyzing and Quantifying Plan Quality as a Key Component of a Total Quality System Q&A
Presented by Greg Robinson
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3474: 2012 AM Electron Radiotherapy: Past, Present, and Future
Presented by Kenneth Hogstrom, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 70803-4001, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3474: 2012 AM Electron Radiotherapy: Past, Present, and Future
Presented by John Antolak, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3245: 2014 ROPA ASTRO's Accreditation Program for Excellence (APEx)
Presented by Yan Yu, PhD, Thomas Jefferson University, PHILADELPHIA, PA, 19107, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3406: 2014 ROPA Focus Session #3: Policies and Procedures Q&A
Presented by Daniel Pavord, MS, Vassar Brothers Hospital, Poughkeepsie, NY, 12601, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3429: 2013 AM MRI Applications in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Jeffrey Olsen, Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3193: 2014 SCM Using Plan Quality Metrics for Maintenance of Certification (MOC)
Presented by Rebecca McInturf, Cancer Care Centers of South Texas, San Antonio, TX, 78212, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3232: 2014 SCM Dosimetric Effects Caused by Couch Tops and Immobilization Devices: Report of AAPM Task Group 176
Presented by Arthur Olch, PhD, Childrens Hospital of LA, LOS ANGELES, CA, 90027, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3233: 2014 SCM TG201: Quality Assurance of External Beam Treatment Data Transfer
Presented by Ramon Alfredo Siochi, PhD, University Of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 52242, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3511: 2014 SS History of SBRT
Presented by Josh Yamada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3550: 2014 SS Viewray Experience
Presented by Sasa Mutic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3673: 2014 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3539: 2014 SS Small Field Dosimetry: Overview of Reference and Relative Dosimetry in Non-Equilibrium Condition
Presented by Indra Das
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3540: 2014 SS SRS: Detector Selection
Presented by Sonja Dieterich
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3541: 2014 SS An Independent Audit and Analysis of Small Field Dosimetry Quality Assurance
Presented by David Followill
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3518: 2014 SS Conventional LINAC SRS Adaptation and SRT Accessories
Presented by Alonso Gutierrez1*, (1) Cancer Therapy and Research Center, San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3605: 2014 AM Robust Optimization Accounting for Uncertainties
Presented by Thomas Bortfeld PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3627: 2014 AM Introduction: Modality-Agnostic QI Goals and Challenges
Presented by Edward Jackson PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


1864: 2011 AM A Review of the TG-201 Rapid Communication: QA of Data Transfer
Presented by Charles Bloch, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


1777: 2011 AM Radiation Safety for Staff in Fluoroscopy Suites
Presented by Beth Schueler
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


542: 2013 CRCPD What the Regulatory Community Can Do to Improve Safety Culture
Presented by Debbie Gilley, MPA, International Atomic Energy Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2024: 2010 AM Special Symposium on Patient Safety
Presented by Walter Bogdanich
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2025: 2010 AM Special Symposium on Patient Safety
Presented by Dr. William R. Hendee, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin, Rochester, MN, 55903
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2026: 2010 AM Special Symposium on Patient Safety
Presented by Michael G. Herman, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2027: 2010 AM Special Symposium on Patient Safety
Presented by Ola Holmberg, IAEA, Vienna
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2053: 2010 AM Nuclear Medicine Accreditation, Acceptance Testing and Annual Surveys
Presented by Mr. James M. Botti, MS, Medical Physics Consultants, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2075: 2010 AM Basic Cellular and Molecular Biology of Chemoradiotherapy and Molecular Imaging
Presented by Elaine M. Zeman. Ph.D., UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-7512
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2076: 2010 AM PET Imaging of Tumor Hypoxia
Presented by Dr. John L Humm, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 10021
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2095: 2010 AM TG-104: In-Room kV Imaging for IGRT
Presented by Dr. John W. Wong, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21231
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2103: 2010 AM Advanced Optical Imaging and Tracking Techniques for IGRT
Presented by Dr. Sanford L. Meeks, PhD, M.D. Anderson Cancer Ctr Orlando, Orlando, FL, 32806
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2129: 2010 AM Virtual Simulator CT QA
Presented by Dr. Guru S. Prasad, PhD, NorthShore Univeristy Hospital, Evanston, IL, 60201
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


540: 2013 CRCPD Establishing a Patient Safety Program in Radiation Oncology
Presented by John Bayouth, Ph.D, University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2021: 2010 AM Late Effects from Modern Radiation Therapy
Presented by Dr. Wayne David Newhauser, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Ctr., Houston, TX, 77030
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11670: 2016 AM MRI
Presented by Robert Pooley, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11668: 2016 AM CT
Presented by James Kofler, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11665: 2016 AM Radiation Safety Surveys of Linear Accelerators
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, MS Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11657: 2016 AM Dosimetric Benefits of DIBH
Presented by Rebecca Howell, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11662: 2016 AM Q&A
Presented by Rebecca Howell, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11630: 2016 AM MRI Pulse Sequences - Spin Echo, Gradient Echo, EPI, Non-Cartesia
Presented by Robert Pooley, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11522: 2016 AM TPS Commissioning and QA: Incorporating the Entire Planning Process
Presented by Sasa Mutic, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11520: 2016 AM TPS Commissioning and QA: Planning and Monitoring
Presented by Greg Salomons, PhD Cancer Center of Southeastern Ontario
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11595: 2016 AM Low-Dose Cone-Beam Breast CT: Physics and Technology Development
Presented by John Boone, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11614: 2016 AM MRI Guidance in the Radiation Therapy Clinic: Site-Specific Discussions
Presented by Charles Shang, MSc Boca Raton Regional Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11444: 2016 AM Dual-Energy CT: Techniques in Acquisition and Image Processing
Presented by Norbert Pelc, ScD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11445: 2016 AM Dual-Energy CT: Applications in Oncologic Imaging
Presented by U. Joseph Schoepf, Medical University of South Carolina
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11312: 2016 AM 3D Dosimetry in the Clinic: Motion Interplay Effects in Dynamic Radiotherapy
Presented by Sofie Ceberg, Lund University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11335: 2016 AM Low-Z Switching Linear Accelerator Targets: New Options for Image Guidance and Dose Enhancement in Radiotherapy
Presented by James Robar, PhD Capital District Health Authority
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11336: 2016 AM Design and Construction of a Dielectiric Wall Accelerator
Presented by David Westerly, PhD University of Colorado Denver
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11337: 2016 AM Ionacoustic Imaging for Particle Range Verification
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD LMU Munich, Department for Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11390: 2016 AM Analysis of Dependent Variables: Correlation and Simple Regression
Presented by Zacariah Labby, PhD School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11381: 2016 AM Harmonization & Robustness in Radiomics
Presented by Laurence Edward Court, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11716: 2016 AM Panel Member
Presented by Harald Paganetti, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11717: 2016 AM Panel Member
Presented by Cedric Yu, DSc Univ Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11718: 2016 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11720: 2016 AM Application of Implanted Markers in Proton Therapy
Presented by SungYong Park, PhD McLaren-Flint
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11723: 2016 AM An Overview of Emerging Technologies in SRS/SBRT Delivery
Presented by Lijun Ma, PhD UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11727: 2016 AM Introduction
Presented by Joanna Cygler, PhD The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11728: 2016 AM Small Field Radiation Therapy: Physics and Recent Recommendations From IAEA and ICRU
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11731: 2016 AM Application of Small-Field Treatment: The Promises and Pitfalls of SBRT
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11735: 2016 AM Troubleshooting Issues with Linear Accelerator
Presented by Steven Sutlief, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11744: 2016 AM Q & A
Presented by
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11753: 2016 AM Advances in Radionuclide Therapy - From Radioiodine to Nanoparticles
Presented by John Laurence Humm, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12187: 2017 AM Predicting Cancer Risks via Multi-Parametric Correlations
Presented by Jun Deng, PhD Yale University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12188: 2017 AM Bringing Value from Big Data Analytics into Clinical Practice
Presented by Charles Mayo, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12203: 2017 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12204: 2017 AM MRI
Presented by Robert Pooley, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12205: 2017 AM Digital Radiography
Presented by Beth Schueler, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12206: 2017 AM CT
Presented by James Kofler, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12280: 2017 AM Workflow and the Electronic Chart
Presented by YuHuei Jessica Huang, PhD University Utah
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12180: 2017 AM Improved Safety, Quality and Efficiency in Radiotherapy with Automated Health Information Technology
Presented by Deshan Yang, PhD Washington University in St Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12173: 2017 AM Optimization of Non-Coplanar Beam Arrangements: Expanding Our Delivery Space
Presented by Daniel O'Connor
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12148: 2017 AM Current Implementation Status of IEC Standard 62494-1: Exposure Index (EI) for Digital Radiography
Presented by Katie Hulme, MS The Cleveland Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12149: 2017 AM Use of the Deviation Index (DI) for Quality Control in Digital Radiography
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12127: 2017 AM MR Image Processing, Registration & Planning for Intra-Cranial Radiotherapy
Presented by David Schlesinger, PhD University of Virginia Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12128: 2017 AM MR Image Processing, Registration & Planning On ViewRay
Presented by Yingli Yang, PhD UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12151: 2017 AM Considerations and Strategies for Setting Target Exposure Indicator (EIT) Values in Digital Radiography
Presented by Robert MacDougall, Boston Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12152: 2017 AM Considerations and Strategies for Setting Target Exposure Indicator (EIT) Values in Digital Radiography
Presented by Charles Willis, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12102: 2017 AM In-Room Image Verification Using Film and CBCT
Presented by Oana Craciunescu, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12105: 2017 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12116: 2017 AM Dynamic MRI for Radiation Therapy
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12051: 2017 AM Novel Approaches to Teaching Medical Physics
Presented by Victor Montemayor, PhD Germantown Academy
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11811: 2017 TG100 Overview of TG100
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11968: 2017 SS Target and Goals
Presented by Dorin Todor, Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11971: 2017 SS Intracavitary - Dosimetry
Presented by Sujatha Pai, Landauer Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12039: 2017 AM Strategies for Learning and Teaching Patient Communication Skills
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12072: 2017 AM Deep-Learned and Practical: Implementing Machine Learning Techniques in the Real World
Presented by Timor Kadir, Mirada Medical
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12070: 2017 AM Deep Learning in Medical Physics__Ólessons We Learned
Presented by Hui Lin, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12088: 2017 AM Opening Remarks and Memorial, What Is the Future of Precision in RT and What Does It Mean for Cancer Therapy
Presented by David Jaffray, PhD University Health Network
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12093: 2017 AM A Practical Subcommittee of the AAPM Professional Council
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD Univ Texas Medical Branch of Galveston
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12094: 2017 AM History, Intent, and Progress of the AAPM Practice Guideline Effort
Presented by Per Halvorsen, MSc Lahey Health and Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11816: 2017 SCM How to Open a New Radiation Oncology Center
Presented by Karl Prado, PhD, University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11818: 2017 SCM Optimization of Pediatric DR
Presented by Keith Strauss, MSc, Children's Hospital Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11841: 2017 SCM Everything You Need to Know About the New ACR FFDM Manual
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, MS, Boulder Community Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11845: 2017 SCM Rethinking Action Limits Based On Findings of TG151 Multi-site Survey
Presented by Charles Willis, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11855: 2017 SCM Professional Networking (and We Don't Mean Ethernet!)
Presented by Matthew Meineke, PhD, Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11860: 2017 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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11903: 2017 CRCPD Root-cause analysis
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11914: 2017 SS Planning
Presented by Deidre Batchelar, BC Cancer Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12410: 2017 AM Developments in Directional Brachytherapy
Presented by William Song, PhD SUNNYBROOK HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12370: 2017 AM What Are the Roles and Task of Medical Physicists in Clinical Trial
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12424: 2017 AM ROC Methods in Diagnostic Imaging
Presented by Elizabeth Anne Krupinski, PhD Emory Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12367: 2017 AM QIBA/Imaging Analysis in Clinical Trials
Presented by Edward Jackson, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12324: 2017 AM Memorial Lecturer
Presented by Caridad Borras
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12433: 2017 AM Low Dose CT Technologies: Software Strategies
Presented by Guang-Hong Chen, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12438: 2017 AM Implementation of the New ACR Digital Mammography Quality Control Manual in ACR Accreditation
Presented by Priscilla Butler, MS American College of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12439: 2017 AM Radiologic Technologist__ªs Quality Control
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, MS Boulder Community Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12440: 2017 AM Medical Physicist__ªs Mammography Equipment Evaluation and Annual Survey
Presented by Eric Berns, PhD University of Colorado Health Science
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12326: 2017 AM Regional RSO Program - Kaiser Permanente - So. California Program (Agreement State)
Presented by Jessica Clements, MS Kaiser Permanente
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12327: 2017 AM Health System RSO Program - St. Luke's Health System Program (NRC Licensed State)
Presented by Jefferson Fairbanks, PhD St. Luke's Regional Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12347: 2017 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12341: 2017 AM Acceptance Testing and ACR Accreditation of Stereotactic Breast Biopsy Systems
Presented by William Robert Geiser, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12353: 2017 AM Performance Evaluation of Ultrasound Systems: Advanced Methods and Applications
Presented by Nicholas Hangiandreou, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12376: 2017 AM Covering Your Assets: A Brief Overview of General and Professional Liability Insurance for Medical Physicists
Presented by Carlos Cardenas, MS The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12395: 2017 AM Patient Consult: Direct Interface of Physicist with the Patient in the Course of the Treatment
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12549: 2017 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12550: 2017 AM Dosimetric Impact of Contouring Variability in Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy
Presented by James Kavanaugh, Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12551: 2017 AM Contour Assessment for Quality Assurance and Data Mining
Presented by Thomas Purdie, PhD Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - University Health Network (UHN)
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12520: 2017 AM Nanoparticles in Cancer Medicine - a Physician__ªs Perspective
Presented by Sunil Krishnan, MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12521: 2017 AM Nanomedicine and Theranostics
Presented by Twan Lammers, University of Aachen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12522: 2017 AM Nanoparticles From Bench to MR-Guided Bedside
Presented by Ross Berbeco, PhD Brigham and Women's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12531: 2017 AM CT Radiation Dose: Retrospective Monitoring for Informed Prospective Optimization
Presented by Joshua Wilson, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12597: 2018 SCM Ultrasound Instrumentation: An Important Focus for the Medical Physicist
Presented by James Zagzebski, University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12592: 2018 SCM HDR Plan Review - Oncentra/Aria
Presented by Perry Johnson, University of Miami
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12589: 2018 SCM EBRT Plan Review - Eclipse/ARIA
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12614: 2018 SCM Summary of Radiation Medical Events
Presented by Jennifer Elee, LA Department of Environmental Quality
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12621: 2018 SCM Clinical Experiences with a Patient Skin Dose Monitoring and Tracking Program
Presented by Allen Goode, University of Virginia Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12647: 2018 Workshop Keynote: The History of Teaching Reform in the AAPM
Presented by George Starkschall, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12681: 2018 SS Overview of Image Guidance in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Parham Alaei, University of Minnesota
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12682: 2018 SS Two-Dimensional Imaging and Flat Panel Detectors
Presented by Emma Jane Harris, Royal Marsden Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12805: 2018 AM Treatment Planning Issues with MRI
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12808: 2018 AM Quantitative Imaging in the Era of Radiomics
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12812: 2018 AM NCI Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN)
Presented by Robert Nordstrom, PhD NIH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12768: 2018 AM The nuances of PBS commissioning, machine QA, and patient QA
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12771: 2018 AM Panel Discussion: Staffing and Operational Issues (L Dong, R Zhu, and M Pankuch)
Presented by Mark Pankuch, PhD Northwestern Medicine Chicago Proton Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12755: 2018 AM Getting More Image Quality with Less Data in X-Ray CT
Presented by Joseph Stayman, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12757: 2018 AM MR and PET-MR
Presented by Anshuman Panda, PhD Mayo Clinic, Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12761: 2018 AM Memorial Tribute
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12737: 2018 AM Discussion
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12744: 2018 AM Using Multiple CT Images to Aid Robust IMPT Optimization
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12745: 2018 AM Efficient Patient-Specific Quality Assurance for Spot-Scanned Proton Therapy Using Nozzle-Integrated Detectors and Fast Monte Carlo Dose Calculations
Presented by Jedediah Johnson, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12746: 2018 AM Improved Repainting for Interplay Effect Mitigation in Pencil Beam Scanning Proton Therapy
Presented by Per Poulsen, PhD Aarhus University Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12750: 2018 AM Image Guideance in Surgery
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12752: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12753: 2018 AM Strategies for Reconstructing MRI Images From Limited, Distorted Data Using Field Map Measurements, Low Rank Constraints, and Lots of Computation
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12638: 2018 CRCPD HDR shielding
Presented by Mary Fox
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12628: 2018 SCM Mentoring 101
Presented by Yi Rong, University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12630: 2018 SCM Rationale for Peer Support
Presented by Suzanne Evans, Yale University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4319: 2015 SS Motion Management
Presented by Shinichiro Mori, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4344: 2015 AM Alternative Career Opportunities for Medical Physicists
Presented by Erin Angel, PhD Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4270: 2015 SS Interaction: Basic
Presented by Hugo Palmans, PhD, National Physical Laboratory
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4296: 2015 SS Clinical Commissioning of Proton Beam
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD, Scripps Proton Therapy Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4311: 2015 SS Treatment Planning for SFUD
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD, Scripps Proton Therapy Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4311: 2015 SS Treatment Planning for SFUD
Presented by X. Ronald Zhu, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4102: 2015 SCM ACR Accreditation of Stereotactic Breast Biopsy Systems
Presented by William Robert Geiser, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4141: 2015 SCM Clinical Use of OSLDs
Presented by Stephen Kry, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Ctr.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4380: 2015 AM Creation of 3D Printed Phantoms for Clinical Radiation Therapy
Presented by Eric Ehler, PhD University of Minnesota
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4413: 2015 AM ACR Update in Nuclear Medicine
Presented by Beth Harkness, MS Henry Ford Hospital System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3881: 2014 AM SBB Vs. Mammography: Image Quality and Dose
Presented by Vikas Patel PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3763: 2014 AM ACR Accreditation Update in Ultrasound
Presented by Nicholas Hangiandreou PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3863: 2014 AM Apprenticeship is the Pathway to Mastery
Presented by George Sherouse PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3870: 2014 AM Format Types and Morphometric Categories of Computational Phantoms – Applications to Fluoroscopy Dosimetry
Presented by Wesley Bolch PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3831: 2014 AM Dual-Energy KV/MV On-Board Imaging and Therapeutic Applications
Presented by Fang-Fang Yin PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3752: 2014 AM Communicating Risk
Presented by Cynthia McCollough PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3808: 2014 AM IGRT Application in SBRT: Clinical Challenges and Pitfalls
Presented by John Cho
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4118: 2015 SCM IHE-RO Efforts to Improve Interoperability of Systems and Patient Safety
Presented by Bruce Curran, MEng, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4113: 2015 SCM Defining Consistent Minimum Practice Standards in Clinical Medical Physics
Presented by Per Halvorsen, MSc, Lahey Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4129: 2015 SCM MPPG On Radiation Dose Metric Monitoring Systems & How to Use Them -- Part 1
Presented by Renee Dickinson, MSc, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4130: 2015 SCM MPPG On Radiation Dose Metric Monitoring Systems & How to Use Them -- Part 2
Presented by Mark Supanich, PhD, Rush University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4062: 2015 ILS SAM 1: Actual vs Potential; Anonymous vs Confidential; Notification
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3899: 2014 AM Overview of Gamma Knife Radiosurgery
Presented by David Schlesinger PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4091: 2015 SCM Basics of Breast Planning
Presented by Rebecca Howell, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4098: 2015 SCM Using Event Reporting to Improve Patient Safety
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD, University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4099: 2015 SCM Using Event Reporting to Improve Patient Safety
Presented by Susan Richardson, PhD, Swedish Medical Center-Tumor Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4100: 2015 SCM Using Event Reporting to Improve Patient Safety
Presented by Suzanne Evans, MD, Yale University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4143: 2015 SCM Adding Plastic Scintillators to the Clinical Physics Toolbox
Presented by Louis Archambault, PhD, CHUQ Pavillon Hotel-Dieu de Quebec
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4120: 2015 SCM The Rollout of AAPM TG100: Getting Engaged in Risk Assessment
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute and UPMC CancerCenter
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4149: 2015 SCM Clinical Use of Knowledge-Based Planning
Presented by Lindsey Olsen, MS, Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4150: 2015 SCM Automated Treatment Planning to Improve Plan Quality
Presented by Ping Xia, PhD, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4152: 2015 SCM Practical Issues Surrounding Exposure Indicies in Digital Radiography
Presented by S. Jeff Shepard, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4153: 2015 SCM Implementation of a Large-Scale DR QC Program
Presented by Katie Hulme, MS, The Cleveland Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3920: 2014 AM Lean Culture and Leadership in Health Care ( Radiation Oncology) Setting: Benefits and Challenges
Presented by Dharanipathy Rangaraj PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3910: 2014 AM HDR Brachytherapy I: Quality Assurance
Presented by Bruce Libby PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3911: 2014 AM HDR Brachytherapy I: Overview of Clinical Application
Presented by Timothy Showalter
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3952: 2014 AM Breast Tomosynthesis
Presented by Bob Liu PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3953: 2014 AM Dedicated breast CT
Presented by Kai Yang PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3954: 2014 AM Novel mammography applications
Presented by Martin Yaffe PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3974: 2014 AM Image Quality Review II: Implementation of Image Quality Assurance
Presented by Paul Imbergamo MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3966: 2014 AM MRI Safety in the MR Guided Interventional Environment
Presented by Krzysztof Gorny PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3967: 2014 AM Case Review of Real MRI Safety Incidents
Presented by Joel Felmlee PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4077: 2015 SCM Defining Targets for Brachytherapy
Presented by Julie Schwarz , Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11188: 2016 CRCPD CT Dose Indices: Everybody Wants a Number CTDI, DLP, SSDE, E Dose, Organ Dose
Presented by Keith Strauss
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11295: 2016 AM Overcoming the Challenges of Motion Management in Current Lung SBRT Practice
Presented by Charles Shang, MSc Boca Raton Regional Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4544: 2015 AM The Aftermath of TG-142
Presented by Eric Klein, PhD Washington University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4545: 2015 AM Quantitative FMEA of TG-142
Presented by Jennifer O'Daniel, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4646: 2015 AM The Importance of NIH Funding in Innovation in Radiation Therapy
Presented by James Deye, PhD National Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4507: 2015 AM Advances in CBCT for Breast Imaging
Presented by John Boone, PhD University of California Davis School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4552: 2015 AM Overview of DIR Advantages/Challenges and Workflow
Presented by Sarah Geneser, University of California San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4553: 2015 AM DIR QA Options and Research Development
Presented by Neil Kirby, University of Texas HSC SA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4453: 2015 AM Introduction
Presented by John Boone, PhD University of California Davis School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4807: 2015 AM IAEA/AAPM Code of Practice for the Dosimetry of Static Small Photon Fields
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4799: 2015 AM Knowledge-Based Planning in SRS: From Quality Control to Full Automation
Presented by Kevin Moore, University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4800: 2015 AM ASTRO/AAPM Guidance On Quality and Safety in SRS and SBRT
Presented by Timothy Solberg, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4810: 2015 AM Proton Treatment Planning
Presented by Mark Pankuch, PhD Northwestern Medicine Chicago Proton Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4586: 2015 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4640: 2015 AM The AAPM Award Eponyms: William D. Coolidge, Edith H. Quimby, and Marvin M.D. Williams - Who Were They and What Did They Do?
Presented by Lawrence Rothenberg, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4686: 2015 AM Phases, Levels, Controls, and All That: An Informal Session On Clinical Trials
Presented by Elizabeth Hipp, PhD University of Vermont Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4687: 2015 AM Uncertainty and Issues in Biological Modeling for the Modern Medical Physicist
Presented by Michael Altman, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4707: 2015 AM Implementing SBRT Protocols: A NRG CIRO Perspective
Presented by Ying Xiao, PhD Thomas Jefferson University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4703: 2015 AM MR Simulation for Radiation Therapy
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD Deparment of Radiation Oncology, University of California Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4797: 2015 AM Flattening Filter Free Beams for SRS and SBRT: It's All About Speed
Presented by Richard Popple, PhD Univ Alabama Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4863: 2015 SBRT Delivery Systems
Presented by James Gordon, PhD, Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4869: 2015 SBRT Geometric and Dosimetric Uncertainties
Presented by Indrin Chetty, PhD, Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4874: 2015 SBRT Safety and QA
Presented by Jay Burmeister, PhD, Wayne State Univ School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11139: 2016 SCM Strategies for Total Quality in Radiation Therapy - Part II
Presented by Utahna Hancock , Dale and Hancock Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11145: 2016 SCM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11167: 2016 SCM Gamma Camera and SPECT Basics & Performance
Presented by Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11175: 2016 SCM RDIM Softare From the Ground Up: Demystifying RDIM
Presented by Jeffrey Garrett, MS, Mississippi Baptist Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11123: 2016 SCM Digging Into Our Toolbox: Non-Gamma Analysis Tools for IMRT
Presented by Jennifer O'Daniel, PhD, Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


12905: 2018 AM Processes and Tools for Rethinking Linac QA
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13189: 2018 AM Working On MRI Guided Machines (MRI-Linac/Co60) for Medical Physicists Who Are Not Trained in MRI
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


12604: 2018 SCM Mitigation of the Effects of Irregular Respiration in 4D-CT
Presented by Tinsu Pan, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 9 responding =


12777: 2018 AM Understanding the Concepts of MOC
Presented by G. Donald Frey, PhD The American Board of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 8 responding =


12984: 2018 AM Automated Contour Segmentation for Treatment Planning: Challenges and Potentials
Presented by Minsong Cao, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


13023: 2018 AM Introduction
Presented by William Sensakovic, PhD Florida Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


3730: 2014 AM Introduction
Presented by Mark Phillips PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


11449: 2016 AM Free Information - EPID-Based In Vivo Dosimetry
Presented by Peter Greer, PhD Calvary Mater Newcastle
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12610: 2018 SCM The History, Current Practice, and Future of Breast Imaging Dosimetry
Presented by Andrew Hernandez, University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12617: 2018 SCM Dual Energy X-Ray Absoptiometry (DXA): Science, Technology, and Practice
Presented by David Gauntt, UAB Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12625: 2018 SCM Staffing Models for Multi-Site Institutions
Presented by Michael Price, Vanderbilt Univ. Medical Ctr.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


11113: 2016 SCM Ethics: An Historical Perspective
Presented by Peter Dunscombe, PhD, The University of Calgary
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12904: 2018 AM Use of EPIDs for Non-Routine Linac QA
Presented by Bin Cai, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


12903: 2018 AM Use of EPIDs for Routine Linac QA
Presented by Boyd M. McCurdy, PhD CancerCare Manitoba
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12892: 2018 AM US Updates
Presented by E. Russell Ritenour, PhD Medical University of South Carolina
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12985: 2018 AM Automation in Patient-Specific and Machine QA, Are We Ready to Go?
Presented by Chengyu Shi, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12989: 2018 AM Failure to Launch: Lessons Learned From Aerospace Accidents
Presented by Rex Cardan, PhD UAB University of Alabama, Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13241: 2018 AM What AI Cannot Do
Presented by Elizabeth Anne Krupinski, PhD Emory Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11777: 2016 AM Scripting Fundamentals: Killing Cancer with Code
Presented by Richard Popple, PhD The University of Alabama at Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11778: 2016 AM Eclipse Scripting Fundamentals in .NET
Presented by Rex Cardan, PhD UAB University of Alabama, Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12200: 2017 AM Overview of Dose and Procedure Tracking: What, Why and How?
Presented by Madan Rehani, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12624: 2018 SCM Resource Integration and Management in Multi-Site Radiation Oncology Departments
Presented by Adam Riegel, Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12546: 2017 AM A Survey of Physics Plan Review Practices
Presented by Deborah Schofield, Saint Vincent Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12573: 2018 SCM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12798: 2018 AM QC and Considerations for Mobile Devices
Presented by Alisa Walz-Flannigan, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12779: 2018 AM Other Aspects of MOC
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12804: 2018 AM Proton Planning
Presented by Katja Langen, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12751: 2018 AM Image Guidance in Interventional Radiology
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12760: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11115: 2016 SCM Ethical Issues in Medical Physics Business
Presented by Christopher Serago, PhD, Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11146: 2016 SCM An Analysis of Shielding Design in Medical Imaging: Are We Overshielding? Part I
Presented by Rebecca Marsh, PhD, University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13205: 2018 AM Minimizing effects of respiratory motion: principles, strategies and clinical implications
Presented by Lei Ren, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 13 responding =


13194: 2018 AM Online Adaptive MRgRT Dosimetry and Dose Accumulation
Presented by Deshan Yang, PhD Washington University in St Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13211: 2018 AM Machine-Learning Approaches to Identifying Error
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13212: 2018 AM Monitoring the EMR for Events of Clinical Impact
Presented by Stephanie Terezakis, MD Johns Hopkins Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


11839: 2017 SCM A Clinical Perspective On DBT-Guided Stereotactic Breast Biopsy
Presented by Amy Kerger , The Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


12773: 2018 AM Ethics in Medical Physics and the Role of AAPM
Presented by Per Halvorsen, MS Lahey Health and Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


4696: 2015 AM Electron Beam Therapy - Current Status and Future Directions
Presented by Qiuwen Wu, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


11819: 2017 SCM MR Protocol Review
Presented by Anshuman Panda, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


12562: 2018 SCM Project Management Essentials: Increase Your Impact by Understanding the Bigger Picture - Part 1
Presented by Robin Miller, Northwest Medical Physics Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


11173: 2016 SCM Task Group 210: Linac Fundamentals of Conventional Linac Acceptance Testing
Presented by Dharanipathy Rangaraj, PhD, Baylor Scott & White Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


12607: 2018 SCM MRI for HDR Treatment Planning
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 9 responding =


12603: 2018 SCM What Planning CT Should Be Used for Lung SBRT, Free-breathing CT, MIP-CT, or AIP-CT?
Presented by Ping Xia, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 12 responding =


13184: 2018 AM Radiation Oncology Experience
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD Univ Texas Medical Branch of Galveston
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


12855: 2018 AM ACR ROPA
Presented by Maria Chan, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


13193: 2018 AM MRI Guided IMRT Commissioning: A Hybrid Approach
Presented by Harold Li, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


13237: 2018 AM Interactive Panel Session (Ford, Buckey, Schubert, and Hendrickson)
Presented by Kristi Hendrickson, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12634: 2018 SCM Clinical Breast Imaging: What Every Physicist Should Know
Presented by Sarah Friedewald, Northwestern University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12778: 2018 AM The OLA Program - Concepts and Implementation
Presented by Jerry Allison, PhD Augusta University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


11127: 2016 SCM Model MRI Safety Program - The Mayo Clinic Experience
Presented by Heidi Edmonson, PhD, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


2474: 2013 SS Documentation
Presented by Sasa Mutic, Ph.D., Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


404: 2012 AM Contrast-Enhanced Spectral Mammography - Physical Aspects and QA
Presented by Martin Yaffe, Ph.D., Toronto, ON, M4N 3M5, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


474: 2012 AM AAPM TG-157 Recommendations On Beam Commissioning for Clinical Monte Carlo Dose Calculation
Presented by Indrin Chetty, Detroit, MI, 48202, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13240: 2018 AM What AI Can Do for Medicine and Biomedical Physics
Presented by Lei Xing, PhD Stanford Univ, School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13245: 2018 AM Acceptance and Acceptability Testing of Modern Fluoroscopy Equipment - Image Quality and Perception
Presented by Jaydev Dave, PhD Thomas Jefferson University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13246: 2018 AM Acceptance and Acceptability Testing of Modern Fluoroscopy Equipment - Image Quality and Perception
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13250: 2018 AM IGRT for SBRT
Presented by George Ding, PhD Vanderbilt University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13215: 2018 AM MR-Only Treatment Planning and MR-SIM
Presented by Neelam Tyagi, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13216: 2018 AM PET in Radiation Oncology: Advances in Chemistry, Biology and Physics
Presented by Edward Graves, PhD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13217: 2018 AM PET/MR in Diagnosis, Therapy and Response Assessment
Presented by Georges El Fakhri, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12988: 2018 AM Do This, Not That: The Therac25 Control Software
Presented by Richard Popple, PhD Univ Alabama Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12991: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13010: 2018 AM Functional MRI
Presented by Ho-Ling Anthony Liu, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13047: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13055: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13098: 2018 AM MRI
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13080: 2018 AM Exploring and Modeling of Rational Combinations Between Various Immunotherapeutic Approaches and Radiotherapy
Presented by Clemens Grassberger, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13119: 2018 AM Clinical Experience with Automated Planning for 4pi Treatment Delivery
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13164: 2018 AM Electromagnetic Tracking for Real-Time Guidance and Fast Channel Reconstruction in HDR Brachytherapy
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, PhD Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13161: 2018 AM Bridging the Knowledge Gap of MRI Implementation for HDR Brachytherapy
Presented by Firas Mourtada, PhD Christiana Care Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13168: 2018 AM Pediatric Protocols
Presented by Sarah McKenney, PhD University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3235: 2014 SCM Beyond auditing: What we have learned from phantom credentialing for clinical trials
Presented by Stephen Kry, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Ctr., Houston, TX, 77030, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11710: 2016 AM 4n Radiotherapy
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11604: 2016 AM Proton Treatment Planning and Beam Optimization
Presented by Mark Pankuch, PhD Northwestern Medicine Proton Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11938: 2017 SS Brachytherapy Treatment Planning
Presented by Bruce Libby, University of Virginia
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12100: 2017 AM Panel Member
Presented by Jacqueline Zoberi, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12101: 2017 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12749: 2018 AM Image Guidance in Radiation Therapy
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12797: 2018 AM QC for Standard Displays
Presented by Nicholas Bevins, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12799: 2018 AM QC and Measurement for Color Displays
Presented by Michael Flynn, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12736: 2018 AM RO-SSI's Role in Facilitating Safety Improvements in Radiotherapy
Presented by Ramon Alfredo Siochi, PhD West Virginia University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12741: 2018 AM IT Management in a Major Hospital System
Presented by Bruce Curran, MEng Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12583: 2018 SCM Database Basics Including Applications in Radiotherapy for Safety and Efficiency
Presented by Peter Balter, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12565: 2018 SCM Project Management Essentials: Increase Your Impact by Understanding the Bigger Picture - Part 4
Presented by Arnold Pompos, UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12500: 2017 AM Mentoring in the Clinic: Achieving the Best for Patient Care
Presented by Robin Stern, PhD UC Davis Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12501: 2017 AM Mentoring in Research: Finding the Balance Between Achieving Productivity and Spurring Creativity
Presented by John Boone, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12329: 2017 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3731: 2014 AM Overview
Presented by Ira Kalet PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3732: 2014 AM Databases
Presented by Todd McNutt PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11116: 2016 SCM Ethical Issues in Medical Physics Research
Presented by Naim Ozturk, PhD, The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11152: 2016 SCM Molecular Breast Imaging: History and Recent Developments
Presented by Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4590: 2015 AM Process Mapping
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4591: 2015 AM Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12606: 2018 SCM Advances in TBI
Presented by Xuejun Gu, UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


13206: 2018 AM Targeting Internal Anatomy in Real-Time during Radiotherapy
Presented by Paul Keall, PhD University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 10 responding =


13190: 2018 AM Working On MRI Guided Machines (MRI-Linac/Co60) for Medical Physicists Who Are Trained in MRI
Presented by Yingli Yang, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


12727: 2018 AM Automated Knowledge - Based Planning Across Multiple Disease Sites and 1,000+ Patients: The UC San Diego Experience
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


11174: 2016 SCM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


12560: 2018 SCM Clinical Review of Imaging for Treatment Verification
Presented by Laura Cervino, UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 15 responding =


13204: 2018 AM Source of motions: Imaging and monitoring during the process of external beam radiotherapy
Presented by Yi Rong, PhD University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 12 responding =


13054: 2018 AM Patient Specific Imaging Phantoms Using 3D Printing
Presented by Shuai Leng, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


11820: 2017 SCM CT Protocol Review - Validation and Verification
Presented by David Gauntt, PhD, UAB Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


2732: 2011 SCM Mammography Track - Stereotactic Breast Biopsy - Physics Evaluations
Presented by Melissa Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc., Gardena, CA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13163: 2018 AM Robot-Assisted Brachytherapy
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13106: 2018 AM Diagnostic Imaging
Presented by Dustin Gress, MS American College of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13213: 2018 AM EMR-Related Errors as Found in RO-ILS
Presented by Sheri Weintraub, MS Southcoast Hospitals Group
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13249: 2018 AM Small Field Dosimetry
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD Medical Physics Unit, McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13252: 2018 AM Spinal Cord NTCP
Presented by Lijun Ma, PhD UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12098: 2017 AM Panel Member
Presented by Hania Abdulraouf Al-Hallaq, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12178: 2017 AM Autonomous QA Strategy for Digital LINACs
Presented by Yong Yang, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12626: 2018 SCM Command and Control in the Era of Consolidation
Presented by Louis Potters, Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12595: 2018 SCM Cardiac CT Principles and Radiation Doses
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, Johns Hopkins Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12732: 2018 AM Imaging Product Development; From Concept to a Clinical Device
Presented by Erin Angel, PhD Canon Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12734: 2018 AM MITA's Role in the Development of Safe and Effective Imaging and Radiationplanning and Delivery Products
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12802: 2018 AM IMRT Planning and Clinical Use of Advanced Planning Tools
Presented by Ping Xia, PhD The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11203: 2016 CRCPD The Inspector s Viewpoint on Conventional
Presented by Lisa Bruedigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12600: 2018 SCM Automation in Plan Quality Assurance (QA)
Presented by Charles Mayo, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 8 responding =


13052: 2018 AM Medical 3D Printing: Engineering with Artistic License
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12781: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12733: 2018 AM Quality Assurance Product Development; From Concept to a Clinical Device
Presented by William Simon, MS Sun Nuclear Corp
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12774: 2018 AM The Ins and Outs of the Revised AAPM Code of Ethics
Presented by Christina Skourou, PhD Beaumont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12577: 2018 SCM Empowering the Physicist in the Linac Acceptance Process, the TG210- Perspective
Presented by Angelica Perez-Andujar, University of San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 10 responding =


13253: 2018 AM Paraspinal TCP
Presented by Stanley Benedict, PhD UC Davis Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


12609: 2018 SCM Introduction to the ACR Breast Tomosynthesis QC Program
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, Boulder Community Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13210: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.1 (higher is better), with 9 responding =


13251: 2018 AM General Goals and Problems for the Hytec Project
Presented by Lawrence Marks, MD UNC School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


3044: 2012 CRCPD Linear Accelerator Quality Assurance: Protocols (TG 40, TG51, TG142, upcoming TG100), measurement equipment, and procedures
Presented by Christopher Serago, PhD, Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


13053: 2018 AM Use of Patient Specific 3D Printed Vascular Models for Software Validation and Image Guided Treatment Simulation
Presented by Ciprian Ionita, PhD SUNY Buffalo
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


13099: 2018 AM Mammography
Presented by William Robert Geiser, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12906: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12255: 2017 AM Overview of Resources Available for CT Protocol Optimization
Presented by Timothy Szczykutowicz, PhD University Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12594: 2018 SCM CT Dosimetry in the Clinical Environment: Methods and Analysis
Presented by Manuel Arreola, University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12567: 2018 SCM The Use of MRI in High Dose Rate Brachytherapy Treatment for Cervical Cancer
Presented by Yi Rong, University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


473: 2012 AM AAPM TG157: An Overview of Source Modeling and Beam Commissioning for Clinical Monte Carlo
Presented by Chang Ming Charlie Ma, Philadelphia, PA, 19111, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13014: 2018 AM Toward Theragnostic Radiotherapy
Presented by Eric Paulson, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13108: 2018 AM Medical Health Physics
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13110: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13116: 2018 AM Clinical Experience with Philips Auto-Planning
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13167: 2018 AM Dual Energy Protocols
Presented by Lifeng Yu, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


13239: 2018 AM Introduction of Artificial Intelligence
Presented by Jing Cai, PhD The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11606: 2016 AM Clinical Applications of CBCT for Proton Therapy
Presented by Boon-Keng Kevin Teo, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11607: 2016 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11448: 2016 AM Novel Applications for Current EPID Technology
Presented by Joerg Rottmann, PhD Brigham and Woman's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11353: 2016 AM SBRT Treatment Planning and Delivery
Presented by Yong Yang, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11391: 2016 AM Hypothesis Or Hypotheses, That Is the Question
Presented by Elizabeth Hipp, PhD University of Vermont Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11711: 2016 AM Quality Assurance for Advanced Digital Linac Implementations
Presented by Victoria Yu, MS UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11734: 2016 AM How to Identify and Resolve Potential Clinical Errors
Presented by Indra Das, PhD NYU Langone Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12099: 2017 AM Panel Member
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12563: 2018 SCM Project Management Essentials: Increase Your Impact by Understanding the Bigger Picture - Part 2
Presented by Justin Parscale, Perkins+Will
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12548: 2017 AM Best Practice Recommendations From AAPM Task Group 275
Presented by Luis Fong de los Santos, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12494: 2017 AM Display Quality Assurance: Introduction to Current Display Technologies for Medical Image Viewing
Presented by Alisa Walz-Flannigan, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12429: 2017 AM New Generation Solid State Digital Photon Counting PET
Presented by Jun Zhang, The Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12748: 2018 AM Summary of the AAPM FOReM On Image Guided Therapy
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12635: 2018 SCM Multi-Modality Stereotactic Breast Imaging Biopsy Systems
Presented by William Robert Geiser, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12807: 2018 AM When and Why Is Quantitative Imaging Important?
Presented by Dan Sullivan, MD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3803: 2014 AM Respiration-Correlated CT and Cone-Beam CT: Principles and Clinical Applications
Presented by Gig Mageras PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4378: 2015 AM Integration Issues in Electronic Charting for External Beam Therapy
Presented by Steven Sutlief, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11114: 2016 SCM Ethical Issues in Medical Physics Education
Presented by Nina Bahar, MSc, Landauer Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


2999: 2003 AM Use of CT and PET in Radotherapy
Presented by Sasa Mutic, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2381: 2013 AM Accuracy and Precision in Cranial Radiosurgery: Gamma knife uncertainty
Presented by David Schlesinger, PhD, University of Virginia Health Systems, Charlottesville, VA, 22908-0742 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2858: 2005 AM Regulatory Update for Brachytherapy
Presented by Glenn Glasgow, Ph.D., Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2947: 2004 AM Image-Guided Therapy: Joint Diagnostic-Therapy Symposium
Presented by Michael Vannier, M.D., University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3012: 2002 AM CT Image Reconstruction
Presented by Terry Peters, Robarts Research Institute, London, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2804: 2001 AM Tomotherapy
Presented by Thomas Mackie, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2817: 2005 AM Recent Advances and State-Of-The-Art in Screen-Film Receptors and Film Processing
Presented by Robert Dickerson, Kodak Research Laboratory , Rochester, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2490: 2007 AM Quality Assurance in Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy
Presented by Timothy Solberg, PhD, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2639: 2006 AM Understanding Pediatric Radiation Therapy
Presented by Arthur Olch, Ph.D., Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2178: 2011 SS Look into the Future of External Beam Radiotherapy
Presented by David Jaffray
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


94: 2012 SCM Project Management Principles for Medical Physicists
Presented by Dr. David Hintenlang, Ph.D., University of Florida, Biomedical Engineering
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13231: 2018 AM Panel Member
Presented by Mariela Porras-Chaverri, PhD Universidad de Costa Rica
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13232: 2018 AM Panel Member
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13220: 2018 AM Update On PET Testing, TG126
Presented by James Halama, PhD Loyola Univ Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13234: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13254: 2018 AM Q&A
Presented by Ellen Yorke, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13165: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13157: 2018 AM Collision Detection and Avoidance
Presented by Laura Padilla, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13117: 2018 AM Clinical Experience with Automated Multicriteria Optimization
Presented by Ben J. Heijmen, PhD Erasmus MC Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13118: 2018 AM Clinical Experience with Rapidplan-Eclipse
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13135: 2018 AM JC Inspections
Presented by Andrea D'Andrea Browne, PhD The Joint Commission
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13079: 2018 AM Cancer Immunotherapy and Radiation-Induced Immune Modulation: A Primer for Medical Physicists
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13005: 2018 AM Pushing the Frontier of Automation: Applications & Safe Incorporation in Clinical Care
Presented by Jean Moran, PhD Univ Michigan Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13006: 2018 AM Automation and Artificial Intelligence for Precision Radiation Therapy QA
Presented by Bin Han, PhD Stanford Univ School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13056: 2018 AM A Walk Down Memory Lane
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD Columbia University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13057: 2018 AM Fluoroscopy Technology Today
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13058: 2018 AM Fluoroscopy Technology Tomorrow
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12900: 2018 AM Optimizing Radiation Therapy Process in Small Community Hospital Environment
Presented by Wenzheng Feng, MS Bayhealth Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12901: 2018 AM Root Cause Analysis and Process Change
Presented by Jenghwa Chang, PhD Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12831: 2018 AM Medical Physics for World Benefit
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, DSc Western University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12833: 2018 AM Professional development, funding opportunities, and career paths for Medical Physicists in Global Health
Presented by Stephen Avery, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13000: 2018 AM Normal and non-normal distributions: Why understanding distributions are important when designing experiments and analyzing data
Presented by Jenghwa Chang, PhD Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12994: 2018 AM TPS Dose Algorithms: MPPG 5
Presented by
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12996: 2018 AM Linear Accelerator Performance Tests: MPPG 8
Presented by Robert Krauss, DMP St. Francis Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12986: 2018 AM Automation in Treatment Plan QA: Toward Self-Driving Patient Care
Presented by Kelly Younge, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12973: 2018 AM Solid State Photo-Detection PET Instrumentation and Technology - Discovery MI PET/CT and Signa PET/MR
Presented by Osama Mawlawi, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Ctr.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12943: 2018 AM AI in Radiology - Now and in the Future
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12935: 2018 AM Breakthroughs in Coherent Ultrasound Transmission Tomography Systems
Presented by Paul Carson, PhD The University of Michigan Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12918: 2018 AM Implementation of Automated Planning in Clinical Trials and Multi-Institutional Environments
Presented by Martha Matuszak, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3236: 2014 SCM ACR Requirements and the Annual Survey
Presented by Sandra Larson, PhD, Univ Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3234: 2014 SCM ACR Requirements for Routine Quality Control
Presented by Nicholas Hangiandreou, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3097: 2007 SS Shielding Design for PET
Presented by Jon Anderson, PhD, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2165: 2011 SS Look into the Future of External Beam Radiotherapy
Presented by Katja Lagen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


1855: 2011 AM Overview of Accreditation Programs for Radiation Oncology: ACR and ACRO
Presented by Tariq Mian, PhD, FACR
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11773: 2016 AM Open Source Hardware: General Overview
Presented by Francois Therriault-Proulx
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11719: 2016 AM Real-Time Tracking with Implanted Markers
Presented by Qianyi Xu, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11708: 2016 AM Trajectory Modulated Arc Therapy: Application to Partial Breast Irradiation
Presented by Dimitre Hristov, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11334: 2016 AM MR-Guided Radiation Therapy with Gadolinium Nanoparticles: From Chalkboard to First Clinical Trials
Presented by Lucie Sancey, University Grenoble Alpes
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11450: 2016 AM Future EPID Technology and Applications
Presented by Larry Edward Antonuk, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11428: 2016 AM Cancer and the Immune System: The Basics !
Presented by Elizabeth Repasky, Roswell Park Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11429: 2016 AM Radiation Therapy to Ignite An Anti-Cancer Immune Response
Presented by Sylvia Formenti, Weill Cornell Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11430: 2016 AM Current Clinical Trials Using Radiation and Immunomodulatory Agents
Presented by Norman Coleman, National Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11525: 2016 AM Assure the quality of treatment planning when time is constrained
Presented by Jenghwa Chang, PhD Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11457: 2016 AM Make Margins Simple: Use Real-Time Target Tracking
Presented by Paul Keall, PhD University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11458: 2016 AM Gating Is the Best ITV Killer
Presented by Daniel Low, PhD UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11549: 2016 AM Navigating the Black, White, and Gray
Presented by Jeffrey Limmer, MSc US Oncology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11568: 2016 AM Are Track Structure Simulations Truly Needed for Radiobiology at the Cellular and Tissue Levels?
Presented by Robert Stewart, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11608: 2016 AM Overview of the ASTRO-NIH-AAPM 2015 Workshop On Exploring Opportunities for Radiation Oncology in the Era of Big Data
Presented by Stanley Benedict, PhD University of California Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11605: 2016 AM Current State of Volumetric Image Guidance for Proton Therapy
Presented by Chia-Ho Hua, PhD St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11610: 2016 AM Learning Health Systems for Radiation Oncology: Needs and Challenges for Future Success
Presented by Todd McNutt, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11621: 2016 AM Modern Statistical Modeling
Presented by Andrzej Niemierko, PhD Department of Radiation Oncology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11664: 2016 AM Radiation Safety Surveys in Diagnostic Imaging
Presented by Chad Dillon, MS Alliance Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11627: 2016 AM MRI Signal in Biological Tissues - Proton, Spin, T1, T2, T2*
Presented by Krzysztof Gorny, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11603: 2016 AM Basic Physics of Proton Therapy
Presented by Bijan Arjomandy, PhD McLaren Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12095: 2017 AM Implementing a Clinical Practice Guideline; Lessons From An Early Adopter of MPPG 5.a
Presented by Dustin Jacqmin, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12043: 2017 AM New Research Horizons: Challenges and Opportunities
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11969: 2017 SS Interstitial - Process
Presented by Daniel Scanderbeg, UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11970: 2017 SS Interstitial - Dosimetry
Presented by Deidre Batchelar, BC Cancer Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11937: 2017 SS Brachytherapy Targeting
Presented by Wayne Butler, Wheeling Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11927: 2017 SS Theory 1 (General)
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11973: 2017 SS Intraop Process
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12140: 2017 AM High intensity focused ultrasound therapy
Presented by Steffen Sammet, MD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12110: 2017 AM Deep Learning: Principles, Achievements and Future Potential in Medical Imaging
Presented by Berkman Sahiner, PhD US Food and Drug Administration
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12170: 2017 AM Practical Clinical MRI Safety for the Therapeutic Medical Physicist
Presented by Maxwell Amurao, PhD Columbia University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12183: 2017 AM Experience Building a Learning Health System and Decision Support in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Todd McNutt, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11847: 2017 SCM TG275
Presented by Deborah Schofield , Saint Vincent Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11866: 2017 SCM The Tolerance of the Nervous System to SBRT: Dogma, Data and Recommendations
Presented by Paul Medin, PhD, UT Southwestern Medical Ctr at Dallas
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11867: 2017 SCM Clinical Outcomes Modeling and Molecular Imaging for Hypofractionated Radiotherapy
Presented by David Carlson, PhD, Yale Univ. School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11939: 2017 SS Guidance for Catheter Placement 1
Presented by Susan Richardson, Swedish Medical Center-Tumor Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11988: 2017 SS US-Based (Live) Implants: Pre-Tx QA
Presented by Deidre Batchelar, BC Cancer Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12257: 2017 AM Joint Commission Diagnostic Imaging Requirements: Survey Results Update
Presented by Andrea D'Andrea Browne, PhD The Joint Commission
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12201: 2017 AM How Dose Tracking Affects Protocol Optimization in Tertiary Healthcare Centers
Presented by Mannudeep Kalra, Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12259: 2017 AM DBT Quality Assurance: Medical Physicists Role, From Equipment Evaluation to Soft Copy Image Display
Presented by Kish Chakrabarti, PhD CDRH/FDA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12641: 2018 CRCPD Shielding reportssurveys
Presented by Bette Blankenship
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12735: 2018 AM FDA's Role in the Regulatory Clearance of Safe and Effective Imaging and Radiation Planning and Delivery Products
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12730: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12731: 2018 AM Radiotherapy Product Development;from Concept to a Clinical Device
Presented by Corey Zankowski, PhD Varian Oncology Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12717: 2018 AM Science and the Medical Physicist in Innovation
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12430: 2017 AM New Generation Solid State LightBurst PET
Presented by Osama Mawlawi, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Ctr.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12428: 2017 AM Basics of PET Physics and Instrumentation
Presented by Timothy Turkington, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12385: 2017 AM What Is Medical Physics 3.0?
Presented by Ehsan Samei, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12572: 2018 SCM Current Standards for Diagnostic Imaging and Future Addition of Fluoroscopy
Presented by Andrea Browne, The Joint Commission
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12526: 2017 AM Use of EPIDs for Non-Routine Linac QA
Presented by Bin Cai, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12527: 2017 AM Processes and Tools for Rethinking Linac QA
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12582: 2018 SCM Current Standards for Information Exchange in Radiation Oncology: DICOM, DICOM-RT, and HL7
Presented by Bruce Curran, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4376: 2015 AM Review of TG-262 Internal Survey of Practices in EMR for External Beam Therapy
Presented by James Mechalakos, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4377: 2015 AM Considerations and Issues in Electronic Charting for Brachytherapy
Presented by Susan Richardson, PhD Swedish Medical Center-Tumor Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3804: 2014 AM 4D PET: Promises and Limitations
Presented by Tinsu Pan PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3806: 2014 AM Dosimetric Challenges & Pitfalls in Image Guided SBRT
Presented by Zheng Chang PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3782: 2014 AM Outcomes of Hypofractionated Treatments - Initial Results of the WGSBRT - Intro
Presented by Jimm Grimm PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3789: 2014 AM Radiobiology of High Dose Per Fraction
Presented by Michael Joiner PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3757: 2014 AM Introduction
Presented by Nicole Ranger MSc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3758: 2014 AM How Institutions Can Support Professional Success for Women
Presented by Elizabeth Travis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3766: 2014 AM Principles of PET/CT, Quality Control and Calibration
Presented by Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3867: 2014 AM CT Radiation Dose Reporting from DICOM
Presented by Frank Dong PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3862: 2014 AM Training and Evaluation of Residents in a Distributed ("Hub and Spoke") Residency
Presented by John Gibbons PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3922: 2014 AM Two Year Experience with Lean Methodologies in Radiation Oncology at Baylor Scott and White Health
Presented by Sunita Boddu PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3923: 2014 AM Experience with Lean/Six-Sigma in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Todd Pawlicki PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3991: 2009 AM Establishing a Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) Clinical Program, Part 1: Physics and Dosimetry
Presented by Stanley H. Benedict, PhD, University of Virginia Health Systems, Charlottesville, VA, 22908-0375, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3955: 2014 AM Automated Ultrasound for Breast Imaging
Presented by Mallika Keralapura
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4278: 2015 SS Proton Specific Imaging
Presented by Katja Langen, PhD, University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4278: 2015 SS Proton Specific Imaging
Presented by Reinhard Schulte, DM, Loma Linda University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4837: 2015 AM Active Implants in MRI: The MR Technologist's Perspective
Presented by Vera Kimbrell, Brigham & Women's
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4876: 2015 SBRT Introduction to the Radiation Biology of Hypofractionation
Presented by Michael Joiner, PhD, Wayne State Univ School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11129: 2016 SCM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11149: 2016 SCM Improving Patient Safety: Contributions From the Work Group On Prevention of Errors in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11181: 2016 SCM Psychophysics and the Human Visual System
Presented by Elizabeth Anne Krupinski, PhD, Emory Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4839: 2015 AM Basics of Gamma Camera Operations and Quality Assurance
Presented by Sharon White, PhD University of Alabama at Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4592: 2015 AM Fault Tree Analysis
Presented by Peter Dunscombe, University of Calgary
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4593: 2015 AM Development of Quality Management Program
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12574: 2018 SCM Measurement-Based Patient-Specific IMRT QA: Fact and Fiction
Presented by Moyed Miften, University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.9 (higher is better), with 9 responding =


13183: 2018 AM Theory and Other Outcomes
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Landauer Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.9 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


13046: 2018 AM Review of AAPM TG 157 Recommendations
Presented by Charlie Ma, PhD Fox Chase Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 6 responding =


13188: 2018 AM Working On MRI Simulator for Medical Physicists Who Are Trained in MRI
Presented by Jing Cai, PhD The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


13186: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 8 responding =


13024: 2018 AM Introduction
Presented by Ingrid Reiser, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


11352: 2016 AM Fundamental Aspects of SBRT
Presented by Fang-Fang Yin, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


11138: 2016 SCM Strategies for Total Quality in Radiation Therapy - Part I
Presented by Samuel Hancock, PhD, Southeast Missouri Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding =


12575: 2018 SCM Is It Safe, Non-Measurement Based Patient Specific IMRT QA?
Presented by Byong Yong Yi, Univ. of Maryland School Of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 10 responding =


436: 2012 AM SBRT Treatment Planning: Practical Considerations
Presented by Linda Hong, Bronx, NY, 10461, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12581: 2018 SCM IT Basics and Trouble Shooting for the Clinical Medical Physicist
Presented by Wenzheng Feng, Bayhealth Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13208: 2018 AM Management of Irregular Respiration in Cine 4DCT
Presented by Tinsu Pan, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


2361: 2013 AM Advanced Technologies for Breast RT
Presented by X. Allen Li, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 53226 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3163: 2005 SS Introduction to Prostate Brachytherapy
Presented by Wayne Butler, PhD, Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, WV
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11456: 2016 AM Is ITV the Correct Motion Encompassing Strategy?
Presented by Marcel van Herk, University of Manchester, Christie NHS Trust
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11779: 2016 AM Introduction to Scripting in RayStation
Presented by John Eley, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11780: 2016 AM Pinnacle Scripting: Improving Efficiency While Maintaining Safety
Presented by Joseph Moore, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11868: 2017 SCM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12496: 2017 AM Display Quality Assurance: Considerations for Establishing a Routine QA Program
Presented by Michael Silosky, MS University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12586: 2018 SCM Current and Future IT Applications in the Clinical Medical Physics World
Presented by Bryon Murray, OMPC Therapy, LLC and OMPC Diagnostics, LLC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12587: 2018 SCM Developing a Relationship with Your IT Department: Understanding Modern Technology Requirements
Presented by Scott Wilson, Riverside Methodist Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12803: 2018 AM SBRT Planning
Presented by Cynthia Fu-Yu Chuang, PhD UC San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


4294: 2015 SS Quality Assurance
Presented by Bijan Arjomandy, PhD, McLaren Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12559: 2018 SCM IGRT: Effective Decisions with Multi-Modality Imaging Systems
Presented by Jenghwa Chang, Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.4 (higher is better), with 17 responding =


13187: 2018 AM Working On MRI Simulator for Medical Physicists Who Are Not Trained in MRI
Presented by Oana Craciunescu, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


2859: 2005 AM Cone-Beam CT with Flat-Panel Detectors: Applications in Diagnostic and Image-Guided Procedures
Presented by Jeffrey Siewerdsen, Ph.D., University Health Network, Toronto, ON, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13011: 2018 AM MR Spectroscopy
Presented by Samuel Einstein, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13033: 2018 AM The Need for Quantitative Imaging in Medical Oncology Treatment Guidance and Assessment
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


2020: 2010 AM Epidemiologic Evidence of Late Effects from Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy
Presented by Rebecca M Howell, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


12499: 2017 AM Transitioning From Mentee to Mentor in Private Practice: Adapting to A New Reality
Presented by Tyler Fisher, MS Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


11122: 2016 SCM Limitations of Gamma Analysis
Presented by Daniel Low, PhD, UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13045: 2018 AM Monte Carlo Based Dose Calculation
Presented by Indrin Chetty, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


13209: 2018 AM Management of Irregular Respiration in Helical 4DCT
Presented by Daniel Low, PhD UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


12104: 2017 AM Software-Aided Plan Verification
Presented by Gil'ad Cohen, MS Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13078: 2018 AM Cancer Immunotherapy and Radiation-Induced Immune Modulation: A Primer for Medical Physicists
Presented by Stanley Benedict UC Davis Cancer Center for Arta Monjazeb
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


2155: 2011 SS Modeling Planning and Delivery Uncertainties
Presented by Siyong Kim
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12253: 2017 AM Phase-Contrast Imaging of the Breast with Photon-Counting Detectors
Presented by Ke Li, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12564: 2018 SCM Project Management Essentials: Increase Your Impact by Understanding the Bigger Picture - Part 3
Presented by Claire Almanza, UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12478: 2017 AM Common Image Filters and Artifact Reduction Techniques
Presented by Jussi Sillanpaa, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12801: 2018 AM Introduction of Lynn Verhey and Treatment Planning in Medical Physics 3.0
Presented by Bruce Curran, MEng Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


3898: 2014 AM Overview of MLC-based Linac Radiosurgery
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12987: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12972: 2018 AM Solid State Photo-Detection PET Instrumentation and Technology - Vereos PET/CT
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13218: 2018 AM Multienergy CT: Extending the Power of Clinical CT
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13238: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3262: 2002 AM Emerging Clinical Digital Mammography Technologies
Presented by Andrew Karellas, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11738: 2016 AM AAPM TG-135U1 QA for Robotic Radiosurgery
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11677: 2016 AM Definition of D&I/AAPM Efforts (Stephen Avery/Will Ngwa)
Presented by Stephen Avery, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11569: 2016 AM Modeling of Biological Processes - What Happens After Early Molecular Damage?
Presented by Stephen McMahon, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11617: 2016 AM Introduction: Not Everything You Read Is True
Presented by David Schlesinger, PhD University of Virginia Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11609: 2016 AM Where Do We Stand in the Applications of Big Data in Radiation Oncology?
Presented by Lei Xing, PhD Stanford University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11567: 2016 AM Connecting Nanoscale Physics to Initial DNA Damage Through Track Structure Simulations
Presented by Jan Schuemann, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11518: 2016 AM Planning and Treatment Delivery for APBI Using Savi, Contura and ML Mammosite
Presented by Silvia Pella, PhD 21st Century Oncology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11432: 2016 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11475: 2016 AM Introduction to In-Room Imaging System Characteristics
Presented by Jenghwa Chang, PhD Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


11476: 2016 AM Treatment Site-Specific Considerations for Clinical IGRT
Presented by Krishni Wijesooriya, PhD University of Virginia Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12708: 2018 AM Using Scientific Thought to Avoid Mistakes
Presented by David Followill, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12584: 2018 SCM If Only My Planning System Could...Using Scripting to Push the Envelope On Clinical Capabilities of Treatment Planning Systems
Presented by Charles Mayo, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3894: 2014 AM Cloud Computing in Medical Imaging
Presented by George Kagadis PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3733: 2014 AM Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


4065: 2015 ILS SAM 2: Severity Metrics/Causal Analysis
Presented by Gary Ezzell, Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12728: 2018 AM Impact of Artificial Intelligence On Cancer Radiotherapy
Presented by Steve Jiang, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.9 (higher is better), with 7 responding =


13185: 2018 AM Diagnostic Imaging Experience
Presented by Dianna Cody, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.8 (higher is better), with 5 responding =


12547: 2017 AM Risk Analysis to Inform Physics Plan Review Recommendations
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding =


13224: 2018 AM Deep Learning with Medical Images - LAB
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12091: 2017 AM The Current Trajectory of Personalized Adaptive RT
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


12739: 2018 AM Overview of IT Issues in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Ramon Alfredo Siochi, PhD West Virginia University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


11147: 2016 SCM An Analysis of Shielding Design in Medical Imaging: Are We Overshielding? Part II
Presented by Bryon Murray, MS, Ohio Medical Physics Consulting, LLC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding =


284: 2009 AM Establishing a Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) Clinical Program, Part 1: Physics and Dosimetry
Presented by Dale Michael Lovelock, PhD, Mem Sloan-Kettering Cancer Ctr, New York, NY, 10021, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3165: 2005 SS Prostate Seed Implant Delivery
Presented by Eugene Lief, PhD, Maimonides Comprehensive Cancer Center, Brooklyn, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12131: 2017 AM Radiogenomics with Machine Learning
Presented by Gaurav Pandey, Mount Sinai
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12256: 2017 AM Real World CT Protocol Optimization: Developing Dose and Protocol Monitoring From Scratch
Presented by Ingrid Reiser, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2965: 2004 AM Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy, Part II: Clinical Experience and Rationale
Presented by Danny Song, M.D., Medical College of Virginia Hospitals of Virginia, Richmond, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12945: 2018 AM How Much Data Do We Need, and Where Do We Get It?
Presented by Joseph Deasy, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12851: 2018 AM Choosing the Right Scan Parameters: Basic Scans Neuro, MSK, Body
Presented by Dianna Cody, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13068: 2018 AM Panel Member
Presented by Indrin Chetty, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13121: 2018 AM The AAPM Working Group on Grand Challenges
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


13148: 2018 AM From Score to Performance: Planning and Troubleshooting
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3166: 2005 SS Permanent Prostate Brachytherapy Post Procedure Evaluation
Presented by William Bice, Jr., PhD, International Medical Physics Services, San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3154: 2005 SS Brachytherapy Systems III: Paris System
Presented by Michael Gillin, PhD, MD, Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


3210: 2014 SCM Breast MR Imaging and Quality Control
Presented by Donna Reeve, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12252: 2017 AM Photon-Counting Detectors in Mammographic Imaging
Presented by Sabee Molloi, PhD University of California
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


12130: 2017 AM Outcomes Models with Machine Learning
Presented by Sarah Gulliford, Institute of Cancer Research & Royal Marsden
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding =


2972: 2004 AM Monte Carlo Treatment Planning: Physicist and Physician Perspectives
Presented by Indrin Chetty, Ph.D., University Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2991: 2003 AM Practical Commissioning of Photon Beam Algorithms
Presented by Daniel Pavord, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Houston, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3010: 2002 AM Fundamentals of Single-Row and Multiple-Row Detector CT
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3011: 2002 AM Quality Control in CT
Presented by Lawrence Rothenberg, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3045: 2012 CRCPD Treatment Planning Systems: Description, Clinical Implementation, and Quality Assurance
Presented by Amish Shah, PhD, Md Anderson Cancer Center Orlando
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3046: 2012 CRCPD High Dose Rate Brachytherapy: Description, Clinical Implementation, and Quality Assurance
Presented by Mary Fox, MS, Minneapolis Radiation Oncology, Fairview Southdale
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3047: 2012 CRCPD Quality Assurance for IMRT Systems
Presented by Robert Staton, PhD, Md Anderson Cancer Center Orlando
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3048: 2012 CRCPD Classification and prevention of errors in radiation oncology
Presented by Twyla Willoughby, MS, Md Anderson Cancer Center Orlando
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3049: 2012 CRCPD Inspection Protocol for Medical Linear Accelerators
Presented by William Dundulis, Jr, Rhode Island Department of Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3050: 2010 CRCPD How did we get here?
Presented by Melissa Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3051: 2010 CRCPD Brachytherapy Medical Events
Presented by Ralph Lieto, MS, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3052: 2010 CRCPD Low Dose Rate Brachytherapy
Presented by Mary Fox, MS, Rad Therapy at Fairview Southdale, Inc, Minneapolis, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3053: 2010 CRCPD High Dose Rate Brachytherapy
Presented by Ileane Iftimia, PhD Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3054: 2010 CRCPD Beyond the Radiation Safety Manual
Presented by Eileen Cirino, MS, Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3055: 2010 CRCPD Auditing Brachytherapy Programs
Presented by Herbert Mower,PhD, Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2860: 2005 AM Matrix Inversion Tomosynthesis (MITS) Imaging of the Chest
Presented by Devon Godfrey, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2862: 2005 AM Introduction to Dual-Modality Imaging and SPECT/CT
Presented by UCSF Physics Research Laboratory, San Francisco, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2952: 2004 AM PET/CT Attenuation Correction and Image Fusion
Presented by Jonathan Carney, Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2953: 2004 AM Managing Patient Dose in Fluoroscopic Procedures
Presented by Keith Strauss, M.Sc., Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2957: 2004 AM Understanding Digital Modalities: System Integration and Use
Presented by Donald Peck, Ph.D, Henry Ford Hospital System, Detroit, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2963: 2004 AM Interpretation of In-Air Output Ratio and Its Impact On Dose Calculation
Presented by Timothy Zhu, Ph.D., University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2963: 2004 AM Interpretation of In-Air Output Ratio and Its Impact On Dose Calculation
Presented by Anders Ahnesjo, Ph.D., Nucletron, Uppsala, Sweden
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2964: 2004 AM Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy, Part I: Physics and Technology
Presented by Stanley Benedict, Ph.D, VA Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3013: 2002 AM Adult and Pediatric Doses in CT
Presented by Walter Huda, SUNY Upstate Medical Univ, Syracuse, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3017: 2002 AM FDA Guidelines for Magnetic Resonance Equipment Safety
Presented by Loren Zaremba, Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3023: 2002 AM TG18: A New Development in Display Quality and Performance Evaluation
Presented by Ehsan Samei, Duke University, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3031: 2002 AM Quantitative IntraVascular UltraSound
Presented by Jouke Dijkstra, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3032: 2002 AM Ultrasound Scanners: Performance Expectations and Assessments
Presented by James Zagzebski, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3033: 2002 AM Image Reconstruction and Image Fusion (PET/CT)
Presented by Jeffrey Yap, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3043: 2012 CRCPD Introduction to Radiation Oncology: Equipment, process and importance of quality in RO
Presented by Herbert Mower, PhD, Lahey Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2819: 2005 AM Effect of Scan Parameters in Cardiac Imaging with MDCT
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2821: 2005 AM PET Scanner Performance: Quality Assurance and Acceptance Testing
Presented by Brad Kemp, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2824: 2005 AM Releasing Nuclear Medicine Patients to the Public: Dose Computations and Discharge Instructions
Presented by Robert Reiman, Duke Univ Medical Center, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2825: 2005 AM High Field MRI - Technology, Applications, Safety, and Limitations
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, Ph.D., UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2826: 2005 AM A Comparison of Screen/Film and Digital Imaging: Image Processing, Image Quality, and Dose
Presented by Ralph Schaetzing, Ph.D., Agfa Corporation, Greenville, SC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2827: 2005 AM Converting the Radiology Department From Film-Screen to Digital – Making the Transition
Presented by S. Jeff Shepard, MS, U. T. M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2828: 2005 AM Digital Image Processing in Radiography
Presented by Xiaohui Wang, Ph.D., Kodak Research Laboratories, Rochester, NY , Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2830: 2005 AM PET/CT Attenuation Correction and Image Fusion
Presented by Jonathan Carney, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2835: 2005 AM Evaluation and Consulting On Patient Dose In Diagnostic Imaging
Presented by Joel Gray, Ph.D., Landauer, Inc., Glenwood, IL & Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2835: 2005 AM Evaluation and Consulting On Patient Dose In Diagnostic Imaging
Presented by James M. Kofler, Jr., Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2805: 2005 AM The Role of the Physicist in the Planning and Design of Digital Image Management Systems (PACS)
Presented by Michael Flynn, Ph.D., Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2807: 2005 AM Recent Advances in CT: MSCT and Highspeed Scanning
Presented by Lee Goldman, Ph.D., Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2813: 2005 AM The Role of the Medical Physicist in Preparing for Radiation Disasters
Presented by M Hartman*, University California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2814: 2005 AM MR Accreditation Program Quality Control - Beyond Just the Scans and Measurements
Presented by Carl Keener, Ph.D., Medical & Radiation Physics, Inc., San Antonio, TX, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Department of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2815: 2011 SS Head and Neck Q&A
Presented by Vincent Gregoire
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2816: 2011 SS Uncertainties in Treatment Planning and Dose Computation
Presented by Jeff Siebers, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2792: 2001 AM Instrumentation for PET Imaging
Presented by Tom Lewellen, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2793: 2001 AM Ultrasound: New Technologies
Presented by James Zagzebski, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2799: 2001 AM MRI Artifacts in ACR Accreditation Phantom Images
Presented by Geoffrey Clarke, University of Texas Health Science Center at SA, San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2874: 2005 AM Taking Image Science to Task in Advanced X-ray Imaging Modalities
Presented by Jeffrey Siewerdsen, Ph.D., University Health Network, Toronto, ON, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2875: 2005 AM Non-Fourier Methods for the Assesment of Image Quality
Presented by Kyle Myers, Ph.D., CDRH/FDA, Rockville, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2912: 2005 AM In Room Magnetic Resonance Imaging Guided Radiotherapy (MRIgRT)
Presented by Jan J. Lagendijk, Ph.D., University Hospital Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM Teaching Diagnostic Physics to Radiology Residents: A Survey of Physics Learning Strategies Among Radiology Residents
Presented by E. Russell Ritenour, Ph.D., University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM Teaching Diagnostic Physics to Radiology Residents: Panel Discussion
Presented by J. Anthony Seibert, Ph.D., UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM The ABR Examination in Physics for Diagnostic Radiologists
Presented by Daniel Bednarek, Ph.D., University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM Teaching Diagnostic Physics to Radiology Residents: Panel Discussion
Presented by Mark Rzeszotarski, Ph.D., MetroHealth Medical Center, Chesterland, OH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM Teaching Diagnostic Physics to Radiology Residents: Introduction - Goals
Presented by Charles Kelsey, Ph.D., University New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM Teaching Diagnostic Physics to Radiology Residents: What Should We Be Teaching?
Presented by Philip Heintz, Ph.D., University New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM Teaching Diagnostic Physics to Radiology Residents: How Should We Be Doing It?
Presented by J. Anthony Seibert, Ph.D., UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2929: 2005 AM Teaching Diagnostic Physics to Radiology Residents: Summary
Presented by Charles Kelsey, Ph.D., University New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2935: 2005 AM Errors in Radiotherapy
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2941: 2005 AM NRC Update: Part 35 Training and Experience and Who's ACMUI and Why Should a Medical Physicist Care?
Presented by Ralph Lieto, MS, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2856: 2005 AM Quality Assurance of Radiation Treatment Planning Systems: A Significant Challenge?
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, MSc, London Regional Cancer Program, London, ON, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2755: 2001 AM Film Dosimetry
Presented by Chee-Wai Cheng, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, NJ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2755: 2001 AM Film Dosimetry
Presented by Indra Das, Univ Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2843: 2005 AM The Science Behind The ICRP 2005 Recommendations: Biological and Epidemiological Information
Presented by R. Julian Preston, Ph.D., US Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2844: 2005 AM Science Behind Proposed ICRP Recommendations: Dosimetric Quantities and Units Used in Radiation Protection
Presented by Caridad Borras, Ph.D., George Washington University, Washington, DC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2847: 2005 AM IMRT for Head and Neck Cancer
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, Ph.D., Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2852: 2005 AM Managing Respiratory Motion in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Paul Keall, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2733: 2011 SCM Specification and Quality Control Testing of Specimen X-Ray Systems for Breast Specimens
Presented by William Geiser, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2734: 2011 SCM CT Workshop - CA CT Dose Reporting Requirements
Presented by Melissa Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc., Gardena, CA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2735: 2011 SCM Clinical Image Guidance and Imaging
Presented by Atchar Sudhyadhom, Ph.D, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2736: 2011 SCM Imaging Doses in Radiation Therapy From Kilovoltage Cone-Beam CT
Presented by Daniel Hyer, Ph.D, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2737: 2001 AM Advances in 3-D Image Acquisition
Presented by Aaron Fenster, Robarts Research Institute, London, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2473: 2013 SS Exercise 11: Statistical Process Control
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, Ph.D., UCSD Medical Center, La Jolla, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2405: 2013 AM The Journey of Cyberknife Commissioning
Presented by Jun Yang, PhD, Drexel University Alliance Oncology, Philadelphia, PA 19060 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2406: 2013 AM MRI Safety
Presented by Joseph Och, MS, Geisinger Medical Center, DANVILLE, PA, 17822 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2741: 2001 AM Radiopharmaceutical Dosimetry
Presented by Barry Wessels, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2744: 2001 AM Medical Monitor Technologies
Presented by Michael Flynn, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2752: 2001 AM Monitor Unit Calculations for External Photon and Electron Beams
Presented by John Gibbons, Palmetto-Richland Memorial Hospital, Columbia, SC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2777: 2001 AM IMRT Verification Symposium
Presented by Chen-Shou Chui, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2785: 2001 AM Scintillation Camera QC and Accreditation
Presented by L. Stephen Graham, West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2788: 2001 AM Image Fusion in Nuclear Medicine – PET/CT
Presented by James Patton, Vanderbilt Univ Medical Ctr, Nashville, TN, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2789: 2001 AM Practical Aspects of Mammographic Surveys
Presented by Robert Gould, University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2475: 2013 SS Managing Change
Presented by Arno J. Mundt, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2476: 2013 SS Example: Quality in Radiotherapy
Presented by Ellen D. Yorke, Ph.D., Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2477: 2013 AM Electron Radiotherapy, Past, Present, and Future
Presented by John Antolak, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, Kenneth Hogstrom, PhD, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 70803-4001 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2478: 2013 AM Quality Control of Lung SBRT: Minimizing Uncertainties From Simulation to Treatment
Presented by Fang-Fang Yin, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27710 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2479: 2013 AM Quality Control of Lung SBRT: Clinical Perspectives
Presented by Jeffrey Bradley, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 63110 UNITED STATE
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2480: 2013 SS Introduction and Perspective - Panel Discussion
Presented by Presented by: Peter Dunscombe, Ph.D., Tom Baker Cancer Center, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Email: Peter.Dunscombe@albertahealthservices.ca

Jeffrey F. Williamson, Virginia Commonwealth University
Email: jwilliamson@mcvh-vcu.edu

Suzanne Evans, M.D., Yale University, Smilow Cancer Hospital
Email: suzanne.evans@yale.edu
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2481: 2013 SS Systems and Culture - Panel Discussion
Presented by Presented by: Barrett Caldwell, Ph.D., Purdue University,
West Lafayette, IN
Email: bscaldwell@purdue.edu

Suzanne Evans, M.D., Yale University, Smilow Cancer Hospital
Email: suzanne.evans@yale.edu

Jennifer L. Johnson, Ms, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Email: ms_jl_johnson@yahoo.com
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2482: 2013 SS Errors and Actions - Panel Discussion
Presented by Presented by: Zoubir Ouhib, M.S., Lynn Regional Cancer Center, Delray Beach, FL
Email: zouhib@brch.com

Peter Dunscombe, Ph.D., Tom Baker Cancer Center, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Email: Peter.Dunscombe@albertahealthservices.ca

Bruce Thomadsen, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
Email: brthomad@wisc.edu
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2483: 2013 SS Development of a Quality Management Program - Panel Discussion
Presented by Presented by: Jatinder Palta, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
Email:jpalta@mcvh-vcu.edu

Ellen Yorke, Ph.D., Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Email: yorkee@mskcc.org

Jean-Pierre Bissonnette, Ph.D., Princess Margaret Hospital
Email: jean-pierre.bissonnette@rmp.uhn.on.ca
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2484: 2013 CTS Key CT Parameters - What Are They Called and What Do They Mean?
Presented by Michael McNitt-Gray, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, 90025
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2485: 2013 CTS Iterative Reconstruction - Does it Work to Reduce Noise Without Messing up the Images?
Presented by Sarabjeet Singh, Lecturer of Radiology, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2279: 2013 AM Limitations of quantitative imaging to assess tumor response and guide therapy
Presented by Lawrence Marks, MD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 27514 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2280: 2013 AM Range uncertainties in Proton Therapy
Presented by Harald Paganetti, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2281: 2013 AM Technologies Addressing the Range Uncertainty of Ion Therapy:Positron-Emission-Tomography
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. Munich, Germany
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2282: 2013 AM Status Update on Proton CT
Presented by Reinhard Schulte, Loma Linda Univ Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA, 92354 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2283: 2013 AM Using prompt gamma ray emission to address uncertainties in Proton Therapy
Presented by Jerimy Polf, PhD, Oklahoma State University, STILLWATER, OK, 74074 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2284: 2013 AM MR Guided Tx Planning
Presented by Yue Cao, PhD, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2285: 2013 AM MRI-Guided Therapy Planning (I): External Beam Radiation Treatment Planning
Presented by Eric Paulson, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 53226 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2286: 2013 AM MR Guided Brachytherapy
Presented by Robert Cormack, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, 2115 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2287: 2013 AM President's Symposium: Personalized Cancer Medicine: Precision Therapy Redux
Presented by David Jaffray, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, M5G 2M9 CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2288: 2013 AM President's Symposium: Medical Physics in the Era of Genomic Medicine
Presented by John Hazle, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4095 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2289: 2013 AM President's Symposium: Imaging in the era of Genomics and Precision Medicine - Perspectives of a Clinician Scientist
Presented by Hedvig Hricak, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2362: 2013 AM Treatment Planning Considerations for Breast Cancer
Presented by Jean Moran, PhD, Univ Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109-5010 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2363: 2013 AM Clinical Implications of Treatment Planning for Breast Cancer Radiotherapy
Presented by Julia White, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2364: 2013 AM Point and Counter Point Debate: Brachytherapy Is Better Than External Beam Therapy for Partial Breast Irradiation
Presented by Stewart Becker, PhD, NYU Medical Center, New York, NY, 10016 UNITED STATES
Dorin Todor, Virginia Commonwealth Univ, Richmond, VA 23298 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2365: 2013 AM Small Field Dosimetry: Beam and dose modelling in TPS
Presented by Anders Ahnesjo, PhD, Uppsala University, SWEDEN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2366: 2013 AM Small Field Dosimetry
Presented by Indra Das, PhD, 2013 (Indiana) University- School of Medicine, 2013 (Indiana)polis, IN, 46202-5289 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2367: 2013 AM Small Field Dosimetry: Relative dosimetry: detector choice and corrections
Presented by Otto Sauer, PhD, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Bavaria, 97074 GERMANY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2368: 2013 AM Plastic Scintillation Detectors: Present Status and Their Application for Quality Assurance and In Vivo Dosimetry
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, PhD, Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec, Quebec, QC, G1R 2J6 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2369: 2013 AM Plastic Scintillation Detectors: Present Status and Their Application for Quality Assurance and in Vivo Dosimetry
Presented by Sam Beddar, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Ctr., Houston, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2370: 2013 AM Imaging Needs for Proton Therapy: Treatment Planning
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD, Scripps Proton Therapy Center, SAN DIEGO, CA, 92121 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2371: 2013 AM Imaging Needs for Proton Therapy
Presented by Jon Kruse, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2372: 2013 AM Imaging Needs for Protons
Presented by Hanne Kooy, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 02114 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2373: 2013 AM Introduction to IHE-RO: Why is it important? How does it work?
Presented by Bruce Curran, MEng, Alpert Medical School at Brown University, Providence, RI, 02903 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2374: 2013 AM IHE-RO Does it really work? A clinical physicist perspective
Presented by Lakshmi Santanam, PhD, Washington University School of Medicine, St.Louis, MO, 63110 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2375: 2013 AM How does the IHE-RO help in the clinical workflow?
Presented by Rishabh Kapoor, MS, VCU Health System, RICHMOND, VA, 23220 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2376: 2013 AM Safety Improvement Through Incident Learning: Progress on the AAPM/ASTRO System
Presented by Gary Ezzell, PhD, Mayo Clinic Arizona, Phoenix, AZ, 85054 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2377: 2013 AM Safety Improvement Through Incident Learning: Experience with Incident Learning at the Clinical and Institutional Level
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD, University of Washington, SEATTLE, WA, 98195 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2378: 2013 AM Quality and Clinical Outcome: Implications of prospective clinical trials and credentialing
Presented by Adam Dicker, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, 19107 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2379: 2013 AM Safety Improvement Through Incident Learning: The ASTRO/AAPM Radiation Oncology - Incident Learning System
Presented by Anna Hajek, Clarity Group Inc., Chicago, IL, 60631 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2380: 2013 AM Accuracy and Precision in Cranial Radiosurgery: Cyberknife uncertainty
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, SACRAMENTO, CA, 95618 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2383: 2013 AM MR-Guided Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer: Commissioning, Treatment Planning, and Evaluation
Presented by Jing Cai, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, DURHAM, NC, 27710 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2384: 2013 AM MRI Guided GYN Brachytherapy: Clinical Considerations
Presented by Junzo Chino, MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27705 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2385: 2013 AM ART for Cervical Cancer: Dosimetry and Technical Aspects
Presented by David Jaffray, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, M5G 2M9 CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2386: 2013 AM Status of ART in the Clinic: An update on ART for prostate, pancreas and breast
Presented by X. Allen Li, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 53226 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2387: 2013 AM Adaptive Radiotherapy for HN Cancer: Technical Aspects
Presented by Di Yan, DSc, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, 48073 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2388: 2013 AM Clinical Rationale and Promises of Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Presented by Nina Mayr, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 43102 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2389: 2013 AM A Report On Flattening Filter Free C-Arm Linear Accelerators From the Therapy Emerging Technology Assessment Work Group
Presented by Stephen Kry, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Ctr., Houston, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2390: 2013 AM Practical Medical Physics Session: TG-151 Dose Monitoring
Presented by Katie Hulme, MS, The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, 44112 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2391: 2013 AM Reject Analysis in a Digital Radiography (DR) Quality Assurance (QA) Program
Presented by Gary Arbique, PhD, UT Southwestern Medical Ctr at Dallas, Dallas, TX, 75390-9071 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2392: 2013 AM Strategies for Total Quality A Physicist's Perspective
Presented by Samuel Hancock, PhD, Southeast Missouri Hospital, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO, 63703 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2393: 2013 AM Strategies for Total Quality - Practical Quality Improvement
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD, Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Calgary, AB, T2N 4N2 CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2394: 2013 AM Test Development Strategies and Techniques
Presented by G. Donald Frey, PhD, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, 29425 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2395: 2013 AM The Elements of a Highly Effective Educational Session
Presented by Perry Sprawls, PhD, Sprawls Educational Foundation, Montreat, NC, 28757 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2396: 2013 AM Writing Exam Items
Presented by Donna Breckenridge, The American Board of Radiology, Tucson, AZ, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2397: 2013 AM Advanced Dosimetry Beyond TG43: Clinical Implication for breast brachytherapy
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, PhD, Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec, Quebec, QC, G1R 2J6 CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2398: 2013 AM Review of TG-186 recommendations
Presented by Justin Sutherland for Rowan Thomson, PhD, Carleton Univ, Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6 CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2399: 2013 AM Clinical Implementation for Advanced Brachytherapy Dose Calculation Algoriths: Beyond the TG-43 Formalis
Presented by Facundo Ballester, PhD, University of Valencia, Burjassot, E46009 SPAIN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2400: 2013 AM TG132: Image Registration and Fusion
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD, University of Michigan, ANN ARBOR, MI, 48109-5010 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2401: 2013 AM TG132 - Image Registration and Fusion
Presented by Sasa Mutic, PhD, Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO, 63141 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2402: 2013 AM TG132 - Image Registration and Fusion Q & A
Presented by Panel
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2403: 2013 AM A Roadmap for Installing and Commissioning New Equipment
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, SACRAMENTO, CA, 95618 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2408: 2013 AM CT Tools and Protocols Available Through AAPM
Presented by Dianna Cody, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, 77030-4009 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2409: 2013 AM Radiation Therapy Contouring: CNS and Cardiac/Thoracic
Presented by Jonathan Knisely, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2410: 2013 AM Radiation Therapy Contouring: CNS and Cardiac/Thoracic
Presented by Mary Feng, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2418: 2008 SS PET/CT Scanner Designs and Characteristics
Presented by David Townsend, PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2419: 2008 SS PET/CT Simulation for Therapy Applications
Presented by Tinsu Pan, PhD, U.T.M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2420: 2008 SS PET/CT QC/QA
Presented by Magnus Dahlbom, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2424: 2009 CRCPD Exposure Indices -What They Mean
Presented by S. Jeff Shepard, DABR, FAAPM, University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Department of Imaging Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2425: 2009 CRCPD Task Group 151- AAPM Report: QA/QC of Digital Systems
Presented by Aaron Jones, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Imaging Physics, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2426: 2009 CRCPD QA/QC Procedures for GE and Other DR Systems
Presented by Aaron Jones, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Imaging Physics, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2427: 2009 CRCPD QA/QC Procedures for Kodak CR System
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, MS, Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, Imaging Dept, Boulder, CO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2428: 2009 CRCPD Physicians Perspective of Digital Imaging
Presented by Kimberly Applegate, MD. MD, Indiana University, Department of Radiology, Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, IN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2429: 2009 CRCPD QA/QC Procedures for Konica CR System
Presented by Mark Rzeszotarski, Ph.D., MetroHealth Medical Center, Department of Radiology, Cleveland, OH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2430: 2009 CRCPD QA/QC Procedures for Fuji CR system
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, MS, Upstate Medical Physics, Victor, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2431: 2009 CRCPD Physics of Proton Therapy
Presented by Jatinder Palta, Ph.D., University of Florida Health Science Center, Radiation Oncology Department, Gainesville, FL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2432: 2009 CRCPD Proton Therapy Delivery Systems
Presented by Jatinder Palta, Ph.D., University of Florida Health Science Center, Radiation Oncology Department, Gainesville, FL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2433: 2009 CRCPD Acceptance testing and clinical commissioning of PTS
Presented by Jatinder Palta, Ph.D., University of Florida Health Science Center, Radiation Oncology Department, Gainesville, FL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2434: 2009 CRCPD Understanding the uncertainties in proton therapy
Presented by Jatinder Palta, Ph.D., University of Florida Health Science Center, Radiation Oncology Department, Gainesville, FL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2435: 2013 AM Future of Radiation Therapy Safety
Presented by Daniel Low, PhD, UCLA, LOS ANGELES, CA, 90024 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2436: 2013 AM Future of Treatment Planning Safety
Presented by Kevin Moore, University of California, San Diego, SAN DIEGO, CA, 92104 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2437: 2013 AM The need for evidence based safety and quality management in RT
Presented by Deshan Yang, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2438: 2013 AM Regulatory Guidelines and Computational Methods for Safe Release of Radioactive Patients II. Brachytherapy
Presented by Firas Mourtada, PhD, Christiana Care Hospital, NEWARK, DE, 19713 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2439: 2013 AM NUREG 1556-based Release of Patients from Radiation Safety Restrictions
Presented by Richard Wendt, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Bellaire, TX, 77401-4024 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2440: 2013 AM Mammography QA
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc., Gardena, CA, 90248 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2441: 2013 AM Mammography QA
Presented by Donald Jacobson, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 53226 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2442: 2013 AM Deformable Image Registration, Contour Propagation and Dose Mapping: 101 and 201
Presented by Marc Kessler, PhD, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2444: 2013 AM B0 Field Homogeneity Test
Presented by Michael O'Shea, MS, Univ Pennsylvania, Cherry Hill, NJ, 08003 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2445: 2013 AM Magnetic Field Homogeneity via Bandwidth Difference Methodology on all Vendors
Presented by Kathryn Huff, MS, Fusion Physics, LLC, APOLLO BEACH, Fl, 33572 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2446: 2013 AM MRI QA Technologist's Test
Presented by Guang Jia, PhD, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 43210 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2447: 2013 AM Coregistration with MRI: Seeing is believing
Presented by Jing Cai, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, DURHAM, NC, 27710 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2448: 2013 AM Evaluating Benefits and Challenges of Multi-Modality Co-Registration
Presented by Martin Murphy, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 23298-0058 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2449: 2013 AM Evaluating Benefits and Challenges of Multi-Modality Co-Registration: Spatio-temporal CT imaging
Presented by Sastry Vedam, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2450: 2013 AM Multi-Modality Co-Registration: PET
Presented by Krishni Wijesooriya, PhD, University of Virginia Health Systems, Charlottesville, VA, 22908-0375 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2451: 2013 AM Ultrasound Quality Control: A Practical Overview of Tests, Methods, and ACR Accreditation Requirements
Presented by Nicholas Hangiandreou, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2452: 2013 AM AAPM Working Group on Quantitative B-mode Ultrasound Quality Control: Sofware for assesment of transducer artifacts
Presented by Sandra Larson, PhD, Univ Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109-5030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2453: 2013 AM Phantom and User-friendly Software for Rapid Periodic Quality Assurance of Gray-scale Ultrasound Scanners
Presented by Ernest Madsen, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53706 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2454: 2013 AM Quality Control of Lung SBRT: Uncertainty and Quality Assurance at the Treatment Machine
Presented by Stanley Benedict, PhD, UC Davis Cancer Center, SACRAMENTO, CA, 95817 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2455: 2013 AM Uncertainties and Quality Assurance of Localization and Treatment in Lung SBRT
Presented by Jing Cai, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, DURHAM, NC, 27710 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2456: 2013 AM Quality Control of Lung SBRT: Patient Specific QA
Presented by Krishni Wijesooriya, PhD, University of Virginia Health Systems, Charlottesville, VA, 22908-0375 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2457: 2013 SS Exercise 1: Work System Design
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, M.S., MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2458: 2013 SS Exercise 2: Event Classification
Presented by Bruce R. Thomadsen, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2459: 2013 SS Risk Assessment Introduction - TG100 (Panel Discussion)
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2460: 2013 SS Exercise 3: Process Mapping
Presented by Eric C. Ford, Ph.D., University of Washington, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2461: 2013 SS Risk Assessment - Panel Discussion
Presented by Frank J. Rath, M.S., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2462: 2013 SS FMEA
Presented by Frank J. Rath, M.S., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2463: 2013 SS Exercise 5: Fault Tree
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2464: 2013 SS Exercise 6: QA and QC design
Presented by Jatinder R. Palta, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2465: 2013 SS Exercise 7: QM Layout
Presented by Bruce R. Thomadsen, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2466: 2013 SS Event Reporting Systems - Panel Discussion
Presented by Pete Dunscombe, Ph.D., Tom Baker Cancer Center, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2467: 2013 SS Exercise 8: Reporting Systems - Completion
Presented by Sasa Mutic, Ph.D., Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2468: 2013 SS Root Cause Analysis
Presented by Barrett S. Caldwell, Ph.D., Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2469: 2013 SS Exercise 9: Root Cause Analysis
Presented by Barrett S. Caldwell, Ph.D., Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2470: 2013 SS Quality Improvement Paradigms Panel
Presented by Luis E. Fong de los Santos, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2471: 2013 SS Exercise 10: Remediation
Presented by Pete Dunscombe, Ph.D., Tom Baker Cancer Center, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2646: 2006 CRCPD Model QA/QC Programs for Fluoroscopy

Presented by Phillip L. Rauch, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2654: 2006 SS Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) - A Perspective *
Presented by James Balter, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2655: 2006 SS Imaging for Radiation Treatment Planning *
Presented by Craig W. Stevens, M.D., Ph.D., H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2669: 2006 SS Motion Compensation Using Rigid Body Approximations in Monte Carlo Treatment Planning *
Presented by Mihaela Rosu, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2675: 2006 SS Ultrasound Guided In-Room Imaging for Localization *
Presented by Bill Salter, Ph.D., The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2683: 2006 SS Image Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy Model
Presented by Di Yan, D.Sc., Ph.D., William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2685: 2006 SS Infrastructure for IGRT [bits, bytes, and but(t)s] *
Presented by Bruce Curran, M.S., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2689: 2012 SS Risk: Biological Effects of Radiation
Presented by Lawrence Dauer, Ph.D, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Ctr, New York, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2690: 2012 SS Estimating Risk: BEIR VII and ICRP 103
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, Ph.D, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2691: 2012 SS CT: Physics Principles & Equipment Design
Presented by James Kofler, Ph.D, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2692: 2012 SS CT: Acceptance Testing and QC Programs (includes artifacts and troubleshooting)
Presented by Dianna Cody, Ph.D, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2693: 2011 AM 4DCT: Methods and Artifacts
Presented by George Chen, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2694: 2011 AM Respiratory Motion Mitigation During Radiation Treatment Delivery
Presented by Dr. Gig S. Mageras, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2695: 2011 AM Characteristics of Human Breathing Motion
Presented by Dr. Daniel A. Low, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2696: 2011 AM Four-Dimensional Dose Calculations
Presented by Dr. George Starkschall, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2697: 2011 AM Therapy Educational Course - Breathing-Induced Motion Management in Radiation Therapy Panel Discussion
Presented by Dr. George Starkschall, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2697: 2011 AM Therapy Educational Course - Breathing-Induced Motion Management in Radiation Therapy Panel Discussion
Presented by Dr. Gig S. Mageras, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2711: 2011 AM Dosimetry in Pregnant Patients Undergoing CT and Fluoroscopy
Presented by Dr. Mahadevappa Mahesh, MS, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2712: 2011 AM Estimating Radiation Dose in CT
Presented by Dr. Michael F. McNitt-Gray, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2713: 2011 AM Patient Dose Calculations in Fluoroscopy
Presented by Jon A. Anderson
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2714: 2011 AM Multimodality Image Acquisition, Processing and Display for Guiding and Adapting Radiation Therapy
Presented by Dr. Marc L. Kessler, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2715: 2011 AM Multimodality Image Acquisition, Processing and Display for Guiding and Adapting Radiation Therapy
Presented by Jeffrey Siewerdsen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2716: 2011 AM Multimodality Image Acquisition, Processing and Display for Guiding and Adapting Radiation Therapy
Presented by Jan-Jakob Sonke
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2717: 2011 AM Principles of Breast Tomosynthesis Acquisition and Reconstruction
Presented by Dr. Andrew D. Maidment, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2718: 2011 AM Role of the Medical Physicist in Clinical Implementation of Breast Tomosynthesis
Presented by Dr. Bob Liu, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2719: 2011 AM Principles of Breast Tomosynthesis Acquisition and Reconstruction Panel Discussion
Presented by Dr. Andrew D. Maidment, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2720: 2011 AM Quality Management Systems in Radiotherapy: Making Treatments Safer
Presented by Dr. Eric C. Ford, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2721: 2011 AM Patient Safety and Treatment Quality Improvement
Presented by Dr. Sasa Mutic, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2722: 2011 AM Physics of MR Safety
Presented by Dr. Jason Stafford, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2723: 2011 AM Magnetic Resonance Safety Guidelines: Update, 2011
Presented by Emanuel Kanal, MD, FACR, FISMRM, AANG
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2724: 2011 AM Physics and Dosimetry of SBRT
Presented by Dr. Moyed M. Miften, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2725: 2011 AM Physics and Dosimetry of SBRT
Presented by Brian Kavanagh, MD, MPH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2726: 2011 AM Physics and Dosimetry of SBRT
Presented by Dr. Nzhde Agazaryan, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2727: 2011 AM Physics and Dosimetry of SBRT Q&A
Presented by Dr. Nzhde Agazaryan, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2727: 2011 AM Physics and Dosimetry of SBRT Q&A
Presented by Brian Kavanagh, MD, MPH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2728: 2011 AM Yttrium-90 Microsphere Therapy Planning and Dose Calculations
Presented by Dr. Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2729: 2011 AM Absorbed Dose Estimation with Internal Emitters
Presented by Lawrence Williams, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2730: 2011 SCM SBRT for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Presented by Kristin Kowalchik, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2731: 2011 SCM Imaging and Radiotherapy for SBRT Liver
Presented by Richard Lee, MD, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2491: 2007 AM Quality Assurance in Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy
Presented by David Shepard, PhD, Swedish Medical Center-Tumor Institute, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2494: 2007 AM The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is Megavolt CT
Presented by Jean Pouliot, PhD, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2494: 2007 AM The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is 3D Deformable Image Registration
Presented by Kristy Brock
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2494: 2007 AM The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is Kilovoltage CT
Presented by Jan-Jakob Sonke
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2494: 2007 AM The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is Ultrasound-Based Hybrids
Presented by Wolfgang A Tome,
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2494: 2007 AM The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is MRI Guidance
Presented by Jan J. Lagendijk
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2495: 2007 AM Imaging for Planning/Verification: In-Room Imaging
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2518: 2007 AM Requirements for Addressing Respiratory Motion in Cooperative Group Clinical Trials
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2521: 2007 AM Quality Assurance for IMRT and IGRT
Presented by Jean-Pierre Bissonnette, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2523: 2007 AM IGRT and Treatment Planning: Geometric Uncertainties and Individualized Patient Treatment
Presented by James Balter, PhD, Univ Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2525: 2007 AM Application of Robust Optimization in Lung Cancer Treatment
Presented by Timothy CY Chan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2527: 2007 AM Functional Imaging
Presented by Lei Xing, PhD, Stanford Univ School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2528: 2007 AM Gross Tumor Volume and Normal Structure Definition
Presented by James Balter, PhD, Univ Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2530: 2007 AM Intra-Fraction Target-Beam Positioning
Presented by Paul Keall, PhD, Stanford University Cancer Center, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2531: 2007 AM Daily Localization - I: Kilovolt Imaging
Presented by Douglas Moseley, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2541: 2007 AM Nanotube Based Multi-Pixel Field Emission X-Ray for CT and Radiotherapy
Presented by Otto Zhou, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2542: 2007 AM New Developments in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
Presented by Joseph Lo, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2543: 2007 AM Imaging With Distributed Source Arrays
Presented by Norbert Pelc, ScD, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2552: 2007 AM Technical Advances of Fluoroscopy with Special Interests in Automatic Dose Rate Control Logic of Cardiovascular Angiography Systems
Presented by Pei-Jan Lin, PhD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2556: 2007 AM Optimizing Mammography Image Quality and Dose: X-Ray Spectrum and Exposure Parameter Selection
Presented by Mark Bennett Williams, PhD, Univ Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2562: 2007 AM Effective Breast Cancer Detection and Treatment: The Big Picture for Physicists
Presented by Dianne Georgian-Smith, MD, Brigham and Women"s Hospital, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2565: 2007 AM Ultrasound Stimulated Vibrometry for Measuring Tissue Properties
Presented by James Greenleaf, Ultrasound Research Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2575: 2007 ASTRO Welcome
Presented by Lynne Fairobent, Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, AAPM Staff
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2576: 2007 ASTRO Medical Physics as a Career
Presented by Melissa Martin, M.S., FAAPM
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2577: 2007 ASTRO Pathways into Medical Physics
Presented by Nabil Adnani, Ph.D
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2578: 2007 ASTRO Local Resources
Presented by Marianne Plunkett, Msc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2579: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Basic Physics of CT
Presented by Keith Strauss, MSc, FAAPM, FACR, Radiology Dept. Children"s Hospital, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2580: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Basic Physics of PET/ CT
Presented by Frederick (Fred) Fahey, D.Sc., Division of Nuclear Medicine Children"s Hospital, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2581: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Basic Physics of SPECT/CT
Presented by Timothy (Tim) Turkington, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2582: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Clinical Applications of SPECT/CT and PET/CT
Presented by Terence Z. Wong, MD, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2583: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Model Programs for SPECT/CT or PET/CT Quality Control
Presented by Frederick (Fred) Fahey, D.Sc., Division of Nuclear Medicine Children"s Hospital, Boston , MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2584: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Parameters that Affect CT Dose and Typical Results Model Program for CT Quality Part I
Presented by Keith Strauss, MSc, FAAPM, FACR, Radiology Dept. Children"s Hospital, Boston , MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2585: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Parameters that Affect CT Dose and Typical Results Model Program for CT Quality Part II
Presented by Keith Strauss, MSc, FAAPM, FACR, Radiology Dept. Children"s Hospital, Boston , MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2586: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - Parameters that Affect PET or SPECT Dose and Typical Results
Presented by Frederick (Fred) Fahey, D.Sc., Division of Nuclear Medicine Children"s Hospital, Boston , MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2587: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - State of the Art Imaging and Image-Guided Treatment in Radiation Oncology Part I
Presented by J. Daniel Bourland, PhD, Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Wake Forest Univ, Winston Salem, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2588: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - State of the Art Imaging and Image-Guided Treatment in Radiation Oncology Part II
Presented by J. Daniel Bourland, PhD, Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Wake Forest Univ, Winston Salem, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2589: 2008 CRCPD 08-CRCPD - State of the Art Imaging and Image-Guided Treatment in Radiation Oncology Part III
Presented by J. Daniel Bourland, PhD, Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Wake Forest Univ, Winston Salem, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2601: 2006 AM Advances in MRI Equipment Design, Software, and Imaging Procedures
Presented by Michael Steckner, Ph.D., Hitachi Medical Systems America, Inc., Twinsburg, OH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2602: 2006 AM The Principles of Quantitative MRI
Presented by Geoffrey Clarke, Ph.D., UT Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2603: 2006 AM * Physics Procedures for ACR MRI Accreditation
Presented by Carl Keener, Ph.D., Medical & Radiation Physics, Inc., San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2620: 2006 AM Role of IMRT in the Treatment of Gynecologic Malignancies
CE: IMRT Site Specific - I: Prostate, GYN, Pelvis

Presented by John Roeske, Ph.D., Univ Chicago, Naperville, IL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2622: 2006 AM IMRT for Head and Neck
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, Ph.D., Stanford Univ School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2179: 2010 SRT 10 - SRT -Welcome and Introduction
Presented by Michael Herman, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2180: 2010 SRT The Complexity of Radiation Treatment
Presented by Michael Herman, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2181: 2010 SRT What Can Go Wrong in Radiation Treatment
Presented by Peter Dunscombe, Ph.D., Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Calgary, AB, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2182: 2010 SRT Errors in Radiation Treatment: The Perspectives of Manufacturers
Presented by Tim Guertin, Varian, Palo Alto, CA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2183: 2010 SRT Errors in Radiation Treatment: The Perspective of Regulators
Presented by Nancy Wersto, CDRH/FDA, Silver Spring, MD, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2184: 2010 SRT The Function of the Radiation Team
Presented by Alan Burns, Forsyth Regional Cancer Center, Winston-Salem, NC, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2185: 2010 SRT The Culture of Patient Safety
Presented by Lucian Leape, M.D., Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2186: 2010 SRT Education, Experience and the Maintenance of Competence: What is Needed?
Presented by James Hayman, M.D., University of Michigan Health System, Ann Harbor, MI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2187: 2010 SRT What Are We Doing to Address Patient Safety?
Presented by Lawrence Marks, M.D., UNC School of Medicine, Chaple Hill, NC, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2188: 2010 SRT Complex Systems and the Human Interface
Presented by Timothy Williams, M.D., Boca Raton Community Hospital, Del Ray Beach, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2189: 2010 SRT What Have We Learned at this Meeting? What to Do Next?
Presented by Michael Herman, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2190: 2010 SRT Accreditation, Regulation and Event Reporting
Presented by William Fore, M.D., The Joint Commission, Oakbrook Terrace, IL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2191: 2010 SRT Panel Discussion: Safety in Delivering Radiation Treatments: Manufacturers' Actions
Presented by Joerg Stein, Siemans, Germany
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2192: 2010 SS Strategies for Learning to Solve Physics Problems
Presented by Kenneth Heller, Ph.D, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2193: 2010 SS Panel Response and Audience Discussion
Presented by Kenneth Heller, Ph.D, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2194: 2010 SS How to Be the Speaker Everyone Wants You to Be
Presented by Jannette Collins, MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2195: 2010 SS Audience Participation in Problem-Based Learning
Presented by Jannette Collins, MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2196: 2010 SS Learning through Problem-Solving
Presented by Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Ph.D, Rutgers University, New Bruswick, NJ, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2197: 2010 SS Problem-solving examples with audience participation
Presented by Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Ph.D, Rutgers University, New Bruswick, NJ, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2198: 2010 SS Demonstration of RSNA-AAPM web modules
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2199: 2010 SS Break Out Session 1
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2200: 2010 SS New and Changing Communications Media Social Media Revolution presented with permission from TeacherTube.com
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2291: 2013 AM Professional Council Symposium: Professionalism in Health Care
Presented by William Hendee, PhD, Rochester, MN, 55903-7319 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2292: 2013 AM Professional Council Symposium: How does a medical physicist impact their institution?
Presented by John Hazle, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4095 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2293: 2013 AM ABR Update - Why We Should Value Maintenance of Certification
Presented by G. Donald Frey, PhD, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, 29425 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2294: 2013 AM ABR Update - How do we comply with MOC requirements?
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2295: 2013 AM ABR Update - Initual Certification
Presented by Jerry Allison, PhD, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA, 30912 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2296: 2013 AM 10 CFR Part 37 Physical Protection of Byproduct Material
Presented by Lynne Fairobent, BS, AAPM, COLLEGE PARK, MD, 20740 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2297: 2013 AM Challenges of Increased Controls of Radioactive Materials - Bringing Orders & Rules into Practice
Presented by Bette Blankenship, MS, Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego, CA, 92123 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2298: 2013 AM PQI for Radiotherapy Physics
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53705-2275 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2299: 2013 AM PQI: Example Projects for Nuclear Medicine Physics
Presented by Sharon White, PhD, University Of Alabama, Birmingham , AL, 35249-6830 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2300: 2013 AM Medical Physics Practice Guidelines
Presented by Michael Yester, PhD, UAB Medical Center, Birmingham, AL, 35249-6830 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2301: 2013 AM How and Why You Should Volunteer With a Professional Organization
Presented by Jessica Clements, MS, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, DALLAS, TX, 75231 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2302: 2013 AM Things that you can no longer say Nobody Ever Told You
Presented by George Sherouse, PhD, Landauer Medical Physics, Glenwood, IL, 60425 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2303: 2013 AM Liability Risk Management for Practicing Medical Physicists
Presented by David Jordan, PhD, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, CLEVELAND, OH, 44106 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2304: 2013 AM Til Notice of Termination Do Us Part
Presented by George Sherouse, PhD, Landauer Medical Physics, Glenwood, IL, 60425 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2305: 2013 AM Anatomy of a Professional Liability Case
Presented by Jeffrey Masten, JD, Aspirus Wausau Hospital, WAUSAU, WI, 54401 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2307: 2013 AM CT Protocol Review: Practical Tips for the Imaging Physicist
Presented by Dianna Cody, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX 77030-4009 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2308: 2013 AM Overview of TG225 - Medical Physics Practice Guideline #1
Presented by Jonas Fontenot, PhD, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2309: 2013 AM Medical Physics Practice Guidelines
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2310: 2013 AM From Radium Teletherapy to Cobalt-60 Teletherapy
Presented by Peter Almond, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4095 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2311: 2013 AM Early X-Ray Therapy Machines
Presented by Colin Orton, Wayne State University, Grosse Pointe, MI, 48230 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2312: 2013 AM Iterative Reconstruction Methods in Computed Tomography
Presented by Joseph Stayman, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21205 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2313: 2013 AM CT Dose Optimization: The Image Gently and Image Wisely Campaigns 
Presented by Kimberly Applegate, MD, MS, FACR, Emory University SOM, Atlanta, GA, 30322 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2314: 2013 AM Challenges on Assessment of Treatment Response for Physiologically Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Presented by Yue Cao, PhD, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2315: 2013 AM MRI Guided Radiotherapy Systems
Presented by Yanle Hu, PhD, Washington University in St Louis, St Louis, MO, 63110-1093 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2316: 2013 AM MR-Only Simulation
Presented by Daniel Low, PhD, UCLA, LOS ANGELES, CA, 90024 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2317: 2013 AM X-Ray Tubes for Medical Imaging
Presented by Rolf Behling, Philips Medical Systems DMC GmbH, HAMBURG, Germany, 223358 GERMANY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2318: 2013 AM Imaging Informatics 1: Informatics for the Clinical Imaging Physicist: Buying and Testing Equipment for Interoperability
Presented by Alisa Walz-Flannigan, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55902 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2319: 2013 AM Informatics for the Acceptance Testing of Imaging Equipment 
Presented by John Weiser, PhD, Integrated Clinical Systems Project Office, US Army Medical Materiel Agency, Ijamsville, MD, 21754 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2320: 2013 AM DICOM Radiation Dose Structured Reports
Presented by Donald Peck, PhD, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 48202 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2321: 2013 AM Radiation Dose Structured Reports - Basic concepts of DICOM SR
Presented by David Clunie, Bangor, PA, 18013 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2322: 2013 AM Integrated PET / MRI
Presented by Ciprian Catana, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2323: 2013 AM PET / MR Imaging - How do we got here and where are we going?
Presented by Lingxiong Shao, Philips Healthcare, Cleveland, OH UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2324: 2013 AM PET/MRI: Technical Design Challenges and Innovations
Presented by Niraj Doshi, Siemens Medical Solutions Inc., Knoxville, TN UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2325: 2013 AM State of the Art and Future Trends in Radiation Detection for Computed Tomography
Presented by Amiaz (Ami) Altman, PhD, Philips Medical Systems, Haifa, Israel, 31004 ISRAEL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2326: 2013 AM Developments in Imaging Receptors and Applications in Projection X-ray Imaging
Presented by John Yorkston, PhD, Carestream Health Inc, Penfield, NY, 14526 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2327: 2013 AM Issues in Interventional Fluoroscopy Procedures
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, 10021 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2328: 2013 AM Establishing an Interventional Radiology Patient Radiation Safety Program
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2329: 2013 AM Measurements and Dose Calculations
Presented by Beth Schueler, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2330: 2013 AM The Art of the Image: The Identification and Remediation of Image Artifacts in Projection Radiography
Presented by William Robert Geiser, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-1439 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2331: 2013 AM The Art of the Image: The Identification and Remediation of Image Artifacts in Projection Radiography
Presented by Alisa Walz-Flannigan, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55902 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2332: 2013 AM Nuclear Medicine Dose Indices
Presented by Wesley Bolch, PhD, Univ Florida, GAINESVILLE, FL, 32611-6131 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2333: 2013 AM Tracking Doses in the Pediatric Population
Presented by Frederic Fahey, DSc, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA, 2115 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2334: 2013 AM 13 - AM - Management and Reporting of Imaging Procedure Dose 3: Computed Tomography
Presented by John Boone, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2335: 2013 AM Estimating Patient Dose
Presented by Dianna Cody, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, 77030-4009 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2336: 2013 AM Experience with California Law on Reporting CT Dose
Presented by J. Anthony Seibert, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2337: 2013 AM The American College of Radiology Dose Index Registry
Presented by Richard Morin, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, 32224 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2338: 2013 AM The International Perspective on Recording and Reporting Dose
Presented by Madan Rehani, PhD, European Society of Radiology, VIENNA, A-1220 AUSTRIA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2339: 2013 AM Informatics Tools for Recording/Tracking Dose 
Presented by Kevin O'Donnell, Toshiba Medical Research Institute - USA Inc., Pacifica, CA, 94044 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2340: 2013 AM Implementation of a New Breast Tomosynthesis Program: A Clinical Medical Physicist's Experience
Presented by William Robert Geiser, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-1439 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2341: 2013 AM Breast MR Imaging and Quality Control
Presented by Donna Reeve, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, 77030-3721 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2342: 2013 AM Lens of the Eye Dosimetry
Presented by Madan Rehani, PhD, European Society of Radiology, VIENNA, A-1220 AUSTRIA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2343: 2013 AM Eye lens dose from CT brain perfusion CT exams
Presented by Di Zhang, Toshiba America Medical Systems, Tustin, CA, 92780 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2344: 2013 AM CT Dosimetry Basics (and What can be Learned from Measurements on Cylinders)
Presented by Donovan Bakalyar, PhD, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 48202 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2345: 2013 AM The Role of Physics in CT Protocol Optimization Over the Range of CT Scanner Types: Recommendations and Misconceptions
Presented by Frank Ranallo, PhD, University of Wisconsin, MADISON, WI, 53705-2275 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2346: 2013 AM Parallel Magnetic Resonance Imaging (pMRI): How Does it Work, and What is it Good For?
Presented by Nathan Yanasak, PhD, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, 30912 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2347: 2013 AM Parallel Magnetic Resonance Imaging (pMRI): Implementations, Problems and Future
Presented by Frank Goerner, PhD, UTMB, Galveston, TX, 77555-0709 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2348: 2013 AM High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound Therapy Hands-on Workshop
Presented by Steffen Sammet, University of Chicago 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2349: 2013 AM Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy
Presented by Richard Popple, PhD, Univ Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, 35249-6832 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2350: 2013 AM Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy
Presented by David Shepard, PhD, Swedish Cancer Institute, Seattle, WA, 98104 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2351: 2013 AM Proton Treatment Planning: Double Scattering
Presented by Brian Winey, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, BOSTON, MA, 02114 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2352: 2013 AM Specifics of treatment planning for active scanning and IMPT
Presented by Anthony Lomax, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen-PSI, CH-5232 SWITZERLAND
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2353: 2013 AM Point and Counter Point Debate: The More Important Heavy Charged Particle Radiotherapy of the Future Is More Likely to Be with Heavy Ions Rather Than Protons
Presented by Alfred Smith, PhD, HOUSTON, TX, 77006 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2354: 2013 AM Clinical Applications of Surface Imaging
Presented by Hania Abdulraouf Al-Hallaq, PhD, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 60637 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2355: 2013 AM Clinical Applications of Surface Imaging: Frameless (Maskless, Bite-blockless) Intracranial Radiosurgery
Presented by Grace Kim, PhD, University of California, San Diego, LA JOLLA, CA, 92093-0865 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2356: 2013 AM 3D surface imaging for image guidance in Sterotactic body RT and deep inspiration breath hold RT for left-sided breast cancer
Presented by Jan-Jakob Sonke, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, 1066CX NETHERLANDS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2357: 2013 AM High Energy Brachytherapy Dosimetry as It Applies to Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation (APBI)
Presented by Susan Richardson, PhD, Swedish Medical Center-Tumor Institute, SEATTLE, WA, 98104 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2358: 2013 AM High Energy Brachytherapy Dosimetry as It Applies to Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation (APBI)
Presented by Firas Mourtada, PhD, Christiana Care Hospital, NEWARK, DE, 19713 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2359: 2013 AM Validation and QA of Deformable Image Registration Part II
Presented by Jean Pouliot, PhD, UC San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 94143-1708 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2360: 2013 AM Radiobiological Principles of Fractionated Radiotherapy and the Potential for Hypofractionation
Presented by Colin Orton, PhD, Wayne State University, Grosse Pointe, MI, 48230 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2202: 2010 SS Panel Response and Audience Discussion
Presented by Robert Beichner, Ph.D, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2203: 2010 SS CAMPEP Expectations of Physicists
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2204: 2010 SS The ABR Physics Expectations of Radiologists, Radiation Oncologists and Physicists
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, Ph.D, UT MD Anderson Cancer Ctr, Houston, TX, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2205: 2010 SS Resident Panel (physics, radiation oncology, radiology)
Presented by Haibo Lin, Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2206: 2010 SS Teaching Physics of Biology and Medicine
Presented by Suzanne Amador-Kane, Ph.D, Haverford College, Havorford, PA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2207: 2010 SS Panel (2) and Audience Discussion
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2208: 2010 SS Break Out Session II Report Back
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2209: 2010 SS What I find Useful in Teaching and How my SDEP Has Been Helpful
Presented by George Starkschall, Ph.D, University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2210: 2010 SS Wrapping Things Up: Overview, Examples, Suggestions
Presented by Victor Montemayor, Ph.D, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2211: 2010 SS Panel Response and Audience Discussion
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2212: 2010 SS What is an SDEP?
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2213: 2010 SS Presenting Sample SDEPs
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, Whitefish Bay, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2214: 2010 CTS 10 - CT DOSE -Welcome and Introduction
Presented by William Hendee R., PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin Whitefish Bay, WI 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2215: 2010 CTS CT Imaging - The Benefits are Worth the Responsibilities
Presented by James Brink, MD, Yale University New Haven, CT 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2216: 2010 CTS Scan Acquisition Settings - Trade Offs Between Speed, Resolution and Dose
Presented by James M. Kofler Jr., PhD, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2217: 2010 CTS Teaching Cases I: Collimation vs. Slice Width, Coronal Quality, Dose and Scan Time
Presented by Michael F. McNitt-Gray, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2218: 2010 CTS Vetting Default Protocols - How Can Industry and Academics Work Together?
Presented by Richard L. Morin, PhD, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, FL 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2219: 2010 CTS Translating Protocols Across Patient Size: Babies to Bariatric
Presented by Cynthia H. McCollough, PhD, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2220: 2010 CTS Adjusting kV to Reduce Dose or Improve Image Quality - How to Do it Right
Presented by Joel Fletcher, MD, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2221: 2010 CTS Body CT - What Is a Good Exam?
Presented by Joel Fletcher, MD, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2222: 2010 CTS Perfusion CT - How to Do It Right; How to Avoid Doing It Wrong
Presented by Rajiv Gupta, MD Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2223: 2010 CTS Cardiac CT - Optimal Use of Evolving Scanner Technologies
Presented by Patrik Rogalla, MD University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2224: 2010 CTS Neuro CT - What's a Good Head Exam?
Presented by Rajiv Gupta, MD Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2225: 2010 CTS Translating Protocols Between Scanner Manufacturer and Model
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2226: 2010 CTS Supporting the Small Practice: Advice for the Consulting Physicist
Presented by Robert J. Pizzutiello Jr., Upstate Medical Physics Victor, NY 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2227: 2010 CTS Common Technical Mistakes and How to Avoid Them: Lessons Learned from the ACR CT Accreditation Program
Presented by Michael F. McNitt-Gray, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2228: 2010 CTS Teaching Cases II: CT Angiography Across the Ages: Single to 256 Slices
Presented by Patrik Rogalla, MD, University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2229: 2010 CTS Homework Cases
Presented by Dianna D. Cody, PhD, U.T.M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2230: 2010 CTS Homework Solutions
Presented by Dianna D. Cody, PhD, U.T.M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2231: 2010 CTS Protocol Management and Review Strategies - The Mayo Experience
Presented by James Kofler Jr., PhD, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2232: 2010 CTS Protocol Management and Review Strategies - The MD Anderson Experience
Presented by Dianna D. Cody, PhD, U.T.M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2233: 2010 CTS Common Clinical Mistakes and How to Avoid Them: Lessons Learned from the ACR CT Accreditation Program
Presented by Alec Megibow, MD, New York University Medical Center New York, NY 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2234: 2010 CTS A View from the Trenches: How to Better Equip CT Technologists in Dealing with the Increasing Complexity of Modern CT Scanners
Presented by Myke Kudlas, American Society of Radiologic Technologists, Albuquerque, NM 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2235: 2010 CTS Image Gently - A Community Caring for its Youngest Patients
Presented by Donald Frush, MD, Duke University Durham, NC 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2236: 2010 CTS Ensuring Patient Safety and Image Quality: The Role of the CRCPD and the State Regulators
Presented by Mary Ann Spohrer, Chair, Healing Arts Council, CRCPD BOD , IL 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2237: 2010 CTS Ensuring Patient Safety and Image Quality: The Role of the FDA
Presented by CDR Sean Boyd, FDA-Center for Devices and Radiological Health Silver Spring, MD 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2238: 2010 CTS Moving Forward - What Does This Mean for the Medical Physicist and the Imaging Community?
Presented by John M. Boone, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center Sacramento, CA 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2239: 2013 AM Medical Physics Education and Training in the Global Village
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, MSc, Professor Emeritus, Western University, London, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2240: 2013 AM International Educational Programs for the Future: Challenges and Opportunities
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53705 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2241: 2013 AM Education Council Symposium: AAPM and International Education: Why do we get involved?
Presented by Yakov Pipman, DSc, Forest Hills, NY, 11375 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2242: 2013 AM Transforming Teachers into Learners and Learners into Teachers; The Sui Generis Opportunities in Cross-Border Collaboration.
Presented by Gerald White, MS, Colorado Associates in Medical Phys, Colorado Springs, CO, 80907 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2243: 2013 AM Hearts in International Education: Rewards and Benefits
Presented by Cheng Saw, PhD, Northeast Radiation Oncology Centers, Harrisburg, PA, 17111 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2244: 2013 AM Nanotechnology & Molecular Imaging
Presented by Sha Chang, PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2245: 2013 AM Nanotechnology & Molecular Imaging
Presented by Brian Pogue, PhD, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 03755 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2246: 2013 AM Nanotechnology & Molecular Imaging
Presented by Lei Xing, PhD, Stanford Univ School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, 94305 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2247: 2013 AM Nanotechnology & Molecular Imaging
Presented by Guillem Pratx, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 94305-5847 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2248: 2013 AM Clinical Delivery and Advanced Novel Technologies/Strategies
Presented by Naren Sanghvi, SonaCare Medical, 2013 (Indiana)polis, IN, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2249: 2013 AM Clinical Delivery and Advanced Novel Technologies/Strategies
Presented by Arik Hananel, Focused Ultrasound Foundation, Charlottesville, VA, 22903 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2250: 2013 AM Clinical Delivery and Advanced Novel Technologies/Strategies
Presented by Mark Hurwitz, Thomas Jefferson, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2251: 2013 AM Clinical Delivery and Advanced Novel Technologies/Strategies
Presented by Chrit Moonen, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, NETHERLANDS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2252: 2013 AM Update On the Treatment of Prostate Cancer with High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU)
Presented by Chandan Guha, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY, 10461 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2253: 2013 AM MRg HIFU: Current and future trends of MR guided Focused Ultrasound in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Robert Griffin, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, AR, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2254: 2013 AM Magnetic Resonance Guided Focused Ultrasound Surgery for Treatment of Bone Metastases
Presented by Jonathan T. Sutton, University of Cincinnati, OH, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2255: 2013 AM MRI Guided High Intensity Focused Ultrasound for tumor ablation in breast and liver
Presented by Cyril Lafon, INSERM, University of Lyon, FRANCE
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2256: 2013 AM MR Temperature Monitoring for Ultrasound Thermal Therapies
Presented by Viola Rieke, UCSF, CA, 94143 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2257: 2013 AM  Echo decorrelation imaging for guidance of ultrasound ablation
Presented by T. Douglas Mast, PhD, Department of Biomedical, Chemical, and Environmental Engineering University of Cincinnati, OH, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2258: 2013 AM Real-time Implementation of a Dual-Mode Ultrasound Array System for Image-guided Interventions
Presented by Emad Ebbini, University of Minnesota, MN, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2259: 2013 AM Ultrasound Guided HIFU Ablation (USgFUS)
Presented by Mark Carol, Alliance Imaging Inc, CA, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2260: 2013 AM IMPT - as important for proton therapy as IMRT for x-rays?
Presented by Thomas Bortfeld, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, MA, 2114 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2261: 2013 AM Building (and Operating) a Scanning-Only Proton Facility
Presented by Jon Kruse, PhD, Mayo Clinic, MN, 55905 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2262: 2013 AM IMPT for lung cancer: Physics Consideration
Presented by Xiaodong Zhang, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2263: 2013 AM Impact of IMPT in Lung Cancer
Presented by Joe Y Chang, MD Anderson, TX, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2264: 2013 AM Efficacy of Proton Therapy for Prostate Cancer: Clinical and Policy Considerations
Presented by Ronald Chen, UNC Health Care, NC, 27514 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2265: 2013 AM Accuracy Requirements and Uncertainty Considerations in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, MSc, Professor Emeritus, Western University, London, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2266: 2013 AM Level of Accuracy Practically Achievable in Radiation Therapy
Presented by David Followill, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2267: 2013 AM Uncertainties in Radiation Medicine: An Oncologists Perspective
Presented by Michael Milosevic, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, ON, M5T 2M9 CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2268: 2013 AM Radiobiological rationale for accuracy considerations in RT
Presented by Soren Bentzen, University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI, 53792 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2269: 2013 AM Research and Relevance of Brachytherapy Dose Calculation Advancements
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2270: 2013 AM Advances in brachytherapy dose calculation
Presented by Firas Mourtada, PhD, Christiana Care Hospital, NEWARK, DE, 19713 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2271: 2013 AM Current Status of the benchmark cased with plans for availability to the medical physics community
Presented by Facundo Ballester, PhD, University of Valencia, Burjassot, E46009 SPAIN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2272: 2013 AM Background and Rationale for Model Based Dose Calculation in Brachytherapy
Presented by Asa Carlsson Tedgren, PhD, Linkoping Univ, Linkoping, SE 581 85 SWEDEN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2273: 2013 AM Formal Radiation Therapy Safety Processes
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 15232 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2274: 2013 AM Formal RT Safety Processes Brachytherapy
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD, UCSD Medical Center, La Jolla, CA, 92093-0843 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2275: 2013 AM Hazard Mitigation:Leveraging State Diagrams
Presented by George Sherouse, PhD, Landauer Medical Physics, Glenwood, IL, 60425 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


2276: 2013 AM Opportunities for integration of imaging-based tumor growth and response models into mulit-modal clinical trials
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD, University of Wisconsin, MADISON, WI, 53705 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


285: 2009 AM Establishing a Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) Clinical Program, Part 1: Physics and Dosimetry
Presented by Brian Kavanagh MD, MPH, University of Colorado Health Science Center, Aurora, CO, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


286: 2009 AM Practical Aspects of Cyberknife Small Field Dosimetry
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD, Stanford University Cancer Center, Stanford, CA, 94305, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


287: 2009 AM Practical Aspects of Electron Beam Dosimetry
Presented by Bruce J. Gerbi, PhD, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 55455, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


288: 2009 AM Practical Aspects of Commissioning and Calibration of Clinical Orthovoltage Units
Presented by Wamied T. Abdel-Rahman, PhD, Montreal General Hospital, Montreal, QC, H3G 1A4, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


289: 2009 AM 09-AM - Practical Aspects (and Pitfalls) of External Beam Photon Calibrations Using TG-51
Presented by Bruce H. Curran, MS, ME, Rhode Island Hospital/Brown Medical Center, Providence, RI, 2903, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


290: 2009 AM Stereotactic Breast Biopsy: An Update for Physicists
Presented by Douglas E. Pfeiffer, MS, Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, Boulder, CO, 80303, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


291: 2009 AM Preliminary Report On the Application of TG154 Recommendations in the Clinical Setting
Presented by Janelle A. Molloy, PhD, Univ Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40536, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


292: 2009 SS History and Need for Accuracy
Presented by Peter Almond, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


293: 2009 SS Basic Interactions and Quantities
Presented by Jeffrey V. Siebers, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


296: 2009 SS Monte Carlo Applications in Clinical Dosimetry
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD, McGill University, Montreal
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


297: 2009 SS Radiochromic Film
Presented by Chris Soares, PhD, Nat'l Institute of Standards & Technol, Gaithersburg, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


278: 2009 AM Implementing New Technologies for Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy
Presented by Timothy D. Solberg, PhD, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 75390-9183, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


279: 2009 AM Everything You Need to Know About the Cyberknife, But Were Afraid to Ask
Presented by Mary Ellen Masterson-McGary, MS, Tampa, FL, 33615, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


280: 2009 AM ACR MRI Accreditation: Medical Physicist Role in the Application Process
Presented by Donna M. Reeve, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


281: 2009 AM ACR MRI QC Program
Presented by Carl R. Keener, PhD, Medical & Radiation Physics, Inc., San Antonio, TX, 78279-0925, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


282: 2009 AM MRI Annual Equipment Performance Evaluation & Acceptance Testing
Presented by Geoffrey D. Clarke, PhD, UT Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, TX, 78229-3900, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


283: 2009 AM Establishing a Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) Clinical Program, Part 1: Physics and Dosimetry
Presented by Paul Read MD, Ph.D., University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


363: 2012 AM Physics of Cancer Cell Migration
Presented by Katherine Andriole, PhD, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Dedham, MA, 02026, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


364: 2012 AM 12- AM - Leading a Balanced Life as a Professional Woman
Presented by Etta Pisano, MD, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, 29425, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


365: 2012 AM ABR 2014: Trained for Competence
Presented by John E. Bayouth, Ph.D., University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 52242, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


366: 2012 AM ABR 2014: Trained for Competence
Presented by Eric Klein, Ph.D., Washington University, Saint Louis, MO, 63110, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


367: 2012 AM ABR 2014: Trained for Competence
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


368: 2012 AM Methods for Completing Practice Quality Improvement (PQI)
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


369: 2012 AM Methods for Completing Practice Quality Improvement (PQI)
Presented by Karen Brown, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Med Ctr., Hershey, PA, 17033-0850, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


370: 2012 AM Methods for Completing Practice Quality Improvement (PQI)
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


371: 2012 AM Methods for Completing Practice Quality Improvement (PQI)
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, UCSD Medical Center, La Jolla, CA, 92093-0843, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


372: 2012 AM Rosalyn Yalow: Contributions and Legacy, A Memorial Session
Presented by John Laurence Humm, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 10021, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


373: 2012 AM Rosalyn Yalow: Contributions and Legacy, A Memorial Session
Presented by Stan Goldsmith, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 10021, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


374: 2012 AM Professional Council Symposium: Practice Standards - Driving Forces, Benefits, Potential Pitfalls
Presented by Matthew Pacella, Finger Lakes Radiation Oncology, Farmington, NY, 14425, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


375: 2012 AM Professional Council Symposium: Practice Standards - Driving Forces, Benefits, Potential Pitfalls
Presented by Per Halvorsen, Alliance Imaging/Alliance Oncology, Newton, MA, 02461, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


376: 2012 AM Professional Council Symposium: Practice Standards - Driving Forces, Benefits, Potential Pitfalls
Presented by James Hevezi, Ph.D., Fair Oaks Ranch, TX, 78015, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


377: 2012 AM Professional Council Symposium: Practice Standards - Driving Forces, Benefits, Potential Pitfalls
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, Upstate Medical Physics, Victor, NY, 14564, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


378: 2012 AM How to Be a Journal Referee: A Panel Discussion
Presented by Colin Orton, Wayne State University, Grosse Pointe, MI, 48230, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


379: 2012 AM How to Be a Journal Referee: A Panel Discussion
Presented by John Boone, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


380: 2012 AM How to Be a Journal Referee: A Panel Discussion
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53705-2275, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


308: 2009 SS OSL
Presented by Joanna Cygler, PhD, The Ottawa Hospital Regional Cancer Ctr, Ottawa, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


309: 2009 SS Radiographic Film/Diamond Detectors
Presented by Indra Das, PhD, Indiana University- School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


310: 2009 SS Radiographic Film/Diamond Detectors
Presented by Indra Das, PhD, Indiana University- School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


311: 2009 SS Primary Standards: Air Kerma and Absorbed Dose
Presented by Malcolm McEwen, PhD, National Research Council, Ottawa, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


312: 2009 SS Brachy Primary Standards
Presented by Michael Mitch, PhD, Nat'l Institute of Standards & Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


313: 2009 SS The Dosimetry Chain: BIPM, PSDLs, ADCLs
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD, McGill University, Montreal
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


314: 2009 SS QA in Dosimetry
Presented by Geoff Ibbott, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


315: 2009 SS Diodes
Presented by Timothy C. Zhu, PhD, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


316: 2009 SS MOSFETS
Presented by Joanna Cygler, PhD, The Ottawa Hospital Regional Cancer Ctr, Ottawa, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


317: 2009 SS Gel Dosimetry
Presented by John Schreiner, FCCPM, PhD, Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario, Kingston, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


318: 2009 SS Alanine and Fricke Dosimetry
Presented by Malcolm McEwen, PhD, National Research Council, Ottawa, ON
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


319: 2009 SS Plastic Dosimeters
Presented by Sam Beddar, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Ctr, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


320: 2009 SS Hadronic Dosimetry
Presented by Hugo Palmans, PhD, National Physical Laboratory, Middlesex, 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


321: 2009 SS Uncertainties in Dosimetry
Presented by Michael Mitch, PhD, Nat'l Institute of Standards & Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


322: 2009 SS IMRT Dosimetry
Presented by Thomas Rockwell Mackie, PhD, University of Wisconsin - ADCL, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


323: 2009 SS SRS/SRT Dosimetry
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD, Stanford University Cancer Center, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


324: 2012 AM State of the Art in Quantitative Imaging in CT, PET and MRI
Presented by Dr. Michael F. McNitt-Gray, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, 90025, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


325: 2012 AM State of the Art in Quantitative Imaging in CT, PET and MRI
Presented by Paul E Kinahan, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98195-7987, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


326: 2012 AM State of the Art in Quantitative Imaging in CT, PET and MRI
Presented by Edward Jackson, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


327: 2012 AM Cartesian Methods for Rapid Time-Resolved MR Angiography
Presented by Dr. Stephen J. Riederer, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


328: 2012 AM Non-Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Angiography Methods for Assessment of Morphology and Flow
Presented by Oliver Wieben, University of Wisconsin - ADCL, Madison, WI, 53792-3252, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


329: 2012 AM Advanced Angiographic Imaging Techniques
Presented by Mark Griswold, University/Institute of Physics, Wuerzburg, D-97074, Germany
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


330: 2012 AM 4D X-Ray DSA and 4D Fluoroscopy
Presented by Charles Mistretta, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53792-3252, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


331: 2012 AM Limits of Dose Reduction in CT: Where Are They and How Will We Know When We Get There?
Presented by Frederic Noo, Univ Utah, Medical Imaging Res. Lab., Salt Lake City, UT, 84108, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


332: 2012 AM Limits of Dose Reduction in CT: Where Are They and How Will We Know When We Get There?
Presented by Jeffrey Fessler, Ph.D., Univ Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109-2122, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


333: 2012 AM Limits of Dose Reduction in CT: Where Are They and How Will We Know When We Get There?
Presented by Dr. Michael F. McNitt-Gray, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, 90025, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


334: 2012 AM Limits of Dose Reduction in CT: Where Are They and How Will We Know When We Get There?
Presented by Dr. Ehsan Samei, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27705, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


335: 2012 AM CAD: Quality Assurance of CAD Systems Implemented in Clinical Use
Presented by Zhimin Huo, Carestream Health Inc., Pittsford, NY, 14534, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


336: 2012 AM Methodologies for Evaluation of Standalone CAD System Performance
Presented by Berkman Sahiner, US Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, MD, 20993, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


337: 2012 AM Methodologies for Evaluation of Effects of CAD On Users
Presented by Nicholas Petrick, US Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, MD, 20993, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


338: 2012 AM Training and QA Procedures for Using CAD Systems
Presented by Ronald Summers, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Bethesda, MD, 20892-1182, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


339: 2012 AM The Radiobiology of Small Fraction Numbers
Presented by David J. Brenner, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, 10032, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


340: 2012 AM Mechanistic Linear-Quadratic-Linear (LQL) Model for Large Doses Per Fraction
Presented by Mariana Guerrero, Ph.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 21201, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


341: 2012 AM Tumor Control Probability Models for Hypofractionated Therapy: Known Unknowns, Unknown Unknowns, and Comparison with Data
Presented by Joseph Deasy, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 10065, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


342: 2012 AM Vascular Response to Microbeam Radiation Therapy In Vivo Using a Murine Window Chamber Tumor Model
Presented by Mark Dewhirst, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27705, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


343: 2012 AM Accuracy of Proton Dose Computation Algorithms and Need for Improvements
Presented by Radhe Mohan, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


344: 2012 AM Accuracy of Proton Dose Computation Algorithms and Need for Improvements
Presented by Harald Paganetti, Ph.D., Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 02114, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


345: 2012 AM Accuracy of Proton Dose Computation Algorithms and Need for Improvements
Presented by Uwe Oelfke, Deutsches Krebsforschungs Zentrum, Heidelberg, Baden Wartthemberg, Germany
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


346: 2012 AM Accuracy of Proton Dose Computation Algorithms and Need for Improvements
Presented by Martin Soukup, Computerized Medical Systems, Inc., Freiburg, Germany
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


347: 2012 AM Automatic Treatment Planning - An MCO Perspective
Presented by David Craft, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 02114, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


348: 2012 AM Automated Treatment Planning Using a Database of Prior Patient Treatment Plans
Presented by Todd McNutt, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute, Severna Park, MD, 21146, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


349: 2012 AM Automatic Treatment Planning for IMRT, VMAT and IMPT
Presented by Xiaodong Zhang, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houson, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


350: 2012 AM Impact of Automatic Planning From Clinician's Perspective
Presented by Patrick Kupelian, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 90095, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


351: 2012 AM Image-Guided Oncologic Surgery
Presented by Jeffrey Siewerdsen, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21205, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


352: 2012 AM Image-Guided Oncologic Surgery
Presented by Natalie Agar, Ph.D., Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, 2115, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


353: 2012 AM Image-Guided Oncologic Surgery
Presented by Keyvan Farahani, National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD, 20852, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


354: 2012 AM Image-Guided Oncologic Surgery
Presented by Nimmi Ramanujam, Ph.D., Duke University, Durham, NC, 27710, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


355: 2012 AM Image Guided Adaptive Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer
Presented by Oana Craciunescu, PhD, DABR, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27710, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


356: 2012 AM Image Guided Adaptive Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer
Presented by Astrid de Leeuw, Ph.D., University Medical Centre Utrecht, Netherlands
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


357: 2012 AM Image Guided Adaptive Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer
Presented by Jing Cai, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27710, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


358: 2012 AM Image Guided Adaptive Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer
Presented by Christian Kirisits, Department of Radiotherapy, Vienna General Hospital/Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


359: 2012 AM Risks and Realities of Radiation Dose in Medical Imaging
Presented by Michael O’Connor, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


360: 2012 AM Risks and Realities of Radiation Dose in Medical Imaging
Presented by William Hendee, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


361: 2012 AM Risks and Realities of Radiation Dose in Medical Imaging
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


437: 2012 AM Estimation of Uncertainty in Dose Delivery Due to MLC Position Inaccuracies by Inverse Derivative Method During Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy Delivery by Elekta Beam Modulator
Presented by Richard Popple, Birmingham, AL, 35249-6832, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


438: 2012 AM Estimation of Uncertainty in Dose Delivery Due to MLC Position Inaccuracies by Inverse Derivative Method During Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy Delivery by Elekta Beam Modulator
Presented by David Shepard, Seattle, WA, 98104, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


439: 2012 AM Linac-Based IMRT/VMAT Commissioning and QA Program Development
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, La Jolla, CA, 92093-0865, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


440: 2012 AM Linac-Based IMRT/VMAT Commissioning and QA Program Development
Presented by Daliang Cao, Ph.D.,DABR, Seattle, WA, 98104, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


405: 2012 AM Establishing a 4D MRI Program for Imaging Moving Tumors
Presented by Yanle Hu, Saint Louis, MO, 63110, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


406: 2012 AM Establishing a 4D MRI Program for Imaging Moving Tumors
Presented by Erik Tryggestad, Baltimore, MD, 21218, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


407: 2012 AM Establishing a 4D MRI Program for Imaging Moving Tumors
Presented by Parag Parikh, St. Louis, MO, , United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


408: 2012 AM Establishing a 4D MRI Program for Imaging Moving Tumors
Presented by Jing Cai, DURHAM, NC, 27710, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


304: 2009 SS Electron Beam Dosimetry
Presented by Dimitris Mihailidis, PhD, Charleston Radiation Therapy Cons, Charleston, WV
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


305: 2009 SS TG-43: Formalism for Brachytherapy
Presented by Mark Rivard, PhD, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


306: 2009 SS TG-43: Measurements and Calculations
Presented by Jeff Williamson, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


299: 2009 SS TG-51 Outline
Presented by Saiful Huq, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


302: 2009 SS TG-61 Overview
Presented by Charlie Ma, PhD, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


454: 2012 AM TG-51 Addendum: New KQ Values
Presented by David W. Rogers, Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


455: 2012 AM TG-51 Addendum - Overview and Implementation
Presented by Malcolm McEwen, Ottawa, ON, K1A OR6, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


456: 2012 AM Review of the Radiobiological Principles of Radiation Protection
Presented by Caridad Borras, DSc, FAAPM, Washington, DC, 20007, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


457: 2012 AM Review of Radiobiological Principles of Radiotherapy and Radiation Protection
Presented by Colin Orton, Grosse Pointe, MI, 48230, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


458: 2012 AM Practical Issues for Biologically Based Treatment Planning
Presented by X. Allen Li, Ph.D., Milwaukee, WI, 53226, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


459: 2012 AM Biologically Related Models for Treatment Planning
Presented by Ellen Yorke, New York, NY, 10065, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


460: 2012 AM Dosimetry for Ir-192 HDR Brachytherapy - Present Status and Future Direction
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, Montreal, QC, H3G 1A4, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


461: 2012 AM Dosimetry for Ir-192 HDR Brachytherapy - Present Status and Future Direction
Presented by Larry DeWerd, Madison, WI, 53705-5012, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


462: 2012 AM Dosimetry for Ir-192 HDR Brachytherapy - Present Status and Future Direction
Presented by Mark Rivard, Boston, MA, 02111, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


442: 2012 AM Proton Treatment Planning Issues
Presented by Judith Adams, Boston, Massachusetts, 02114, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


443: 2012 AM Proton Treatment Planning Issues
Presented by X. Ronald Zhu, PhD, FAAPM, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


444: 2012 AM Proton Treatment Planning Issues
Presented by Brian Winey, Boston, MA, 02139, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


445: 2012 AM Proton Treatment Planning Issues
Presented by Stefan Both, Philadelphia, PA, 19104-4283, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


446: 2012 AM Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy: Updates On Clinical, Biological, and Physics/QA:SBRT (Part 1): Biological and Clinical Updates
Presented by Paul Read, Charlottesville, VA, 22908, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


447: 2012 AM SBRT (Part 2): Physics and Quality Assurance Updates
Presented by Julian Perks, Sacramento, CA, 95817, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


448: 2012 AM Deformable Registration in the Clinic: From Commissioning To Advanced Applications
Presented by Timothy H. Fox, PhD, Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology, Emory Univ School of Medicine, 1365 Clifton Rd, Atlanta, GA 30322
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


449: 2012 AM Effects of Different Parameters On Deformable Image Registration
Presented by Jinkoo Kim, Detroit, MI, 48202, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


450: 2012 AM Patient Organ Doses From Imaging in IGRT: KV Radiograph Vs. KV-CBCT Vs. MV Portal Image Vs. MV-CBCT
Presented by George Ding, Nashville, TN, 37232-5671, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


451: 2012 AM Cone Beam CT: Dose Measurement, Calculation, and Inclusion in the Treatment Plan
Presented by Parham Alaei, Minneapolis, MN, 55455, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


452: 2012 AM Small Field Dosimetry: A Clinical Perspective
Presented by Indra Das, Indianapolis, IN, 46202-5289, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


412: 2012 AM Iterative Reconstruction Methods in Computed Tomography
Presented by Joseph Stayman, Baltimore, MD, 21205, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


413: 2012 AM IMAGE WISELY: Radiation Safety in Adult Medical Imaging
Presented by Stewart Bushong, Houston, TX, 77030-3498, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


414: 2012 AM MR Safety Update, 2012: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?
Presented by Emanuel Kanal, Ph.D., Pittsburgh, PA, 15213, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


415: 2012 AM Philips Microdose Mammography - the Technology and Physics Behind the First FDA Approved Photon Counting X-Ray Imaging System
Presented by Mats Danielsson, Ph.D., Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, 10691, Sweden
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


416: 2012 AM Informatics Driven Quality Initiatives - Using the Tools of Six Sigma
Presented by William Pavlicek, Scottsdale, AZ, 85259, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


417: 2012 AM Radiographic Tomosynthesis: Optimization of Acquisition Parameters
Presented by Michael Flynn, Detroit, MI, 48202, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


418: 2012 AM Radiographic Tomosynthesis: Reconstruction Algorithms
Presented by James Dobbins, Durham, NC, 27705, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


419: 2012 AM Radiographic Tomosynthesis: Image Quality and Artifacts Reduction
Presented by Baojun Li, Ph.D., BOSTON, MA, 02118, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


420: 2012 AM Radiographic Tomosynthesis: Clinical Applications and Dose
Presented by John Sabol, Waukesha, WI, 53188, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


421: 2012 AM CTDI and Patient Dose: A European Perspective
Presented by Willi Kalender, Ph.D., Institute of Medical Physics, Erlangen University, 91052, Germany
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


422: 2012 AM Informatics 1: DICOM and the QMP, Assessment of Color Displays
Presented by Michael Flynn, Detroit, MI, 48202, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


423: 2012 AM Informatics 1: DICOM and the QMP, Assessment of Color Displays
Presented by Donald Peck, Detroit, MI, 48202, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


424: 2012 AM Informatics 2: Dose Monitoring
Presented by Tessa Cook, MD, Ph.D., Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


425: 2012 AM Informatics 2: Dose Monitoring
Presented by Olav Christianson, MS, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27705-2501, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


426: 2012 AM Molecular Imaging of the Breast
Presented by Michael O'Connor, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


427: 2012 AM International Actions On Radiation Safety in Fluoroscopic Procedures Performed Outside Radiology Departments
Presented by Madan Rehani, VIENNA, , A-1400, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


428: 2012 AM NCRP-168 as a Training and Operational Resource
Presented by Stephen Balter, Ph.D., New York, NY, 10032, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


429: 2012 AM Fluoroscopy Training and Compliance - Experience of a Large Academic Institution
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, Ph.D., Baltimore, MD, 21287-0856, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


430: 2012 AM Risk Estimation Versus Risk Perception
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


431: 2012 AM BEIR VII: What It Does and Doesn't Say
Presented by Michael O'Connor, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


432: 2012 AM Biology Versus Epidemiology: The Need for An Integrated Model of Radiation Risk
Presented by Richard Vetter, Ph.D., Rochester, NY, 55902, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


433: 2012 AM Ultrasound Contrast Agents as Facilitator for Intracellular Transport of Drugs and Genes
Presented by Jason Streeter, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


434: 2012 AM Ultrasound Contrast Agents as Facilitator for Intracellular Transport of Drugs and Genes
Presented by Paul Dayton, Chape, NC, 27599, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


435: 2012 AM Ultrasound Scanner Innovations and Clinical Practice
Presented by Kai Erik Thomenius, Clifton Park, NY, 12065-6804, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


382: 2012 AM How You Can Be the Speaker and Communicator Everyone Wants You to Be
Presented by Jannette Collins, MD, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 45267, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


383: 2012 AM Establishing Multidisciplinary Collaboration as a Medical Physicist
Presented by Sha Chang, UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-7512, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


384: 2012 AM Establishing Multidisciplinary Collaboration as a Medical Physicist
Presented by Benedick Fraass, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, 90048, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


385: 2012 AM Establishing Multidisciplinary Collaboration as a Medical Physicist
Presented by Eric Ford, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98195, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


386: 2012 AM Establishing Multidisciplinary Collaboration as a Medical Physicist
Presented by Lei Xing, Stanford Univ School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, 94305-5847, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


387: 2012 AM Medical Physics Ethics in Action
Presented by G. Donald Frey, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, 29425, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


387: 2012 AM Medical Physics Ethics in Action
Presented by George Starkschall, PhD, FAAPM, FACMP, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


387: 2012 AM Medical Physics Ethics in Action
Presented by Naim Ozturk, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 60637, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


387: 2012 AM Medical Physics Ethics in Action
Presented by Per Halvorsen, Alliance Imaging/Alliance Oncology, Newton, MA, 02461, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


387: 2012 AM Medical Physics Ethics in Action
Presented by Rebecca Fahrig, Stanford Univ School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, 94305, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


387: 2012 AM Medical Physics Ethics in Action
Presented by William Hendee, Rochester, MN, 55903-7319, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


393: 2012 AM Medical Physics and Technology Education for Society: Adults, Teenagers, and Elementary Students
Presented by Perry Sprawls, Sprawls Educational Foundation, Montreat, NC, 28757, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


394: 2012 AM Medical Physics and Technology Education for Society: Adults, Teenagers, and Elementary Students
Presented by Mary Fox, Minneapolis Radiation Oncology, Minneapolis, MN, 55435, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


395: 2012 AM Cross-Sectional Imaging - Computed Tomography
Presented by Lawrence Rothenberg, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 10065, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


396: 2012 AM Origins and Development of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Presented by Geoffrey Clarke, UT Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, TX, 78229-3900, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


397: 2012 AM Development of Ultrasound Imaging Equipment
Presented by James Zagzebski, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53705-2275, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


398: 2012 AM CT Protocol Review - Practical Tips for Imaging Physicists
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, Victor, NY, 14564, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


399: 2012 AM Managing the Pediatric Patient's CT Dose: The Role of SSDE
Presented by Keith Strauss, WRENTHAM, MA, 02093, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


400: 2012 AM Optimizing Dose in the Interventional Suite: Do You Really Need That Image Quality?
Presented by Robert Dixon, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-7510, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


401: 2012 AM Overview of Methodology and Standards (QIBA, IEC, AIUM and AAPM)
Presented by Paul Carson, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109-5667, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


402: 2012 AM Ultrasound Phantoms in Image Quality Measurements and Performance Assessment
Presented by Ernest Madsen, Madison, WI, 53705, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


403: 2012 AM ACR Ultrasound Practice Accreditation and Technical Standard for Ultrasound Performance Monitoring
Presented by Nicholas Hangiandreou, Rochester, MN, 55905, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


95: 2012 SCM Integrated Design - The Physicist and Their Role in Patient Comfort
Presented by Justin Parscale
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


96: 2012 SCM ACR Dose Index Registry
Presented by Dr. Richard Morin, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Radiology 4500 San Pablo Rd, Jacksonville, FL, 32224, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


97: 2012 SCM Diagnostic - Performance of Iterative Reconstruction Algorithms / CT Dose Registries
Presented by Kristen Boedeker, Toshiba Medical Research Institute 5419 Grist Mill Woods Way, Alexandria, VA, 22309, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


98: 2012 SCM Update On MQSA and ACR Mammography Accreditation
Presented by Pamela Platt 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


99: 2012 SCM ACR Mammography QC in the Digital Era
Presented by Mr. Douglas Pfeiffer, MS, Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, Imaging Dept PO Box 9047, 4747 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO, 80303, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


100: 2012 SCM Professional - ABR Exam Update
Presented by Ms. Jessica Clements, MS, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Manager of Imaging Physics / RSO 8200 WALNUT HILL LANE, JACKSON BUILDING, DALLAS, TX, 75231, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


101: 2012 SCM Professional - ABR Exam Update
Presented by Mr. Justin Keener, MS, Forsyth Medical Center 2725 AZALEA DR, Greensboro, NC, 27407, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


102: 2012 SCM Professional - ABR Exam Update
Presented by Ms. Stephanie Leon, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


103: 2012 SCM Professional - ABR Exam Update
Presented by Dr. Geoffrey Ibbott, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Radiation Physics 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


104: 2012 SCM DMP Program Implementation and Financial Models
Presented by Dr. Charles Coffey, Ph.D., Vanderbilt Medical Center, Radiation Oncology Dept.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


105: 2012 SCM Medical Physics Worksforce Assessment
Presented by Dr. Michael Mills, Ph.D., James Graham Brown Cancer Center, Radiation Oncology Dept. 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


106: 2012 SCM Therapy 1 - Late Effects of Radiation Therapy
Presented by Dr. Rebecca Howell, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Radiation Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


107: 2012 SCM Therapy 1 - Late Effects of Radiation Therapy
Presented by Dr. Stephen Kry, Ph.D., MD Anderson Cancer Ctr., Radiation Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


108: 2012 SCM Therapy 2 - VMAT for Dummies: Concepts, Clinical Implementation and Treatment Planning
Presented by Dr. Rajat Kudchadker, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, DEPT of Radiation Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


109: 2012 SCM Therapy 2 - VMAT for Dummies: Concepts, Clinical Implementation and Treatment Planning
Presented by Dr. Richard Popple, Ph.D., Univ Alabama Birmingham, Hazelrig-Salter Radiation Oncology Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


110: 2012 SCM Therapy 3 - Advances in Brachytherapy - A Transition to Volume Based Planning
Presented by Dr. Patricia Eifel, Ph.D., MD Anderson Cancer Center, Radiation Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


111: 2012 SCM MRI Guided, Conformal Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer
Presented by Dr. Yusung Kim, Ph.D., University Of Iowa, College of Medicine, Radiation Oncology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


112: 2012 SCM Digital Breast Tomosynthesis System Acceptance Testing
Presented by Ms. Jessica Clements, MS, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Manager of Imaging Physics / 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


113: 2012 SCM The Breast Imaging Center of Excellence Program Requirements
Presented by Mr. William Geiser, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Imaging Physic 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


114: 2012 SCM ACR Breast MRI Accreditation Program
Presented by Presented by: Ms. Donna Reeve, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Imaging Physics 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


115: 2012 SCM Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) – Physics and Performance Testing
Presented by James Hugg, G.E. Medical Systems 
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116: 2012 SCM Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy (SABR) for Treatment of Primary Cancer and Metastases
Presented by Dr. Robert Timmerman, Ph.D., Indiana Univ, Dept of Radiation Oncology 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


117: 2012 SCM Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy: QA and Safety Considerations
Presented by Dr. Stanley Benedict, Ph.D., University of Virginia Health Systems, Dept of Radiation Oncology 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


118: 2012 SCM 4D-CT
Presented by Dr. Erik Tryggestad, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


119: 2012 SCM Therapy 5 - 4D
Presented by Dr. George Starkschall, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Imaging Physic 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


120: 2012 SCM MRI Accreditation Programs: An Overview of Each and Specifics of One
Presented by Dr. Edward Jackson, Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Imaging Physics 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


121: 2012 SCM Diagnostic - MRI Safety and Accreditation
Presented by Dr. Joel Felmlee, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Diagnostic Radiology Dept.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


122: 2012 SCM Therapy 6 - Beam Data Collection and Commissioning for Linear Accelerators: Technical Considerations and Recommendations
Presented by Dr. Indra Das, Ph.D., Indiana University- School of Medicine, Radiation Oncology Dept. 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


123: 2012 SCM Therapy 6 - Beam Data Collection, Commission and Modeling in Treatment Planning System
Presented by Dr. Nikos Papanikolaou, Ph.D., University of Texas HSC SA, Dept. of Medical Physics 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


124: 2012 SCM Diagnostic Ultrasound Performance Testing & Accreditation
Presented by Dr. Nicholas Hangiandreou, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Radiology, East-2 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


125: 2012 SCM Nuclear Medicine – Testing of Gamma Camera, SPECT, and SPECT/CT Systems in a Clinical Environment
Presented by Dr. James Halama, Ph.D., Loyola Univ Medical Center, Radiology/Nuclear Medicine 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


126: 2012 SCM Biologically Based Radiation Treatment Planning
Presented by Dr. X. Allen Li, Ph.D., Medical College of Wisconsin, Radiation Oncology Dept.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


127: 2012 SCM Biological Effects and Risks of Radiation From Fluoroscopic Procedures
Presented by Dr. Louis Wagner, Ph.D., UT Medical School, Radiology Dept
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


128: 2012 SCM Proton Therapy Planning: From Physics to Clinical Realities
Presented by Dr. Stefan Both, Ph.D., Univ Pennsylvania, Radiation Oncolgy 
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129: 2012 SCM Therapy 7 - Proton
Presented by Dr. Michael Gillin, Ph.D., MD Anderson Cancer Ctr, Dept of Radiation Physics
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130: 2012 SCM Implementation of (Low Dose) CT Protocols
Presented by Dr. Christopher Cagnon, Ph.D., UCLA Medical Center, Radiological Sciences 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


131: 2012 SCM Diagnostic - Manufacturer Specific Considerations for CT Accreditation/ Implementation of Low Dose Protocols
Presented by Ms. Melissa Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc. 
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132: 2013 SCM Establishing a New Breast-Specific Gamma Imaging (BSGI) Program: Roles of the Medical Physicist
Presented by Jessica Clements, M.S., Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Biomedical Engineering Dallas, TX, 75231, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


133: 2013 SCM Are There Roadblocks in the Way to Regulatory Or Legislative Progress?
Presented by Lynne Fairobent, AAPM College Park, MD, 20740, US
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134: 2013 SCM Maintenance of Certification Recent Changes
Presented by Richard Morin, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, FL, 32224, US
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135: 2013 SCM Medical Physics Practice Quality Improvement Guidelines
Presented by Michael Yester, Ph.D, UAB Medical Center Birmingham, AL 35249-6830,US
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136: 2013 SCM CT Protocol Review: Practical Tips for the Imaging Physicist
Presented by Dianna Cody, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX, 77030, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


137: 2013 SCM Effective Communication Skills with Staff and Patients
Presented by Norman H. Anderson, MD, Robert Boissoneault Oncology Institute Ocala, FL, 34471, US
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138: 2009 AM 3D Carotid Ultrasound Imaging for Monitoring Carotid Atherosclerosis
Presented by Aaron Fenster, PhD, Robarts Research Institute, London, ON, N6A 5K8, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


139: 2009 AM Emerging X-Ray Fluoroscopic Guidance Technologies for Challenging Cardiovascular Interventions
Presented by Michael A. Speidel, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, 53705, US
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140: 2009 AM Functional Cardiovascular MRI: Assessment, Visualization and Quantification of 3D Blood Flow Characteristics
Presented by Michael Markl, University Hospital Freiburg, Germany
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141: 2009 AM Energy-Sensitive, Photon-Counting Computed Tomography: Opportunities and Technological Challenges
Presented by Ewald Roessl, Philips Research Europe - Hamburg, 22335, GERMANY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


142: 2009 AM Photon Counting Detectors for Mammography
Presented by Mats Danielsson, PhD, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 10691, SWEDEN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


143: 2009 AM Clinical CT Applications with Photon-Counting Detectors
Presented by Reuven Levinson, GE Healthcare, Haifa, ISRAEL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


144: 2009 AM Molecular Imaging of the Breast
Presented by Michael K. O'Connor, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


145: 2009 AM MR-Guided Near Infrared Spectral Tomography of the Breast
Presented by Keith Paulsen Ph.D., Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH, 03755-8000, US
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146: 2009 AM Recent Advances in Breast Tomosynthesis
Presented by Wei Zhao, PhD, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, 11794-8460, US
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147: 2009 AM Where Sound Meets Electricity: The Acoustoelectric Effect in Biomedicine
Presented by Russell Witte Ph.D., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 85724, US
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148: 2009 AM Development of High Frequency Ultrasound Transducers for Medical Imaging
Presented by Jonathan Cannata, The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 90089, US
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149: 2009 AM 3D Ultrasound Guided Prostate Interventions
Presented by Aaron Fenster, PhD, Robarts Research Institute, London, ON, N6A 5K8, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


151: 2009 AM Dual-Energy CT with Fast-KVp Switch
Presented by Jiang Hsieh, GE Healthcare Technologies, Brookfield, WI, 53045, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


152: 2009 AM A Double-Layer Detector, Dual-Energy CT - Principles, Advantages and Applications
Presented by Amiaz (Ami) Altman, PhD, Philips Medical Systems, Haifa, 31004, ISRAEL
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153: 2009 AM Dual Energy Imaging with Dual Source Systems
Presented by Rainer Raupach Ph.D., Siemens Medical Solutions, Forchheim, 91301, GERMANY
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154: 2009 AM Clinical Significance of In-Vivo Proton Range Detection and Potential of MRI Scanning After Proton Therapy
Presented by Theodore S Hong, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114, US
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155: 2009 AM Introduction: Challenges of Post-Treatment and Real-Time Imaging of Dose Deposition in Proton Therapy
Presented by Thomas R. Bortfeld, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


156: 2009 AM Latest Developments in PET Verification of Proton Therapy
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD, Heidelberg Ion Beam Therapy Center and University Clinic, Heidelberg, 69120, GERMANY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


157: 2009 AM Prompt Gamma Measurements for the Verification of Dose Deposition in Proton Therapy
Presented by Jong-Won Kim, KOREA
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158: 2009 AM Inorganic Nanoparticles for Molecular Imaging
Presented by Xiaoyuan Chen, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 94305-5484, US
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159: 2009 AM Immunoliposomes for Targeted Radionuclide Therapy
Presented by George Sgouros, PhD, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute, Baltimore, MD, 21205, US
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160: 2009 AM Imaging Technologies - From Cells to Humans
Presented by Arion Chatziioannou Ph.D., Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging, Department of Molecular & Medical Pharmacology, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


161: 2009 AM Breast Cancer Applications of Optical Imaging Biomarkers Measured with Diffuse Optical Spectroscopic Imaging
Presented by Albert Cerussi, University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA, 92612, US
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162: 2009 AM Breast CT as a Platform for Image Guided Therapies of Breast Cancer
Presented by John M. Boone, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


163: 2009 AM Contrasted-Enhanced Breast Tomosynthesis
Presented by Andrew D. A. Maidment, PhD, Univ Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 19104-4283, US
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164: 2009 AM Innovations in Hadron Beam Generation with Plasmas
Presented by Flavio Poehlmann, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 94305, US
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165: 2009 AM Laser-Driven Targetry: The Road to Clinical Applications
Presented by C-M Charlie Ma, PhD, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA, 19111, US
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166: 2009 AM Pushing the Limits of Microwave Linear Accelerators
Presented by Sami Tantawi, SLAC, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 94305, US
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167: 2009 AM Dielectric Wall Accelerators for Proton Therapy
Presented by George Caporaso, US
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168: 2009 AM The Proton Beam Therapy Facility at PSI
Presented by T. Garvey, Paul Scherrer Institut, Viligen, Switzerland
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169: 2009 AM Recent Development in Predictive Localization of Moving Target
Presented by Dan Ruan, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 94305, US
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170: 2009 AM Fluoroscopic Lung Tumor Tracking Without Implanted Fiducial Markers
Presented by Steve B. Jiang, PhD, University of California, San Deigo, La Jolla, CA, 92093-0843, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


171: 2009 AM DMLC IMRT Tracking of Moving Anatomy - Issues and Solutions
Presented by Lech Papiez, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
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172: 2009 AM AAPM Initiatives in Quantitative Imaging
Presented by John M. Boone, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817, US
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173: 2009 AM Imaging as a Biomarker
Presented by David Mankoff Ph.D., University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98109, US
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174: 2009 AM Infrastructure to Integrate Imaging in Clinical Trials
Presented by Daniel Sullivan MD, Duke University Medical Center, US
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175: 2009 AM Image-Guided Therapies: Advances in Imaging, Modeling, and New Applications
Presented by Paul J. Keall, PhD, Stanford University Cancer Center, Stanford, CA, 94305-5847, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


176: 2009 AM Image-Guided Therapies: Advances in Imaging, Modeling, and New Applications
Presented by David J. Hawkes, PhD, University College London, London, GB
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177: 2009 AM Image-Guided Therapies: Advances in Imaging, Modeling, and New Applications
Presented by Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, PhD, University Health Network, Toronto, ON, CANADA
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178: 2009 AM Professional Development for Women in the AAPM
Presented by Karen Garman, US
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179: 2009 AM Professional Development for Women in the AAPM
Presented by Elizabeth Travis, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


180: 2009 AM Current State Regulatory Issues for Medical Physicists
Presented by Debbie B. Gilley, MPA, State of Florida, Tallahassee, FL, 32399-1741, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


181: 2009 AM Current State Regulatory Issues for Medical Physicists
Presented by John P. Winston, Pennsylvania Bureau of Radiation Protection, Meadville, PA, 16335-3481, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


182: 2009 AM Current State Regulatory Issues for Medical Physicists
Presented by Angela Randall, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


183: 2009 AM Requirements and Opportunities for Maintenance of Certification
Presented by Richard L. Morin, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, 32224, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


184: 2009 AM Requirements and Opportunities for Maintenance of Certification
Presented by Stephen R. Thomas, PhD, Univ Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 45267-0579, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


185: 2009 AM Requirements and Opportunities for Maintenance of Certification
Presented by G. Donald Frey, PhD, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, 29425, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


186: 2009 AM Requirements and Opportunities for Maintenance of Certification
Presented by Geoffrey S. Ibbott, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


187: 2009 AM Imaging and Treatment Planning for Adaptive Radiotherapy in the Head and Neck
Presented by Kristy K. Brock, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, M5G2M9, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


188: 2009 AM Imaging and Treatment Planning for Adaptive Radiotherapy in the Head and Neck
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


189: 2009 AM Imaging and Treatment Planning for Adaptive Radiotherapy in the Head and Neck
Presented by Vincent Gregoire MD, Ph.D., Cliniques Universitaires St-Luc, Brussels, 1200, BELGIUM
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


190: 2009 AM Imaging and Treatment Planning for Adaptive Radiotherapy in the Head and Neck
Presented by Jan-Jakob Sonke, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


191: 2009 AM Student Meeting
Presented by Eric Dick, MS, Huff Ferras L.L.C., Osprey, NY, 34229, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


192: 2009 AM ImaSim, An Animated Tool for Teaching Imaging
Presented by G. Landry, Medical Physics Unit, McGill University, Montreal, QC, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


192: 2009 AM Peer Instruction in the Teaching of An Introductory Medical Physics Course
Presented by G. Starkschall Ph.D., UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


192: 2009 AM Improving MRI Physics for Radiology Residents: Year One
Presented by J. Allison, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


192: 2009 AM KTool: A Web-Based Educational Application for Exploration of K-Space Properties
Presented by N. Yanasak, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


192: 2009 AM Models and Resources for Intergrated Teaching and Learning of Medical Imaging Physics and Technology
Presented by P. Sprawls Ph.D., Sprawls Educational Foundation, Montreat, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


192: 2009 AM Investigation of On-Line Learning Methods and Software to Augment CAMPEP Residency Training Programs
Presented by S. Musser, University of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


198: 2009 AM Update On Fluoroscopy Physics
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, 10021, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


199: 2009 AM Harmonic Imaging
Presented by James A. Zagzebski, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53705-2275, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


200: 2009 AM MR Acceptance Testing and Quality Control: Report of AAPM MR Subcommittee TG1
Presented by Edward F. Jackson, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


201: 2009 AM Digital Dose Reporting
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, 10021, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


202: 2009 AM Magnitude of Radiation Exposure to US Population (NCRP Report #160) with Focus On CT Dose
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, MS, PhD, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD, 21287-0856, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


203: 2009 AM DICOM & IHE: An Update On the DICOM Standard and the IHE Radiology Framework
Presented by Michael Flynn, Ph.D.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


204: 2009 AM Digital Mammography Update: Design and Characteristics of Current Systems
Presented by Kalpana M. Kanal, PhD, Univ Washington, Seattle, WA, 98195-7987, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


205: 2009 AM Quality Assurance for Digital Radiography
Presented by Charles Willis, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


206: 2009 AM CT Clinical Perspective: Challenges and the Impact of Future Technology Developments
Presented by Michael W Vannier, MD, University of Chicago Medical Center, Chicago, IL, 60637, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


207: 2009 AM Quantitative PET/CT Imaging for Drug Discovery, Clinical Trials, and Individual Response to Therapy
Presented by Paul E Kinahan, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98195-7987, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


208: 2009 AM C-Arm Cone-Beam CT: Principles and Applications
Presented by Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, PhD, University Health Network, Toronto, ON, M5G 2M9, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


209: 2009 AM C-Arm Cone-Beam CT: Principles and Applications
Presented by Guang-Hong Chen, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53792, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


210: 2009 AM Quality Assurance Testing of Gamma Camera and SPECT Systems
Presented by Sharon L. White, PhD, Universiity Of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, 35249-6830, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


246: 2009 AM New Dosimetry Measurements - New Developments
Presented by Jan P. Seuntjens, PhD, McGill University, Montreal, QC, H3G 1A4, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


247: 2009 AM New Dosimetry Measurements - New Developments
Presented by John P Gibbons Jr., PhD, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, Baton Rouge, LA, 70809, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


248: 2009 AM New Dosimetry Measurements - New Developments
Presented by Indra J. Das, PhD, Indiana University- School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, 46202-5289, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


249: 2009 AM IMRT in Gynecological Malignancies
Presented by Bulent Aydogan, PhD, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 60637, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


250: 2009 AM IMRT for Prostate Cancer
Presented by Robert A. Price Jr., PhD, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA, 19111, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


251: 2009 AM Gated Radiotherapy for Lung Cancer
Presented by Steve B. Jiang, PhD, University of California, San Deigo, La Jolla, CA, 92093-0843, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


252: 2009 AM Locating and Targeting Moving Tumors with Radiation Beams
Presented by Paul J. Keall, PhD, Stanford University Cancer Center, Stanford, CA, 94305-5847, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


253: 2009 AM 4D Treatment Planning: Rationale, Methods and Significance
Presented by Mihaela Rosu, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 23298-0058, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


254: 2009 AM Strengths and Limitations of Anatomical and Spectroscopic MRI in Radiation Oncology Treatment Planning
Presented by John E. Bayouth, PhD, University Of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 52242, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


255: 2009 AM Dosimetry Metrology for IMRT I
Presented by Robin L. Stern, PhD, UC Davis Cancer Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


256: 2009 AM Dosimetry Metrology for IMRT II: Advanced Systems and Data Analysis
Presented by Jean M Moran, PhD, Univ Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109-5010, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


257: 2009 AM Digital Tomosynthesis for Target Localization
Presented by Devon J Godfrey, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27710, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


258: 2009 AM Ultrasound Based IGRT
Presented by Bill J. Salter, PhD, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, 84112, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


259: 2009 AM The Future of NIH Research Funding
Presented by Harald Paganetti, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 02114-2696, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


260: 2009 AM The Future of NIH Research Funding
Presented by Cheryl A. Kitt, Ph.D., National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 20892, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


261: 2009 AM The Future of NIH Research Funding
Presented by Jeffrey F. Williamson, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 23298-0058, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


262: 2009 AM Practical Considerations for Respiratory Colarated CT Imaging and Target Volume Delineation
Presented by Sasa Mutic, MS, Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO, 63141, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


263: 2009 AM Tools for IMRT Commissioning: Static and Rotating Gantries
Presented by Gary A. Ezzell, PhD, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, Phoenix, AZ, 85054, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


264: 2009 AM Tools for IMRT Commissioning: Static and Rotating Gantries
Presented by Ying Xiao, PhD, Thomas Jefferson Univ Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 19107, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


265: 2009 AM Practical Aspects of Nuclear Medicine Accreditation
Presented by Beth A. Harkness, MS, Henry Ford Hospital System, Detroit, MI, 48202, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


266: 2009 AM Practical Aspects of PET Accreditation
Presented by Peter D. Esser, PhD, Columbia Univ, New York, NY, 10032, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


267: 2009 AM NCI: Quantitative Imaging Initiatives and Public Resources for Standarized Data Analysis
Presented by Larry Clarke
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


268: 2009 AM Implementating In Vivo Perfusion Measurements Using DCE MRI
Presented by Yue Cao Ph.D., The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


269: 2009 AM The Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid - A Tremendous Resource for Research and Clinical Care
Presented by Eliot Siegel, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


270: 2009 AM Adapting Traditional Clinical Medical Physics to Digital Radiography
Presented by Donald J. Peck, PhD, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 48202, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


271: 2009 AM Adapting Traditional Clinical Medical Physics to Digital Radiography
Presented by Michael J. Flynn, PhD, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 48202, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


272: 2009 AM Adapting Traditional Clinical Medical Physics to Digital Radiography
Presented by Charles Willis, Ph.D., Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


273: 2009 AM Adapting Traditional Clinical Medical Physics to Digital Radiography
Presented by Aaron K Jones, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


274: 2009 AM 09-AM - Code of Practice for the Proton Therapy System
Presented by Presented by: Richard L. Maughan, PhD, Univ Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


275: 2009 AM 09-AM - Code of Practice for the Proton Therapy System
Presented by Roelf L Slopsema, University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute, Jacksonville, FL, 32205, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


276: 2009 AM Code of Practice for the Proton Therapy System
Presented by Jatinder R. Palta, PhD, University of Florida Health Science Center, Gainesville, FL, 32610-0385, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


5: 2008 AM Nuclear Medicine Instrumentation
Presented by Timothy Turkington, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


14: 2008 AM Image Guidance During Minimally Invasive Cardiac Interventions : Beyond Fluoroscopy
Presented by Rebecca Fahrig, PhD, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


15: 2008 AM Physiological Assessment of Coronary Artery Disease Based On Angiographic Image Data
Presented by Sabee Molloi, PhD, University of California, Irvine, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


20: 2008 AM Activity Quantitation and Dose Estimation From Nuclear Medicine Imaging
Presented by Lawrence Williams, PhD, City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


25: 2008 AM Where Are We and What Is the Future for Helical/spiral CT?
Presented by Jiang Hsieh, GE Healthcare Technologies, Waukesha, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


26: 2008 AM Advanced CT Applications and Their Impact On Clinical Practice
Presented by Cynthia H. McCollough, PhD, FAAPM, FACR
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


28: 2008 AM Advanced CT Image Reconstruction Algorithms Via Compressed Sensing
Presented by Guang-Hong Chen, PhD 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


29: 2008 AM Digital Mammography Update: Design and Characteristics of Current Systems
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD, University Washington, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


30: 2008 AM Quality Assurance in Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy
Presented by David Shepard, Swedish Cancer Intitute, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


71: 2008 AM  KV and MV Cone Beam CT Imaging for Daily Localization: Commissioning, QA, Clinical Use, and Limitations
Presented by Douglas Moseley, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


83: 2008 AM SPECT/CT Instrumentation and Clinical Applications
Presented by William Erwin, MS, UT, MD, Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


84: 2008 AM PET/CT: Technology Updates, Quality Assurance and Applications
Presented by Osama Mawlawi, PhD,UT, MD, Anderson Cancer Center Imaging Physics, Columbia University, New York, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


89: 2008 AM Dose Descriptors and Dose Assessment for Cone Beam CT Scanners
Presented by Jacob Gelejins, PhD, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, Netherlands 
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


90: 2012 SCM Medical Errors Management and Early Warning for the Medical Physicist
Presented by Dr. David Hintenlang, Ph.D., University of Florida, Biomedical Engineering P O Box 118300, Gainesville, FL, 32611, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


212: 2009 AM Fluoroscopic Imaging Equipment: Guidelines for Detector Input Dose Settings and Image Optimization
Presented by Phillip L. Rauch, MS, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 48202, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


213: 2009 AM Ultrasound Beamformation and Image Reconstruction
Presented by Wayne Moore, Sonora Medical Systems, Longmont, CO, 80503, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


214: 2009 AM Medical Response to a Radiological/Nuclear Event
Presented by Judith L Bader, MD, USPHS, Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, MD, 20852, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


243: 2009 AM Performance-Based QA for Radiotherapy: TG-135 - QA for Robotic Radiosurgery
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD, Stanford University Cancer Center, Stanford, CA, 94305, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


244: 2009 AM Performance-Based QA for Radiotherapy: TG-147 – QA for Non-Radiographic Localization Systems
Presented by Twyla Willoughby, M.D. Anderson Cancer Ctr Orlando, Orlando, FL, 32806, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


92: 2012 SCM How Far Has the Bus Gone In the Past 12 Months? Or Legislative and Regulatory Update
Presented by Ms. Lynne Fairobent, AAPM, Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Manager ONE PHYSICS ELLIPSE, College Park, MD, 20740, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


93: 2012 SCM Toward Minimum Practice Standards in Clinical Medical Physics
Presented by Mr. Per Halvorsen, MSc, Alliance Imaging/Alliance Oncology, Radiation Oncology c/o 55 Bound Brook Rd, Newton, MA, 02461, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


216: 2009 AM Noninvasive Monitoring of Brain Tumor Therapy
Presented by Elizabeth Bullitt MD, University of North Carolina-CH, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-7060, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


217: 2009 AM Multi-Modality Image-Guided Near Infrared Spectroscopy: Optimization and Clinical Applications
Presented by Subha Srinivasan, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 3755, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


218: 2009 AM Practical Procedures for Achieving and Maintaining ACR CT Accreditation
Presented by David R. Pickens, PhD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, 37232-2675, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


219: 2009 AM Determination of Dose to Individual Patients in Radionuclide Imaging Procedures Including Planar, SPECT, and PET
Presented by Lawrence E. Williams, PhD, City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, CA, 91010, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


220: 2009 AM Risks From Occupational Radiation Exposures
Presented by Amy Berrington, National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD, 20852, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


221: 2009 AM Diffusion Imaging: What It Can Tell Us About Cancer
Presented by Nathan E Yanasak, PhD, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, 30912, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


222: 2009 AM Pediatric Radiotherapy Treatment Planning and Delivery
Presented by Arthur J. Olch, PhD, Childrens Hospital of LA, Los Angeles, CA, 90027, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


223: 2009 AM Credentialing for Clinical Trials: The Role of the RPC
Presented by Geoffrey S. Ibbott, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


224: 2009 AM Quality Assurance for IGRT
Presented by Jean-Pierre Bissonnette, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, M5G 2M9, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


225: 2009 AM Biological/Clinical Outcomes Models in Radiation Therapy Planning - (Equivalent Uniform Dose (EUD) and Tumor Control Probability (TCP))
Presented by Andrzej Niemierko, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


226: 2009 AM Biological/Clinical Outcomes Models in Radiation Therapy Planning
Presented by Ellen D. Yorke, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 10065, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


227: 2009 AM Shielding Design for Linear Accelerators Using NCRP Report 151
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc., Gardena, CA, 90248, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


228: 2009 AM Quality Assurance in Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy
Presented by David M. Shepard, PhD, Swedish Cancer Institute, Seattle, WA, 98104, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


229: 2009 AM Quality Assurance in Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy
Presented by Timothy D. Solberg, PhD, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 75390-9183, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


230: 2009 AM Margins in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Dale W Litzenberg, PhD, Univ Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109-5010, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


231: 2009 AM Margins in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Daniel Low, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 63110, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


232: 2009 AM Monte Carlo Treatment Planning: Implementation of Clinical Systems
Presented by Richard A. Popple, PhD, Univ Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, 35249-6832, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


233: 2009 AM Monte Carlo Treatment Planning: Implementation of Clinical Systems
Presented by Richard A. Popple, PhD, Univ Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, 35249-6832, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


234: 2009 AM KV and MV Cone-Beam CT Imaging for Daily Localization: Commissioning, QA, Clinical Use, and Limitations
Presented by Rabih W. Hammoud, MS, Henry Ford Hospital System, Brownstown, MI, 48183, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


235: 2009 AM KV and MV Cone-Beam CT Imaging for Daily Localization: Commissioning, QA, Clinical Use, and Limitations
Presented by Moyed M. Miften, PhD, Univ. of Colorado Denver, Aurora, CO, 80045, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


236: 2009 AM KV and MV Cone-Beam CT Imaging for Daily Localization: Commissioning, QA, Clinical Use, and Limitations
Presented by Douglas J Moseley, PhD, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, M5G 2M9, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


237: 2009 AM KV and MV Cone-Beam CT Imaging for Daily Localization: Commissioning, QA, Clinical Use, and Limitations
Presented by Jean Pouliot, PhD, UC San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 94143-1708, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


238: 2009 AM Treatment Planning of Complex Cases: Strategies and Tradeoffs
Presented by Margie A. Hunt, MS, Mem Sloan-Kettering Cancer Ctr, New York, NY, 10065, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


239: 2009 AM Treatment Planning of Complex Cases: Strategies and Tradeoffs
Presented by Teamour S Nurushev, PhD, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 48202, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


240: 2009 AM Promise and Challenges of PET for Target Definition and Treatment Response Evaluation
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53705, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


241: 2009 AM Promise and Challenges of PET for Target Definition and Treatment Response Evaluation
Presented by Assen S. Kirov, Ph.D., Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY 10065, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


410: 2012 AM Managing Fat in MRI: A Technical Perspective
Presented by Jingfei Ma, Ph.D., HOUSTON, TX, 77030, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


510: 2012 SS CT: Parameter and Protocol Optimization
Presented by Dianna Cody, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


511: 2012 SS CT: New Technologies & Applications, Including Oncology
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


508: 2012 SS Fluoroscopy/Interventional: Dose Estimation and Measurement
Presented by Tessa Cook, MD, PhD, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


513: 2012 SS SPECT: Acceptance Testing and QC Programs (includes artifacts and troubleshooting)
Presented by Frederic Fahey, PhD, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


514: 2012 SS SPECT: New Technologies & Applications, Including Oncology
Presented by Eric C. Frey, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


515: 2012 SS SPECT: Physics Principles and Equipment Design
Presented by Paul Kinahan, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


516: 2012 SS PET: New Technologies & Applications, Including Oncology
Presented by Paul Kinahan, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


517: 2012 SS CT: Shielding and Radiation Protection (room, personnel and patient shielding)
Presented by Jon Anderson, PhD, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


518: 2012 SS SPECT/PET: Estimating Patient Dose
Presented by Frederic Fahey, PhD, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


519: 2013 CTS Benefits of CT and How Leading Academic Sites Communicate Risk to Patients
Presented by James Brink, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 6520
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


520: 2013 CTS How to Make Best Use of Current Technology for Body Pediatric CT
Presented by Donald Frush, Duke University Medical Center, Durahm, NC, 27710
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521: 2013 CTS Specific Principles for Dose Reduction in Head CT Imaging
Presented by Rajiv Gupta, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
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522: 2013 CTS How do the Parameters Affect Image Quality and Dose for Chest CT? Image Review
Presented by Rajiv Gupta, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
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523: 2013 CTS How do the Parameters Affect Image Quality and Dose for Head CT? Image Review
Presented by Mannudeep Kalra, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
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524: 2013 CTS Specific Principles for Dose Reduction in Chest CT Imaging
Presented by Mannudeep Kalra, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
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525: 2013 CTS Protocol Review: What are the participants using for chest CT?
Presented by Mannudeep Kalra, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
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526: 2013 CTS ACR CT Dose Index Registry: How it Might Affect your Site
Presented by Michael McNitt-Gray, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, 90025
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527: 2013 CTS Current CT Dose Metrics: Making CTDI Size-Specific
Presented by Keith Strauss, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 45229
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528: 2013 CTS Protocol Review: What are the participants using for head CT?
Presented by Mark Supanich, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, 48202
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529: 2013 CTS Tube Current Modulation by Vendor and How to Integrate TCM into Practice
Presented by Mark Supanich, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, 48202
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530: 2013 CTS How 3 Sites Approach CT Protocol Management
Presented by Dianna Cody, M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030
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531: 2013 CTS Tips and Tricks for Scanning Obese Patients
Presented by Mannudeep Kalra, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
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532: 2013 CTS How do the Parameters Affect Image Quality and Dose for Abdomen-pelvis CT? Image Review
Presented by Mannudeep Kalra, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114
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533: 2013 CTS Specific Principles for Dose Reduction in Abdomen-Pelvis CT Imaging
Presented by Eric Paulson, M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030
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534: 2013 CTS Cardiac CT - What Can We Learn Using Current 64 Slice CT and What's Coming Next for Cardiac?
Presented by Gilbert Raff, Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, 48073
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535: 2013 CRCPD Introduction and Welcome
Presented by Melissa Martin, MS, Therapy Physics, Inc.
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536: 2013 CRCPD Safety Aspects and Challenges of Magnetic Resonance in Radioactive Materials Environments
Presented by Edward Jackson, Ph.D, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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537: 2013 CRCPD Establishing a Patient Safety Program in Interventional Radiology and Fluoroscopy
Presented by Kyle Jones, Ph.D, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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538: 2013 CRCPD Establishing a Patient Safety Program for CR/DR
Presented by Kyle Jones, Ph.D, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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490: 2012 AM Management of RT Patients with Implanted Cardiac Devices: Updated Recommendations?
Presented by Dimitris Mihailidis, Charleston Radiation Therapy Cons, Charleston, WV, 25304, United States
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491: 2012 AM The Measurement of Absorbed Dose to Active Intravenous Cardiac Devices in Patients Undergoing Radiotherapy
Presented by Chester Reft, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 60637, United States
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492: 2012 AM Management of RT Patients with Implanted Cardiac Devices: From Recommendation to Practical Implementation
Presented by Coen Hurkmans, Ph.D., Department of Radiation Oncology,Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


493: 2012 SS Radiography: Fundamental Principles / Equipment Design & Siting
Presented by Charles Willis, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
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494: 2012 SS Radiography: Acceptance testing & QC programs / Artifacts & troubleshooting
Presented by Charles Willis, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
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495: 2012 SS Radiography: Parameter/protocol optimization / New technologies & applications
Presented by Beth Schueler, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
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496: 2012 SS Mammography: Fundamental Principles / Equipment Design & Siting
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD, University of Washington, San Diego, Seattle, WA
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497: 2012 SS Radiography: Acceptance testing & QC programs / Artifacts & troubleshooting
Presented by Eric Berns, PhD, University of Colorado Health Science, Denver, CO
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498: 2012 SS Mammography: Parameter/protocol optimization / New technologies & applications
Presented by Eric Berns, PhD, University of Colorado Health Science, Denver, CO
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499: 2012 SS Radiography and Mammography: Determination of Organ & Effective Dose in Radiography and Mammography
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD, University of Washington, San Diego, Seattle, WA
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500: 2012 SS Fluoroscopy/Interventional: Equipment Specification & Siting
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
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501: 2012 SS Fluoroscopy/Interventional: Acceptance Testing & QC Programs
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
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502: 2012 SS Flat panel CT: A new spin on CT
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
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503: 2012 SS Fluoroscopy/Interventional: Dose Estimation and Measurement
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
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504: 2012 SS Risk: Communicating Benefits and Risks
Presented by Lawrence Dauer, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Ctr, New York, NY
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505: 2012 SS Risk: Dose Reporting and Tracking
Presented by Tessa Cook, MD, PhD, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
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506: 2012 SS CT: Dose Reduction Techniques
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
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476: 2012 AM Transitioning From 3D IMRT to 4D IMRT and Role of Image-Guidance
Presented by Ping Xia, Cleveland, OH, 44195, United States
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477: 2012 AM Transitioning From 3D IMRT to 4D IMRT and Role of Image-Guidance
Presented by Peter Balter, Houston, TX, 77030-0547, United States
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478: 2012 AM CT QC Testing Under the Draft ACR QC Manual
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, Boulder, CO, 80303, United States
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479: 2012 AM How to Implement An IGRT and SBRT with Siemens Linacs and the Brainlab ExacTrac System
Presented by Dimitris Mihailidis, Charleston Radiation Therapy Cons, Charleston, WV, 25304, United States
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480: 2012 AM Cranial SRS and SRT On a Siemens Artist Using the Brainlab IPlan Treatment Planning System
Presented by Olivier Gayou, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, 15212, United States
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481: 2012 AM IGRT in Prostate Cancer: The Calypso 4D Localization System
Presented by Toufik Djemil, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, United States
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482: 2012 AM Effective Medical Imaging Physics Education
Presented by Perry Sprawls, Sprawls Educational Foundation, Montreat, NC, 28757, United States
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483: 2012 AM Effective Oncology Physics Education
Presented by Jay Burmeister, Wayne State Univ School of Medicine, Detroit, MI, 48201, United States
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484: 2012 AM Effective Oncology Physics Education
Presented by Mohammad Salehpour, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
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485: 2012 AM Effective Oncology Physics Education
Presented by Charles Coffey, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN, 37232-5671, United States
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486: 2012 AM PET/CT QA/QC and Acceptance Testing
Presented by Osama Mawlawi, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
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487: 2012 AM PET/CT QA/QC and Acceptance Testing
Presented by Magnus Dahlbom, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, 90095, United States
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472: 2012 AM Second Cancers From Radiation Therapy Procedures
Presented by Stephen Kry, Houston, TX, 77030, United States
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464: 2012 AM Quality and Safety in Modern Brachytherapy
Presented by Jay Reiff, Ph.D., Philadelphia, PA, 19102, United States
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465: 2012 AM Quality and Safety in Modern Brachytherapy
Presented by Daniel Scanderbeg, La Jolla, CA, 92093-0843, United States
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466: 2012 AM The Joint Commission Sentinel Event Alert 47 - Impact and Experience
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, Ph.D., Victor, NY, 14564, United States
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467: 2012 AM The Emerging Role of Image-Guidance for Breast Radiotherapy
Presented by Jan-Jakob Sonke, United States
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468: 2012 AM The Emerging Role of Image-Guidance for Breast Radiotherapy
Presented by Hania Abdulraouf Al-Hallaq, Chicago, IL, 60637, United States
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13149: 2018 AM From Score to Performance: Planning and Troubleshooting
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Landauer Medical Physics
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13150: 2018 AM Project Management: The Vendor Perspective
Presented by
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13151: 2018 AM Panel Discussion
Presented by Robin Miller, MS Northwest Medical Physics Center
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13152: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13141: 2018 AM Deep Learning Intuition
Presented by
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13142: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13147: 2018 AM Tuning the Instruments: Influencing Change
Presented by Jeffrey Limmer, MS Texas Oncology - Houston
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13158: 2018 AM Statistical Quality Control
Presented by Michael Tallhamer, MS Centura Health
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13160: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13171: 2018 AM Preparation Strategies for Part 2
Presented by Susu Yan, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
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13172: 2018 AM Preparation Strategies for Part 3
Presented by Kevin Casey MD Anderson Cancer Center - replaced Olivia Dawood, MS Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
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13174: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13181: 2018 AM Statistics for Radiomics
Presented by
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13178: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13122: 2018 AM NCI Resources and Support for Imaging Challenges
Presented by Keyvan Farahani, PhD National Cancer Institute
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13123: 2018 AM SPARE: Sparse-view Reconstruction Challenge for 4D Cone-beam CT
Presented by Chun-Chien Shieh, The University of Sydney
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13124: 2018 AM 4D-CBCT reconstruction using prior knowledge and deformation models (Y. Zhang, Z. Jiang, X. Liu, L. Ren)
Presented by Yawei Zhang, Duke University Medical Center
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13125: 2018 AM Data-Driven Respiratory Motion Compensation for 4D-CBCT Using Groupwise Deformable Registration (M. Riblett, G. Hugo)
Presented by Matthew J Riblett Virginia Commonwealth University
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13126: 2018 AM Motion-compensation and motion-aware temporal regularization for improved 4D-CBCT reconstruction (C. Mory, S. Rit)
Presented by Chun-Chien Shieh, The University of Sydney (for Cyril Mory and Simon Rit)
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13128: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13129: 2018 AM Memorial Lecture - In Memory of James G. Kereiakes
Presented by
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13113: 2018 AM Transitioning Out of the Clinic
Presented by
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13103: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13138: 2018 AM Preparing for Inspections
Presented by Rick Robert Layman, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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13136: 2018 AM ACR Inspections
Presented by Chad Dillon, MS Alliance Medical Physics
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13133: 2018 AM Pediatric Fluoro Imaging
Presented by Keith Strauss, MS Children's Hospital Medical Center
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13120: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13131: 2018 AM Pediatric CT
Presented by Samuel Brady, PhD Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Med Ctr
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13064: 2018 AM Prospective Risk Management in the Wild: Tales From Community Practice
Presented by Bradley Schuller, PhD McKee Medical Center
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13066: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13061: 2018 AM Deep Learning Lab
Presented by
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13073: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13077: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13082: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13084: 2018 AM Program Activities in Radiation Research at NCI
Presented by Ceferino Obcemea, PhD NIH/NCI/RRP
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13085: 2018 AM Strategizing for Submission of Original and Revised Grant Proposals to the NIH
Presented by Amit Sawant, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
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13087: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13088: 2018 AM Multi-Energy/Dual Energy CT Technology, Clinical Applications, and Future Directions
Presented by
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13089: 2018 AM Multi-Energy CT Using Energy Integrating Detectors
Presented by Lifeng Yu, PhD Mayo Clinic
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13090: 2018 AM Multi-Energy CT Using Photon Counting Detectors
Presented by Katsuyuki Taguchi, PhD Johns Hopkins University
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13091: 2018 AM Novel Contrast Agents for Multi-Energy CT Imaging
Presented by
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13092: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13093: 2018 AM Lessons Learned From Pediatric I-131 Therapy
Presented by
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13094: 2018 AM Quantification-Based Pediatric Theranostics
Presented by Samuel Brady, PhD Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Med Ctr
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13095: 2018 AM Pediatric NM Therapy in An Adult Hospital Setting
Presented by William Erwin, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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13096: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13017: 2018 AM Introduction
Presented by
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13018: 2018 AM Radiomic tools to assess early response to cancer therapy
Presented by Ruijiang Li, PhD Stanford University
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13019: 2018 AM Longitudinal assessment of lung function post-RT using 4DCT imaging
Presented by John Bayouth, PhD University of Wisconsin
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13020: 2018 AM Multiparametric MRI in Prostate Cancer: Open source tools for quantitative analysis and data standardization
Presented by
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13021: 2018 AM Whole Brain MRSI predicts early response to therapy and enables adaptation
Presented by
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13048: 2018 AM Molecular Imaging In Clinical Trials: Imaging to Guide Targeted Cancer Therapy
Presented by
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13049: 2018 AM Molecular Imaging in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Yoichi Watanabe, PhD University of Minnesota
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13050: 2018 AM Cancer Viewing Glasses for Fluorescence Image-Guided Cancer Surgery
Presented by
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13051: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13034: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13035: 2018 AM Calibration Protocols - A Proud History of the AAPM
Presented by Peter Almond, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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13036: 2018 AM The History of Calibration Laboratories: The Transfer From Primary Standards to the Clinic
Presented by Larry DeWerd, PhD University of WI-Madison/ADCL
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13037: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13039: 2018 AM Vision for medical physics and ongoing developments
Presented by Jeffrey Williamson, PhD Washington University
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13040: 2018 AM Writing good scientific papers and responding to critiques
Presented by Mitchell Goodsitt, PhD Univ Michigan
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13041: 2018 AM Improving manuscript quality via structured reviews, enhanced scientific category taxonomy, and outreach
Presented by Shiva Das, PhD University of North Carolina
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13042: 2018 AM Publishing in JACMP, present and future vision
Presented by Michael Mills, PhD James Graham Brown Cancer Center
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13044: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13013: 2018 AM Strategically Acquired On-Board MRI for ART
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
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12852: 2018 AM Choosing the Right Scan Parameters: Complex Scans Cardiac, Angio, Fluoro
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins Univ
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12846: 2018 AM Contouring Strategies for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Rojano Kashani, PhD University of Michigan
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12847: 2018 AM Treatment Planning Considerations for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Qing-Rong Jackie Wu, PhD Duke University Medical Center
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12848: 2018 AM Patient Specific QA Strategies for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Daniel Low, PhD UCLA
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12849: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12850: 2018 AM Sneak Peek of the Reading Room: What Radiologists Look for in CT Exams
Presented by
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12841: 2018 AM Practical Examples of Autoplanning Via Advanced Scripting
Presented by
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12842: 2018 AM Improve Plan Evaluation with Advanced Scripting
Presented by Charles Mayo, PhD University of Michigan
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12843: 2018 AM Script-Aided Automated TPS Testing
Presented by Bin Cai, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
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12837: 2018 AM The Paradox of Automation
Presented by Stephanie Parker, MS Univ North Carolina
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12838: 2018 AM Current Trends and Future Direction of Automation in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Benjamin Sintay, PhD Cone Health
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12839: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12834: 2018 AM Interactive Panel discussion on Medical Physicists and the Global Health Challenge
Presented by Erno Sajo, PhD University Massachusetts Lowell
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12835: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12832: 2018 AM Productive research collaborations with global partners to address challenges in low-resource clinics
Presented by Kelly Kisling, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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12828: 2018 AM Proton Treatment Planning in the Presence of Uncertainties
Presented by Stella Flampouri, PhD University of Florida
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12829: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12815: 2018 AM ASTRO President-Elect, Remarks
Presented by
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12816: 2018 AM RSNA President, Remarks
Presented by
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12817: 2018 AM The Future - Making it Ours
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
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12819: 2018 AM What's the Best Way to Prepare for the Future?...Create it?
Presented by
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12820: 2018 AM Announcement of the President's Workshop
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
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12822: 2018 AM Improving Delineation and Response Assessment Using Dual Energy CT in Radiation Therapy
Presented by X. Allen Li, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
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12823: 2018 AM Clinical Implementation of Dual Energy CT and Proton Therapy Applications
Presented by Chia-Ho Hua, PhD St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital
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12824: 2018 AM Dual Energy CBCT: Current Progress and Potential Applications
Presented by Stuart Swerdloff, MS Elekta, Pty
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12825: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12826: 2018 AM Robustness in Particle Therapy: The Clinician‚Äôs Perspective and Some History
Presented by
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12902: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12873: 2018 AM New Initiatives in Administrative Council
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
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12874: 2018 AM New Initiatives in Education Council
Presented by James Dobbins, PhD Duke University Medical Center
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12875: 2018 AM New Initiatives in Professional Council
Presented by Daniel Pavord, MS Health Quest
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12876: 2018 AM New Initiatives in Science Council
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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12878: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12897: 2018 AM Sources and Mitigation of CT Quantitative Imaging Measurement Errors
Presented by Michael McNitt-Gray, PhD David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
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12882: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12883: 2018 AM Clinical Decision-Making Using Deep Learning
Presented by
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12884: 2018 AM Using Deep Learning for Therapeutic Toxicity in GI Radiation Therapy
Presented by
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12885: 2018 AM Computerized Breast Image Analysis Using Deep Learning
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
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12886: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12887: 2018 AM Stereotactic MR-Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy: It‚Äôs Just SMART!
Presented by Parag Parikh, MD Washington Univ. School of Medicine
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12888: 2018 AM Innovations in CT-Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Presented by Geoffrey Hugo, PhD Washington University in St. Louis
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12889: 2018 AM Adaptive Proton Therapy with CBCT
Presented by Boon-Keng Kevin Teo, PhD UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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12860: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12861: 2018 AM TG-43U1S2: Report Summary, Methods to Formulate Consensus Data, and Presentation of the Consensus Datasets
Presented by Wayne Butler, PhD Wheeling Hospital
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12862: 2018 AM TG-43U1S2: Dosimetry Parameter Dependence On Radionuclide, Influence of Dataset Grid Size, and Recommendations to Vendors of Brachytherapy Sources and Treatment Planning Systems
Presented by Facundo Ballester, PhD University of Valencia
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12863: 2018 AM TG-43U1S2 Reference Data for Brachytherapy Dosimetry Investigations: Radionuclide Source Spectra and Half-Lives, Reference Dose Scoring Media, and TLD Methodological Corrections
Presented by Mark Rivard, PhD Brown University
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12865: 2018 AM Electric Brachytherapy Safety and Quality Management: The Report of TG 182
Presented by Mark Rivard, PhD Brown University
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12866: 2018 AM TG-253 On Surface Brachytherapy: Current Status
Presented by
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12867: 2018 AM TG-292 On Electronic Brachytherapy Dosimetry: Current Status
Presented by Wesley Culberson, PhD Univ of Wisc Madison
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12871: 2018 AM AAPM Past Initiative Successes
Presented by Kathryn Mittauer, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
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12946: 2018 AM Imaging Genomics Applications in Oncology
Presented by
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12974: 2018 AM Solid State Photo-Detection PET Instrumentation and Technology - Biograph Vision PET/CT
Presented by Dustin Osborne, PhD University of Tennessee Grad School of Medicine
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12976: 2018 AM Strange Glow: The Story of Radiation
Presented by
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12965: 2018 AM Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Prediction Modeling (but Everyone Was Too Afraid to Ask)
Presented by
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12966: 2018 AM Predictive Modeling in Radiation Oncology: A Quick Status Report
Presented by Joseph Deasy, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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12968: 2018 AM Modeling interactions of biological agents & chemotherapy with radiation
Presented by Clemens Grassberger, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
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12969: 2018 AM The Additive Tree
Presented by C Grassberger1*, G Valdes2*, G Cazoulat3*, (1) Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, (2) University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, (3) The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas
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12970: 2018 AM Modeling Tissue Biomechanics for Image-Guided Cancer Therapy
Presented by
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12981: 2018 AM GE Healthcare: Dose Management in Fluoroscopy
Presented by David Miller, PhD GE Healthcare
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12982: 2018 AM Dose Monitoring and Management with Siemens Healthineers
Presented by
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12983: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12978: 2018 AM Sources and Mitigation of US Quantitative Imaging Measurement Errors
Presented by
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12992: 2018 AM Introduction
Presented by Per Halvorsen, MS Lahey Health and Medical Center
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12993: 2018 AM CT Protocol Management: MPPG 1
Presented by Tyler Fisher, MS Therapy Physics, Inc.
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12998: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12995: 2018 AM Radiation Dose Index Monitoring Systems: MPPG 6
Presented by Donna Stevens, MS Northwest Permanente, PC
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13001: 2018 AM Linear and logistic regressions: What they try to explain, and how to interpret the results
Presented by William Sensakovic, PhD Florida Hospital
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13003: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13004: 2018 AM Towards QA Protocol Standardization Through Online Collaborative Systems
Presented by Rodney Wiersma, PhD The University of Chicago
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12919: 2018 AM Large-Scale Clinical Implementation of Automated Planning
Presented by
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12920: 2018 AM Experience with Automated Planning in Busy International Clinic Setting
Presented by
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12922: 2018 AM Introduction to Diffusion Weighted Imaging
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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12923: 2018 AM Advances in DWI Acquisitions
Presented by Ken-Pin Hwang, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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12924: 2018 AM Diffusion Imaging in the Brain
Presented by Nathan Yanasak, PhD Augusta University
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12926: 2018 AM Extracranial and Whole Body Diffusion Imaging
Presented by Jingfei Ma, PhD The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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12927: 2018 AM On-board functional imaging guided radiation therapy with DWI
Presented by Yingli Yang, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
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12928: 2018 AM Identify Imaging Biomarkers Using Radiomics and Machine Learning from Multiparametric MRI
Presented by Ning Wen, PhD Henry Ford Health System
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12930: 2018 AM Compact MRI with High Performance Gradients
Presented by Matt Bernstein, PhD Mayo Clinic
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12931: 2018 AM Ultra-Sensitive Total Body PET Prototype System
Presented by
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12932: 2018 AM Multi-Contrast X-Ray Breast Imaging Prototype System
Presented by
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12933: 2018 AM High-Resolution Extremity Cone-Beam CT Prototype System
Presented by
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12934: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12936: 2018 AM Ultrasound Breast Cancer Imaging
Presented by
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12911: 2018 AM SCAMP Program and SCAMP Mentor's Experience I
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
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12912: 2018 AM SCAMP Mentee's Experience I
Presented by Christopher Peeler, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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12913: 2018 AM SCAMP Mentor's Experience II
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
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12914: 2018 AM SCAMP Mentee's Experience II
Presented by Brendan Whelan, MMSc University of Sydney
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12915: 2018 AM Q&A
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
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12917: 2018 AM Clinical Testing of Automated Planning Modules
Presented by Binbin Wu, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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12944: 2018 AM AI in Radiation Oncology - Now and in the Future
Presented by Charles Mayo, PhD University of Michigan
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12938: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12940: 2018 AM Image Guidance for Pediatric Radiotherapy
Presented by Chia-Ho Hua, PhD St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital
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12941: 2018 AM Particular Needs for Pediatric Imaging
Presented by Samuel Brady, PhD Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Med Ctr
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12942: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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12953: 2018 AM Increased attention to radiation effects in modern Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Worldwide
Presented by Eugene Lief, PhD VA Medical Center
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12954: 2018 AM Radiation risks and CT
Presented by John Damilakis, PhD University of Crete
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12955: 2018 AM Patient exposure and advers radiation effects in interventional cardiology
Presented by Virginia Tsapaki, PhD Konstantopoulio General Hospital
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12956: 2018 AM Radiation exposureand risks to patients and staff during selected non-cardia interventional procedures: Pernambuco, Brazil experiences
Presented by
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12957: 2018 AM Patient exposure and adverse radiation effects from Diagnostic and Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine Procedure:International Experience
Presented by
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12959: 2018 AM Introduction
Presented by Sugata Tripathi, PhD Marshfield Clinic
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12960: 2018 AM General Outline and Fuctionality of the Software Tools: Goals & Analytics
Presented by
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12961: 2018 AM Connecting the Gap Between Radiotherapy Care Delivery & Incidence Learning
Presented by Michael Herman, PhD Mayo Clinic
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13226: 2018 AM Introduction
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
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13227: 2018 AM Overview of MP3.0 Smart Approaches for Precision Medicine
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
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13229: 2018 AM Participant Workshop
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
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13199: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13203: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13196: 2018 AM Sorting Out Employer-Provided Professional Liability Coverage
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
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13233: 2018 AM Panel Member
Presented by Laura Padilla, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
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13242: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13255: 2018 AM Q & A
Presented by
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13256: 2018 SDAMPP 
Presented by
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13257: 2001 IVB Theoretical Aspects of Dosimetry for Intravascular Brachtherapy
Presented by Dennis M Duggan PhD
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13258: 2001 IVB IVB Imaging in the Cath Lab
Presented by Alexander N Li PhD Cedars Sinai Medical Center
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13259: 2019 SCM FDA Prospective
Presented by Robert Sauer, Food and Drug Administration
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13260: 2019 SCM MITA Prospective
Presented by Lee Bush, Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA)
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13262: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13263: 2019 SCM How the ACR Requirements have Changed Residency Programs and Future Physicists
Presented by Annie Hsu, Stanford Cancer Center
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13264: 2019 SCM Bridging the Gap: A Perspective from Full-Service Consulting
Presented by Brad Lofton, Colorado Assn in Medical Phys (CAMP)
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13265: 2019 SCM Hiring Qualified Diagnostic Imaging Physicists: Before and After 2014
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, Therapy Physics, Inc.
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13266: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13271: 2019 SCM Algorithms- QA & Commissioning
Presented by Xiaoying Liang, University of Florida
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13272: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13268: 2019 SCM Auditing and Evaluating MRI Facility Safety Programs
Presented by David Jordan, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
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13269: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13315: 2019 SCM Introduction and Background of Patient Specific QA
Presented by Brian Hasson, Anne Arundel Medical Center
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13316: 2019 SCM TG-218 and Its Implementation Into the Clinic
Presented by Jaclyn Carroll, Versant Medical Physics & Radiation Safety
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13318: 2019 SCM Future Directions in Patient Specific QA
Presented by Moyed Miften, University of Colorado School of Medicine
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13319: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13320: 2019 SCM Medical Physicist Wellness - Part 1
Presented by David Jordan, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
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13321: 2019 SCM Medical Physicist Wellness - Part 2
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, UC San Diego
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13322: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13323: 2019 SCM Overview of Current Practice and Clinical Implementation
Presented by Dennis Stanley, The University of Alabama at Birmingham
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13324: 2019 SCM Clinical Applications and Future
Presented by Ryan Foster, Atrium Health/LCI NorthEast
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13325: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13306: 2019 SCM Pediatric Nuclear Medicine
Presented by Nima Kasraie, Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics
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13308: 2019 SCM Use of EPIDs for Routine Linac and Patient QA
Presented by Casey Bojechko, University of California San Diego
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13309: 2019 SCM Automation of QA
Presented by Jean Moran, Univ Michigan Medical Center
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13310: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13311: 2019 SCM An Overview of the New ACR DBT QC Tests and Phantom
Presented by Dustin Gress, American College of Radiology
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13312: 2019 SCM Physics Field Experience using the New ACR Manual
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, Boulder Community Health
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13276: 2019 SCM Update From Task Group 233
Presented by Justin Solomon, Duke University
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13277: 2019 SCM Update From Task Group 200
Presented by Donovan Bakalyar, Henry Ford Health System
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13279: 2019 SCM Automation in Brachytherapy (1)
Presented by Bin Cai, Washington University School of Medicine
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13280: 2019 SCM Automation in Brachytherapy (2)
Presented by Xun Jia, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr
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13281: 2019 SCM Intraoperative Radiation Therapy with Directional Brachytherapy (1)
Presented by Zachary Grelewicz, Rush University Medical Center
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13282: 2019 SCM Intraoperative Radiation Therapy with Directional Brachytherapy (2)
Presented by Iavor Veltchev, Fox Chase Cancer Center
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13283: 2019 SCM Intraoperative Radiation Therapy with Directional Brachytherapy (3)
Presented by Matthew Studenski, Univ Miami
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13284: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13285: 2019 SCM Medical Physics Practice Guidelines: Past, Present, and Future
Presented by Brent Parker, Univ Texas Medical Branch of Galveston
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13286: 2019 SCM Experiences and Challenges with MPPGs and Other Living Documents
Presented by Dustin Gress, American College of Radiology
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13287: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13288: 2019 SCM Part 1
Presented by William Ellet, University of Miami Business School
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13289: 2019 SCM Part 2
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, n/a
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13291: 2019 SCM A Brief Introduction
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, University of California, San Diego
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13292: 2019 SCM Successfully Establishing a Safety Program in An Academic Environment
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, UC San Diego
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13293: 2019 SCM Unique Considerations in Establishing a Safety Program in a Community Setting
Presented by Bradley Schuller, SCL Health
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13294: 2019 SCM Methods for Overcoming Barriers and Techniques for Rolling Out Interdisciplinary Change
Presented by Leah Schubert, Univ. of Colorado Denver
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13296: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13297: 2019 SCM Practical Implementation of TG 263's Standardized Nomenclatures Across Multiple Radiation Oncology Practices
Presented by Carnell Hampton, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health
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13298: 2019 SCM Big Data - How to Use the Past for the Future
Presented by Charles Mayo, University of Michigan
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13299: 2019 SCM Q & A
Presented by
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13300: 2019 SCM Evaluating the Performance of Stereotactic Breast Imaging Biopsy Systems
Presented by Thomas Aufdemberge, Medical Physics Consultants
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13302: 2019 SCM Acceptance Testing Converted CR to DR Systems
Presented by Ryan Fisher, MetroHealth
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3211: 2014 SCM Using FMEA in your clinic with your colleagues
Presented by Ellen Yorke, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 10065, UNITED STATES
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3212: 2014 SCM Development, Implementation, Use and Maintenance of Safety Checklists
Presented by Luis Fong de los Santos, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, UNITED STATES
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3213: 2014 SCM Taking Responsibility for Safety
Presented by George Sherouse, PhD, Landauer Medical Physics, CHARLOTTE, NC, UNITED STATES
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3214: 2014 SCM Levels of Supervision for Medical Physicists in Clinical Training
Presented by J. Anthony Seibert, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817, UNITED STATES
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3215: 2014 SCM Commissioning and QA of External Beam Treatment Planning System Dose Calculations
Presented by Jennifer Smilowitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, UNITED STATES
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3216: 2014 SCM A System-theoretic Approach to Safety in Radiotherapy
Presented by Robin C Reddick, PhD, Varian Medical Systems, LAS VEGAS, NV, 89119, UNITED STATES
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3217: 2014 SCM Safety Risk Management in RT: A Software Manufacturer Perspective
Presented by James Schewe
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3164: 2005 SS Permanent Prostate Brachytherapy Treatment Planning
Presented by Wayne Butler, PhD, Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, WV
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3191: 2014 SCM Medical Physicists’ Role in IAC Carotid Stenting Accreditation
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, 10021, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3206: 2014 SCM Advanced Applications of Digital Mammography: Tomosynthesis and Contrast-enhanced Digital Mammography
Presented by John Lewin, Diversified Radiology of Colorado, UNITED STATES
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3207: 2014 SCM Creation of a National Incident Learning System to Improve Patient Safety
Presented by Gary Ezzell, PhD, Mayo Clinic Arizona, Phoenix, AZ, 85054, UNITED STATES
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3208: 2014 SCM BICOE Accreditation of Stereotactic Breast Biopsy and Breast Ultrasound Systems
Presented by William Robert Geiser, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES
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3209: 2014 SCM Application of Failures Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to 3D Conformal Therapy
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, MS, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, UNITED STATES
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3227: 2014 SCM ABR Examination Update: Initial Certification and Maintenance of Certification of Medical Physicists
Presented by J. Anthony Seibert, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817, UNITED STATES
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3228: 2014 SCM Job Interview Improvement - A Fun, Interactive Session for Interviewers and Interviewees
Presented by Robin Miller, MS, Northwest Medical Physics Center, SEATTLE, WA, 98178, UNITED STATES
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3228: 2014 SCM Job Interview Improvement - A Fun, Interactive Session for Interviewers and Interviewees
Presented by Matthew Meineke
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3230: 2014 SCM Refresher and What's New in PET
Presented by Osama Mawlawi, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Ctr., Houston, TX, 77030, UNITED STATES
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3231: 2014 SCM Emission Imaging in Cardiology
Presented by Robert Quaife, University of Colorado, Auorora, CO, 80045, UNITED STATES
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3219: 2014 SCM Safety in Radiation Therapy: Usability from a Software Engineering Perspective
Presented by Cristina Negrut, Accuray, Sunnyvale, CA, 94089, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3221: 2014 SCM An Overview of the Radiation Oncology Safety Stakeholders Initiative
Presented by Benedick Fraass, PhD, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, LOS ANGELES, CA, 90048, UNITED STATES
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3222: 2014 SCM Release of Radioactive Patients from Restrictions Using NUREG-1556
Presented by Dustin Gress, MS, MD Anderson Cancer Center, HOUSTON, TX, 77030, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3223: 2014 SCM Patient Dose Tracking for Imaging Studies
Presented by David Hintenlang, PhD, Univ Florida, GAINESVILLE, FL, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3224: 2014 SCM An Institutional Experience Managing the Care of Patients with CIEDs
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3239: 2014 SCM Medical Reimbursement Economics 201: Foundations, This Year's Changes and the Hazy Crystal Ball Look Forward
Presented by Gerald White, MS, Colorado Associates in Medical Phys, Colorado Springs, CO, 80907, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3240: 2014 SCM Be careful what you say, big brother is listening
Presented by Lynne Fairobent, BS, AAPM, COLLEGE PARK, MD, 20740, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3241: 2014 ROPA ACR Physicist talk
Presented by Elizabeth Shiner, MMS, Samaritan Regional Cancer Center, Corvallis, OR, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3242: 2014 ROPA ACR Reviewer talk
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, MS, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3243: 2014 ROPA ACRO Physicist talk
Presented by Greg Bednarz, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 15232, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3244: 2014 ROPA ACRO Reviewer talk
Presented by Claudio Sibata, PhD, 21st Century Oncology, SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3263: 2002 AM Angiographic PACS
Presented by Robert Cecil, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3265: 2013 SCM Small Field Dosimetry for SRS, SBRT, IMRT, and VMAT: TG 120
Presented by Daniel Low, Ph.D., UCLA Los Angeles, CA, 90024, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3266: 2013 SCM Small Field Dosimetry for SRS, SBRT, IMRT, and VMAT: Its Importance In Clinic
Presented by Indra Das, Ph.D., Indiana University- School of Medicine Indianapolis, IN, 46202, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3267: 2013 SCM Foundations of Radiation Physics: Monitor Unit Calculation and Verification: Verification of Monitor Unit Calculations for Non-IMRT Clinical Radiotherapy
Presented by Robin Stern, Ph.D., UC Davis Cancer Center , Sacramento, CA, 95817, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3268: 2013 SCM Foundations of Radiation Physics: Monitor Unit Calculation and Verification: Monitor Unit Calculations for Photon and Electrons
Presented by John Gibbons, Ph.D., Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, Baton Rouge, LA, 70809, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3269: 2013 SCM Foundations of Radiation Physics: External Beam Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance: Quality Assurance of Medical Accelerators
Presented by Fang-Fang Yin, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27710, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3270: 2013 SCM Foundations of Radiation Physics: External Beam Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance: Acceptance Testing, Commissioning, Quality Assurance of VMAT Technology
Presented by Ying Xiao, Ph.D., Thomas Jefferson Univ Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 19107, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3271: 2013 SCM Foundations of Radiation Physics: External Beam Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance: Flattening Filter Free c-arm Accelerators
Presented by Stephen Kry, Ph.D., MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3272: 2013 SCM QA of Treatment Guidance Systems: QA of US-Guided Radiotherapy, Clinical Application
Presented by Bill Salter, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, 84112, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3273: 2013 SCM QA of Treatment Guidance Systems: Quality Assurance for Volumetric Image-Guided Radiation Therapy
Presented by Jean-Pierre Bissonnette, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, M5G 2M9, CANADA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3274: 2013 SCM QA of Treatment Guidance Systems: QA for non-radiographic localization and positioning systems
Presented by Twyla Willoughby, Anderson Cancer Ctr Orlando, Orlando, FL, 32806, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3275: 2013 SCM Advances in Brachytherapy Dose Calculations
Presented by Firas Mourtada, Christiana Care Hospital, Newark, DE, 19713, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3276: 2013 SCM Advances in Brachytherapy Dose Calculations
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, Ph.D., Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec, Quebec, QC, G1R 2J6, Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3277: 2013 SCM Data Integrity and Electronic Charting (EBRT and Brachytherapy): Data Transfer Concepts for Electronic Charting
Presented by Ramon Alfredo C. Siochi, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 52242, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3278: 2013 SCM Data Integrity and Electronic Charting (EBRT and Brachytherapy): Clinical Implementation of Electronic Charting
Presented by Lisa, Benedetti (Burgess), William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, 48073, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3279: 2013 SCM Clinical Trials: A Proposed NCI Clinical Trials Network - Radiotherapy Perspective
Presented by Ying Xiao, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 19107, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3280: 2013 SCM Clinical Trials: Physics Practice Standards for Clinical Trials
Presented by Jean Moran, Ph.D., University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3281: 2013 SCM Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Basic Physics and Operation: Tomosynthesis
Presented by Linda Greer, M.D. Phoenix, AZ, 85027, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3282: 2013 SCM History, Theory and Operation of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Systems
Presented by Mitchell Goodsitt, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3283: 2013 SCM Update On MQSA and ACR Mammography Accreditation Program
Presented by Pamela Platt, American College of Radiology, Reston, VA, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3284: 2013 SCM Tomosynthesis from the Ground Up
Presented by William Robert Geiser, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3285: 2013 SCM CT: The New ACR CT Quality Control Manual: Role of the Medical Physicist
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, M.S., Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, Boulder, CO, 80303, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3286: 2013 SCM CT: Size Specific Dose Estimate (SSDE): Why We Need Another CT Dose Index
Presented by Keith J. Strauss, M.S., Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 45229, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3287: 2013 SCM Experiences in ACR MRI Accreditation - Vendor Nuances That Every Clinical MRI Physicist Should Know
Presented by Kathryn Huff, Riverview, FL, 33578, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3288: 2013 SCM Development of An Automated MR Quality Control Program in Compliance with American College of Radiology (ACR) Accreditation Requirements
Presented by Kiaran P. McGee, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Radiologic Physics , Mayo Clinic and Foundation, Rochester, MN, 55905, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3289: 2013 SCM X-Ray Fluoroscopy Imaging in the Invasive Cardiac Laboratory: Medical Physics Support of a Contemporary Practice
Presented by Kenneth Fetterly, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3290: 2013 SCM Radiation Dose Informatics: Using the Tools of Six Sigma to Improve Radiation Exposure Prescription
Presented by William Pavlicek, Mayo Clinic Arizona, Scottsdale, AZ, 85259, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3291: 2013 SCM Fifty Shades Of Gray: A Medical Physicists Guide As RSO
Presented by Kevin Nelson, M.S., Mayo Clinic Florida, Jacksonville, FL, 32224, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3292: 2013 SCM Radiation Safety: Shielding for Multi-Modality Technology
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, M.S., Therapy Physics, Inc. Gardena, CA, 90248, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3293: 2013 SCM General Diagnostics: Medical Physics for Dental X-ray Imaging
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, M.S., Residency Program Director, Upstate Medical Physics, PC, Senior Vice President, Imaging Physics, LANDAUER Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3294: 2013 SCM The American College of Radiology Random On Site Survey
Presented by Bill Geiser, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3295: 2013 SCM Anatomy of a Professional Liability Case
Presented by Jeffrey Masten , Aspirus Wausau Hospital, WAUSAU, WI, 54401, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3296: 2013 SCM Liability Risk Management for Practicing Medical Physicists
Presented by David W. Jordan, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH, 44106, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3297: 2013 SCM Advanced Modalities in Breast Imaging / Molecular Breast Imaging and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy
Presented by Melissa Carol Martin, M.S., Therapy Physics, Inc. Gardena, CA, 90248, US
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3368: 2006 AM Memorial Lecture for Robert Loevinger
Presented by Stephen Michael Seltzer, M.S., National Institute of Standards & Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3155: 2005 SS Implant Design & Execution
Presented by Robert D. Zwicker, PhD, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3160: 2005 SS Post procedure Evaluation
Presented by William S. Bice, Jr., PhD, International Medical Physics Services, San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3161: 2005 SS ICRU Recommended Dose and Volume Specification for Raporting Interstitial Brachytherapy
Presented by Ali S. Meigooni, PhD, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, KY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3098: 2007 SS PET Shielding Stationary Facilities
Presented by Donald Frey, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3099: 2007 SS PET Shielding in Mobile Coaches
Presented by Richard Massoth, PhD, Medical X-Ray Center, PC, Sioux Falls, SD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3100: 2007 SS Facility Design
Presented by Dan Bourland, PhD, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3101: 2007 SS Shielding Evaluation
Presented by Mark Towsley, MS, Minneapolis Radiation Oncology, St. Paul, MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3063: 2011 SCM Comparison of SBRT Treatment Plans Using Conventional Linear Accelerator Based Non-Coplanar Beam Arrangements Versus Tomotherapy
Presented by Ulrich Langner, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3064: 2011 SCM Image Registration, Deformation, and Enhanced Contouring for Radiotherapy with MIM Maestro™
Presented by Debra Brinkmann, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3064: 2011 SCM Image Registration, Deformation, and Enhanced Contouring for Radiotherapy with MIM Maestro™
Presented by Jon Piper, MIM Software Inc., Cleveland, OH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3065: 2011 SCM Image Registration, Deformation, and Enhanced Contouring for Radiotherapy with VelocityAI
Presented by Douglas Caruthers, Velocity Medical Solutions, Atlanta, GA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3065: 2011 SCM Image Registration, Deformation, and Enhanced Contouring for Radiotherapy with VelocityAI
Presented by Ashley Smith, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3066: 2011 SCM Digital Versus Analogue Control Systems
Presented by Ivan Brezovich, Ph.D, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL , United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3056: 2010 CRCPD Moving to electronic records/signatures
Presented by Bruce Curran, MS, ME, Rhode Island Hospital/Brown Medical Center, Providence, RI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3057: 2011 SCM The Use of In-Room KV Imaging for IGRT
Presented by John Wong, PhD, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, Baltimore, MD, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3058: 2011 SCM MQSA Regulations and ACR Mammography Accreditation Update
Presented by Priscilla Butler, MS, American College of Radiology, Reston, VA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3059: 2011 SCM ACR Mammography QC in the Digital Era
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, MS, Blackthorn Medical Physics, Westminster, CO, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3060: 2011 SCM A Perspective View of X-Ray Imaging Doses to Radiotherapy Patients for IGRT
Presented by George Ding, Ph.D, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3061: 2011 SCM SBRT: The University of Kentucky Experience - Dosimetric Verification of Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy Using Cone-Beam Computed Tomography Images
Presented by Ganesh Narayanasamy, Ph.D, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, KY, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3172: 2005 SS Introduction to MammoSite
Presented by Wayne Butler, PhD, Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, WV
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3173: 2005 SS Intravascular Brachytherapy
Presented by Shirish Jani, PhD, Sharp Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3174: 2005 SS Volume-Image Guidance for Intracavitary Brachytherapy for Cancer of the Cervix
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3175: 2005 SS ICRU Cervical Intracavitary Dose Reporting Recommendations
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3182: 2005 SS Brachytherapy with Miniature Electronic X-ray Sources
Presented by Mark Rivard, PhD, Tufts-New England Medical Center, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3187: 2014 SCM Monte Carlo Treatment Planning for Electron Beams
Presented by Joanna Cygler, PhD, The Ottawa Hospital Regional Cancer Ctr., Ottawa, ON, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3188: 2014 SCM RadSite Quality Benchmarking: Understanding our MIPPA Accreditation Program
Presented by Phillip Patton, PhD, Orlando Regional Healthcare System, WINDERMERE, FL, 34786, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3189: 2014 SCM Monte Carlo Dose Calculation for Photon Treatment Planning
Presented by Indrin Chetty, PhD, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 48202, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3196: 2014 SCM Understanding IAC CT Accreditation
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, MS, Upstate Medical Physics, Victor, NY, 14564, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3197: 2014 SCM Facilitating Communication for Dose Optimization in CT
Presented by Jenifer Siegelman, MD MPH, Norwich Diagnostic Imaging, Old Saybrook, CT, 6475, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3198: 2014 SCM MR Safety: Requirements and Practical Aspects
Presented by Robert Pooley, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, 32224, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3198: 2014 SCM MR Safety: Requirements and Practical Aspects
Presented by Joel Felmlee, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3199: 2014 SCM Image Registration for Treatment Planning
Presented by Dongxu Wang, PhD, University of Iowa, IOWA CITY, IA, 52242, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3200: 2014 SCM Image Registration for IGRT
Presented by Peter Balter, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3202: 2014 SCM The Revised ACR MRI Quality Control Manual: Status Report
Presented by Ronald Price, PhD, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3203: 2014 SCM Incident Learning in Radiation Oncology: An Update
Presented by Debbie Gilley, MPA, AAPM, COLLEGE PARK, MD, 20740, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3204: 2014 SCM Using Incident Learning Systems to Improve Patient Safety: A Clinical Perspective
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD, University of Washington, SEATTLE, WA, 98195, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3103: 2007 SS Primary and Seondary Composite Wall Materials
Presented by Peter Biggs, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3104: 2007 SS Neutron Shielding Design and Evaluations
Presented by Nisy E. Ipe, PhD, C.H.P., Consultant, Shielding Design, Dosimetry & Radiation Protection
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3105: 2007 SS Direct Shielded Door Designs
Presented by Pat McGinley, PhD, Radiological Physicist, Stone Mountain, GA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3106: 2007 SS Maze Calculations - Door Designs
Presented by Melissa Martin, MS, Therapy Physics Inc., Bellflower, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3107: 2007 SS Tomotherapy Room Shielding Design
Presented by Melissa Martin, MS, Therapy Physics Inc., Bellflower, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3108: 2007 SS Cyberknife Shielding Design
Presented by Jim Rodgers, PhD, RadAmerica Inc., Chevy Chase, MD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3109: 2007 SS HDR Room Shielding Design
Presented by Glenn Glasgow, PhD, Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3110: 2007 SS Skyshine, Adjacent Building and Ceiling Calculations
Presented by Tom Potts, MS, Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho Mirage, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3117: 2005 CRCPD Regulatory Issues in the Use of Stationary and Mobile HDR
Presented by David J. Keys, PhD, Medical Physics Services Ltd., St. Louis, MO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3129: 2001 IVB Radioactive Materials Licensure and Clinical Review Boards for IVB
Presented by Mr. Michael Bohan B.Sc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3130: 2001 IVB Quality Management for Intravascular Brachytherapy
Presented by Bruce R Thomadsen PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3131: 2001 IVB An Introduction to the Physics, Techniques and Radionuclides in the Intravascular Brachytherapy for the Treatment of Restenosis
Presented by Ravinder Nath PhD Yale University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3131: 2001 IVB An Introduction to the Physics, Techniques and Radionuclides in the Intravascular Brachytherapy for the Treatment of Restenosis
Presented by Ning J Yue PhD Yale University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3132: 2011 SCM CT Dose Reporting Requirements of CA Senate Bill 1237
Presented by Melissa C. Martin, M.S., FACMP, FACR, FAAPM
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3134: 2009 CORP Introduction of Landauer OSL Dosimeters into the RPC's Remote Audit Program
Presented by Dr. Cliff Yahnke Landauer Director of Technology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3134: 2009 CORP Introduction of Landauer OSL Dosimeters into the RPC's Remote Audit Program
Presented by Dr. Geoff Ibbott Director of Radiological Physics Center, MD Anderson RPC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3134: 2009 CORP Optically Stimulated Luminescent Dosimeters and Their Use for In Vivo Dosimetry in Rotational Therapy: Tomotherapy, Rapid Are, and Step-and-Shoot IMRT
Presented by Dr. Paul Jursinic Director of Medical Physics, Western Michigan Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3138: 2005 SS Sources & Delivery Systems IIa: LDR Sources
Presented by Robert E. Wallace, PhD, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3144: 2005 SS Calibration for Brachytherapy sources
Presented by Larry A. DeWerd, PhD, University of Wisconsin Radiation Calibration, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3145: 2005 SS Localization I: Source Localization in Brachytherapy
Presented by Eugene Lief, PhD, Maimonides Comprehensive Cancer Center, Brooklyn, NY
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3151: 2005 SS Microbrachytherapy: Example - Microspheres
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3068: 2011 SCM Are You Driving the Bus Or Along for the Ride? How the Media Is Influencing Your Profession!
Presented by Lynne Fairobent, AAPM, College Park, MD, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3069: 2011 SCM How the Media Influences the Regulatory and Legislative Environments Regulatory Response to Media Influence, Chipping Away at the Issues, " CRCPD Initiatives to Make the World a Safer Place"
Presented by Debbie Gilley, CRCPD, Tallahassee, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3070: 2011 SCM US Supply of Medical Isotopes
Presented by Steve Schilthelm, Deputy Program Manager, Medical Isotopes
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3071: 2011 SCM US Supply of Medical Isotopes
Presented by Gregory Piefer, Ph.D, Phoenix Nuclear Labs, Middleton, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3072: 2011 SCM US Supply of Medical Isotopes
Presented by Earl Saito, PhD. GE, Wilmington, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3073: 2011 SCM US Supply of Medical Isotopes
Presented by Parrish Staples, DOE/NNSA, Washington, DC, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3074: 2011 SCM US Supply of Medical Isotopes
Presented by James Harvey, NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes, LLC, Madison, WI, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3075: 2011 SCM Updating Image Quality and Dosimetric Metrics for CT
Presented by John Boone, Ph.D, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3076: 2011 SCM Update On the Activities of the American Board of Radiology
Presented by G Donald Frey, Ph.D, MUSC, Charleston, SC, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3077: 2011 SCM ACR CTAP - The New Phantom Paradigm
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, MS, Blackthorn Medical Physics, Westminster, CO, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3078: 2011 SCM Preparing for the ABR Therapy Physics Boards: Part III (Oral Exam)
Presented by Stewart Becker, Ph.D, New York University Langone Medical Center, New York, NY, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3079: 2011 SCM Hot Topics in CT
Presented by Dianna Cody, Ph.D, U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3080: 2011 SCM Medical Physics Workforce Issues in the USA
Presented by Michael Mills, Ph.D, Brown Cancer Center, Louisville, KY, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3081: 2011 SCM Professional Doctorate in Medical Physics (DMP): Two Year Experience
Presented by Charles Coffey, Ph.D, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3082: 2011 SCM MVCT Image Guidance and QA
Presented by Robert Staton, Ph.D, MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando, Orlando, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3083: 2011 SCM Image Guidance Techniques on the CyberKnife
Presented by Mary Ellen Masterson-McGary, Ph.D, CyberKnife Center of Tampa Bay, Tampa, FL, United States
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3084: 2010 ACMP Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy: Clinical Implementation
Presented by Daliang Cao, PhD, DABR, Swedish Cancer Institute, Seattle, WA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3085: 2010 ACMP Electron Dosimetry
Presented by David Followill, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3086: 2010 ACMP Clinical Implementation of RapidArc
Presented by Rebecca Howell, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3087: 2010 ACMP Advancing Safety in Brachytherapy
Presented by Luke McLemore, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester , MN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3088: 2010 ACMP Therapeutic Electron Beams: Clinical Dosimetry and AAPM TG-70
Presented by Dimitris Mihailidis, PhD, Charleston Radiation Therapy Cons, Charleston , WV
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3089: 2010 ACMP Developing and Maintaining a Safe HDR Brachytherapy Practice
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3090: 2010 ACMP RapidArc Commisioning and Patient Specific QA
Presented by Sotirios Stathakis, PhD, CTRC at UTHSCSA, Dept of Radiation Oncology, San Antonio, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3091: 2010 ACMP Credentialing for Clinical Trials - IGRT
Presented by Ying Xiao, PhD, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3092: 2010 ACMP Imaging for Radiation Therapy (ACR Guidelines/AAPM TG 142)
Presented by Fand fang Yin, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3093: 2007 SS Overview and Basis of Design and R/F Shielding
Presented by Douglas Simpkin, PhD, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3094: 2007 SS CT Shielding Design
Presented by Donna Stevens, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3095: 2007 SS Special Purpose Rooms: Mammo, Cath Labs, CT and R/F Simulators
Presented by Doug Shearer, PhD, Consultant, Providence, RI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3096: 2007 SS Overview of TG Report 108
Presented by Mark Madsen, PhD, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3194: 2014 SCM Integrating Plan Quality Metrics into Comprehensive TPS Commissioning: A Look Ahead to TG 244
Presented by Vladimir Feygelman, PhD, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, 33612, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3513: 2014 SS Future of SBRT
Presented by Pat Kupelian
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3514: 2014 SS Future of SBRT Q & A
Presented by Pat Kupelian Q & A
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3430: 2013 AM Successes and Challenges Associated with Monte Carlo Treatment Planning in the Clinic
Presented by oanna Cygler, PhD, The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Ctr.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3431: 2013 AM Advanced Novel Technologies & Therapeutic Strategies
Presented by Kathy Ferrara, University of California Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3432: 2014 SCM Lessons learned from SAFRON: Using Incident Learning in Multi-Institutional Settings
Presented by Debbie Gilley, MPA, AAPM, COLLEGE PARK, MD, 20740, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3433: 2014 SCM Safety 1: Incident Learning Systems in Radiation Therapy Q&A
Presented by Debbie Gilley, MPA, AAPM, COLLEGE PARK, MD, 20740, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3433: 2014 SCM Safety 1: Incident Learning Systems in Radiation Therapy Q&A
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD, University of Washington, SEATTLE, WA, 98195, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3434: 2014 SCM Incident Learning in Radiation Oncology: Examples in Incident Learning
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD, University of Washington, SEATTLE, WA, 98195, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3435: 2014 SCM Plan Challenge Methods: SBRT Lung
Presented by Greg Robinson
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3407: 2014 ROPA ACRO Reviewer talk Q&A
Presented by Claudio Sibata, PhD, 21st Century Oncology, SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3409: 2014 SCM The Revised ACR MRI Quality Control Manual: Status Report - Q&A
Presented by Ronald Price, PhD, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3410: 2014 CRCPD Review of the basics that are covered in the self-study just to set the stage for everyone in the audience in case some attend the session and haven t done the on-line course
Presented by John Boone
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3411: 2014 CRCPD Question and answers from the Self-study training
Presented by Aaron Jones
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3412: 2014 CRCPD Effects of radiation on the skin and hair
Presented by Stephen Balter
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3413: 2014 CRCPD Occupational Monitoring in Fluoroscopy
Presented by Ralph Lieto
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3414: 2014 CRCPD Privileging of fluoroscopic users
Presented by Aaron Jones
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3414: 2014 CRCPD Privileging of fluoroscopic users
Presented by Stephen Balter
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3416: 2014 CRCPD Managing patient dose notification levels
Presented by Aaron Jones
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3417: 2014 CRCPD Tracking and Reporting Dose
Presented by Stephen Balter
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3418: 2014 CRCPD Tracking and Reporting Dose
Presented by Bette Blankenship
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3419: 2014 CRCPD What should the inspector expect on a QMP report PART 1 Fluoroscopy Equipment
Presented by Thomas Ruckdeschel
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3423: 2014 CRCPD What should the inspector expect on a QMP report PART 1 Fluoroscopy Equipment Part 2
Presented by Thomas Ruckdeschel
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3425: 2014 CRCPD What should the inspector expect on a QMP report PART 2 Qualified Medical Physics Survey
Presented by Michael Glaser
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3246: 2014 ROPA Focus Session #1: ACR Failures and Fixes
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, MS, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3246: 2014 ROPA Focus Session #1: ACR Failures and Fixes
Presented by Elizabeth Shiner, MMS, Samaritan Regional Cancer Center, Corvallis, OR, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3248: 2014 ROPA Focus Session #2: ACRO Failures and Fixes
Presented by Claudio Sibata, PhD, 21st Century Oncology, SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3248: 2014 ROPA Focus Session #2: ACRO Failures and Fixes
Presented by Greg Bednarz, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 15232, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3250: 2014 ROPA Focus Session #3: Policies and Procedures
Presented by Steven de Boer, Msc, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY, 14263, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3251: 2014 ROPA Focus Session #3: Policies and Procedures
Presented by Daniel Pavord, MS, Vassar Brothers Hospital, Poughkeepsie, NY, 12601, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3252: 2006 ED Medical Physics as a Career
Presented by Herbert W. Mower, ScD, Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3253: 2006 ED Pathways into Medical Physics
Presented by Marc R. Sontag, PhD, D3 Radiation Planning, Pittsburgh, PA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3254: 2006 ED The Florida Chapter of AAPM
Presented by Robert J. Staton, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando, Orlando, FL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3255: 2014 SCM California CT Dose Regulations; Implementation Strategies and Initial Experience
Presented by John Boone, PhD, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 95817, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3256: 2014 SCM Introducing the 'Plan Quality Algorithm' As a Method to Customize and Automate the Quantification of Plan Quality
Presented by Benjamin Edward Nelms, PhD, Merrimac, WI, 53561, UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3257: 2010 SRT SRT Audience Responses
Presented by Michael Herman, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States
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3258: 2013 SS Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Presented by Frank J. Rath, M.S., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
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3551: 2014 SS Edge Experience
Presented by Jinkoo Kim
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3552: 2014 SS Q & A - Imaging & Fusion II
Presented by Q & A
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3553: 2014 SS Overview of Motion Management Systems: Strategies and Guidelines
Presented by Stanley Benedict
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3554: 2014 SS Positioning Features in Current Immobilization Systems
Presented by Joshua Evans
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3555: 2014 SS Introduction to Breathing Monitoring Systems
Presented by Krishni Wijesooriya
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3557: 2014 SS The Importance of 4D Simulation, Planning and Delivery
Presented by Krishni Wijesooriya
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3558: 2014 SS Tumor Tracking - Current and Future Developments
Presented by Joshua Evans
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3561: 2010 AM Efficient Outcomes-Driven IMRT Treatment Planning Using Commercial Treatment Planning Systems
Presented by Dr. Charles S. Mayo, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 55905
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3562: 2010 AM Efficient Outcomes-Driven IMRT Treatment Planning Using Commercial Treatment Planning Systems
Presented by X. Allen Li,  Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3563: 2010 AM Efficient Outcomes-Driven IMRT Treatment Planning Using Commercial Treatment Planning Systems
Presented by Markus Alber, University of Munich, München, 81377
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3564: 2010 AM Efficient Outcomes-Driven IMRT Treatment Planning Using Commercial Treatment Planning Systems
Presented by Dr. Joseph O. Deasy, PhD, Washington Univ, Saint Louis, MO, 63110-1076
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3565: 2010 SS Introduction
Presented by William Hendee, George Starkschall,...
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3566: 2014 AM Beyond Clinical Medical Physics: Entrepreneurship and Opportunities in Industry
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello MS
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3567: 2014 AM Beyond Clinical Medical Physics: Entrepreneurship and Opportunities in Industry
Presented by Michelle Svatos PhD
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3568: 2014 AM Q & A
Presented by
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3569: 2014 AM Overview of the Scope and Opportunity of Online Education in Medical Physics
Presented by James Dobbins PhD
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3570: 2014 AM Review of Available Online Educational Resources for Medical Physics Education
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro PhD
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3571: 2014 AM The AAPM Virtual Library and Online Learning Center
Presented by Charles Bloch PhD
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3572: 2014 AM AAPM/RSNA Online Educational Modules
Presented by Eric Gingold PhD
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3573: 2014 AM Software Tools for Creating Online Content
Presented by George Starkschall PhD
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3574: 2014 AM Considerations of Massively-Open Online Courses in Medical Physics Education
Presented by Mark Oldham PhD
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3575: 2014 AM A Collaborative Model of Medical Physics Education Including Online Resources
Presented by Perry Sprawls PhD
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3576: 2014 AM Participating in Panel Discussion
Presented by Ying Xiao PhD
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3577: 2014 AM Q & A
Presented by
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3578: 2014 AM Welcome
Presented by Per Halvorsen MSc
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3579: 2014 AM Macro Changes in the US Healthcare Delivery System: How the Physician Community Is Adapting, and Possible Lessons for Other Medical Specialties
Presented by Kenneth Shine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3580: 2014 AM External Forces and How the Medical Physics Practice Model May Need to Adapt
Presented by Gerald White MS
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3582: 2014 AM Background of 3D Printing and Applications to Radiation Therapy
Presented by Eric Ehler PhD
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3583: 2014 AM 3D Printed Phantoms for Small Field Dosimetry Applications
Presented by Julian Perks PhD
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3584: 2014 AM 3D Printing in Medical Physics: Future Directions
Presented by Karl Rasmussen PhD
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3585: 2014 AM Assessment of Breast Imaging Systems with a 3D Anthropomorphic Breast Phantom
Presented by Predrag Bakic PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding =


3587: 2014 AM Effective Medical Physics Educational Activities: Models and Methods
Presented by Perry Sprawls PhD
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3589: 2014 AM Introduction; Flipped Learning 2.0
Presented by George Starkschall PhD
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3590: 2014 AM Flipped Learning 1.0
Presented by Stephen Kry PhD
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3591: 2014 AM Project-Based Learning
Presented by Rebecca Howell PhD
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3592: 2014 AM Q & A
Presented by
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3593: 2014 AM Review of CT Imaging Including CBCT
Presented by Zacariah Labby PhD
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3594: 2014 AM Review of PET/CT Imaging
Presented by William Sensakovic PhD
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3595: 2014 AM Review of MR Imaging
Presented by Elizabeth Hipp PhD
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3596: 2014 AM Review of Imaging for Brachytherapy
Presented by Michael Altman PhD
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3597: 2014 AM Imaging Refresher for Standard of Care Radiation Therapy - Intro
Presented by
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3603: 2014 AM Introduction and Overview On Determination, Minimization and Communication of Uncertainties in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk MSc
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3604: 2014 AM Dose Uncertainty Modeling
Presented by Jatinder Palta PhD
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3475: 2011 AM Professional Symposium - Preparing for ABR Board Exams
Presented by Panel Discussion
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3476: 2011 AM Educational Course Therapy: Implanted Target Surrogates for Radiation Treatment Verification
Presented by Nishita Kothary, MD. Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA