The European Congress of Radiology will be held in Vienna, Austria in March 1-5, 2017.
Download the programme for Medical Physicists (EFOMP workshops, sessions, classes, refresher courses).
EFOMP events at ECR2017
Thursday, March 2, 13.00-14.00 Working Group on CBCT coordinated by Hugo de las Heras
Friday, March 3, 14.00-15.00 COCIR - EFOMP coordinated by Klaus Bacher & Marco Brambilla
Saturday, March 4, 13.00-15.00 Physics in Radiology Subcommittee – EFOMP meeting coordinated by David Lurie & John Damilakis
Saturday, March 4, 15.00-17.00 Mammo Working Group coordinated by Ioannis Sechopoulos
All events will be held in the meeting room M14, kindly hosted by ECR2017
EFOMP Working Group for quality control in CBCT: To convey the final approval of the guideline by ESTRO and IAEA. The next steps to complete the initial goals of the group, which deal with the unification of quality control in CT and CBCT, will be also discussed. The members of the group will be happy to join other interested attendees to discuss the present and the future together.
COCIR - EFOMP: During this meeting a Memorandum of Understanding will be signed between the two organizations.
The two parties commit to promote constant collaboration and exchange, to foster training of medical physicists on the best use of new equipment an technology in radiation imaging an therapy and to reduce radiation exposure of patients and users. To this purpose, perspectives of future collaboration between the two organizations in the field of Education and Training will be discussed during the meeting.
ECR Physics in Radiology Subcommittee - EFOMP Meeting:
Meeting to discuss proposals for future ECR sessions, feedback from the ECR Programme Planning Committee and other topics related to ECR program for Medical Physicists.
EFOMP Working Group Mammo: The joint European Federation of Organizations for Medical Physics (EFOMP) and American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) Task Group on developing a new universal breast dosimetry method will have an open meeting for all interested physicists, and others, attending ECR in Vienna, to present and seek feedback on the aim, work plan and current status of the group.
EF 1 Radiation incidents and accidents in medical imaging and their management (part I)
Friday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room G
Moderators: J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
A. Torresin; Milan/IT
EF 2 Radiation incidents and accidents in medical imaging and their management (part II)
Friday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room G
Moderators: M. Brambilla; Novara/IT
D.J. Lurie; Aberdeen/UK
The sessions are part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign
The new DIRAC web page is available with a new web interface and visual features. Users can view and upload information on individual radiotherapy centres and also data summaries for countries, regions and for the entire world. While the content is the same, the new DIRAC website is more detailed and collaborative in terms of data analysis and interactive maps.
To access the new DIRAC webpage use the link: https://dirac.iaea.org
The DIRAC promotional video is available at https://youtu.be/5qTAGvNI6qA
Click here to download the DIRAC flyer