Below is a list of events, in date order, that are not organised by IPEM but are in the same interest area. For further details, click on the title or links within the text.
If you are organising a conference or event and you would like it to be included in our listings below, please email the IPEM Conference Team with brief details of your event and a link to your webpage. We are happy to advertise events on this page that may be of interest to our members, and in return appreciate other organisations reciprocating this arrangement.
This course provides the theoretical background and training necessary for the radiological protection requirements of both ionising and non-ionising radiations used in hospitals. The course is accredited for IPEM CPD.
The first 4-day module (Monday till Thursday) covers the following subject areas: radiation risks, dosimetry, biological effects, instrumentation, legislation, transport, emergencies and safe practice in the medical uses of ionising radiations. The additional (optional) 1-day module on Friday covers non-ionising radiation protection. As well as
lectures there will be small informal workshop sessions covering a range of practical issues. The course is at a level suitable for hospital physicists working in the field of radiation protection or those who want to expand their knowledge in this field. It is particularly suitable for those wishing to become Radiation Protection Advisors and covers the Basic Underpinning Knowledge (Basic Syllabus as set out in Annex 3 of the HSE statement on Radiation Protection Advisors. Course materials including a comprehensive course booklet and PowerPoint presentations on a USB memory stick, and a certificate of attendance is provided.
For further information on registration contact the RPTC Secretariat - Louise Sear (or Caroline Saunders) by email – firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 661 3700
For further information on course content, email Jim Thurston (Course Organiser), email@example.com or Jessica Sowden, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 808 2509.
This highly commended one-day teaching course will be limited to 20 participants per classroom, each with their own imaging workstation and content delivered through lectures and hands-on case-based learning.
World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Prague, 3-8 June 2018
This triennially organized joint meeting of medical physicists, biomedical engineers and adjoining health care professionals is a unique opportunity to liaise with your professional colleagues from all over the world, learn and share your knowledge, and discuss the latest research outcomes and technological advancements as well as new ideas in both medical physics and biomedical engineering field. Besides the purely scientific and technological topics, the 2018 Congress will also focus on other aspects of our professional involvement in health care, such as the education and training, the accreditation and certification, the health technology assessment or the patient safety.
Mellanby Course: Diagnostic tests for osteoporosis 2018
Day 1: Clinical Use of Bone Turnover Markers
Day 2: Identification of Vertebral Fractures
Please note delegates are invited to do EITHER OR BOTH of the days.
Date: 13th and 14th June 2018
Venue: The Edge, Sheffield
This two-day course applies the scientific knowledge and research expertise developed within the Mellanby Centre and within the National Osteoporosis Society to offer high quality training for clinicians, allied health professionals and laboratory scientists working in the field of osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases. The focus of the training is on two key topics: Bone Turnover markers (BTM) and Vertebral Fracture Identification and participants are able to sign up for a single day or both days.
Scope: This is a half day training/update course (from 1:00pm) is for laser protection supervisors new to that role and also for those who are more experienced. It provides advanced training in the principles and practice of laser safety within a clinical environment. In particular it will focus on causes of laser accidents and their prevention.
Syllabus: The course has been approved by the BMLA. The syllabus has been developed with input from all available guidance. The content has been mapped to topics listed in appendix C of the MHRA document “Lasers, intense light source systems and LEDs – guidance for safe use in medical, surgical, dental and aesthetic practices”, September 2015. The format of the course and the venue has been selected to facilitate discussion and debate amongst the candidates. A certificate of attendance is provided.
Teaching staff: The course organiser is David Rawlings (accredited LPA) supported by an experienced team of laser safety professionals.
For more information or to book place contact:
Northern Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering, Level 2, NCCC, Freeman Hospital, Freeman Road, High Heaton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE7 7DN,
e-mail: RMPDPA.Management@nuth.nhs.uk T
el: (0191) 2138631
Skin & Body Conference
14th – 16th June 2018
Laser Europe 2018 “Skin & Body Conference”, will be held in Rotterdam, 14th – 16th June 2018. A follow up of our very successful Amsterdam conference in 2014 which was scored by participants with an overall 9 out of 10. We now aim for another dazzling conference with new insights but most of all a “building bridges” network and comfortable conference. This time we chose another inspiring metropole for our venue, famous for its huge architectural Erasmus bridge, the New York hotel, basis of the Holland-America shipping line, shopping area and off course the beautiful use of the harbour which connects different parts of the city by an exciting water taxi trip..The event is convened by the European Laser Association (ELA), organized by the Dutch Aesthetic Laser Association (DALA) in cooperation with the British Medical Laser Association (BMLA) and other European and national laser societies.
Laser Europe conferences have established an impressive track record of high quality presentations and workshops, combined with a stimulating scientific and social programme. This year there will be something for everyone in this field. Pre-conference Masterclasses will be given by internationally-acclaimed experts who will share their knowledge and experience on a wide range of topics, including skin resurfacing, rejuvenation, injectables, toxines, hair removal, vascular lesions, pigmented lesions, EBD techniques, controverse therapies and a lot of surgical procedures. By enrolling on the courses, you will have a unique opportunity to ask the questions that really matter to you!
The scientific programme is diverse and filling up rapidly. There are specific and extensive programmes for dermatologists, plastic surgeons, cosmetic doctors, skin therapists and beauty professionals. You will learn the latest ground-breaking research that is being conducted in all aspects of light, lasers and EBD used for skin and body diagnosis or treatment.
Networking, social opportunities, restaurants with outside terraces to enjoy some of the sun, but also ample space for sponsors and distributors are important on such occasions. Therefore, we have chosen the World Trade Centre in the heart of the city with multiple hotels on walking distance, shopping centers and a lot of cultural sightseeing is one step away from the congress centre. Rotterdam is an appealing and international upcoming city. For our social gathering to relax after a hard day’s work, the conference dinner will be at held on a private yacht cruising the waters of Rotterdam while serving a palate tingling dinner followed by dancing but also quiet areas to have a conversation with colleagues or other friends.
We look forward to welcoming you to Laser Europe 2018 – Skin & Body Conference!
The 3rd Christie Advanced Radiotherapy Summer School
Monday 18th – Thursday 21st June 2018
Education Centre, School of Oncology, The Christie, Manchester, M20 4BX
The themes for each day will be:
- Mon: Proton beam therapy
- Tue: SABR/SRS
- Wed: Novel & specialised radiotherapy
- Thu: Adaptive radiotherapy
The course is designed as an integrated programme but one day attendance options are available.
The target audience is: The school is deliberately aimed at a wide audience: radiographers, medical physicists and clinicians as well as those from a more academic environment who wish to learn more about this subject.
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
• Medical Imaging
• Computed Maxillofacial Imaging
• Image Processing and Visualization
• PACS and IHE
• Telemedicine and E-Health
• Computer Aided Diagnosis
• Computer Assisted Radiation Therapy
• Image and Model Guided Therapy
• Personalized Medicine
• Surgical Navigation
• Surgical Robotics and Instrumentation
• Surgical Simulation and Education
• Computer Assisted Orthopaedic and Spinal Surgery
• Computer Assisted Head and Neck, and ENT Surgery
• Image Guided Neurosurgery
• Minimally Invasive Cardiovascular and Thoracoabdominal Surgery
• Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Intervention
• Digital Operating Room
• Human-Machine Interface
• Pathology Informatics
• Integrated Patient Care
• Tumor Boards
• Innovative Clinical Investigations
Oswestry ORLAU Gait Course
27-29 June 2018
Conference Centre, The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt
Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Oswestry, Shropshire
This course will provide a unique insight into why we walk the way we do. It will provide a mixture of lectures, practical workshops and patient case studies in small groups to help the delegates understand and interpret both 2-D video vector analysis and 3-D gait analysis. A multi-disciplinary approach will give participants an awareness of how gait analysis can then guide our management of mobility problems to improve patient outcomes.
UKRCO 2nd - 4th July 2018 at the ACC, Liverpool
UKRCO is an annual event and consists of a three-day multidisciplinary scientific congress and technical exhibition which run simultaneously in one location. The event is aimed at all those involved in the field of radiological science and radiation oncology and attracts 2,000 attendees. UKRCO is organised on behalf of the Society and College of Radiographers, the British Institute of Radiology, and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine.
You can find out details about registration, including free day delegate passes, group booking discounts and NHS Flexi tickets via the UKRCO website.
XIV European Association of Thermology Congress
Thermology in Medicine: Clinical Thermometry and Thermal Imaging
4th – 7th July 2018
National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, London
The EAT and the National Physical Laboratory are delighted to invite you to participate in the XIV EATCongress in Teddington, London, United Kingdom from 4th to 7th July 2018. The European Association of Thermology exists to promote, support and disseminate research in thermometry and thermal imaging in the fields of human and veterinary medicine and biology. We do this through our peer-reviewed journal Thermology International, regional seminars around Europe, and our flagship Congress, which takes place every three years. Following on from the most recent meetings in Porto (2012) and Madrid (2015), the Congress heads back to northern Europe for 2018 to the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in the United Kingdom. The EAT Board looks forward to welcoming you to NPL’s world class conference facilities in the summer
NRM 2018, London - The XII International Symposium of Functional Neuroreceptor Mapping of the Living Brain
Date: Monday 9 – Thursday 12 July 2018
Venue: King’s College London, Franklin-Wilkins Building, Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NN
Our understanding of neuroreceptor function is largely based upon the study of isolated proteins in vitro. However, brain neuroreceptors and molecular recognition sites should not only be studied in isolation in a test-tube. They are part of a complex, dynamic and communicating environment that makes the living human brain “the most sophisticated machine imaginable, or unimaginable.” – Joseph LeDoux
Join us at this biennial meeting, dedicated to the study of neuroreceptors in the living human brain – ‘Mapping Neroreceptors at Work’. The scientific program of this meeting will be multidisciplinary and translational, with a focus on the latest research on the study of in vivo neurotransmission:
• In vivo receptor-receptor interactions and interneuronal communication
• In vivo normo/pathophysiology
• In vivo / in vitro discrepancies in molecular recognition
• Misfolded proteins in vivo
• In vivo human pharmacology
• Evaluation of new therapeutics in vivo
This symposium, organized by King’s College London and partners, will be held in Central London, UK. It marks the 20th anniversary of a meeting that was initially organized by Albert Gjedde at Aarhus in 1997.
Event: Posture & Mobility Group (PMG) Conference 2018
Dates: Monday 23rd – Wednesday 25th July 2018
Venue: Manchester Central
PMG's annual conference provides an educational programme, industry exhibition and networking events for professionals working in the field of posture and wheeled mobility.
This year, the programme includes a presentation from Reto Togni, the designer of the Reagiro manual wheelchair; Sara Dale from the Ace Centre will discuss integrating wheelchair controls for mobility, communication and computer access; and, Paul Dryer of King’s College Hospital’s Rehabilitation Engineering Division will chair a speed networking session about crash testing. We will also look into funding for wheelchairs, which will include a presentation by The Guardian’s Dr France Ryan about crowdfunding, as well as an update on NHS England’s Personal Wheelchair Budgets.
Prices start from £33 for access to the exhibition with lunch and refreshments, and we offer package options for those wanting to attend the whole event. We also offer a limited number of bursary places, predominantly aimed at first time attendees, newly qualified staff, those new to working in the field and final year students.
Eurpean Congress of Medical Physics
23-25 August 2018
The Scientific Sessions at ECMP 2018, will be opened by a key-note speaker who will introduce the contributions selected for oral presentation. Please find below an update of established scientific sessions. Follow us for the next updates.
Subspecialty - Radiotherapy
August 23, 2018
Systematic evaluation of lung tumor motion using four-dimensional computed tomography,
Anna Bäck - Sweden
August 23, 2018
Automated inverse planning strategies for biological optimization: state of the art and future perspective, Lidia Strigari - Italy
August 24, 2018
Modern radiotherapy of localized prostate cancer, Pawel Kukolowicz - Poland
Subspecialty – Diagnostic Radiology- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
August 23, 2018
Challenges in Quantitative MRI, Gunther Helms – Sweden
August 23, 2018
Geometrical distortions in MRI, Ioannis Seimenis – Greece
Subspecialty – Diagnostic Radiology - Interventional Radiology
August 24, 2018
Patient dosimetry in Interventional radiology: concepts and tools, Annalisa Trianni - Italy
Subspecialty – Nuclear Medicine
August 24, 2018
Future trends of PET/CT technology, Soren Holm – Denmark
Subspecialty – Radioprotection
August 24, 2018
Implementation and practical experience with the new EURATOM Directive occupational dose limit to the lens of the eye, Colin Martin – United Kingdom
August 25, 2018
Deep Learning in Computed Tomography, Marc Kachelriess – Germany
Submissions are invited for Radiology scientific and audit abstracts and Oncology scientific abstracts to present at RCR18 (The Royal College of Radiologists Annual Meeting). Consultants and trainees from any profession (providing the first or second named author is an RCR member/ Fellow) are invited to submit material, to present as either an ePoster or oral presentation.
Please see https://www.rcr.ac.uk/college/rcr18/abstract-competitions for details on each competition and to submit online.
The submission deadline is Thursday 12 April 2018 at 12 noon GMT.
For more information please contact the Professional Learning and Development Office firstname.lastname@example.org
OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, Canary Center at Stanford, and Cancer Research UK are pleased to present the Early Detection of Cancer Conference 2018. The annual Conference brings together experts in early detection from multiple disciplines to share ground breaking research and progress in the field.
The Conference is part of a long-term commitment to invest in early detection research, to understand the biology behind early stage cancers, find new detection and screening methods and enhance uptake and accuracy of screening.
In collaboration with the International Workshop in Lymphoma and Myeloma and supported by the French Radiological Society.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join us at the 18th Asia-Oceania Congress of Medical Physics (AOCMP) in conjunction with the 16th South-East Asia Congress of Medical Physics (SEACOMP), which will be held at Connexion Conference & Event Centre (CCEC), Nexus, Bangsar South City, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 11 to 14 November 2018.
AOCMP and SEACOMP are both important annual events in medical physics in the region. The objective of the congress is to gather the medical physics and allied health professionals in the region for the sharing of knowledge, expertise, scientific discussions, cultural exchange and medical technologies updates. This is the second time Malaysia is given the honour to host this event after year 2004. The congress is expected to attract more than 400 participants from the professions of medical physics, biomedical engineering, radiology, radiotherapy, nuclear medicine, radiation protection, biophysics, radiobiology and the related fields.
The theme for this conference is “A Sustainable Future for Medical Physics”. We have put forward a comprehensive scientific programme including orations, talks by eminent speakers, oral paper presentations, poster presentations, lunch symposiums, panel discussions and some pre-congress workshops that cover most of the disciplines in medical physics, i.e. diagnostic and interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, radiation protection, radiobiology and new emerging techniques. We also look forward to promote collaboration between the various disciplines and our regional partners.
e-IRMER - Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations
e-IRMER is an interactive online training resource supporting the training of NHS healthcare professionals in the Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations 2000 (amended 2006) (IR(ME)R).
Delivered in partnership with IPEM, e-IRMER provides easy access to learning materials, and through formative and summative assessments, allows the learner to both develop competence and demonstrate compliance with the regulatory requirements of the IR(ME)R
Access is only available using a valid NHS email address.
This course is aimed at:
The RCR Leadership for Improvement Programme (LFIP) 2017
A development programme for aspiring future leaders in clinical radiology, clinical oncology, pathology and medical physics. The 2017 LFIP programme will run from February - December 2017 and will be delivered in one and two day blocks at the RCR in London .
Full information about the programme can be found here.
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