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.
The large number of BioMedEng science and technology themes on our website is reflective of the breadth and depth of our discipline and of the scope of attendees that we can expect: this twelfth meeting in the series follows on from last year’s successful conference at which we had over 500 delegates from 67 separate universities and 32 companies and other organisations.
This congress truly has become the annual jamboree for all of those who consider themselves Bioengineers, Biomedical Engineers and Medical Engineers and so I invite you to join us in presenting your work and participating in what is sure to be another stimulating and enjoyable meeting. See you in London in September.
The IHEEM 2019 Regional Conference & Exhibition
5th September 2019
The IHEEM 2019 Regional Conference and Exhibition will be a one-day event held in Cardiff on 5th September 2019 and is being organised by IHEEM and the IHEEM Welsh Branch. IHEEM would officially like to invite you to attend as this year’s conference is bigger and better than last year, with 15 exhibitors and 12 speakers, focusing on Climate Change and what impact this is having on the Healthcare Estates Industry and its support and operational services.
The 10 sessions will cover a range of topics including; ‘Is it Medical Gas or Hot Air?’, ‘Infection Prevention’, ‘Weather Extremes on Water Supplies’, ‘CO2 Levels – Healthcare Environment’, UN Sustainable Design Goals’ and ‘Adapting Healthcare Building for Climate Change’. The full programme and speakers can be accessed online at www.iheem.org.uk/IHEEM-Regional-Conference.
Due to the Climate change being a hot topic at the moment, the Conference and Exhibition will have a universal appeal to attract attendees from across the UK Healthcare Estates sector including The Welsh Government, Public Health Wales, Local Health Boards, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, NHS Trusts, Private Hospitals, and companies, so we hope to see you there.
BNMS Autumn Meeting 2019
9th September at the Albert Hall, Nottingham
The meeting will be made up of two parallel sessions for clinicians and scientists in nuclear medicine.
Subjects include: Gastrointestinal investigations, Molecular Radionuclide Therapy, PET, New Technologies, Bone Densitometry and Sentinal Lymph Node Services, Administration of Nuclear Medicine Services. You can see the draft programme here.
The organising committee, led by Ashok Venkitaraman, Sharon Pitteri and Bree Mitchell, has put together an exciting and progressive agenda covering integrative early detection through multiple tehnologies; understanding susceptibility for early detection; looking for signals in the immune system and microenvironment; and making prognoses from early detection signals.
To support this, we have confirmed a stellar line-up of contributors including Denise Aberle, Jim Ford, Ruth Etzioni, Tony Ng, Antonis Antoniou, Tanya Stoyanova and George Hanna.
Registration and poster abstract submission is now open – places are limited so secure yours now
IRMER update 2019: Optimisation in clinical imaging
27th September 2019 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (GMT+01:00) Europe/London
Building on the success of previous BIR IRMER updates, this event aims to provide an invaluable multi-disciplinary forum in which to hear about current practice and the direction of flow of IRMER. You will hear about the new working parties established to provide guidance on specific aspects of the new regulations – if you don’t know what they are – come along and find out!
It provides the opportunity, to consider the wide-sweep of IRMER from radiation safety culture to communicating with patients; and along the way hear about what happens when all the CQC inspectors converge on a single site.
Come to this event to network with your colleagues in radiology, physics, and the various government bodies.
To provide information on the changing shape of IRMER and how it is to be applied in practice; including an opportunity to discuss the wider sphere of influence and involvement of IRMER
Thursday 3rd of October 2019:
The theme of this years NORTHERN EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR ACCELERATOR ENGINEERS conference is Old and New Radiotherapy Technologies & Training
RCR Lymphoma study day
1 October 2019
The Royal College of Radiologists, London
Led by Professor George Mikhaeel, this study day will provide an update on the latest evidence for radiotherapy indications and choice of optimal techniques with emphasis on the practical application of evidence, clinical examples and case discussions. The afternoon session includes a radiotherapy outlining workshop.
BAMRR Annual Conference - Bournemouth on Saturday 5th October 2019.
Every October BAMRR holds an Annual Conference in locations all over the country to encourage learning, CPD and networking with other MRI Radiographers, MRI Physicists, Radiologists and MRI providers. Please find More information here.
This meeting offers a full update on radiation protection suitable for Radiology Services Managers, Radiation Protection Supervisors, Medical Physicists and all other radiation professionals working within the healthcare sector. Including speakers from Welsh Government, Healthcare Inspectorate Wales and the Health and Safety Executive. Invited speakers covering a range of topics such as the new Medical and Dental Guidance Notes, training of non-medical referrers, All Wales IR(ME)R procedures and experiences of an HSE inspection.
MRI: Beyond the basics
11th October 2019 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (GMT+01:00) Europe/London
This one-day event goes beyond the basics of MRI physics by closely mixing the explanation of advanced MRI concepts with real clinical examples. The speakers will discuss the clinical indications, principles, challenges and opportunities of the latest cutting-edge techniques provide. This event will cover imaging techniques including, but not limited to body, neuro and musculoskeletal.
This event is suitable for experienced MR radiologists, radiographers and physicists who already have a good understanding of the basic principles and clinical applications of MRI and who wish to understand the principles and practice of cutting-edge techniques in body, neuro and musculoskeletal MRI.
To provide an understanding of the principles and practice of advanced MRI applications in body, neuro and musculoskeletal
To recognise the limitations of these advanced methods
To provide an update on MR safety
RCR19 – oncology programme
14-16 October 2019
The ACC, Liverpool
• Living in interesting times: paradigm shifts in lung cancer management?
• Advances in management of oligometastatic and primary liver cancer
• Precision radiotherapy for biliary and pancreatic cancers
• Two radiotherapy planning outlining workshops
• 20% reduction in fees for trainees
• Dedicated trainee stream, focusing on imaging for radiotherapy planning workshop for oncologists
RCR19 – radiology programme
14-16 October 2019
The ACC, Liverpool
• 5 concurrent streams of lectures and workshops over 3 days
• A wide range of topics from expert speakers
• Topics include: Pitfalls in acute imaging, Lung cancer and TNM 8, MSK tumours
• 20% reduction in fees for trainees
• Dedicated trainee stream, focussing on cardiothoracic, vascular and intervention, sinonasal anatomy and pathology and the consultant interview
Cancer Research UK–AACR Joint Conference on
Engineering and Physical Sciences in Oncology in London
(15–17 October 2019)
Keen to explore how emerging technologies and novel approaches can unlock new thinking in your field? Open to building interdisciplinary collaborations that offer up fresh perspectives on the biggest challenges in cancer research?
Join us at the Cancer Research UK–AACR Joint Conference on Engineering and Physical Sciences in Oncology in London this autumn (15–17 October 2019) where we’ll spark alliances between cancer researchers and leading scientists from engineering and physical sciences backgrounds.
Our multidisciplinary programme will explore new ways to transform our understanding of biology and to better prevent, detect and treat cancer, enabling expert speakers to address some of the toughest challenges in cancer research from a variety of perspectives. You’ll have ample opportunity to interact with leaders in their field, while the sessions will equip you with valuable insights into building effective alliances across disciplines.
Early bird offer ends 12 April 2019. Register now.
This course is an opportunity to learn how to use orthoses to manage contractures from the leading centre in the country. Our experienced multi-disciplinary team will describe the anatomy and physiology of contractures, identifying & measuring factors in their development, and how to apply orthotics as a means of treatment. The evidence underlying treatment and the results of management will be presented. Hands-on sessions will give examples of devices from a wide range of manufacturers, and there will be demonstrations of measurement, manufacture and supply.
Target Audience: Orthotists, Physiotherapists, Clinical Scientists or Engineers, Occupational Therapists, Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Doctors.
Delegate fee: £95, including lunch and refreshments.
SoR member, SoR student member, and non-member rates are available. Visit the event webpage for more information and to book.
The earlybird deadline is 5 September
The BIR Annual Congress continues to get BIGGER and BETTER! Now at etc.venues County Hall with three exciting streams that offer a comprehensive programme on the latest innovations in imaging and treatment to medical imaging professionals and their senior management teams.
Taking place over two days, the event provides excellent opportunities to meet delegates and network in an open and relaxed environment (including an opportunity to attend Congress dinner and networking drinks).
This year's streams include:
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest and passion for radiology, radiation oncology and the underlying sciences, including radiologists, physicists, radiographers, oncologists, physicians, radiation protection advisers and supervisors.
Learning objectives for this course:
This course provides practical and theoretical education for the support of a modern radiotherapy physics service within radiotherapy. It is aimed primarily at recently qualified radiotherapy physicists, but should also be invaluable to post-graduate students, researchers, clinical oncologists, engineers, radiographers, manufacturers’ representatives and in fact, anyone needing to deepen or update their understanding of this rapidly evolving field.
The faculty is composed of physicists, clinicians and radiographers, many of whom are internationally renowned for their expertise. Saturday workshops and demonstrations make full use of the facilities of the Radiotherapy and Physics Departments of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. The course content is reviewed annually to reflect changes in practice and technology.
BIR- Lung cancer imaging
Date: 15 November 2019
Venue: TBC, London
This one-day event will cover the evidence for screening, process of screening, pearls and pitfalls in detection, AI impact, management of nodules, management of incidental findings. It will also discuss who should be doing it i.e. chest or any radiologist. As quality assurance and credentialing is important, standards needed to be set will also be covered.
This event would be of interest to radiologists (consultant and trainee) as well as radiographers.
To discuss the current multidisciplinary knowledge base regarding lung cancer diagnosis, including procedural techniques, management of complications and malignant pleural effusions, minimally invasive procedures, and optimal oncologic/radiotherapy options for patients with early and late-stage lung cancer
To capture new ideas on how to optimise the multidisciplinary conference approach to outstanding lung cancer care
RCR Skin meeting
9 December 2019
The Royal College of Radiologists, London
Led by Dr Amarnath Challapalli, this event is aimed at Consultants and trainees in oncology, dermatology and plastic surgery, this meeting will bring together national experts to provide delegates with an update on the evolving and current treatment strategies in the management of malignant melanoma and non-melanomatous skin cancers (NMSC).
RCR The future of bladder cancer
12 December 2019
The Christie Education Centre, Manchester
Led by Professor Annaya Choudhury, this packed and diverse programme offers a fantastic opportunity to learn about the advances in imaging, treatment and rare variants of bladder cancer.
There will be the opportunity to take part in a contouring session before finishing off the day with a debate on the proposal: this house believes radiotherapy can cure non-muscle invasive bladder cancer.
This three day course is designed to help clinicians, physicists and radiographers develop and maintain for the clinical implementation of image guided radiotherapy.
The course has been awarded 19 RCR Category I CPD credits under The Royal College of Radiologists CPD scheme. In 2017 it received 20 CPD credit-points from (EFOMP) The European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics. The curriculum covers many practical aspects and includes hands-on practical sessions, image matching, QA and dosimetry.
BNMS 48th Annual Spring Meeting 2020
ACC Liverpool 18th – 21st May
More information here.
Update on PSMA, SPECT/CT Quantification, Cardiac, Thyroid, Prostate Theragnostics, ABC Imaging – Recent Advances, Brain, Artificial Intelligence, Radiomics, Dementia & Urology, Accreditation & RTN Advance Practice
Invited speakers confirmed:
Prof Anca. M Avram, Director of the Nuclear Medicine Therapy Clinic, University of Michigan, USA
Prof Mike Sathekge, Pretoria, South Africa
Prof Diwaker Jain, New York Medical College, Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, USA
Highlights: Bootcamp, Proffered papers, Commercial Exhibition, Poster Presentations, Prizes and Awards, Social Events, President’s Reception, Awards Dinner & BNMS legendary after-party.
2020 International Symposium of Innovations & Applications of Monitoring Oxygenation & Ventilation (IAMPOV)
June 11 – 14 2020
London, England at the City, University of London
City, University of London, the FDA’s Center for Devices & Radiological Health (CDRH), and the Society for Technology in Anesthesia are pleased to announce the 2020 International Symposium of Innovations & Applications of Monitoring Oxygenation & Ventilation (IAMPOV).
The goal of this unique meeting is to explore new developments and innovations in perfusion, oxygenation and ventilation monitoring technologies and clinical applications. The international roster of speakers is an assembly of world renowned scientists and clinicians in the fields of engineering, physics, and medicine. Articles and abstracts generated from this symposium will be published in an upcoming supplement of the journal Anesthesia & Analgesia.
IAMPOV 2020 follows the previously held symposiums; 2015 at St Luke’s International University, Japan, 2012 at Yale University, 2007 at Duke University, and 2002 in Lübeck, Germany. These meetings have traditionally attracted more than 150 participants. We anticipate the upcoming symposium will have an attendance of 200 medical professionals, engineers and device developers.
The 2020 planning committee has sought internationally known speakers to present topics relevant to the monitoring of oxygenation and ventilation. The format of the program will include plenary lectures, scientific poster presentations and opportunity for vendor participation through scientific exhibits. The ultimate goal is to establish an environment leading to greater collaboration between academics, clinicians and industry.
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:
Radiation Protection Courses
The East Anglian Regional Radiation Protection Service (EARRPS) advises the Trust on the safe use of all forms of radiation such as X-rays, lasers and ultraviolet. EARRPS was established in 1983 and is an ISO 9001 accredited service.
They also run various courses on radiation safety for different staff groups and a list of these, along with the registration form, can be found on their website or download the programme here
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