Forthcoming Conferences

Below is a list of forthcoming Conferences organised by IPEM. You can find more information and a link to online booking underneath each short description. New events will be added as details are confirmed.

Download a copy of our 2018 yearplanner here
Download our terms & conditions of booking here

For any queries, email the Conference Team or tel: 01904 550598. 




May 2018





Clinical Technologists Training Scheme: Induction Day for New Trainees - May 2018

Date: 10 May 2018

Location: Fairmount House, York

IPEM is offering a free one day training opportunity to newly enrolled trainees on the IPEM Clinical Technologist training scheme.

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RWA Update 2018

Date: 22 May 2018

Location: Manchester Metropolitan University

The Radioactive Waste Adviser (RWA) Update is aimed at those involved in the handling, storage and disposal of radioactive material. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 9th MAY

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RPA Update 2018

Date: 23 May 2018

Location: Manchester Metropolitan University

The RPA update meeting is IPEM's main meeting of the year for those working in Radiation Protection in the Healthcare sector. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 9th MAY 2018

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The Peter Wells Memorial Lecture

Date: 23 May 2018

Location: IET London: Savoy Place

The inaugural Peter Wells Memorial Lecture will be given by Professor Alison Noble of the University of Oxford

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June 2018





IPEM South West Regional Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

Date: 15 Jun 2018

Location: Bath Racecourse

This meeting provides an excellent opportunity to meet your regional chair in person, network with colleagues from your region, and hear some useful and interesting talks. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 1st JUNE

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The 8th International Meeting on Cerebral Haemodynamic Regulation (CARNet)

Date: 18 Jun 2018

Location: Oxford

This conference will cover the broad range of regulatory physiological mechanisms that maintain brain bloodflow at appropriate levels in health and disease, and will include physiology, clinical applications and the engineering, physics and mathematical modelling that underpins mechanisms and measurements.

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An Introduction to PET Physics 2018

Date: 28 Jun 2018

Location: University of Manchester - Barnes Wallis Building

An introduction to PET Physics, including the physical principles underpinning PET, quality control of PET scanners, common imaging procedures and radiation protection. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 14th JUNE 2018

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July 2018





Ethics and Research Using Ionising Radiation

Date: 11 Jul 2018

Location: York

This educational workshop aims to provide delegates with the most up to date advice and guidance from HRA, ARSAC and other relevant bodies in order to facilitate IRMER compliance. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 27th JUNE 2018

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Medical Engineering Early Career Educational Day

Date: 19 Jul 2018

Location: Birmingham

IPEM, in collaboration with IHEEM and NPAG feel it is important to provide training and education opportunities for new medical device maintenance staff, and this event aims to bridge the gap between the technical work undertaken and the clinical setting.

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Ultrasound QA 2018

Date: 31 Jul 2018

Location: TBC

This meeting provides an update for physicists, scientists and technologists working with Ultrasound equipment and involved in ultrasound QA and is an excellent opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences and ideas and is an excellent networking opportunity. CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE: 14th MAY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 17th JULY

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October 2018





Quantitative SPECT

Date: 03 Oct 2018

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

The aim of this meeting is to explore the usefulness and robustness of existing and new techniques, while investigating the potential growth areas for further improvements in the field. CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE: 11th JULY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 19th SEPTEMBER 2018

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Dosimetry in Diagnostic Radiology

Date: 04 Oct 2018

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

This meeting aims to provide information on the variety of dosimetry methods than can be used across a range of situations and to provide clarity about compliance with regulatory and accreditation bodies. CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE: 12th JULY 2018; REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 20th SEPTEMBER 2018

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Optical Radiation Update 2018

Date: 18 Oct 2018

Location: TBC

The biennial IPEM Optical Radiation Update Meeting is, historically, an essential event for all those involved with optical radiation in healthcare – and this year it's even better... CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE: 19th JULY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 4th OCTOBER

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CT Hybrid Imaging Workshop

Date: 23 Oct 2018

Location: TBC

The CT Hybrid Imaging meeting is aimed at clinical technologists and radiographers who routinely work with hybrid systems. It is aimed to provide knowledge and core skills necessary to perform SPECT/CT and PET/CT examinations independently on a daily basis.

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November 2018





Commissioning a Modern Radiotherapy Centre

Date: 08 Nov 2018

Location: Leeds

The event is designed to inform attendees of the ideas and strategies surrounding commissioning a new radiotherapy centre, including machine commissioning, department design and bunker design and building. CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE: 9th AUGUST REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 25th OCTOBER

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Quantitative MRI: Clinical Applications and Quality Assurance

Date: 30 Nov 2018

Location: Belfast

In this scientific meeting we will investigate the background behind quantitative methods and learn about their common clinical application. The meeting will consider what quality assurance program should be in place to correctly monitor these techniques ensuring their safe use.

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