Organised by IPEM's Radiotherapy Special Interest Group MR imaging has been available and used in the radiotherapy pathway for many years but routine use has not been widespread. With the introduction of hybrid MR-therapy equipment and MR-only planning now possible MR in the radiotherapy pathway is on the verge of widespread use. MR in radiotherapy is becoming one of the most exciting developmental areas in our field and this meeting will bring together experts, researchers and experienced users help move this exciting area on to increase application in the clinical pathway. Abstracts are invited from those with clinical or research experience in related topics but particularly MR-only planning, treatment planning for hybrid machine therapy, dosimetry on hybrid machines, planning and installation of MR equipment for the radiotherapy pathwayEducational aims Learn about current developments and future directions of MR in the radiotherapy pathway.Learn about current options for routine clinical use of MR in the radiotherapy pathwayLearning OutcomesEnable evaluation of the possibilities for MR in delegates own centres.Enable decisions of possibilities for research and development in delegates own centres. Target Audience Radiotherapy TechnologistsRadiotherapy Physicists Radiotherapy Radiographers Conference Resources The provisional programme and abstracts are available here.The Poster list is available here. Registration On-line registration is now closed. To book your place, click the 'Book Now' button below and then either log in (members and registered users) or register (new users only). Registration fees (including refreshments and lunch):IPEM member £165 IPEM member trainee £140 IPEM member technologist £125 IPEM member student/retired/non-salaried £95Non-member £215 Registration is now closed Venue DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre34 Bread Street Edinburgh EH3 9AFMore information available here. Contact/QueriesIf you have any queries, please email the IPEM conference team or tel: 01904 550598.
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