The 25th ACPSEM Queensland branch symposium will be held on the 28th August, 2015, at the Russell Strong Auditorium, Princess Alexandra Hospital. The Winter School, introduced last year, will also be returning. The theme for the day is “Future Innovations and Healthcare Technology.”
The winter school will begin at 9AM at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Workshops will be run for both DIMPs and ROMPs on the introduction of new technologies in the clinic. A DIMP flyer and ROMP flyer are available.
The winter school is free for members of the ACPSEM. DIMPs interested in attending should email Tim Ireland. ROMPs interested in attending should email Katrina Biggerstaff. RSVP before the 14th of August.
This year marks the 25th ACPSEM Queensland branch symposium. We have invited 2 keynote speakers from New South Wales –
- Prof. Dale Bailey, from the School of Medical Radiation Sciences at the University of Sydney and principal medical physicist at the Royal North Shore Hospital.
- Dr. Jonathan Sykes, head of radiation oncology medical physics at the Blacktown Cancer Care Centre and chief research physicist for the Sydney West Radiation Oncology Network.
More information, including a timetable, can be found on the flyer.
The call for presentations is open until the 14th of August. Those interested should send a brief description of their topic to Katrina Biggerstaff. Speakers will be allocated 5 minutes to deliver their presentation and 2 minutes for questions. There will be prizes!
Those who only wish to attend can RSVP to, you guessed it, Katrina Biggerstaff, by 14th of August.