Brachytherapy – an update on current UK practice

18th September 2020  13:30 - 16:45 (GMT+01:00) Europe/London

This event is going virtual!

Virtual event- Friday 18 September 13:30-16:45 BST

This exciting half-day virtual event will provide updates for best practice for gynaecological and prostate brachytherapy from leading clinicians in the field. Radiotherapy experts will explain the best way to plan these treatments. Furthermore, an overview of emerging techniques / treatment accuracy / safety will be presented.

Who should attend?: Oncologists / therapy radiographers / radiotherapy physicist of all grades from trainees to consultants.

Educational aims:

  • To be aware of current best practice for gynaecological brachytherapy
  • To be aware of the current most likely causes of errors and incidents in brachytherapy in the UK
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Registration fees:

Registration fees*:
BIR members FREE
Non members £80

*VAT added at checkout

A special thank you for the support on this virtual event

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We would like to present the abstract submissions for this years’ event. Please take time to view these ePosters and YouTube presentations from the submitters.

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