Multidisciplinary meeting focussing on prostate cancer.
Annual Meeting: 18-20th August 2023 - Cairns, Australia
We are proud to present the 23rd Asia-Paciﬁc Prostate Cancer Conference to be held on the 18 - 20 August, 2023 in Cairns. Over many years the conference has grown to now be one of the largest comprehensive prostate cancer meetings in the world.
We are in the process of creating a dynamic and invigorated scientific program with both local and world leaders who will bring their knowledge and experience to discuss all facets of prostate cancer management, treatment and scientific advancement. The program will include streams in Clinical Urology, Translational Science, Multidisciplinary Prostate Cancer Management and Allied health, ensuring the most contemporary information and research-validated findings are presented. There will also be many end-user-oriented masterclasses and satellite symposia in association with our key opinion leaders. We encourage new research from home and abroad to be shared.
Prostate cancer continues to be a topic of great debate within the community, both in medical circles and for the many men diagnosed. We are witnessing treatment advances and new research findings at a rate never before seen, and 2023 will be a pivotal year in uncovering improved care protocols and, in particular, a greater understanding of advanced prostate cancer management. The need for increased education and sharing of knowledge has never been greater. The program plans to deliver the latest developments in early detection and treatments, including breakthrough treatments in PSMA Imaging and Theranostics, the emergence of AI in robotic surgery and the ongoing challenges we all face around survivorship.
After an extended break between conferences, we are very excited to reunite with old friends and colleagues, and form new connections and collaborations. Since we were last in Cairns in 2015, the Cairns Convention Centre has undergone a $176 million expansion and refurbishment, and we are delighted to be hosting the conference in this beautiful part of Australia.
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RSNA® is an international society of radiologists, medical physicists and other medical professionals with more than 54,000 members from 136 countries across the globe.
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Annual Meeting: 27th November - 1st December, McCormick Place, Chicago
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PET/CT Imaging Course - Find out more here!
When: Monday 5th - Wednesday 7th July 2022
Where: Sydney, Australia
This unique CPD event will focus on Oncological PET/CT Imaging whilst also touching upon the role of PET/CT in Therapy, PET/CT in Neuroendocrine Imaging, Neurological imaging (dementia), Cardiac imaging, and Infection/Inflammation Imaging.
The format consists of two days of knowledge-share, and PET scan cases, relating to Oncological imaging, led by Dr Randeep Kulshrestha (Clinical Director Radiology & Trust Lead for Nuclear Medicine at University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust). This is then followed by an exciting final day, with renowned National and International speakers who'll share the latest research and future developments. Former speakers have included Professor Michael Hofman, Associate Professor Patrick Veit-Haibach and Professor Sobhan Vinjamuri.
PET/CT Technologists are welcome for the full event or can join us for Day 1 (with a dedicated ticket available).
See the example schedule here - final programme will be available in the early spring along with venue confimation.
The Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy is the peak body representing medical radiation practitioners in Australia.
Our mission is “To empower medical radiation practitioners for the health of all Australians”.
Members of the Society improve healthcare by:
- advocating for patients- influencing local, national and international policy and practice- advancing professional standards and pathways and- leading and engaging in research and learning.
Our aims are to promote, encourage, cultivate and maintain the highest principles of practice and proficiency of medical radiation science, always mindful that the welfare of the patient should be at the centre of everything we do
Annual Meeting: 19th-22nd May, 2022, Cairns
Earlybird registrations close 31st March 2022
***Virtual attendence information to be released at a later date***
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