Dose Gradient Index for Stereotactic Radiosurgery/Radiotherapy
The dose gradient index (DGI) was developed as a quantitative metric for characterizing radiation dose fall-off with respect to distance away from the outer surface of a target volume [1].
Category
  • Central Nervous System
  • Physics
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Joint RUSSCO-ASTRO-SPRO Session on Palliative Radiation Therapy in Incurable Patients: Keeping symptoms down and hope high-AM2019
Forty percent of radiation therapy in the United States is given with palliative intent. At the same time, palliative RT receives disproportionately low attention at national meetings, is not well studied on clinical protocols. Palliative RT remains more of an art than clinical science.
Category
  • Palliative Care
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Radiation dose escalation or longer androgen suppression to prevent distant progression in men with locally advanced prostate cancer?
This journal activity provides practitioners with prospective data supporting the use of longer term ADT in men with high-risk prostate cancer even if they are receiving high dose EBRT of HDR brachytherapy.
Category
  • Genitourinary Cancer
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Quantification of Esophageal Tumor Motion and Investigation of Different Image-Guided Correction Strategies
This journal activity provides practitioners with the knowledge about motion when treating esophageal cancer with radiotherapy.
Category
  • Gastrointestinal Cancer
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Predicting Survival for Patients with Metastatic Disease
IJROBP Journal SA-CME activity for January 1, 2020 (Volume 106, Issue 1) allows practitioners to integrate new biology into their thinking about the management of localized breast cancer. 
Category
  • Breast Cancer
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Derivation of dose/volume constraints for the anorectum from clinician and patient-reported outcomes in the CHHiP trial of radiotherapy fractionation
IJROBP Journal SA-CME activity for April 1, 2020 (Volume 106, Issue 5) reviews the optimum dose constraints for the rectum in prostate cancer patients being treated with hypofractionation. 
Category
  • Genitourinary Cancer
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • SA-CME
Central Nervous System - Best of ASTRO 2019
There has been a recent flurry of practice-changing options for managing brain and spine metastases as a result of refinements in pathological classification of tumors, better systemic management options, improved imaging permitting precise localization of pathology and avoidance structures withi
Category
  • Central Nervous System
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • SA-CME
Gynecological Oncology in the Era of Precision Medicine - AM2019
This panel session brings together four experts who can present recent advances in gynecological oncology research and how it can guide our current practice.
Category
  • Gynecologic Cancer
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • SA-CME
Clinical Safety, Toxicity, and Efficacy of Immunotherapies in Combination with Radiation Therapy-AM2018
This educational session provides a comprehensive review of the safety, toxicity, and efficacy of currently available commercial immunotherapies combined with radiation therapy.
Category
  • Patient Safety
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • SA-CME
Translating Needs Into Action: Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Care for the Radiation Oncologist-AM2018
Adolescents and young adults are a growing population of patients with cancer who face unique developmental and logistical challenges in receiving oncologic care.
Category
  • Pediatric Cancer
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • SA-CME

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