2017 RSS Annual Scientific Meeting

Las Vegas, Nevada
Thursday, November 02, 2017
2017 RSS Annual Scientific Meeting
Thursday, November 02, 2017 - Saturday, November 04, 2017

Rio Hotel
(866) 746-7671
3700 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
United States


The Radiosurgery Society® Scientific Meeting Planning Committee is pleased to invite you to the 2017 RSS Annual Scientific Meeting. Our theme for 2017 is Bridging the Gap: Improving Patient Care through Science & Innovation.

Our stereotactic radiosurgery/stereotactic body radiation therapy (SRS/SBRT) Scientific Meeting is a unique opportunity for radiation oncologists, neurosurgeons, surgeons, oncologists, medical physicists, industry leaders and all SRS/SBRT healthcare providers to come together in a professional environment to exchange knowledge, break down barriers and work together to advance the field of SRS/SBRT.

The RSS is one of the only conferences that provides you an "all-inclusive" experience that allows you to expand your learning and collaborating opportunities over daily lunch buffets and evening hosted events.

This year’s meeting, spanning three full days, will cover clinical and technical aspects of SRS/SBRT intracranial and extracranial applications. Join your colleagues and industry leaders as we exchange information and ideas during lectures, panel discussions, poster presentations, workshops, the Performance & Quality Improvement Session, the SRS/SBRT Dosimetry Plan Study Challenge, and the highly anticipated Showdown Debates - "The Clash of the Titans".

STATEMENT OF NEED
Advances in the applications, technologies and methodologies of Radiosurgery continue to evolve rapidly, creating a need for continual learning. This meeting is designed to disseminate new scientific findings and technical innovations and expand basic knowledge relevant to clinical practice and to the improvement of patient outcomes.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES

The educational elements of this program are targeted at surgeons, oncologist of all disciplines, physicists, nurses, therapists and other professionals involved in Radiosurgery. Attendees will receive state-of-the-art practice information relating to radiation and surgical oncology. Embracing the multidisciplinary approach to cancer care is essential to quality care. Research presented from medical and allied professionals will enhance the interdisciplinary nature of the program. The program will include presentations on standard, investigational and experimental therapeutics, treatment planning, alternative fractionation, emerging technologies, and physics. These topics are presented in a combination of panel discussions, proffered papers and posters. Educational sessions provide attendees with an essential review of timely topics, Panel discussions emphasize current controversies. Proffered papers and poster presentations represent new research findings. This combination provides complementary coverage of a broad range of topics relevant to radiation oncology and members of the multidisciplinary cancer care team.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This educational meeting is designed to meet the interest of surgeons, radiation oncologists, physicians working in related specialties, residents, radiation physicists, dosimetrists, radiation therapists, radiation oncology nurses, radiation oncology administrators and all other health professionals involved in the field of oncology.
 

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