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The ASMIRT offices will be closed on Friday 30th October
Posted 29th September 2016

LogoThe ASMIRT offices will be closed on Friday 30th October for the Victoria AFL grand final Public Holiday.

ASMIRT offices will open on Monday 3rd October as usual from 8.30am.

Vacant Positions - Technical Committees Standards Australia
Posted 26th September 2016

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Two positions are available for the following technical committees on Standards Australia http://www.standards.org.au/Pages/default.aspx

HE-003

Medical Electrical Equipment

HE-008

Diagnostic Ionizing Imaging Equipment

ASMIRT is seeking representation on these committees from practitioners who:

1. Have a technical background

2. Have a skill set in compliance.

or

3. Have a physics/electrical/radiation background.

Please contact info@air.asn.au to express your interest by Friday 30th September 2016.

Version 2 of the PGMI Digital Image Reference
Posted 21st September 2016

Version 2 of the PGMI Digital Image Reference Set have been uploaded onto the ASMIRT website http://www.air.asn.au/onlineedu.php  which replaces the previous version.

MIAP2 are currently undertaking a review of this documentation, with a view to have version 3 uploaded in the near future.

Call for Nominations - All State Branches
Posted 21st September 2016

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Nominations are hereby called for State Branch Committee and Board positions.

Closing date for nominations is 21 October 2016.

View more information and download the nomination form here.

International Conference on Advances in Radiation Oncology (ICAR02)
Posted 6th September 2016
  Advances in Radiation Oncology   

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will hold the International Conference on Advances in Radiation Oncology (ICAR02) in Vienna, Austria 20-23 June 2017.

The conference is aimed at defining the current role and future potential of technological, medical physics and molecular/biological innovations for their incorporation into routine clinical practice in radiation oncology. It will also provide a forum where advances in technology, best practices and quality assurance methodologies can be disseminated and scientific knowledge exchanged. It will also critically examine the pivotal role of emerging radiotherapy techniques in tackling the health challenges common to many Member States.

The conference programme will include plenary and parallel sessions, poster sessions, round table discussions, lunch fora and teaching lectures.

For more information click here.

To view conference flyer click here.