Find out how SGRT can be implemented, and how this non-contact motion management technique can improve patient safety and comfort, alongside treatment accuracy and throughput.
This course has been developed specifically for medical physicists, covering key patient groups as well as important processes such as commissioning and validation.
The videos below are full-length versions of shorter, bitesize videos which make up our course of 10 videos for Medical Physicists. You can view the bitesize versions here.
Session 1 – Full version – SGRT Across The Clinic
Michael, J Tallhamer M.Sc DABR, Chief of Radiation Physics, Centura Health
Session 2 – Full version – How to succeed in implementing a SGRT system
M.Dierl, Head of Medical Physics, Klinikum Bayreuth, Germany
Session 3 – Full version – A Practical Guide for Commissioning AlignRT® for Clinical Use
Jonathan Rogers, MS, DABR, Chief Medical Physicist, Rock Hill and Lancaster Radiation Therapy Clinics
Session 4 – Full version – Implementing SGRT for Left Breast DIBH from Start to Finish
Phil Silgen, MS, DABR, Chief Medical Physicist, HealthEast Cancer Center
Session 5 – Full version – Comparison of head immobilization with a metal frame and two different models of face masks
Paul A. Jursinic, Ph.D., West Michigan Cancer Center
Session 6 – Full version – Advanced Camera Optimization
Kristen A. McConnell, Ph.D. & Grace Kim, Ph.D.
Session 7 – Full version – SGRT & radiosurgery with HyperArc™, Experiences of Klinikum Darmstadt
Christopher Rausch Dipl.-Phys, Clinical Application Speclialist, VisionRT Ltd.
Session 8 – Full version – Use of SGRT in SBRT: can we possibly reduce margin expansion and treatment related toxicity?
Josh H. Heinzerling, MD, Department of Radiation Oncology, Levine Cancer Institute/Southeast Radiation Oncology Group
Session 9 – Full version – Limiting Tattoos and Marks: Implementation, Advantages, and Potential Hurdles
David Cameron, MS DABR, Head of Physics, Hannleb Medical Physics, Chief Physicist, ROCC
Session 10 – Full version – AlignRT® with Halcyon from patient setup to monitoring
Daniel NGUYEN, Medical physicist, ORLAM Mâcon