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QA & Dosimetry Topics, Clinical Experiences, and New Technologies

Join us for our live product webinars presented by clinical users and product experts. All webinars are expected to last approximately 30 minutes followed by a live Q&A session.

The following QA & Dosimetry webinars are open to practicing clinicians only. If not a practicing clinician, seek permission from Sun Nuclear prior to registering. Radon detection webinars offered are open to home inspectors and building inspectors.

Webinars - Live and On-Demand

BEST of 2018 QADS - Implementation of an MR-Guided Online Adaptive Radiotherapy (ART) Program

Thursday, September 13, 2018 // 12 PM U.S. ET

Kathryn Mittauer, Ph.D., DABR, is a Medical Physicist specializing in implementation and coverage of MR-guided radiotherapy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she led the development, commissioning and implementation of the online adaptive radiotherapy program with the ViewRay MRIdian system. Join this live presentation to learn about the clinical indications and potential sources of error for an MR-guided online adaptive program.


​Kathryn Mittauer, Ph.D., DABR

Medical Physicist
University of Wisconsin-Madison

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NEW! Evaluation of a New Diode Array Dedicated to SRS/SBRT Commissioning and QA

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 // 12 PM U.S. ET

Commissioning and routine QA of small fields can be complex and new tools should be reviewed carefully. Join Remy Villeneuve, Ph.D., for a presentation on his experience in evaluating the new SRS MapCHECK™ for small field dosimetry.


Remy Villeneuve, Ph.D.

Princess Grace Hospital - Medical Physics Department

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BEST of 2018 QADS - A Clinically Relevant IMRT QA Workflow: Design, Validation and Implications

Thursday, October 11, 2018 // 12 PM U.S. ET

Different institutions have different methodologies, equipment and criteria for IMRT QA. There is a lot of evidence showing IMRT QA catches large errors, but less evidence for detection of clinically relevant errors. Join Cassandra Stambaugh, Ph.D., Medical Physicist at Tufts Medical Center, as she shares findings on how to determine clinically relevant pass/question/fail criteria for gamma analysis of IMRT QA plans, and how to identify which plans should be further analyzed with DVH metrics. Note: this presentation was presented by Gary Ezzell at QADS 2018. Dr. Stambaugh is a former colleague of Dr. Ezzell at Mayo Clinic.  


Cassandra Stambaugh, Ph.D.

Medical Physicist
Tufts Medical Center

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