Presentations on

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

NEW! First-Year Experience with Automated Transit In-Vivo Dosimetry in a Busy Multicenter Department

June 25 // 11AM U.S. ET // 3PM GMT

Iridium Kankernetwerk provides 5,600 radiation therapy treatments per year at its 4 sites in Belgium. In pursuit of better efficiency, standardization and automation, they implemented SunCHECK Patient for pre-treatment and in-vivo QA based on phantomless EPID and/or log files. During this webinar, Evy Bossuyt, Medical Physicist at Iridium Kankernetwerk, will provide insights on her department’s experience in their first year using SunCHECK Patient.


Evy Bossuyt

Medical Physicist
Iridium Kankernetwerk

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First Look: PlanCHECK™, Part of the SunCHECK™ Platform

ON DEMAND

PlanCHECK™ is the newest addition to the SunCHECK™ Quality Management Platform. Join this webinar for a preview of this exciting new product, and learn how it can improve and automate your workflow. See how PlanCHECK will ease the burden of your Physics and Dosimetric plan checks while fitting seamlessly into the SunCHECK Patient Platform.


Greg Robinson, M.S., CMD, RT(T)

Medical Physicist
Sun Nuclear Corporation

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A Clinically Relevant IMRT QA Workflow: Design, Validation and Implications

ON DEMAND

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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