NAPT 2022 Proton Conference
Join us April 3 – 6, 2022
We are pleased to announce the 2022 NAPT Conference will take place in person at the beautiful Vinoy Resort in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida!
Our conference planning committee is assembling an impressive program featuring well-known speakers and round-table discussions covering clinical and business operations, patient advocacy, research, advances in technology, emerging proton centers, and other areas of proton therapy.
There are limited rooms available at this popular destination, so book early.
MEMBERS ONLY WEBINAR
Grateful Patient Fundraising
September 23, 2021 at 1:00 PM EST
Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, CST – Chief Philanthropy Officer and President, Inova Health Foundation
Kathy Murray – Director of Development, University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute
NAPT Member Meeting
October 21, 2021 // 4:00 PM EST
Join us for a virtual Member Meeting featuring the results of the 2020 Annual Survey and an advocacy update.
To replan or not? Predicting when to adapt based on dosimetric and clinical features with proton therapy
September 30, 2021 // 11:00 AM EST
This presentation will discuss the role of replanning in proton-based head and neck (HN) radiotherapy, describing the frequency and nature of replanning at our institution and the clinical impact. We will present our research which evaluates parameters associated with an increased probability of replanning based on various dosimetric and clinical features.
Presenters: Mark W. McDonald, MD Jun Zhou, PhD
This talk has been submitted to receive CE credits for MDCB and CAMPEP for approval of 1 MPCEC hour.
SAVE THE DATE: 8th Annual Penn Proton Course
CME/CNE Accredited 1 Day Virtual Course
December 3, 2021
Penn Medicine Department of Radiation Oncology, the Roberts Proton Therapy Center, and OncoLink invite you to the 8th Annual Course on Proton Therapy. This one-day virtual program enables radiation oncology practitioners and administrators to learn about the applications of proton therapy to help assess the potential of incorporating proton therapy at their institution. With the increased availability and accessibility of the technology of proton therapy, there is an expanding need for qualified staff. The program features Penn Medicine experts from each specialty who will provide an insider’s perspective of the current and future potentials of proton therapy.