Exploring the Practical & Clinical Realities of Establishing Proton Therapy in the Wider Healthcare Community

We’ll be discussing ideas and identifying strategies for development in all aspects of proton therapy optimisation; clinical, biological, technological, logistical and financial.

Technology and service providers will network and collaborate with senior clinical oncologists and medical physicists, from both current and planned proton therapy facilities, and benefit from peer to peer benchmarking to improve current clinical practice and patient outcomes.

Speakers

Raymond Mailhot

NYU Langone Medical Center

Ben Wilkinson

Provision Center for Proton Therapy

John Chang

Northwestern Medicine Chicago Proton Center

Carl Rossi

Scripps Proton Therapy Center

Richard Maughan

University of Pennsylvania

Chandan Guha

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Torunn Yock

Massachusetts General Hospital

Richard Amos

University College London

James Metz

University of Pennsylvania

Steven Lin

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Oren Cahlon

Memorial Sloan Kettering

Marcelo Vazquez

Clinical Translational Radiobiology Research, James M. Slater, MD Proton Treatment and Research Center

Peter Johnstone

Department of Radiation Oncology, Moffit Cancer Centre

Shannon MacDonald

Harvard Medical School

Helen Shih

William Regine

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Charles B. Simone

University of Maryland

The Event

Key Takeaways

    • Determine the optimal fractionation regime for your clinical practice from the clinical experiences and trial data presented at the event.
    • Discuss strategies to expand treatable indications with proton therapy.
    • Understand how new technologies like pencil beam scanning will influence radiobiological considerations in proton therapy treatment planning and effectively implement this into your clinical practice
    • Increase your clinical efficiency and patient throughput with techniques used and presented by leading proton therapy centers.
    • Forge relationships for future research collaborations and training opportunities with the dedicated networking sessions.
    • Navigate the economic realities of proton therapy using lessons to be learnt from centers who have successful collaborations with governments and payers.
    • Plan and build a financially successful and high clinical value proton therapy center, using strategies tried and tested by some of the most prestigious centers in the world.

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