Wake Forest Radiation Oncology 
Stereotactic  Radiation Therapy Courses

Upcoming Course Dates:
 March 17 and 18th, 2016
 September 22 and 23rd, 2016 - join us the Thursday and Friday prior to ASTRO!
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Principles and Practice of Image-Guided Hypofractionated Radiotherapy

The Department of Radiation Oncology at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center present a Stereotactic Radiation Therapy training course, "Principles and Practice of Image Guided Hypofractionated Radiotherapy," targeted at radiation oncologists, medical physicists, radiation therapists/radiographers, and neurosurgeons interested in stereotactic radiotherapy education.

Through attendance at this training program, registrants should obtain knowledge about the practical aspects of hypofrationated radiotherapy, stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT), and radiosurgery using an image-guided linear accelerator. Principles of radiation physics and radiobiology, as they apply to hypofractionated, focused, small volume irradiation will be covered. Registrants should be able to evaluate dose plans for lung tumors, spine tumors, and liver tumors, as well as selected other body sites. At the completion of the training program, participants should be able to discuss those issues relevant to dose selection in individual patients and discuss the spectrum of complications after hypofractionated treatment and their management.

The next course is scheduled for March 17 and 18, 2016. We will post our 2017 dates in early November.
  -  Please contact Pam Cregger, SBRT/SRS Course Administrative Assisitant, for more information on enrollment. (336) 713-6506; pcregger@wakehealth.edu

Participation by all individuals is encouraged. Advance notification of any special needs will help us provide better service. Please notify us of your needs in advance of the program by calling (336) 713-6506.

For insight into the SRT clinical program at Wake Forest please view the video link: 


















This course is sponsored by the Department of Radiation Oncology, Wake Forest School of Medicine in collaboration with Elekta Oncology.

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