RTi3 Conference 2021!

RTi3 Conference 2021

JOIN US FOR RTI3 2021 IN OUR NEW AND EXCITING VIRTUAL FORMAT!

RTi3 is Canada's premier annual meeting for the Radiation Therapy community. RTi3 is committed to advancing the science and practice of Radiation Therapy, showcasing the latest research and clinical innovations.

Dates

RTi3 2021 will be held virtually on Friday, March 5th and Saturday, March 6th, 2021.

The early-bird registration is now open! Register for RTi3 conference

Abstracts

Submissions are open for National Innovation Snapshot (NIS) abstracts. An annual RTi3 highlight, the NIS is a rapid-fire session providing Radiation Therapists from across Canada an opportunity to showcase their local, practice-based innovations to the wider community. Work presented need not be formal research, but should be innovative and of interest to a range of practice settings.

Submissions are simple: a brief 300 word summary structured as follows:

  • Title
  • Background
  • Innovation
  • Progress/Outcomes

The top peer-reviewed submissions will be invited to present, with special consideration for first time attendees. Submissions from all centres across the country are highly encouraged.

We are pleased to announce that CAMRT is again sponsoring the session and will cover the conference registration fee for qualifying individuals invited to present in the National Innovation Snapshot. 

Please review full instructions before submitting. You may submit your abstracts here

NIS Abstracts will be accepted until Monday, February 1st, 2021 at 11:59pm. 

Program Goals

  • To disseminate the latest evidence in radiation therapy to inform and stimulate clinical practice
  • To provide learning opportunities for practitioners to update their clinical knowledge
  • To facilitate networking and communication and the development of professional communities of practice

Learning Objectives

  • To gain new knowledge and understanding on: the innovative application of radiotherapy technology, factors influencing clinical outcomes, quality improvement in radiotherapy, and patient and supportive care
  • To inform practice knowledge and clinical skills through lectures and workshops on current and new practice models and strategies
  • To discuss challenges and opportunities related to advanced practice initiatives, career specialization and development, and education and research endeavors

CME Credits

An application will be made to the Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board in January for the accreditation of continuing education credits.

More information

Planning Team for RTi3 2021

  • Darby Erler, Co-Chair (Odette)
  • Grace Lee, Co-Chair (Princess Margaret)
  • Laura D'Alimonte, Past Co-Chair (WRH)
  • Michael Velec, Past Co-Chair (Princess Margaret)
  • Mikki Campbell (Odette)
  • Martin Chai (Michener/UHN)
  • Ruvette Coelho  (Durham)
  • Lisa Di Prospero (JMIRS)
  • Evan Donohue (UTDRO)
  • Nawroz Fatima (CVH)
  • Michelle Greig (RVH)
  • Vickie Kong (Princess Margaret)
  • Winnie Li  (Princess Margaret)
  • Brian Liszewski (Ontario Health CCO)
  • Shaziya Malam (Southlake)
  • Merrylee McGuffin (Odette)
  • Tara Rosewall (UTDRO Radiation Therapy Faculty)
  • Ewa Szumacher (UTDRO CPED)
  • Kieng Tan (Princess Margaret)
  • Meaghan Stayzer (UTDRO/Michener MRS Student Rep)
  • Paige Lau (UTDRO/Michener MRS Student Rep)
  • Mauli Rakesh Shah (UTDRO/Michener MRS Student Rep)
  • Caitlyn Marie Lazar (UTDRO/Michener MRS Student Rep)