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Presented by Cameron Ditty, MS, DABR
and Fazal Khan, BS, CMD
Miami Cancer Institute
Sponsored by RaySearch Americas
This presentation is made up of two sections. The first section will be a summary of scripting in therapeutic medical physics with special regard to treatment planning and will focus on scripting found within RayStation.
Key areas covered will include;
The second section will cover explore the power of python programming within Raystation. With the ever-increasing growth and complexity of radiation oncology the need for automatable standards and workflows has never been more important. The use of programming in clinical workflows can be used to automate repetitive tasks, reduce errors, increase consistency, innovate new ideas and lead to improvements in work life balance. Despite these advantages, most radiation oncology departments still employ manual methods for patient workflows and data collection, which can become cumbersome, inefficient and error prone. At the Miami Cancer Institute, the use of scripts have become an integral part of our daily clinical workflow.
Some of the scripting examples we will cover include:
This activity is part of the celebration of National Medical Dosimetrist's Day and is free to AAMD members and non-members. Once you have logged in and added it to your library, it will display as FREE and will not count against the annual CE credit allowance for AAMD Members.
Recorded August 19, 2019