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Scripting, Rapid Plan, and MCO Utilization: The Dosimetrists’ Experience at NYU Langone

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MDCB Credits: 1.00

ARRT Credits: 1.00

Available Until: 9/4/2020

Non-Member Price: $35.00

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Recorded August 19, 2020T

Presented by Peter Milien, BS, CMD and Alex Ng, BS, CMD
NYU Langone Radiation Oncology

Registration is free
Sponsored by Varian

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 Members.

This webinar will focus on the overview of ESAPI (Eclipse Scripting Application Program Interface), Rapid Plan and MCO at NYU Langone. The webinar will cover the general workflow of how we use scripts clinically, in conjunction with Rapid Plan and MCO, to increase the efficiency and maintain consistency for treatment planning throughout the department. This helped us create a standardized workflow that integrated with our already established clinical practice.

Learner Outcome:

1. Understand the capabilities and benefits of using ESAPI Scripting within the department
2. Understand the benefits of using Rapid Plan for clinical sites
3. Utilize Multi-Criteria Optimization to fine-tune Rapid Plans results even further
4. Combine scripting, Rapid Plan and MCO to reduce planning time and ensure planning consistency across multiple planners

Presenters:
Peter Millien, BS, CMD is a Medical Dosimetrist at NYU Langone Radiation Oncology. Before joining NYU Langone in 2017, he previously worked at Aktina Radiation Oncology as a dosimetrist.

Peter received his Bachelor of Science in Health Science with a concentration in Medical Dosimetry, in addition to a minor in Music & Technology, from The State University of New York at Stony Brook in Stony Brook, NY in 2014 and completed his clinical training at The State University of New York at Stony Brook’s Medical Dosimetry Program in 2015.

Alex Ng, BS, CMD is a Medical Dosimetrist at NYU Langone Radiation Oncology. Before joining NYU Langone in 2017, he previously worked at Mount Sinai Beth Israel as a dosimetrist.

Alex received his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science, with a concentration in Medical Dosimetry, from The State University of New York at Stony Brook in Stony Brook, NY in 2011 and completed his clinical training at The State University of New York at Stony Brook ‘s Medical Dosimetry Program in 2012.

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