Why come to the Student Conference?
The ASMIRT 2019 Student Conference will be held on Friday 29 March 2019.
It is designed to give student delegates the opportunity to present their own work to their student peers in a comfortable, safe environment, an experience that will no doubt set them up to contribute to future ASMIRT Conferences. Students can submit an abstract for presentation or an ePoster exhibit.
Attendees will benefit from the research presented and networking opportunities with peers, speakers, ASMIRT staff and Board members and potential employers. The program will include invited speakers, social event and an early careers forum. Be sure to follow the #ASMIRTstudent2019 hashtag on social media.
Registrations are now closed, for any enquires please email conferences@inhouseeventsolutions
I really enjoyed the student conference in Canberra. I was able to learn about the new and upcoming advances in the radiation therapy profession, but in a student friendly way. My favourite part was the panel at the end of the day, where we were able to ask questions and get tips from medical radiation professionals about job applications and interviews.
Ella, 4th Year RT Student
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We are now open for abstracts submissions for the ASMIRT / AACRT 2019 Student Conference.
Student Conference Abstract submissions close on 31 October 2018. Abstracts for ePosters and oral presentations welcome!
Take the next step towards your Medical Radiation Sciences career by presenting to your peers and debating the issues and topics of interest that matter to you most! This is YOUR chance to present papers and posters to your peers, sharing case studies or scenarios you have encountered, or raising issues you think need extra debate.
For ASMIRT / AACRT 2019, abstracts for the Student Conference should be submitted in the same format as abstracts for the main conference. Please visit our Abstracts page to learn more about submitting your abstracts.
AACRT Student Conference – Diagnostic Prize (paper)
Awarded to the student diagnostic radiographer/medical imaging member who presents the best paper at the annual student conference.
AACRT Student Conference – Diagnostic Prize (ePoster)
Awarded to the student diagnostic radiographer/medical imaging member who presents the best eposter at the annual student conference.
AACRT Student Conference – Radiation Therapy Prize (paper)
Awarded to the student radiation therapist member who presents the best paper at the annual student conference.
AACRT Student Conference – Radiation Therapy Prize (ePoster)
Awarded to the student radiation therapist member who presents the best eposter at the annual student conference.
The Student Conference is run over one day during the main conference and is an opportunity for students to present their submitted abstracts.
Come prepared with a question or two and quiz our panel of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy managers about anything and everything to do with landing the job you want. Get tips on preparing an application, crafting your curriculum vitae and how to be successful in your interview. This one is not to be missed!
Guest Speaker: Daniel Johnstone
Daniel was 24 and fresh out of Uni in 2013 when he first began experiencing the symptoms that would lead to a cancer diagnosis in 2016. His experiences led him to work for Camp Quality and pursue interests in psychology as he plans to undertake a PhD exploring how doctor-patient relationships impact patient self-efficacy in cancer.Daniel's presentation will provide a very honest insight into the thoughts and processes of a cancer patient, and give you an appreciation for how the small ways you communicate will make the biggest impact.
If you want to improve your public speaking skills, attending the conference can also provide an insight to different presentations styles and what you thought worked well/not well to implement into your own style. Overall, it was an educational experience which gets you involved in your profession and brings variety in your learning.
Lilian, 4th year MI student
Remember to register for the social functions to catch up with your friends... and make some new ones!
The Student Social function is on Friday night, straight after the conference from 5.30 - 9.00pm at the Bradly Forum City West Campus, Uni SA. Come along for pizzas, soft drinks and some fun games and more...
All students are encouraged to attend the Welcome Function and masquerade-themed Gala Dinner, pricing on our registration page.
Follow the build up to the Student Conference on our ASMIRT Student Facebook page, and get to know the other student delegates attending from Australia and around the world!
Be sure to use and follow the #ASMIRTstudent2019 hashtag on social media.
Follow #ASMIRT2019 #AACRT2019 and #ASMIRTstudent2019 on Twitter for conference news and updates.
Follow our conference hashtags #ASMIRTstudent2019 #ASMIRT2019 #AACRT2019 #PATIENTS #PROFESSIONALS #POSSIBILITIES #BETTERTOGETHER
Registrations open until 18 March 2018
Any enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Attending the student conference introduced me to the latest research occurring in radiation therapy, whilst also allowing me to network with other students and potential employers.
Anna, 4th year RT student