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Program Schedule .

Attendees at the Conference will hear from a broad range of speakers on several streams of concurrent scientific and non-scientific sessions, with engaging invited speakers, interactive workshops and social functions to suit everyone.

Program will be available late 2019.


CPD Credits

ASMIRT members can log CPD credits for this meeting in your membership portal.

Invited Speakers .

Suzanne Rastrick – Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, England

Suzanne Rastrick qualified as an Occupational Therapist from Oxford. She began her career in the acute hospital sector, specialising in orthotics / biomechanics in the specialties of orthopaedics and rheumatology, before moving to practice in community services. She gained her first general management position as the matron of a community hospital, a role which at that time, would generally have been held…

Dr Helen McNair – Therapeutic Radiographer, England

Dr Helen McNair is the lead research radiographer at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and Institute of Cancer Research.
Helen trained at the Northern Ireland School of Therapeutic Radiography in 1986. After working in Australia for two years she returned to the UK and worked in the Westminster Hospital and subsequently at the Royal Marsden Hospital from 1990. During that time, she worked on the treatment Linacs and then in pretreatment where she gained extensive experience in patient reproducibility and motion in radiotherapy…

A/Prof Ronil Chandra

A/Prof Ronil Chandra – Consultant NeuroInterventional Radiologist, Australia

As a Consultant NeuroInterventional Radiologist, Ronil’s clinical expertise focuses on the assessment and treatment of vascular conditions of the brain, head and neck, and spine using advanced neuro-imaging and minimally invasive procedure techniques. He has performed over 1000 neurointerventional procedures to improve the lives of patients.

In his role as a senior healthcare clinician leader and academic researcher, Ronil is passionate about creating clinical and research impact to advance knowledge and improve patient outcomes.

He is extremely motivated in translating new knowledge into clinical practice and shaping healthcare systems to create more equitable and effective models of care that lead to societal benefit.

Ronil pursues areas that will assist in increasing his role as an effective clinician-researcher and healthcare leader by building on his current academic and professional foundation.

Prof Derek Roebuck

Professor Derek Roebuck – Paediatric Radiology, Australia

Derek Roebuck, Professor of Paediatric Radiology at the University of Western Australia and Perth Children’s Hospital, has for 19 years worked in the UK as consultant paediatric interventional radiologist and more recently Head of Clinical Service (Radiology) at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London. Prof Roebuck’s major medical interests is paediatric cancer and was Radiology Chair of the International Childhood Liver Tumour Strategy Group (SIOPEL) for over 15 years.  He also has extensive experience in the treatment of children with renovascular disease and complex aerodigestive problems.

Social Functions .

There will be plenty of opportunity for delegates to mingle and network with fellow medical radiations professionals across the Conference.

Social Functions program announced soon.

Breakfast sessions .

The early bird catches the worm! Be sure to book in soon and get up early to attend these enlightening Breakfast Sessions.

Breakfast Sessions program announced soon.

Workshops .

For a more intensive learning experience, facilitated by professionals passionate in their area, be sure to book in for a Workshop. Places are limited at each session.

Workshop program announced soon.

Posters .

ASMIRT-NZIMRT 2020 will feature a Poster display in the Exhibition Hall for the duration of the Conference, accompanied by short presentation Q&A sessions from participating authors.

Poster authors will be notified if their abstract has been accepted for the conference and will then be able to start on formatting their Posters. Documents with Poster guidelines and a template to use will be available later in 2019. Poster authors will also have the opportunity to have a scheduled short presentation with question and answer time.

Tours .

Delegates will have the opportunity to discover key building and experiences unique to Melbourne.

Tour program will be available soon.