Educational Webinars - 2 Upcoming LIVE & 1 Recorded
the SRS/SBRT Scientific Meeting 2013
View PDFs of the Abstracts and Presentations
We recently posted PDFs of the Presentations given at the SRS/SBRT Scientific Meeting 2013. Find them on the Meeting Presentations dropdown under the Abstracts and Presentations Tab. The presentations are only available to members of the RSS so you will be asked to login before being redirected. Check them out now!
PDFs of all of the Abstracts submitted for consideration at the SRS/SBRT Scientific Meeting 2013 are now available for download to everyone. You will find them on the Meeting Abstracts page.
To find out how to claim your credit for the 2013 Meeting please refer to pages 3 and 4 of your program book or visit our Continuing Education page.
We've Been Published - Read the Press Release
The study titled “The RSSearch Registry: patterns of care and outcomes research on patients treated with stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiotherapy” describes the design, patient demographics, lesion characteristics and SRS/SBRT treatment patterns of the first 11,457 patients enrolled in RSSearch™ from 39 participating U.S. centers was published in Radiation Oncology 2013, 8:275 (25 November 2013).
New Membership Type – Medical Residents
the RSS Board of Directors is please to announce the creation of a new category of membership. Physicians enrolled in an accredited Residency program are eligible for Medical Resident Membership. Dues for this category are $25 per year. If you are (or know) a resident who is interested in SRS/SBRT, we are confident the Radiosurgery Society provides valuable resources, contacts and knowledge to further your education.
The first step to becoming a Resident Member of the RSS is to complete the attached form and return it along with your Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a Letter of Support from your department chair. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us.
Patient Registry Research Tools from the RSS
Now that the ReCKord Patient Registry has expanded to RSSearch, improvements in the registry have been developed to include additional reporting filters. Reporting filters enable users to select specific patient cohorts when exporting their data. This allows users to expand their research capabilities, to be more efficient when conducting analyses and will provide a unique resource to support comparative effectiveness efforts for SRS/SBRT.
Other benefits of the registry include:
Read the Registry Newsletter - click here.
Interested in learning more? Visit the Clinical Resources dropdown on the RSS website and look for RSSearch Registry. Still have questions - email us.
What is the Radiosurgery Society®?
We are a mutual benefit nonprofit corporation (501c6). Membership in the Radiosurgery Society (RSS) is available to health care professionals affiliated with any stereotactic radiosurgery or stereotactic body radiation therapy treatment center. - Download the Brochure