The Radiosurgery Society® (RSS) is dedicated to the education of physicians, medical physicists, nurses, dosimetrists, residents and students on the evolving fields of stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) and advancing therapies by providing the highest-quality educational programs, scientific meetings, workshops, dosimetry plan library, journals, and CME and MOC opportunities. Stay current with scientific developments, broaden your knowledge and connect with leaders in the field. Many resources are available exclusively to members. To join the RSS and gain access, click here.
RSS offers educational webinars covering a variety of clinical and physics topics on SRS, SBRT and advancing therapies. Leaders and experts in the field discuss clinical applications, the latest research developments, technological advancements, treatment planning and delivery techniques. Over 100 recorded webinars are available exclusively to RSS Members.
RSS offers numerous opportunities for physicians and physicists to satisfy the American Board of Radiology’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements through online Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs). SAMs are free for RSS members and just $25 for non-RSS Members. Click the View SAMs button below for more information on currently available SAMs .
Under the direction of the RSS Physics Committee, the Dosimetry Plan Library allows RSS members to download, practice, compare, and learn techniques for treatment planning in SRS/SBRT cases. First established in 2016, the library features a comprehensive collection of real-life radiosurgery cases in the field, with treatment plans created by experienced specialists. This resource benefits centers starting an SRS/SBRT program, as well as professionals embarking in new areas who are interested in comparing their plans with established planning techniques.
The library is reserved for RSS Members. To learn more about this and other benefits of membership in the RSS, click here.
Members of our professional committees regularly prepare white papers covering the use of SRS and SBRT in a variety of clinical situations. These white papers provide a deep dive into the clinical indications for SRS/SBRT, complete with references and, for members, treatment guidelines.
The RSS has two peer-reviewed, affiliated journals expanding the outreach of clinical and technical SRS/SBRT research for intracranial and extracranial applications.
The RSS Channel within the Cureus Journal of Medical Science encourages clinical and technical journal submissions focused on SRS/SBRT for all applications. Cureus is an Open Access journal, where all articles are available on the internet to all users immediately upon publication and free of charge. Cureus is now accepting submissions.
The Journal of Neuro-Oncology (JNO) is a multi-disciplinary journal encompassing basic, applied, and clinical investigations in all research areas as they relate to cancer and the central nervous system. JNO has an Open Access option and is now accepting submissions.