As the leading forum dedicated to stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) and advancing therapies, the Radiosurgery Society® (RSS) acts as a conduit for collaboration between academic institutions, medical centers, industry leaders and government agencies. To that end, the RSS develops and hosts a Scientific Meeting as well as a series of customized meetings and workshops designed to further clinical research, education, clinical practices, and technological development. In addition, the RSS offers meeting endorsement opportunities.
The Radiosurgery Society Scientific Meeting is a collaborative, multi-disciplinary conference bringing together world-class healthcare professionals who are passionate about perpetuating the advancement of SRS, SBRT and advancing therapies to optimize patient care and outcomes.
The Scientific Meeting spans 3-days, focusing on clinical and technical aspects of SRS and SBRT and exploring how advancing therapies impact clinical outcomes. The Meeting is attended by surgeons, radiation oncologists, oncologists of all disciplines, medical physicists, nurses, residents, students, fellows-in-training, dosimetrists, therapists, radiation oncology administrators, and industry professionals involved in radiosurgery.
A trade show held during the meeting offers attendees an opportunity to interface with industry, service and technology companies working on state-of-the-art advancements in the field.
Sessions held during the meeting include:
The RSS supports programs advancing the field by officially endorsing programs and events for both industry and non-industry organizations. Use of the RSS logo on program brochures and other program-related materials alerts program participants of the high quality of the program and its alignment with the mission of the RSS.
Qualifying educational programs are developed by local or regional organizers and are initially reviewed and must be approved by the RSS Internal Review Committee. Applications for endorsement must be received before the initial planning of the event begins.