RANZCR FROLIC case study
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) received Cancer Institute NSW funding for the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Lung Interest Cooperative (FROLIC) Workshop in August, 2015.
As its first event, FROLIC chose to convene a workshop about advanced technologies in the treatment of locally advanced lung cancer.
Find out what was involved in the workshop and how the Institute was involved.
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR).
Faculty of Radiation Oncology Lung Interest Cooperative (FROLIC) Workshop on ‘Advanced technologies in the Radiation Therapy Treatment of Locally Advanced Lung Cancer’.
The Institute program area involved
eviQ, the Institutue's online cancer treatment portal, was directly involved in the event. However, many departments are at various stages of implementing new technologies for the treatment of lung cancer. The aim of this workshop was to provide a forum to discuss different techniques and implementation of new technologies.
Benefits to the Institute covered acknowledgements, presence at the workshop and media coverage, including:
- 1 x A5 colour flyer advertisement in the workshop folder.
- A 50-word organisation profile and logo within the FROLIC workshop program booklet.
- A trade display table in the exhibition area.
- Verbal acknowledgement as the Workshop Scholarship Sponsor during the opening and closing addresses.
- Acknowledgment as as workshop supporter in Inside News article.
- Corporate logo and acknowledgement featured on PowerPoint holding slide.
The sponsorship provided by the Institute allowed up to 10 post Part I Exam radiation oncology trainees to attend the workshop. Successful trainees to participate in an eviQ protocol review in the next 12 months.
On finalisation of the registration form, the workshop was promoted extensively throughout the radiation oncology membership of the College. The workshop details were added to the College website and included in the Faculty of Radiation Oncology E-News.
Target e-mails promoting the workshop were sent out via Vision 6 to the whole radiation oncology membership across Australia and New Zealand. The Committee promoted the workshop within their departments to generate interest.
Workshop details were circulated to ACPSEM and NZIMRT to circulate to its membership.
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