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The AROI attaches a very high importance to the academic & research activities in Radiation Oncology with its related disciplines. To improve the overall standards of post-graduate teaching, clinical practice and adequate growth of this discipline the Indian College of Radiation Oncologists was established as a dedicated and integral part of the Association in 1992.
Brief History
The first workshop under the banner of ICRO was conducted at Bangalore in April, 1997 on "Precision Radiotherapy" and since then various workshop under ICRO have been conducted in different parts of the country.
A CME programme is conducted by the ICRO along with the National Conference of the AROI regularly since 1997. Various topics of recent advances in Radiotherapy along with important topics are discussed for the benefit of postgraduate students and young Radiotherapists.
In order to encourage the practice of Palliative Care, ICRO along with GCCI provides a grant to the various State Chapters to teach palliative care during their Annual State Chapter Conference
The AROI attaches a very high importance to the academic & research activities in Radiation Oncology with its related disciplines. To improve the overall standards of post-graduate teaching, clinical practice and adequate growth of this discipline the Indian College of Radiation Oncologists was established as a dedicated and integral part of the Association in 1992.

Brief History
The first workshop under the banner of ICRO was conducted at Bangalore in April, 1997 on "Precision Radiotherapy" and since then various workshop under ICRO have been conducted in different parts of the country.

A CME programme is conducted by the ICRO along with the National Conference of the AROI regularly since 1997. Various topics of recent advances in Radiotherapy along with important topics are discussed for the benefit of postgraduate students and young Radiotherapists.

In order to encourage the practice of Palliative Care, ICRO along with GCCI provides a grant to the various State Chapters to teach palliative care during their Annual State Chapter Conference.

 

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Radiological anatomy for Oncology

Radiological anatomy for radiation oncologists in Cambridge

Celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the Cambridge Anatomy School
VENUE
CRUK Cambridge
Institute, Robinson Way,
Cambridge
Anatomy Building,
Department of Physiology,
Development and Neuroscience, Cambridge
Course organisers:
Department of Oncology,
Radiology & PDN, Cambridge University
Hospitals NHS Trust
ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Addenbrooke’s Hospital
Department of Radiology  – Nick Carroll and Helen Taylor
Department of Oncology  – TV Ajithkumar
University of Cambridge
Human Anatomy Centre, Dept Physiology, Development and Neuroscience 

Celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the Cambridge Anatomy School

Course Details: Course fee: £325
Cancellation: 28 days notice is required for cancellation and return of the registration fee.

For registration and further information please visit.
www.cam-pgmc.ac.uk


VENUE
CRUK Cambridge
Institute, Robinson Way,
Cambridge

Anatomy Building,
Department of Physiology,
Development and Neuroscience,
Cambridge

COURSE ORGANISERS
Department of Oncology,
Radiology & PDN,
Cambridge University
Hospitals NHS Trust

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Addenbrooke’s Hospital
Department of Radiology  – Nick Carroll and Helen Taylor
Department of Oncology  – TV Ajithkumar
University of Cambridge

Human Anatomy Centre, Dept Physiology, Development and Neuroscience 
– Cecilia Brassett, Isla Fay and Maria Wright