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Research and quality assurance projects are imperative to the advancement of radiation therapy. This article will outline an easy to follow research process for clinical radiation therapists, aimed to equip the clinical radiation therapist with the knowledge to participate in and/or instigate...
Purpose: Electronic portal imaging is widely employed to confirm positioning of a patient receiving radiation therapy. In most cases an orthogonal pair of images is sufficient to provide millimetre accuracy to most treatment sites in three dimensions when coupled with an online correction...
Purpose: The introduction of a paperless workflow in a radiation oncology setting is a major undertaking and its acceptance by a multidisciplinary team (MDT) team can be vital in its success or failure. In order to assess the acceptance of an electronic medical record (EMR), its ability to...
Adverse delayed reactions (ADRs) to the intravenous injection of non‐ionic iodinated contrast media (NICM) were first recognised in the mid‐1980s and a growing number of articles in the literature have described such reactions as increasingly common. The aim of this article is to increase the...
In 2009, Ballarat Austin Radiation Oncology Centre (BAROC) required a significant upgrade in equipment and software that was planned to span a nine‐day period. Many studies have investigated planned and unplanned interruptions to radiotherapy treatment; however, there remains no radiobiological...
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