Call for Proposals | ROMP Member Projects utilising ACPSEM ProKnow Platform

Submissions Close 26th May 2023


I am writing to request project proposals for radiation oncology medical physicists in Australia and New Zealand. We are interested in projects that will utilise the tools available on the ACPSEM ProKnow platform for the collection, management, and analysis of data for MEMBER PROJECTS.

Our goal is to collaborate with medical physicists who are passionate about improving patient care in radiation oncology. We believe that the ACPSEM ProKnow platform can provide valuable insights and help drive innovative research for the members of our profession.

As part of our project proposal process, we require that proponents limit their proposals to a maximum of 4 pages.

Additionally, we require that proponents work with the ROMP TEAP co-ordinators to deliver the projects for presentation at the EPSM conference and publication in the PESM journal this year – obviously we can be flexible if required.

The deadline for abstracts is 30th June so the work should be well underway by then.

If you have a project proposal that aligns with our mission, we would love to hear from you.

Please provide a detailed description of your project within the page limit, including its goals and objectives, as well as how you plan to use the ACPSEM ProKnow platform.

In your proposal, please also include information about your team, qualifications, and relevant experience. We will evaluate all proposals based on their feasibility, impact, and alignment with our overall mission.

Submissions will be accepted from 15th May and will close on 26th May 2023.

All submissions will be evaluated by the ACPSEM ROMP TEAP Coordinators .

Thank you for your interest in collaborating with us. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

If you are unfamiliar with the ProKnow platform please visit - https://proknow.com/.

The ACPSEM has its own ProKnow domain that will be utilised for this work.

Michael Bailey
ROMP TEAP Coordinator

The Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine

e: Michael.Bailey@acpsem.org.au

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