The VIC/TAS Branch Day
Friday September 18th 2020
This event is exclusive to the ACPSEM VIC/TAS Branch Members at the request of the ACPSEM Board
|9:00 – 9:10
The organising committee
|9:10 – 9:40
||Depth dose profiles measured in champagne and other delights of working at the Australian Synchrotron
Dr Daniel Häusermann, Principal Scientist - Imaging and Medical Therapy, ANSTO
|9:40 – 10:10
||Examples of shielding issues in medical facilities
Michael Gilhen, Radiation Safety Officer, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
|10:10 – 10:40
||In-vivo dosimetry for brachytherapy
Dr Ryan Smith, Senior ROMP, the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne
|10:40 – 11:00
Medical physics in Asia - the ups, the downs and the surprises
Anne Perkins, Consultant Medical Physicist, and Nikki Shelton, senior ROMP, the Austin Hospital
|13:30 – 14:00
||Take-home points of the College’s workshop on leadership in medical physics
Dr Peta Lonski, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
||Professionalism in Medical Physics: What this means for YOU!
Assoc. prof. Ivan Williams, Chief Medical Radiation Scientist, ARPANSA, Yallambie
||ACPSEM – Structure, Committees, Specialty Groups – How to get the most from it
Amanda Perdomo, Radiation Safety Officer, Royal Childrens Hospital, and Dr Zoe Brady, Chief physicist (diagnostic imaging) and RSO, the Alfred Hospital
Motion: When staffing levels become unacceptable, work should stop!
For the motion: Leah McDermott
Against the motion: Dr Trevor Ackerly
Organising committee: Lotte S Fog, Stephanie Keehan, Natalie Clements
Your contribution to the lunch break
While we can’t offer the usual opportunity to socialise in the lunch break, we thought it might be insightful if we could share our experiences of working/studying in the lockdown. We invite you to send Lotte images of just what it’s like to work/study currently (images of you, your work space, or anything else that expresses medical physics during lockdown) – and she will turn them into a slide show that will play in the lunch break. firstname.lastname@example.org
We plan to distribute the link to join the zoom seminar in the hour before we start but the session will not start until 9:00 AEST. We have been advised that participants will get the best experience using an up-to-date Zoom client or app. If this is not possible, our suggested browser is Chrome. Some features, such as polls may not be available with some browsers.
ACPSEM members will be awarded 10 CPD points for the Vic Tas Branch day if they are logged on to the event for 80% of its duration, excluding breaks.