ESTRO Annual Report 2018

4. Next steps

In 2018, the FALCON programme saw a record number of courses and workshops use the EduCase tool. In 2019, we have 15 courses, eight workshops and 10 online workshops planned in which EduCase will be used. We also expect that several third party workshops will be held around the world. ESTRO and IAEA will also continue their research collaboration regarding the evaluation long term learning effects of e-Learning in Contouring for 3D Conformal Radiotherapy

5. Hands-on training

Mobility grants

Every year, ESTRO dedicates a budget of €50,000 for mobility grants (technology transfer grants or TTGs). These grants are to enable radiation oncology professionals to visit another institute to learn about or gain experience with a technique, equipment or application that is not available in their own institute, and which would be useful for them and their department in future studies or clinical treatments. Applications are submitted twice a year and evaluated by a panel of five members of the education council, including two clinicians, one physicist, one radiation therapist (RTT) and one biologist.

61 proposals

22 funded

36% funded



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