The next important event for our society is the annual Spring meeting which will be held on the 23rd of February 2018 at the VUB Brussels Health Campus. As a tradition the E. van der Schueren lecture is on the programme. Prof. dr. V. Grégoire will be awarded with the EvdS medal. Since 2015 we implemented a session dedicated to the presentation of ongoing or upcoming research projects by PhD students. It was very much appreciated by the audience and therefore we will continue this initiative during the following Spring meetings. The Spring meeting will end with the annual General Assembly. We will then announce the new names of our societies.
We hope to see most of you during this major event for our community.
this meeting applies for the permanent education required by AFCN/FANC
Prof. dr. V. Grégoire gave his presentation on “Head and Neck Radiation Oncology: still a challenging journey ahead of us” and was awarded with the EvdS medal. His presentation is available on the website: log in > Document Center > Spring meetings.
Log in and click here to view the photo report.
The General Assembly of the ABRO/BVRO and the GBS/VBS is the last part of the Spring meeting which is restricted to members only.
Date: 23rd of February 2018 from 17:30
Venue: VUB - Brussels Health Campus (Laarbeeklaan 103, 1090 Brussels)
Auditorium 4: scientific sessions
Atrium/Forum: welcome drink + break
Registration is free of charge, but for practical reasons it is required.
Registration is now open and can only be done via the website.
Registration deadline: February 12, 2018
Scientific meeting registration deadline: 12th of February 2018
PhD presentation submission deadline: 22nd of December 2017
INAMI/RIZIV and AFCN/FANC* accreditation have been requested.
*remember that the ABRO/BVRO Autumn and Spring meetings apply for the continuous education in radiation protection of the patient required by the AFCN/FANC.
The AFCN/FANC has attributed 2 hours to Radiation Oncologists, Medical Physicists and helpers in the RT domain for the required continuous education in radiation protection of the patient.