News and events
CTRad recognises the importance of involving patients, carers and others affected by cancer. We are currently looking for consumer representatives to join CTRad's workstreams 1 and 2. We welcome applications from consumers based throughout the UK, with experience of radiotherapy and all kinds of cancer. You can download the advertisement, role profile, application form below. The closing date for applications is Sunday 16 March 2014
- CTRad Consumer recruitment advertisement (PDF)
- CTRad Consumer member role profile (PDF)
- CTRad Consumer member application form (Word document)
News, workshops and events
CTRad hosts a number of workshops and events through the year for researchers, from educational sessions to academic workshops for knowledge exchange.
You can keep in touch via the pages below, or you can be added to our mailing list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming events led by CTRad
Call for Phase I / II / III radiotherapy research proposals
CTRad organises proposals guidance meetings up to twice a year. Details about how to submit a proposal idea and participate will be available on the proposal guidance meetings page.
Most of our workshops and meetings are RCR CPD-accredited – don’t forget to collect your certificate after each meeting. If you need your certificate from a previous meeting, please email email@example.com .
Upcoming events led by other organisations
The European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology Congress focuses on new and emerging development in the field of radiation oncology. The Congress will take place in Vienna, Austria.
The Royal College of Radiologists Annual Conference will take place on 9 September 2014 at The Barbican in London. The detailed programme will be available soon.
The NCRI Cancer Conference is the leading international cancer research meeting in the UK and delivers a pioneering programme showcasing high-quality data and a multi-disciplinary approach to cancer research from basic research to prevention, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. The world-renowned speakers and excellent networking opportunities attract around 2,000 delegates representing the whole oncology field from researchers and data managers to clinicians, nurses and policy makers.