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Medical Physicists

The AAPM 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition has been approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs, Inc. (CAMPEP) for 259.75 MPCEC hours which includes Review Courses and 8 hours of General Poster Viewing.

To obtain MPCEC, and/or MDCB Credit, attendees must attend or view each session in its entirety and complete the online evaluation.

Presentations will be made available On-Demand via our virtual meeting platform approx. 24-hours after their scheduled time, providing registrants the opportunity to view sessions they may have missed at their convenience and earn additional credits.

On-Demand viewing will be tracked electronically.

Registration Badge ID and Last Name will be required to access the Online CEC Evaluation System.

Registered Guests are not eligible for Continuing Education Credits.

After the Meeting:
  • Following the close of the online CEC evaluation system on September 7, 2023, at 11:59 PM ET, AAPM will provide CAMPEP with participant contact information, credits earned, and the appropriate processing fees for individual participants to access their personal 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition transcript via the CAMPEP online MPCEC Repository database. Participants will not receive a hardcopy CAMPEP transcript. Should a participant require a hard copy transcript, they may order it directly from CAMPEP. Click here for more information.
  • Credits will be released to attendees on September 18, 2023.
Continuing Education Program Objectives:
  1. Review basic knowledge of diagnostic and therapeutic techniques.
  2. Conduct sessions on the current state of the art and standards of practice.
  3. Provide a peer interchange forum for exchanging information and concepts.

CEC Evaluation System is now closed. Credits will be released to attendees on SEPTEMBER 18, 2023.

As an added benefit of registration, On-Demand recordings will be available via the meeting platform for up to a year. After that time selected content will be moved into the Virtual Library.

Non-Registrants, regardless of AAPM membership status, will be able to access meeting content via the AAPM Virtual Library after particular intervals of time:

  • AAPM members — One (1) year post-meeting.
  • Non-members — Two (2) years post-meeting.

Medical Dosimetrists

AAPM will apply to the Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board (MDCB) for approval of MDCB CMD credits for the 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition. To obtain credit, attendees must attend/view each session in their entirety and complete an online evaluation survey. Registration Badge ID and CMD Number are required.  On-Demand viewing is tracked electronically.  AAPM will report the credits earned to the MDCB on September 18, 2023.

MDCB-approved Credit Sessions:

  • Physics of Radiography
  • Advanced Radiographic Applications
  • Medical Physics Issues in Mammography
  • Ultrasound Physics and Technology
  • CT Technology and Dosimetry
  • Radiation Shielding Design
  • Hospital Radiation Protection
  • Anatomy and Imaging in 3-D Treatment Planning
  • X-Ray and Electron Interactions in Water and Tissue
  • Measurement of Radiation and Cavity Theory
  • Image Guidance in Therapy: Techniques and Quality Assurance
  • Treatment Planning: Brachytherapy
  • External Beam Radiotherapy: Techniques and Quality Assurance
  • Brachytherapy Sources: Dosimetry and Quality Assurance
  • Radiation Generators for External Beam Radiotherapy
  • Treatment Planning: Clinical Electrons
  • Radionuclides, Radiopharmaceuticals, Radiation Detection and Measurement
  • Gamma Camera Physics and Technology
  • PET/SPECT Physics and Technology
  • MRI Principles and Quality Characteristics
  • Treatment Planning: Photons (I) Fundamentals
  • International Council Symposium: Global Medical Physics Activities: Where should we put our emphasis; Research, Capacity Building, or Clinical Practice?
  • 2023 Annual Student Meeting: Developing Leadership as a Trainee
  • Treatment Planning: Photons (II) Fundamentals
  • Informatics Essentials for Medical Physicists
  • Education Council Symposium: A Summary on Recently Published Education Council Reports
  • Radiation Protection in Radiotherapy
  • Fundamentals of Fluoroscopic Imaging
  • Joint Council Symposium: C is for Compassion
  • Basic Principles of Radiation Therapy Shielding Design
  • Patient and Fetal Dose in Diagnostic Imaging
  • Professional Council Symposium: How Every Scientist can Improve Communication by Looking to the Performing Arts
  • Nanomedicine, Radionuclide and Immunotherapy
  • MRI
  • AI in Imaging
  • IGRT Tracking and Monitoring
  • Advanced Treatment Planning and Automation
  • X-Ray CT
  • Proton Flash Dosimetry and QA
  • Adaptive Radiotherapy Pipelines
  • Optical Imaging and Emerging Technologies
  • AI in Radiation Therapy
  • CBCT-Guided Radiotherapy
  • Image-and Biology-Guided RT
  • X-Ray Radiography, Tomosynthesis and Dosimetry
  • Translational Electron Flash
  • Advances in Quality Improvement and Dosimetry Metrology
  • Cone-Beam CT
  • Segmentation and Radiomics
  • Imaging in Treatment Planning and Assessment
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Nanoparticle in RT
  • MedPhys Slam
  • MRI-Guided Radiotherapy
  • Image Analysis, Radiomics and Modeling
  • All Things Ultrasound!
  • Imaging for Segmentation, Registration, and Verification
  • Medical Physicists Succeeding While Facing Challenges in Clinical and Professional Practice in a Changing World
  • Radio-Chemistry and Biology
  • Functional Lung Sparing Radiotherapy Clinical Trials: Outcomes and Future Concepts
  • The Anne and Donald Herbert Distinguished Lectureship in Modern Statistical Modeling
  • Cone Beam CT: Interventional and Specialty Applications
  • From Couch to Committee: Joining, Leading, and Thriving with Life-Work Balance
  • ACR Update
  • Current Status and Future Directions in Photon and Proton Adaptive Therapy
  • Joint AAPM-ESTRO Symposium: Big Data Big Trouble
  • Next-Generation Optical Image-Guided Interventions in Radiation Oncology
  • Breast AI
  • PET/MR - Research Opportunities and Clinical Potential
  • Getting Engaged in AAPM Science Council Activities
  • President's Symposium: The Art of Science, the Science of Care
  • Zagzebski-Carson Lectureship on Medical Ultrasound
  • A Clinical Perspective on the Evolution and Challenges of TBI
  • John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
  • Creating Vendor Relationships for Pediatric Fluoroscopy Guided Interventional (FGI) Applications
  • Arthur Boyer Award for Innovation in Medical Physics Education
  • How to Communicate Effectively with a Multidisciplinary Team
  • QC Performance Updates of ACR NM & PET QC Manuals: What, When, and How?
  • Artificial Intelligence-Based Automatic Segmentation: Current State-of-Affairs and Future Directions
  • AI in Ultrasound Imaging
  • Keeping up with the Task Groups: TG-290 and TG-372
  • President Symposium Fireside Chat
  • Electron Flash Therapy
  • The Emerging Role of Medical Physics in Surgery
  • Focused Ultrasound With Microbubbles for Therapeutic Effects
  • Novel X-Ray Sources
  • Innovations in Adult and Pediatric Clinical Trials
  • 16 Years of the AAPM DREAM Fellowship
  • Session in Memory of Arthur Lucas, Sc.D.: Time Is of the Essence: Advances in Online Adaptive Radiation Therapy
  • Read with Expert - ABD/GI
  • In Vivo Dosimetry and Image Guidance for FLASH Radiotherapy
  • A New Paradigm of Surface-Guided Radiotherapy
  • Engaging in Advocacy With Legislators and Regulators. Why Should Medical Physicists Care?
  • Radiobiology
  • Are These Stories Real? – A Case Study Workshop for Leadership, Professionalism, and Ethics Education
  • Ultrasound QA/QC Workshop
  • Photon Counting Detection: Theory, Practical Considerations, and Applications
  • Clear Vision: Image Guidance for Treatment Verification
  • Small Animal Study and Novel Systems
  • Clinical Translation of Radiomics: How Do We Get There?
  • Patient Radiation Safety and the Law, Standards, and Ethics: An Overview of Perspectives From ICRP, WHO, IEC et al.
  • Target Tracking in Radiation Therapy
  • Advances in Imaging for Personalized Breast Cancer Treatment
  • The Historical Foundation of Physics Based Major Medical Procedures and the Contributions of the Innovators and Pioneers
  • MRI and Functional Guided Radiation Therapy
  • Global Collaborations for Medical Physics Innovations
  • Interpretable Machine Intelligence in Multidimensional Omics
  • The Physics, Physiology, Administration and Toxicity of Contrast Agents for Conspicuity Enhancement in CT: State-of-the-Art and Outlook
  • Translational Opportunities for Photoacoustic and Ultrasound-Mediated Imaging
  • Use of Artificial Intelligence in Brachytherapy
  • Quantitative Ultrasound
  • The Evolution and Applications of Surface Guided Radiation Therapy
  • Breast Imaging
  • Addressing Equity Issues Experienced by Female Medical Physics
  • Dosimetry Modeling and Verification
  • Radiogenomics and Artificial Intelligence for Personalized Medicine: Perspectives from a Biologist, Physicist and Physician
  • Board Exams in an Evolving World: ABR Updates and Panel Discussion for ABR Initial Certification
  • Innovations in Brachytherapy
  • Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Relation to Medical Physics Profession: The IOMP’s View
  • Photon-Counting CT Performance Evaluation
  • Science Council Session: Innovations in Medical Physics
  • Breast Cancer Diagnosis from Screening Mammography to Final Pathology
  • Overcoming Challenges for Imaging and Treating Potentially Pregnant Patients
  • Innovation in Imaging and Treatment Techniques
  • New Member Symposium: I’ve Got a New Job, How Do I Ensure Success?
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Joint AAPM-EFOMP Symposium: Multi-Professional Society Perspectives on Future of Medical Physics and Combined Efforts in AI
  • Read with Expert - Neuro
  • Data Science Boot Camp - MR Data
  • MRI vs CBCT for ART: Case Demonstrations
  • Systems Thinking for Patient Safety and Quality Improvement in Radiation Oncology
  • Photon-Counting and Dual-Energy CT and CBCT
  • Novel Techniques for Treatment Planning
  • Joint WMIS-AAPM Symposium: Imaging for Immune Modulating, Cellular, and Gene Therapies
  • Advances in Neuroimaging and Head and Neck Imaging
  • Data Science Boot Camp - Therapy Data Approaches
  • Advances in 3D Printing for Radiation Therapy
  • Benefits and Barriers for Widespread Adoption of Adaptive RT
  • Safety and Quality Improvements With Peer Review and Program Audits
  • AI for Clinical Decision Making in Radiation Therapy
  • The Medical Imaging and Resource Center (MIDRC) – A Comprehensive Data Repository for COVID-19 Medical Images To Expedite Machine Intelligence
  • Quantum Computing in Medical Physics: Technology Basics and Opportunities for Clinical Impact
  • Respond and Model: Imaging for Treatment Assessment
  • Advanced MRI in Brain Tumors
  • JACMP Parallel Opposed Debate: AI, ART, and Patient Physics Interaction
  • RO-ILS and the WGPE: Mastering Both Hard and Soft Skills to promote Safety in the Clinic
  • Path to Independence: How To Secure Your First Grant as an Early-Stage Investigator?
  • Autosegmentation in Radiotherapy: Understanding Fundamentals, Benefits, and Risk
  • A Trip Down Quality Lane: MRI Phantoms and Quality Assurance
  • Longitudinal Multimodality Imaging of Treatment Response: Data Dimensionality Challenges and Solutions
  • AI Automation in Segmentation
  • Optical Imaging and Emerging Technologies
  • Ethics in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
  • Grant Funding Pathways for Clinical Medical Physicists
  • Know Your Rights
  • FLASH Therapy Delivery, Motion Management and Dosimetry
  • Image Analysis, Quantitative Imaging, and Radiomics
  • Imaging and Therapy Solutions for Prostate Cancer
  • Patient Reported Outcomes and Quality of Life Data: What Medical Physicists Need To Know
  • Treatment Optimization, Assessment, and Prediction
  • Multiscale Computational Oncology for Dynamic Biological Optimization of Treatments
  • Image Formation and Presentation GANs/Transformer Networks
  • Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: Innovations in Diagnostic Medical Physics Through Academic Industrial Partnerships
  • A Year In:  Progress and Updates on the AAPM Affinity Groups Initiative
  • Frontiers in 4D-MRI and Diffusion MRI for Adaptive Radiotherapy
  • Remote Interpretation of Medical Images and Physics: Approaches, Challenges, and the Future
  • Big Data Enabled AI Driven Health Care and Clinical Trials
  • Quantitative Imaging
  • Streamlining Cervical Cancer Radiotherapy Treatment Planning for Low- and Middle-Income Countries
  • The Medical Physics Journal: Manuscript Preparation, Submission, and Manuscript Review
  • Presidential Forum: Medical Physics NOW
  • Grand Challenges
  • Quality Assurance in Image-Guided Radiation Therapy
  • AI Advanced Methods
  • Image Quality and New Technologies in X-Ray CT
  • Updates to MRI Safety Guidance for Varied Environments and Devices
  • Best Practice Guidelines for International Collaboration
  • Advances in Proton Therapy
  • Resonate to Adapt: MRI-Guided Radiotherapy
  • Early-Career Investigators Breaking New Ground in Data Science
  • X-Ray Radiography, Fluoroscopy, and Dosimetry
  • Evaluating Proton Therapy Equipment Specifications
  • Session in Memory of Isaac Rosen, PhD: Advanced Imaging Modalities for Proton Therapy Planning and Verification
  • Collaborating and Communicating with Facility Administrators: Lessons Learned
  • AI Applications
  • Brachytherapy and Radiopharmaceuticals
  • Advances in MRI Imaging: MR Relaxometry, Fat-Water Imaging
  • What Will You Do When You Touch My Heart?
  • Updates in Rad and Fluoro - TG Reports
  • Stay on Track: Image Guidance for Motion Management
  • Uncertainty Quantification and Error Propagation of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Physics Applications
  • Equipment Specification & Purchasing Considerations For Physicists
  • Novel Biologically Enhanced Proton Delivery Technologies (FLASH, Grid, and PBCT)
  • Breaking News: Novel Devices, Techniques, and Applications
  • Explainable AI
  • MRI Acquisition and Reconstruction
  • Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
  • Not Just CT: The American College of Radiology Dose Index Registry
  • Advances in Intra-Operative Radiation Therapy
  • Medical Physicist Job Status and Practice Changes in Radiation Therapy during and after COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Plan Ahead: Imaging for Segmentation and Treatment Adaptation
  • Cone-Beam CT
  • Machine Learning Challenges from Benchtop to Clinical Implementation
  • Dose Measurement and QA


CEC Evaluation System is now closed. Credits will be released to attendees on SEPTEMBER 18, 2023.

Online Evaluation

The Online Evaluation system will remain open until Thursday, September 7, 2023, at 11:59 PM ET.

To obtain credit, attendees must complete an online evaluation survey.

Evaluations MUST be completed by that time for credits to be earned. After the close of the Online Evaluation System, registrants will be contacted with instructions for viewing their meeting transcript via the CAMPEP website. The transcript will list a description of the sessions and the number of continuing education credits obtained.

Please Note: Registration Badge ID and Last Name are required to access the Online Evaluation System.

Credits will be released by September 18, 2023.

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