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Medical Physicists

The AAPM 66th Annual Meeting & Exhibition has applied to the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs, Inc. (CAMPEP) for 259.04 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 5, 2024, 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 66th 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 13, 2024.
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.

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 66th 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 13, 2024.

MDCB-approved Credit Sessions:

  • Anatomy and Imaging in 3-D Treatment Planning Therapy Review Course
  • Physics of Radiographic Imaging Diagnostic Review Course
  • X-Ray and Electron Interactions in Water and Tissue Therapy Review Course
  • Image Science Fundamentals Diagnostic Review Course
  • Medical Physics Issues in Mammography Diagnostic Review Course
  • Measurement of Radiation and Cavity Theory Therapy Review Coure
  • Ultrasound Physics and Technology Diagnostic Review Course
  • Radiation Generators for External Beam Radiotherapy Therapy Review Course
  • CT Technology and Dosimetry Diagnostic Review Course
  • Image Guidance in Therapy: Techniques and Quality Assurance Therapy Review Course
  • External Beam Radiotherapy: Techniques and Quality Assurance Therapy Review Course
  • Radiation Shielding Design Nuclear Medicine Review Course
  • Brachytherapy Sources: Dosimetry and Quality Assurance Therapy Review Course
  • Hospital Radiation Protection Diagnostic Review Course
  • Treatment Planning: Brachytherapy Therapy Review Course
  • Treatment Planning: Clinical Electrons Therapy Review Course
  • Radionuclides, Radiopharmaceuticals, Radiation Detection and Measurement Nuclear Medicine Review Course
  • Gamma Camera Physics and Technology Nuclear Medicine Review Course
  • PETSPECT Physics and Technology Nuclear Medicine Review Course
  • MRI Principles and Quality Characteristics Diagnostic Review Course
  • Treatment Planning: Photons I Fundamentals Therapy Review Course
  • AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Navigating the Future: Staying Current in Medical Physics
  • Treatment Planning: Photons II Fundamentals Therapy Review Course
  • Informatics Essentials for Medical Physicists Diagnostic Review Course
  • International Council Symposium: Global Medical Physics Activities: Where Are We Putting Our Emphasis Capacity Building, Clinical Practice or Research
  • Radiation Protection in Radiotherapy Therapy Review Course
  • Fundamentals of Fluoroscopic Imaging Diagnostic Review Course
  • Education Council Symposium: Recruiting and Training the Next Generation of Medical Physicists
  • Basic Principles of Radiation Therapy Shielding Design Therapy Review Course
  • Patient and Fetal Dose in Diagnostic Imaging Diagnostic Review Course
  • Professional Council Symposium: Medical Physicist WorkforceStaffing -Approaches to a Complex Issue
  • Adaptive Radiation Therapy
  • CT Part 1
  • FLASH Physics
  • Motion Management and Tumor Tracking I
  • MRI
  • Pre-Clinical and Instrumentation
  • Workflow Innovation and QI
  • Advances in Dosimetry
  • Dosimetry
  • FLASH Biology and Mechanism
  • LLM and ML Developments
  • Motion Management and Tumor Tracking II
  • Task-Based AI
  • Y-90 Microspheres and Lu-177 Therapies
  • AI Methods for Image Reconstruction and Synthesis
  • Brachytherapy
  • Breast Imaging
  • CT Part 2
  • AI and ML Dose Calculations
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Medical Physicists: Present and Future
  • Clinical Applications and Deep Learning
  • MRgRT
  • Optical, Thermal, Ultrasonic, and Acoustic Imaging
  • Proton and Particle Therapy
  • Emerging Imaging Technologies
  • Failure Mode Potpourri
  • Functional Liver SPECT
  • Nanoparticles and Radiobiology
  • Photon Counting and Spectral X-Ray Imaging
  • Presidents Symposium: Embracing Change, Impacting Patient Care
  • Endo-Exo-genous Contrast in Non-ionizing Imaging
  • Medical Events and Lessons Learned in Brachytherapy
  • Motion Management and Impact
  • Breast Imaging
  • Interactive, LLM and Multimodal AI
  • ACR PET NM Manual
  • Advances in Adaptive Photon Therapy
  • Disability and Accessibility: I Dont Want to Say the Wrong Thing
  • Paul M DeLuca Jr Memorial Symposium: A Legacy of Science  Education
  • TED Style Talks
  • Nuts and Bolts for Medical Physics Grant Funding
  • Ultrasound in Real Time Adaptive Radiotherapy
  • Ensuring Ethical Excellence: Navigating the Use of ChatGPT in Academic Publishing
  • Exploring AAPMs Professional Development Triple Threat: Mentorship, MPLA, and Local Chapters
  • FLASH Mechanisms: Radiochemistry and Oxygen Sensing
  • DICOM Essentials and Practical Applications for Medical Physicists
  • Pediatric Chest and Cardiac Imaging Read w Expert
  • Optimizing Physician Peer Review Chart Rounds for Quality and Safety: The Essential Role of Medical Physicists
  • Development of in-Room Spectral X-Ray Imaging Technologies for Image Guided Radiation Therapy
  • Dosimetry and Radiation Safety Aspects in Lu-177 Therapeutics
  • Entrustable Professional Activities As a Tool for Resident Assessment and Feedback
  • Image Quality and New Technologies in X-Ray CT
  • Future of Breast Imaging: Specificity vs Affordability
  • MedPhys Slam
  • Outcomes and Toxicities
  • Current and Emerging Uses of Surface Guided Radiotherapy
  • Speed Mentoring at the AAPM Annual Meeting
  • ACR Updates for Imaging Physicists
  • Enhancing Radiation Risk Communication - Bridging the Gap between Science and Society
  • Joint IOMPAAPM Symposium: Hot Topics and Challenges in Patient and Facility Shielding
  • FLASH Biology and Mechanism
  • Machine Learning Applications
  • Monte Carlo Modeling in Radiation Biology and Radiation Chemistry: Where We Are, What We Challenged and Where We Go
  • PETCT Performance Evaluations
  • Imaging for Treatment Response
  • Lung Functional Imaging and Analysis
  • Deformable Image Registration and Segmentation
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Establishing Ground Truth in AI
  • MR-Guided Radiotherapy
  • MRI Acquisition and Reconstruction


Online Evaluation

The Online Evaluation system will remain open until Thursday, September 5, 2024, 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 13, 2024.

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