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TG-100 Train the Trainer Workshop

Who Should Attend

The target audience is clinical medical physicists, dosimetrists, therapists, administrators, and regulators who have a strong familiarity with the TG-100 recommendations, principles, and techniques. Someone who has attended a full-day workshop would fit this description, as would someone who has completed an initial round of implementation of the TG-100 approach in their clinic (i.e. someone who has a working familiarity with process mapping, FMEA, at least rudimentary fault tree analysis, and Quality Management program review/design).

If you would like to have the skills and confidence to share these techniques with others by being a resource and instructor to others in your clinic or region—this workshop is for you! Please note, content will be customized to the makeup of the participant group, so professionals from radiation therapy, diagnostic imaging, and nuclear medicine will all benefit from the workshop.

About this Workshop

Individuals who complete this workshop will be able to confidently organize and effectively conduct a workshop in their community (whether associated with a chapter/society activity or an internal health-system training event for colleagues).

Working Group on the Implementation of TG-100

The networking and support does not end once the workshop closes.  The members of WG100 are willing to assist with a comprehensive curriculum (slide sets and exercises), and can even act as informal "consultants" to an organizer along the way if desired.  We have supported numerous informational and training sessions to date, and stand ready to help you meet the goals for your group/clinic.

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Objectives & Outline


To grow the community of individuals qualified to train others in risk-analysis-based generation of quality management through instruction, hands-on exercises, brainstorming, and question-and-answer sessions.

  July 18 - 19, 2024
  Plaza 1 & 2, Level 3 at the JW Marriott L.A. Live

Thursday, July 18
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Introduction, Learning Objectives, TG-100 Original Motivation and Objectives M. Saiful Huq
Frank Rath
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Risk-Based Quality Management Programs and Introduction to Quality Management Frameworks Iris Z. Wang
Luis E. Fong de los Santos
Morning Break (10:00 AM - 10:30 AM)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM The TG-100 Tools and Team Frank Rath
Dean Hobbis
Lunch Break (12:00 PM - 1:30 PM)
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Process Mapping and Successful Workflow Design Kelly Kisling
Iris Z. Wang
Afternoon Break (3:00 PM - 3:30 PM)
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Risk Assessment and Complex Hazard Analysis Luis E. Fong de los Santos
M. Saiful Huq
Friday, July 19
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Troubleshooting the Implementation Grace Gwe-Ya Kim
Mohammad Bakhtiari
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Leveraging Technology to Reduce Barriers Dean Hobbis
Grace Gwe-Ya Kim
Morning Break (10:00 AM - 10:30 AM)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Clinical Team Member vs Facilitator: Balancing Your Skills Elizabeth Noel Christian
Kelly Kisling
Lunch Break (12:00 PM - 1:30 PM)
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Teaching, Engaging, and Supporting Within Your Network Courtney Buckey
Elizabeth Noel Christian
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Putting All the Skills Into Your Toolbox Mohammad Bakhtiari
Courtney Buckey


The meeting is limited to 40 people. Upon reaching full capacity, you have the option to join the waitlist. Should a spot become available, and you are already registered for the Annual Meeting, your credit card on file will be charged automatically, and a new receipt will be issued to you. If you are exclusively registering for this event, you will receive an email prompting you to proceed with the payment submission process.

Note: This specialty meeting will not be recorded for future viewing by participants nor stored in the Virtual Library.

The In-Person registration fee includes:

  • Two coffee breaks daily, all meals will be on your own.
  • Direct daily access to ten experts in prospective risk management and the design of risk-informed quality management programs.
  • A low participant-to-faculty ratio (maximum of 4:1) for in-depth discussions of strategies and techniques that will work for your unique practice setting.
  • Ample hands-on time to re-familiarize yourself with the TG-100 principles and understand the best practices for teaching them to others who have heterogeneous backgrounds and experiences.
  • Continuing access to the members of WG100 for assistance as you begin the training process in your department, region, or professional organization.

The Train-the-Trainer Workshop will be submitted to the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Programs, Inc. (CAMPEP) for MPCEC Credits in In-Person attendance only.

Please carefully review Categories & Fees before registering.


Course Directors
  • Courtney Buckey. PhD*, Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Saiful Huq, PhD*, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
  • Frank Rath, MS*, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Course Faculty
  • Mohammad Bakhtiari, PhD*, WellSpan, Chambersburg , Pennsylvania
  • Elizabeth Noël Christian, MS*, Pearlman Cancer Center, Dothan , Alabama
  • Luis E. Fong de los Santos, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
  • Dean Hobbis, PhD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, PhD, University of California, San Diego
  • Kelly Kisling, PhD, MS*, University of California, San Diego
  • Iris Z. Wang, PhD*, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Buffalo , New York

* Indicates a current member of WG100