The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) today opens its New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) at Millennium Hotel and Copthorne Hotel in Queenstown.
The three-day conference will see nearly 300 clinical radiologists, radiation oncologists, researchers, and allied health professionals from USA, Australia, and New Zealand coming together to discuss cutting-edge medical imaging technology and key findings, discover the trend in radiology practices, and explore new solutions to the diagnosis and treatment of life-threatening cancers including breast cancer, prostate cancer, and lung cancer.
Clin A/Prof Sanjay Jeganathan, RANZCR President, said: “New Zealand has recently undergone a major milestone reform of its healthcare system, which has brought about many challenges and opportunities for our professions. Our annual scientific meeting is that time of the year for clinical radiologists and radiation oncologists to reflect on our learnings and embrace new techniques during the change to foster medical advancements that will improve patient outcomes.”
“It is of utmost importance that we take this opportunity to be away from busy, stressful day-to-day clinical practices to connect and reconnect - a way of taking care of our wellbeing,” added A/Prof Jeganathan.
In addition, the New Zealand ASM offers ample learning opportunities for trainees of both disciplines including teaching sessions and workshops, a range of social networking events and exhibitions for delegates as well as prizes and awards to recognise industry excellence and honour individual contribution.
To view the full program, please visit https://www.ranzcr2022.co.nz/scientific-program.
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