The NACP symposium is a meeting primarily for medical physicists and will cover subjects of interest for medical physicists working within the fields of diagnostics and therapy. The meeting will focus on technical issues within diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy, and aims to include discussions of clinical practice.
The NACP 2020/21 Symposium - Digital Edition will include invited speakers and proffered papers in plenary and parallel sessions, live discussion forums, virtual poster rooms and virtual exhibition halls.
The overall theme for NACP2020/21 is "Novel medical technologies - applications, assessment, and implementation". In addition to a scientific program with invited talks trying to catch some of the most innovative and significant technologies and trends in the horizon, an important vision for the symposium is to facilitate dialog and interaction between medical physicists working at different institutions with research as well as clinical practice. Therefore, we encourage everyone to contribute to the program by submission of abstracts relating to medical physics.
The abstract format is limited to 3000 characters plus two figures or tables.
Abstract topics may include (but is not limited to):
MR, CT, X ray imaging
Educational and professional issues
Clinical practice and challenges
Fast track publication
As with the previous NACP symposia, the plan is to offer fast track publication of papers in NACP2020/21 special issues from relevant journals.
Our arrangement with MDPI Diagnostics is continuing. Arrangements are being negotiated with Acta Oncologica.
More information to be announced.
Timeline for abstract submission :
Abstract submission opens: December 17 2020
Abstract submission closing date: February 1 2021
Estimated abstract feedback: February 23 2021
Early bird registration deadline: February 26 2021
Contact for any enquires.
NACP2020 gratefully acknowledge oursponsors and exhibitors :
- GE Healthcare