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The Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO) is an independent organization that represents radiation oncology residents
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Simul Parikh, Dad/Husband/MD Nov 15
With all the talk of (lack of) jobs, wanted to talk about mine. I work for an MDACC affiliate, one of the oldest and strongest connections. Having worked in private practice, this was quite a change. Here are some thoughts:
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Stephen Rosenberg, MD Nov 15
Great work by a fantastic group of educators looking at the transition to independent practice in Rad Onc and what may help us better tailor resident education:
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AAWR Nov 4
Attention all attendees! Have you signed up for ? This dynamic session is INVALUABLE for residents, fellows, and career radiologists of all levels! Be sure to join us for this great opportunity! RSVP here ->
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Henning Willers, MD Nov 4
SCHOLAR-IN-TRAINING (SIT) chair, outgoing chair + incoming chair suggest that residents should consider joining assuming their interest in goes beyond just passing exam 😅
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VUMC Radiat Oncology Nov 13
Did you know? subsidizes unexpected childcare - Great for our residents and faculty with young children
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Shankar Siva Sep 15
Hello peeps! From the science council; This is to all the research-minded residents out there - - new opportunities for fellowships with industry partners, hopefully building relationships for life. Please circulate!
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Elaine M. Zeman, PhD Nov 12
We have lift-off of my radiation/cancer biology educator survey! Be sure to check your e-mail (and spam folder) accordingly. If you happen to teach at least a few biology lectures to residents and did NOT receive an invite, please let me know, and I'll add you to the list.
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ASTRO Nov 13
(1/3) ASTRO strongly opposes new Hospital Outpatient Supervision Policy
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Chelain Goodman, MD PhD Nov 12
asked to convene a subcommittee for graduate medical education charged to discuss this and develop consensus recommendations for 1) What a graduating rad onc should know, and 2) What is required of a rad onc training program to achieve this?
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Rahul Tendulkar Nov 11
This growth rate in residency positions is unsustainable. Prior to the CMS supervision policy change, the optimist in me thought a gradual decline would eventually achieve a steady state. Now, it should be clear a contraction is inevitable, and soon.
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ARRO Nov 11
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Jordan Kharofa Nov 10
I’m hopeful we will match 2 quality candidates this year. If we don’t fill a slot, we will NOT take a candidate in the SOAP without prior Rad onc interest (ie no rotation) for the sake of filling slots. We (PDs and chairs) should be able to commit to this publicly. Low bar IMO
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ARRO Nov 10
Great! (This isn’t about post-interview communication, though..)
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Robert C. Miller, MD Nov 9
FYI Good clinical reference on skin cancer reirradiation
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SWRO Nov 8
Thank you so much to all the people who contributed to make Day 2019 a HUGE success and the work you do everyday caring for patients and performing research!
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ARRO Nov 7
The ARRO Executive Committee is full of supporting residents across the country!
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NRG Oncology Nov 7
Today is Marie Curie's birthday. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize & whose groundbreaking research led to the development of . We celebrate Marie & all the incredible women working in radiation oncology.
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ASTRO Nov 7
Happy Day! Thank you to all the amazing and who contribute so much to the field! Check out our latest video where , , , speak on the importance of
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