Jackie Middleton

Faculty Service Officer, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Oncology Dept


Faculty Service Officer, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Oncology Dept
(780) 492-3794
3-12 J University Terrace
8303 - 112 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2T4


ONCOL 355 - Treatment Planning and Dosimetry I

The foundation of radiation therapy treatment planning considering radiation dose deposition within the patient. Characteristics of radiation beams, and the intricacies of treatment calculations are applied in order to develop an appropriate treatment strategy for typical tumor locations. The course covers the use of low and high energy X-ray, electron and Cobalt60 for a variety of treatment techniques.

Fall Term 2020
RADTH 401 - Radiation Therapy Research Methodology

Students will be provided an introduction to health research methods and develop skills in: critical appraisal of qualitative and quantitative studies, principles of research ethics, use of statistical methods, and application of evidence-based practices. A research proposal related to the science or clinical evaluation of radiation therapy practice will be completed to prepare students for the implementation of their research projects in RADTH 460/461. Prerequisites: RADTH 260 and RADTH 328.

Fall Term 2020

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