The Association for Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO) presents numerous educational resources addressing key areas of importance in clinical radiation oncology, radiation physics, radiation biology, cancer biology, clinical trial design and more. Opportunities include ARROCase, ARRO Image Challenge. and Meet me in Treatment Planning. Please find details below:
ARROCase is a peer-reviewed publicly accessible educational database including case vignettes and contouring examples for residents in radiation oncology. This resources aims to highlight key aspects of radiotherapy for different disease sites through sample cases. Categories include CNS and pediatric malignancies; breast cancer; gastrointestinal tract; genitourinary cancer; gynecologic malignancies; head, neck and skin; lymphoma/leukemia; lung and mediastinum; and soft tissue and bone.
ARRO Image Challenge
Resident-designed educational cases based on interesting imaging studies, clinical pictures, or mystery objects are available for review.
ASTRO-ARRO Meet Me in Treatment Planning Webinars
Radiation oncology residents consistently report that plan evaluation is an aspect of residency training that is lacking. The goal of these webinar series is to allow a site-specific expert to lead residents through the key components of plan evaluation. These 45-minute live webinar sessions will be co-led by a resident, attending and dosimetrist/physicist, and will allow the opportunity for resident participation and questions.
For additional information on ARRO and its offerings, please visit https://www.astro.org/Affiliate/ARRO/About-ARRO.Back To Top
ARRO educational offerings: ARROCase, Image Challenge, Meet Me in Treatment Planning. Appl Rad Oncol.