The 60th Annual Meeting & Exhibition of AAPM is the result of many hours of thoughtful consideration of content and ideas.
Why would you choose to attend the world's largest program of scientific, educational and professional presentations and exhibits in the medical physics community? Why wouldn’t you?
We offer symposia, panel discussions, courses and workshops on the latest medical physics topics. Our exhibit hall provides the perfect opportunity to connect with vendors, learn about new products and services and seek technical support.
The theme for the meeting is "Beyond the Future!" To adapt for the changes approaching medical physics, we have to plan further ahead than five years, beyond what we can predict. At this meeting, we will work toward plotting a course for AAPM for the future.
We encourage you to attend the July 2018 meeting in Nashville, TN. All sessions will take place in the new Music City Center in the heart of downtown. The city, already known for its unique mix of music, is also quickly becoming a foodie favorite. Start planning now to join your colleagues Nashville. See you soon!
The American Association of Physicists in Medicine invites you to exhibit at the AAPM 60th Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Nashville.
AAPM is a scientific and professional organization, founded in 1958, composed of more than 8000 scientists whose clinical practice is dedicated to ensuring accuracy, safety and quality in the use of radiation in medical procedures such as medical imaging and radiation therapy. We are generally known as medical physicists and are uniquely positioned across medical specialties due to our responsibility to connect the physician to the patient through the use of radiation producing technology in both diagnosing and treating people. The responsibility of the medical physicist is to assure that the radiation prescribed in imaging and radiation therapy is delivered accurately and safely.
One of the primary goals of AAPM is the identification and implementation of improvements in patient safety for the medical use of radiation in imaging and radiation therapy.