ASTRO posts drafts of clinical practice guidelines, white papers and other documents for public comment before they are finalized and sent to ASTRO's Board of Directors for approval. The public comment period is an integral part of guidance development, and is preceded by a series of reviews and revisions and may be followed by a final peer review if the document is submitted to a journal for publication. ASTRO encourages those in the radiation oncology field to comment and then share with colleagues, producing a more robust public response.
IHE-RO Interoperability Survey - Open through November 30, 2021
IHE-RO is an AAPM/ASTRO supported international group of physicists, physicians, programmers, and others, from private practice, academics, and industry, working together to design specifications for how systems should interact. We need to hear from you, the end users who are using multiple systems in radiation oncology. Please answer the following questions so that we can develop new Use Cases. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Your responses will be treated with confidentiality.