October 19th, 26th and 2nd of November 2020
Time:  2000-2045 HRS CET - check your time zone

Learning from Clinical errors in Radiotherapy:
Sharing learning from different countries

Learning objectives:
1. To understand how to analyse in practice a radiotherapy error
2. To be aware that several contributing factors and the failure of several barriers in the organisation could lead to an accident
3. To understand how to draw up an action plan to share the learning and to reduce the risk error

1. Episode 1, 2020.10.19: a clinical case in the Netherlands

Speaker: Jesse Clarijs – de Jong, member of the expert board of PRISMA-RT and senior radiographer/quality officer at Holland Proton Therapy Centre 
Chair: Charlotte Beardmore (Chair EFRS RT Committee) & Anastasia Sarchosoglou (EFRS RT Committee)


Episode 2, 2020.10.26: a clinical case in the UK 

Speaker: Martin Duxbury, Therapeutic Radiographer, Leeds Cancer Centre, UK.  Clinical representative on the national Patient Safety in Radiotherapy Steering Group (Public Health England). 
Chair: Charlotte Beardmore (Chair EFRS RT Committee) & Eric Sundqvist (EFRS RT Committee)


Episode 3, 2020.11.02: a clinical case in Belgium 

Speaker: Severine Cucchiaro, Quality and Risk Manager at the Radiation Oncology department in Liège (Belgium) 
Chair: Charlotte Beardmore (Chair EFRS RT Committee) & Gianfranco Brusadin (EFRS RT Committee)