The Radiation Injury Treatment Network (RITN) will be hosting its 6th biennial workshop titled – “Crisis in context: Minding the gaps in medical preparedness for a Rad/Nuke incident” in Arlington, VA on July 30-31, 2019.
The workshop materials are up on www.RITN.net and online registration is open! To learn more, see RITN's flyer.
This workshop is intended for physicians and other healthcare providers, support staff, hospital and hospital system administrators, emergency managers, research scientists, and appropriate federal agency staff involved in radiation response and treatment of patients with radiation-induced bone marrow injury are invited.
Possible interested parties may be: hematology and oncology physicians and nursing staff, drug development researchers, both basic science and clinical researchers in the radiation research and oncology communities, interested government and business leaders, hospital administrators, public health and emergency management planners, and RITN center staff.
Abstracts will be considered for oral presentation; if interested, please submit your proposal through the link provided by March 1st.
If you have any questions, please contact RITN at email@example.com