Come to our headquarters in Melbourne, Florida, for hands-on QA and Dosimetry training. Our facility features a new-in-2017 linear accelerator, and multiple OIS and treatment planning systems. CE and application-specific coursework available.
Sun Nuclear hosts live webinars as part of our commitment to Radiation Oncology education and improvement. Presented by clinical users and our own product experts, sessions often feature professional or content independent of Sun Nuclear solutions.
This bi-annual, educational event for Medical Physicists and Dosimetrists gathers industry leaders and clinicians to discuss important topics in Quality Management for Radiation Oncology. The only event of its kind, our next QADS is in 2020.
An ever-growing body of evidence exists on the application of Sun Nuclear solutions to shape Quality Management and enhance Patient Safety. We’ve collected key studies and organized by product for your convenience.
Sun Nuclear serves customers worldwide working in diverse fields with a common focus: fighting cancer. Our mission: To Enable Healthier Lives by Improving the Avoidance, Detection and Treatment of Cancer.
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