Announcements History

(11/06/19) RadOncQuestions is seeking four motivated residents to join our team as Resident Editors for 2020. Resident editors will receive a free subscription, a $500 honorarium in exchange for reviewing current content, and the opportunity to earn up to $1,000 by writing up to 50 new questions. Resident Editors will collaborate with faculty disease site editors and senior editors when editing or creating content. Qualified applicants must be PGY-4 trainees in an ACGME-accredited radiation oncology residency program in the United States.

If interested, please send the following to support@radoncquestions.com:

1) Current CV
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3) Prior in-service score reports

Applications will be accepted until December 8, 2019.

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(7/5/19) Congratulations to the residents/new attendings who just completed training and good luck to all our users on your upcoming written boards.

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(6/6/19) RadOncQuestions is seeking two motivated individuals to join our team as the CNS and Palliative editors.  Applicants must be at the PGY5 training level or an attending radiation oncologist.  If interested, please send your CV and a brief one paragraph personal statement to support@radoncquestions.com.

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(2/24/19) RadOncQuestions is excited to announce a formal build-out of our "Radiation and Cancer Biology" and "Radiation Physics" sections. Over the next 2 months we will be significantly expanding the number of questions on these two topics.  We aim to add ~400 Radiation and Cancer Biology questions and ~400 Radiation Physics questions.  These will be added on a rolling basis and will be included in the general question bank at no extra charge to current or new subscribers.  The new question content will be guided by the ASTRO Radiation Physics Curriculum and the ASTRO Radiation Biology Curriculum Guidelines.  Content will reference high-yield study resources including McDermott and Orton's The Physics & Technology of Radiation Therapy 2nd ed, Khan and Gibbons Khan's The Physics of Radiation Therapy 5th ed, and Hall and Giaccia's Radiobiology for the Radiologist 8th ed.  Additional cancer biology questions will reference other resources identified by our team of editors.  We look forward to bringing this content to our resident users in time for the 2019 board exam cycle.  In addition, we look forward to critical comments and feedback on the new questions to help refine and improve the content.

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(1/26/19) Attention diplomates of the American Board of Radiology (ABR) - the annual ABR Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Continuing Medical Education (CME) lookback is due March 1.  Don't forget that 25/75 of your CME credits need to be "SA-CME."  If you need SA-CME credits for this year's lookback consider the free 5-credit AJCC 8th edition module.

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(10/28/18) RadOncQuestions is seeking four motivated residents to join our team as Resident Editors for 2019.  Resident editors will receive a free subscription, a $500 honorarium in exchange for reviewing current content, and the opportunity to earn up to $1,000 by writing up to 50 new questions.  Resident Editors will collaborate with faculty disease site editors and senior editors when editing or creating content.  Qualified applicants must be PGY-4 trainees in an ACGME-accredited radiation oncology residency program in the United States.

If interested, please send a current CV, brief personal statement (less than a half page), and prior in-service score reports to support@radoncquestions.com.  Applications will be accepted until November 30, 2018.

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(10/8/18) RadOncQuestions is seeking three motivated individuals to join our team as Thoracic, GU, and Radiation Biology editors.  Applicants must be at the PGY5 training level or an attending radiation oncologist.  If interested, please send your CV and a brief one paragraph personal statement to support@radoncquestions.com.

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(7/1/18) Congratulations to the residents/new attendings who just completed training.  Good luck from the RadOncQuestions team on your upcoming written boards.

Happy studying!

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(1/6/18) The semi-annual database reset will become available on 1/15/18.  Happy studying!

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(12/10/17) RadOncQuestions is seeking three motivated residents to join our team as Resident Editors for 2018.  Resident editors will receive a free subscription, a $500 stipend in exchange for reviewing current content, and the opportunity to earn up to $1,000 by writing up to 50 new questions.  Resident Editors will collaborate with faculty disease site editors and senior editors when editing or creating content.  Qualified applicants must be PGY-4 or PGY-5 trainees in an ACGME-accredited radiation oncology residency program in the United States.

If interested, please send a current CV, brief personal statement (less than a half page), and prior in-service score reports to support@radoncquestions.com.  Applications will be accepted until December 31, 2017.

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(11/21/17) The AJCC Cancer Staging Manual 8th edition was released in late 2016.  The official date for implementation in the clinic is 1/1/18.  RadOncQuestions will be actively updating existing questions to reflect the changes in the AJCC 8th edition over the next 5 weeks.  We appreciate your patience as we make this transition.  Please contact support@radoncquestions.com with any questions or concerns.

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(8/5/17) If you haven't already, please CLICK HERE to complete the annual RadOncQuestions user survey.  The survey takes less than 5 minutes.  Your anonymous feedback and suggestions help us to continue to improve RadOncQuestions.com.  Thanks in advance!

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(7/2/17) RadOncQuestions site editors, management, and staff wish all of the recent residency graduates the best of luck with their upcoming written clinical boards!

Thanks to all the users who are providing thoughtful and critical comments.  We are working diligently to address them.  Your comments help us greatly to improve RadOncQuestions for future users.

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(5/11/17) The AJCC Cancer Staging Manual 8th edition was released in late 2016.  The official date for implementation is 1/1/18.  Per the AJCC, all newly diagnosed cases should be staged per the 7th edition until 1/1/18.  RadOncQuestions will not actively update existing questions to reflect the changes in the AJCC 8th edition until late Fall.  Please contact support@radoncquestions.com with any questions or concerns.

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(3/22/17) RadOncQuestions is seeking a motivated individual to join our team as the Radiation Biology editor.  Applicants must be a PGY5 resident or attending radiation oncologist with a strong background in radiation biology.  If interested, please send your CV and a brief one paragraph personal statement to support@radoncquestions.com.  Applications will be accepted through Friday 4/21/17.

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(02/17/17) Join Radiation Nation @rad_nation this weekend to discuss Global Radiation Oncology on #radonc journal club.

Check out http://radonc.radiationnation.com/global-health-radiotherapy-expanding-cancer-care/ for more info.

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(2/10/17) RadOncQuestions is seeking a motivated individual to join our team as the Thoracic editor.  Applicants must be at the PGY5 training level or an attending radiation oncologist.  If interested, please send your CV and a brief one paragraph personal statement to support@radoncquestions.com.  Applications will be accepted through Friday 3/10/17.

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(1/26/17) Check out the #radonc Twitter talk Sunday January 29 from 3-4pm EST on delay in initiating radiotherapy for breast cancer: http://radonc.radiationnation.com/delay-initiating-breast-radiotherapy/.

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(01/16/17) All active subscribers had a "Free Database Reset" activated on January 15, 2017.  Happy studying!

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