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Out of the Gray (Gy) Podcast

Out of the Gray (Gy) Podcast

The largest Radiation Therapy podcast in the world.

A look at the world of Radiation Oncology through the eyes of those on the front lines of cancer care. Interviews with the best minds in the field to discuss the best in new ideas, research and the future of Radiation Oncology Technology. Join us as we chat with members of Medical Physics, Medical Dosimetry, Radiation Therapy, Radiation Oncology Industry, Physics Professors, Educational Program Directors and more!

With Host Traci Conley

Traci Conley

The voice of Out of the Gray with a background in Radiation Therapy and more than 17 years experience in the industry.

Episodes

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OOTG Lee Culp

Episode 47 / Remote Planning updates with Lee Culp

Lee joins Out of the Gray (Gy) for an update on remote treatment planning! 
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Rajen Patel OOTG

Episode 46 / Burnout in Medical Physics with Rajen Patel

Rajen joins us for a second time to discuss the repercussions and potential healing opportunities for burnout in the medical physics/ radiation oncology / healthcare fields. 
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Guest Picture WN Duggar

Episode 45 / Improvements in Gynecological Cancer Treatment with MR featuring W. Neil Duggar, PhD – Assistant Professor and Lead Clinical Physicist at the University of Mississippi Medical Center

W. Neil Duggar joins Out of the Gray (Gy) to chat about how implementing MR helped improved patient success rates! 
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OOTG S Nayaranan

Episode 44 / PetCure — Radiation Oncology for pets with Radiation Therapist, Shivani Narayanan

Shivani Narayanan joins the show to discuss Radiation Oncology practices for our pets! We learn more about what the practices look like and how pet insurance can help pet owners seek treatment options. 
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Rajen Patel OOTG

Episode 43 / Communication and Soft Skills in RadOnc and Medical Physics with Rajen Patel, Medical Physicist

Rajen joins us to chat about the development and implementation of soft skills across RadOnc and Medical Physics. 
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M Goss OOTG

Episode 42 / Interdepartmental Cohesion and Radiating Hope with Matthew Goss

Medical Physicist and Mountain Climber, Mathew Goss joins us to discuss inter-departmental cohesion within clinics across a chain and offers insights about his work with Radiating Hope! 
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B Smith OOTG

Episode 41 / Taking Pride In Our Modality and Purpose In Our Profession with Brandon Smith, Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Champion

We join Brandon Smith on his journey to discuss the role of professional organizations in our field! #BeRAD
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Episode 40 / TrueNorth Medical Physics Commissioning Team (formerly Landauer Commissioning)

Join us as we introduce TrueNorth Medical Physics Commissioning Team! Matt Daniels, Robert Staton, Robert Hayward of True North Medical Physics along with Tim Durant and Naomi Morales-Medina share their insights on being part of a traveling commissioning group. This episode was recorded in December and after recording wrapped, Landauer sold the commissioning team to Matt, Robert and Rob. If you’d like to reach the team, feel free to do so here: 407−494−3868 or info@​truenorthmedphys.​com or you can schedule a chat with the team by scheduling a meeting at www​.truenorthmed​phys​.com
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Episode 39 / AI and the Future of Radiation Oncology with Christian Jamtheim Gustafsson, PhD, Medical Physicist and AI Researcher at Skane University Hospital in Sweden.

Join us as we chat about the coming potentials of AI in Radiation Oncology planning as QA with Christian Jamtheim Gustafsson, PhD of Sweden. 
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Episode 38 / Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity with Kelly C Paradis PhD, Associate Professor and Associate Chair of Equity and Wellness, Department of Radiation Oncology Michigan Medicine and Elizabeth Covington PhD, Associate Professor and Director of Quality…

Kelly Cooper Paradis, PhD and Elizabeth Covington, PhD join us to discuss Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Sexual Harassment in the field of Medical Physics and what leadership is doing to chart a course toward a brighter tomorrow for us all. TO REPORT AN INCIDENT: aapm​.ethic​s​point​.com OR (888) 516‑3915

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