BXTA Events Calendar – July – December 2022
The first six months of 2022 have seen a gradual return to in person events, and the team at BXTA has relished the opportunity to get face to face and connect with colleagues, partners and industry peers – as well as being able to demonstrate our latest advances and achievements. As we enter the second half of the year, this trend continues. We are pleased to share our upcoming events and look forward to seeing you there!
9th-10th September: Imperial Prostate Masterclass
BXTA will be attending the Imperial Prostate Masterclass, led by Prof. Hashim U. Ahmed. The event will be hosted in the Sir Alexander Fleming Building at the Imperial College London campus. John Alden, Commercial Director of Northern Europe, will be representing BXTA. John will be hosting a hands-on training session, to help others understand the use of the PrecisionPoint Transperineal Access System for local anaesthetic freehand transperineal biopsies in the prostate cancer diagnostic pathway.
22nd September: Cambridge Prostate mpMRI and biopsy course
Recent research suggests using mpMRI for lesion detection and biopsy avoidance in the diagnostic pathway. The Cambridge Prostate mpMRI and Biopsy course will focus on learning the skills required for this new diagnostic tool. John Alden, Commercial Director of Northern Europe, BXTA will be exhibiting at the course, demonstrating PrecisionPoint™.
23rd-24th September: Irish Society of Urology Annual Meeting
We are sponsoring the Irish Society of Urology Annual Meeting this year. The event will last 2 days and will be based in Killashee Hotel in Kildare, Ireland. The meeting programme includes five guest speakers within the Urology industry discussing areas of expertise for individuals to learn and expand their knowledge. John Alden, Commercial Director of Northern Europe will be attending the event on behalf of BXTA and we will be taking an exhibitor space focusing on PrecisionPoint™.
20th-24th September: DGU
This year marks the 75th DGU Congress event in Hamburg. Wilco Van Der Lugt and Norbert Paulus will be representing BXTA and exhibiting PrecisionPoint™ at stand H-214.
13th-14th October: UK and Ireland Prostate Brachytherapy User’s meeting
The UK and Ireland Prostate Brachytherapy User’s meeting was set up to help centres that develop brachytherapy improve and retain their expertise in all aspects of brachytherapy. This year John Alden, Laura Kedzlie, Emily Jarrold and Saheed Rashid from the BXTA team will all be in attendance at the conference.
21st October: USANZ Victoria Section Meeting
After more than 2 years, the Victoria Section Meeting will be face to face for the first time and will be held at The Events Centre, Collins Square in Melbourne. The event is expected to have a wide turnout of urologists, urology nurses, trainees and junior doctors. Nicola Leavold from BXTA will also be attending, promoting LDR Brachytherapy and PrecisionPoint™.
6th-8th November: BAUN
The British Association of Urological Nurses (BAUN) Conference runs from the 6th-8th November this year in Edinburgh. John Alden and the UK BXTA team will be attending the event. The conference will be an opportunity to access information, education and support so individuals and organisations can reflect, move forward and explore new, diverse roles. The conference will also provide an opportunity to understand unique ways of working and the vision of urological services in the future. BXTA is planning to hold a biopsy workshop demonstrating PrecisionPoint™.
11th November: NEUS
The North England Urological Society (NEUS) will be an all-day event held at the Durham County Cricket ground in Chester-Le-Street. The event will give individuals the opportunity to speak to a large number of Urologists from the North East; NEUS being the only event where all of the Urology departments in the North East meet. BXTA is excited to be attending this event.
1st-2nd December: The 2022 GEC Estro Workshop
After almost 2 years of virtual events, the GEC-ESTRO workshop will be held in person in Nice, France this year. The workshop aims to bring together the brachytherapy community, whilst giving individuals and organisations the opportunity to showcase their products and services.
This year’s theme is ‘Improving Brachytherapy Together,’ and will cover exciting new aspects of brachytherapy. Besides the scientific elements of the workshop, it will also include networking and educational activities amongst exhibitors. Wilco Van Der Lugt and John Alden will be attending this event on behalf of BXTA.