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The MRV Chapter of the AAPM holds at least one meeting annually. Meetings are a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues, learn about trends in the field of Medical Physics, and interact with vendors. 

Please join us for our MRV AAPM Fall Workshop

Small Field Dosimetry

Saturday, October 15th 2022


Workshop Details

This Fall, the MRV AAPM would like to host a small-field dosimetry workshop in Kansas City, KS. This will be held on Saturday, October 15th 2022 at the University of Kansas Medical Center. We anticipate a full day workshop with food and refreshments provided. Please mark your calendars and make every effort to attend. This workshop is being funded by the MRV AAPM chapter. 

We are honored to have UWADCL director, Wesley Culberson, PhD DABR, FAAPM and Zac Labby, Ph.D., both from the University of Wisconsin—Madison to lead this engaging workshop. 

Please consider donating to the Med Phys Slam/Early Career's Symposium/Student Trainee fund. Donations can be made by check, PayPal (

Our Night Out Event on Friday, October 14th 2022 at 7pm will take place at the Brio Italian Grille on 502 Nichols Drive, Kansas City, MO 64112. Join us for a night of socializing and networking with other physicists.

Agenda Link



The registration cost will be $110 (+$8.33 Fee) for members/non-members.

Register here


Consider staying at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites which is right opposite the conference site. Breakfast is provided by hotel.

Address: 3932 Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66103.

Update: no group rates are available.


Park at 4001 Rainbow Blvd, in the large lot on the North side of the facility. Free parking for this event.

Chapter Business Meeting

The business meeting will be held at the end of the conference on October 15th 2022. We will discuss old and new business including planning for the fall meeting. There will also be reports from the board rep and secretary/treasurer. 

Meeting and Speaker Evaluation Forms for CE credits

This meeting has applied to CAMPEP for 3.75 MPCEC credits.

Please direct any questions to​

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