SROA provides the most current, relevant, and helpful information that impacts radiation oncology practices and departments on a daily basis--whether in a hospital system, university setting, or freestanding environment.
As a membership association serving a niche profession, SROA provides an essential network of expertise and resources for radiation oncology administrators to improve and advance their management of organizational operations, finance, research and human resources.
From time to time we need to adjust for rising costs, to make new investments in technology and staffing, and to focus on growing your capacity to better serve your clients. In 2021 SROA will go through a dues restructure with a new membership term and rates.
"I remember very clearly that my oncologist scribbled on the back of my referral for a follow-up test. It said '3A GCT.' That was the very first time I was introduced to my stage and the type of cancer I had, and I had just met my oncologist," she said.
Lee Silber joined SROA to discuss generations during his "Generation We" webinar. Silber, an award-winning author of 26 books, including two best sellers, spoke about the multigenerational workforce, what makes each generation special and commonalities with each generation.
Tackling Diversity and Inclusion in Radiation Oncology Through A Broader Lens
People misconstrue diversity. Diversity encompasses many groups depending upon what is underrepresented in the field," said Dr. Maria L. Soto-Greene, who is nationally known for her work in diversity, inclusion, health equity and social justice.
SROA recently hosted a COVID-19 Q&A webinar session with four Board members. The members discussed what their facilities are doing to manage the CDC guidelines and the changing dynamic of the COVID-19 pandemic. All questions asked during the webinar were from SROA members.
Strategies for Diversifying the Radiation Oncologist Workforce
This blog post sources its content from "Diversity Matters", an article published in SROA's quarterly news publication Radiation Oncology News for Administrators in April 2020. Published studies and statistics show that cancer patients from underrepresented populations tend to have poorer health outcomes. According to a 2017 ASCO Post article