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.
Apply now to be on the SROA Board of Directors. We are looking for members who have a strong desire to promote the mission of SROA, willingness to give back, and will contribute their knowledge and expertise to members. The deadline to apply is March 10, 2022.
As administrators, we cannot underestimate the value and impact of a comprehensive onboarding program. Onboarding is the first opportunity for new hires to get a true sense of our organization's culture.
People want to feel valued, heard, and understood in every environment. So, how do you know which team members want to be led in which way? First, seek to understand yourself, then seek to understand others. The way you communicate will lead to building or destroying your workplace culture.
Given the growing number of survivors––22.1 million survivors of cancer by 2030 according to American Cancer Society estimates––specific services will be needed to deal with long-term side effects and tools to help them maintain their quality of life.
How Speed Mentoring in Radiation Oncology Fostered A Long-Term Professional and Personal Friendship
The SROA Mentor Match program is a fantastic way to engage with peers. The program offers members unique networking and career development tools that help you connect, share experiences and get advice on specific problems.