To engage and connect the global service community to have a lasting positive impact on the quality of treatments that patients receive. This starts by having a single, collective voice to represent the interests of all service engineers. Critical to this objective is establishing an open-source environment where the community has shared input and ownership of what we do and how we do it.
To expand membership to over 200 engineers by 2023. This will require a commitment across all service communities to establish and invest in the value proposition for each member. This starts by answering the question of “why should I be an active member in the RSEA?” For starters, we have a shared passion for what we do and the impact it has on a patient’s life.
Define how we communicate and collaborate as a community.
Lead the drive towards building a global service community focused around the radiotherapy service engineer community.
Set view/vision for what “certification” means to our community.
Provide perspective on being a radiotherapy engineer as a profession (…not just a job).