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The Anatomy and Radiology Contouring Bootcamp

The comprehensive anatomy and radiology course with hands-on contouring practice

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The Anatomy and Radiology Contouring Bootcamp includes:

  • video lectures designed by anatomists, radiologists, surgeons, and radiation oncologists
  • cadaveric anatomy lab videos led by anatomy graduate students
  • contouring practice
  • quizzes to make sure you are keeping up!

The original in-person ARC Bootcamp started in 2013 and has trained over 200 residents from around the world over several years. The course remains in high demand, often selling out within days.

Since the course fills up every year, we created this online version to help meet the demand for the course, and to give residents an option to participate in the course without the need for travel.

The Bootcamp is a valuable tool for anyone wanting to learn normal anatomy and radiology correlates, even if you are not studying radiation oncology. For many years, the Bootcamp included CAMPEP Medical Physics PhD students who needed anatomy as part of their curriculum.

If you are from a low- or middle-income country, please see below for more registration options.

Access to the Bootcamp is for one year from the date of registration.

Preview the introductory lecture below!



Bootcamp Creators


David Palma, MD, PhD is a Radiation Oncologist at the London Health Sciences Centre in Canada. His anatomy teaching starting as a medical student when he designed CD-based teaching programs for the anatomy department at Western University. Dr. Palma has led several radiation-related randomized trials, and he is the chair of the Canadian Pulmonary Radiotherapy Investigators Group.



Jasbir Jaswal, MD is a Radiation Oncologist at the British Columbia Cancer Agency, with a focus on brachytherapy and medical education. She co-led the design and piloting of the Bootcamp curriculum as a resident in 2011-2012 and has co-led the planning for all sessions since.



Leah D'Souza, MSc is a graduate of Western University's Clinical Anatomy program and is now a medical student at University College Cork in Ireland. As part of her Master's degree, she worked with Dr. Jaswal to develop the original curriculum and continues to co-lead the planning and implementation of each Bootcamp.




Madeleine Norris, MSc is a PhD student in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Western University. Her research focuses on the the effectiveness of the design and delivery of anatomical sciences in the current undergraduate medical education curriculum. She has led the cadaveric anatomy portion of the Bootcamp for several years.



Paige Eansor, MSc is a PhD student in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Western University. Her research focuses on the effectiveness of the design and delivery of flipped anatomy laboratory sessions in undergraduate education. She has been a teaching assistant for the cadaveric anatomy sessions at previous Bootcamps, and she runs the online laboratory sessions in this course.

Course Curriculum


  Introduction
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  Closing Evaluations, Answers and Wrap-Up
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Fees, Discounts and Refund Policy

This course is run on a not-for-profit basis. The fee is set at a level to defray the costs of developing and running the course. Any extra revenue beyond these costs will be given to the London Health Sciences Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting cancer research.

Groups of 5 or more receive a 25% discount. Please email us to obtain specific log-in information for your group.

For students from low- and middle-income countries, as defined by the American College of Physicians (Tier 2 or Tier 3 on their website) , please email us for registration details.

If you change your mind within 30 days of purchase, we will refund your money - just send us an email.


Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start?
The course starts now! It is a fully online pre-recorded course, so you can work at your own speed. To help keep you on pace, each new section is released to you about every 3-7 days..
How long do I have access to the course?
You have access to the course and EduCase (the contouring program) for 1 year.
How do I contour?
This course uses the EduCase contouring program (www.educase.com), which is used at major radiation oncology conferences. You will receive an EduCase log-in once you register. For each contouring exercise, EduCase automatically compares your contours against a gold standard and gives you feedback, up to 3 tries for each structure.
More questions?
Email us at [email protected]

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