IOMP Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1, April 2019

The International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP) is proud to announce the first issue of its Newsletter. Please click here to open the newsletter. IOMP NEWSLETTER, VOL. 1, NO. 1, APRIL 2019 Table of Contents -IOMP President’s message. – Medical physicist: Approved as a Health Professional in Croatia. – FREE...

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FAMPO Newsletter (Vol. 1, No. 2)

FAMPO released the 2nd issue of its organizational newsletter. In this issue… – President’s Corner – IAEA RTC in Zambia – GHC Summit in Tanzania – IOMP Accreditation Board – Secondary Cancer Risks – IAEA Installs New RT Equipment – Egypt and Japan Collaborate in Medical Physics – Train-the-Trainers Workshop...

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IAEA Technical Meeting on Radiation Exposure of Patients

The IAEA held a technical meeting 4-6 March 2019 on Cumulative radiation exposure of patients from recurrent radiological imaging procedures. The meeting discussed results available to date and deliberated on interpretation and recommended actions. It was observed that the number of patients with cumulative effective dose (CED) ≥100 mSv is much...

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IAEA and IOMP join hands in conducting webinars

The first webinar in the series shall be held on 16th April 2019 on CT diagnostic reference levels- Experience of the United States CT Diagnostic Reference Levels – experience of the United States with Dr. Kalpana Kanal PARTICIPATION IS FREE Register for this webinar

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EJMP becomes official publication of IOMP

Physica Medica – European Journal of Medical Physics (EJMP), official organ of EFOMP, AIFM, SFPM, IAPM, CAMP, HAMP, has become official publication of the International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP). The Memorandum of Understanding among the Organization, the Federation and the Society has been just signed by IOMP, EFOMP and...

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IAEA Competition

New Competition: Towards a Strong Radiation Safety Culture in Medicine Radiation medical professionals and students can submit proposals to be included in an IAEA training program demonstrating a strong radiation safety culture in healthcare. The deadline for submissions is 30 April, and the top three participants will receive a travel...

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