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Medical Physics Licensure and Regulatory Recognition Subcommittee (JMPLSC)

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Charge

The charge of this joint subcommittee is to make available resources to aid the adoption of Medical Physics professional licensure in the United States of America. The Joint Medical Physics Licensure Subcommittee shall:

  1. Coordinate the efforts of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) and the American College of Medical Physics (ACMP) toward a common position and strategy in support of medical physics professional licensure.
  2. Develop recommended minimum standards for state licensure laws.
  3. Develop recommendations containing background information, suggested strategy, and a suggested Medical Physics Licensure Act and Rules, for use by medical physicists and others engaged in promoting the passage of a medical physics licensure law in a US state or commonwealth.
  4. Annually prepare a report, beginning in May 2007, describing the status of state licensure efforts and providing recommendations for the AAPM’s and ACMP’s continued roles in promoting licensure.
By-Laws:Not Referenced.Rules: Not Referenced.
Approved Date(s):n/a
Committee Keywords: JMPLSC
Chair

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2022 Roster

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VOTING AppointmentsThere are 3 voting members.

up-to-dateCarla D. Bradford, PhD

9/13/2021 - 12/31/2024 Chair,  Unit No. 18 - Massachusetts State (ex officio)

needs updatingLalith Kumaraswamy, PhD

7/30/2019 - 12/31/2022 Committee Vice Chair

needs updatingXiaohong Joe Zhou, PhD

1/1/2021 - 12/31/2023 Member
NON-VOTING AppointmentsThere are 0 non-voting members and guests.
HQ Team Appointed to CommitteeThere are 0 staff.



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