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Report No. 036 - Essentials and Guidelines for Hospital Based Medical Physics Residency Training Programs (1990)

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In the fall of 1988, Faiz M. Khan, Ph.D., then President-Elect of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, established the Presidential Ad Hoc Committee on the Clinical Training of Radiological Physicists for the following purposes: 1. To gather, summarize, and analyze data concerning professional issues which relate to the education and training of medical radiological physicists such as job responsibilities, manpower, and financial support. and 2. To develop a detailed description of a hospital-based education and training program for medical radiological physicists which would include basic education requirements, course work, clinical training, and the necessary prerequisites for certification.

ISBN: 978-1-563960-32-1
Presidential Ad Hoc Committee on Clinical Training of Radiological Physicists

This report has been revised - see Report #249 and Report #90

Edward S. Sternick, Richard G. Evans, E. Roblert Heitzman, James G. Kereiakes, Edwin C. McCullough, Richard L. Morin, J. Thomas Payne, James A. Purdy, Nagalingam Suntharalingam, James A. Deye, Jack S. Krohmer, Alfred R. Smith

Committee Responsible: Education Council

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