Membership & Services

Membership & Services

Become part of an active and engaged network of medical physicists who are committed to professional development and patient care excellence.

Membership
Community & Partnerships

Community & Partnerships

COMP works in partnership with national and provincial stakeholders to share knowledge, develop guidelines and conduct research related to physics in medicine.

Community & Partnerships
Career & Education

Career & Education

COMP provides support at every stage of a medical physicist's career and is a resource for students, residents and practicing medical physicists.

Career
Publications

Publications

COMP publishes scientific and technical information related to the field of medical physics and serves as an expert resource working in partnership with other organizations.

InterACTIONS
Career Centre

Career Centre

Employment opportunities may be advertised through COMP in a variety of ways. Positions may be e-mailed immediately to all COMP members, posted on this website, and/or appear in the next quarterly issue of the professional newsletter of the COMP and CCPM, InterACTIONS. Please refer to the job advertisement options and fee schedule below for more details. All postings will include social media channels (Twitter, Facebook). If a closing date for a website job posting is not specified, it will be assigned a closing date of two months from the date of posting.

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