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Call for Volunteers: COMP Communications Committee Initiatives

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The COMP Communications Committee is formalizing and focusing some of its initiatives through the creation of two new sub-committees.  Additionally, we are seeking new representation on the History sub-committee.  Details of the opportunities available within each sub-committee are provided below.  Please respond to lesley.baldwin@ahs.ca with your interest ASAP.  Chairs of each sub-committee will report back to the Communications Committee where they will be regarded as standing members. We welcome your diverse perspectives and look forward to adding your unique energy to our team!

InterACTIONS Sub-committee

Opportunities: work with the InterACTIONS Editor to plan content for quarterly issues, solicit and/or develop content and provide copy editing of submitted work. Those who have a keen interest in medical physics developments, initiatives, and news reporting; those who are detail- and schedule-oriented; and those who are excited to showcase medical physics developments across Canada in our quarterly publication would be great additions to this team.

Time Commitment: ~10 hours / quarter

Positions available: 2-3

Social Media Sub-Committee

Opportunities: development and amplification of social media content to engage members through COMP’s various social media platforms including Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.  Sub-committee members will need to develop good relationships with other COMP committees to remain aware of new initiatives and developments that will be of general interest to COMP members and warrant broadcasting. Those with a strong desire to engage with the national and international communities of medical physics would be an asset.

Time Commitment: ~1 hour/week

Positions available: 2

History Sub-Committee

Opportunities: work with current history sub-committee “emeritus” members to continue to collect stories and media with historical importance to COMP and to re-organize existing historical content and records for website presentation; members with an interest in the history of medical physics in Canada or internationally and / or with strengths in visual and textual story-telling would be assets to this team with ongoing projects. Contact with senior COMP members will have collateral benefits in terms of access to their vast experience and advice.

Time Commitment: variable

Positions available: 1-2

Published on November 29, 2021

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