Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of October 2 – InterACTIONS Feature/High-dose Radiation Offers New Treatment Option for Older Patients with Inoperable Kidney Tumors/CNSC Innovation Grant
- A ‘Good Catch Near Misses’ Program – Is It the Solution to Prevent Serious Injuries in Cancer Centres?
- Older adults diagnosed with kidney tumors that are not suitable for surgery may benefit from targeted, high-dose radiation, a new study from Australian and Dutch researchers suggests.
- COMP has an agreement with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to fund one or more Innovation Grants to enhance the safe use of ionizing radiation in medicine. The Grant supports the creation of innovative tools that address radiation safety and security issues. Read more, including how to apply, here.
Published on October 2, 2023
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the week of November 27 – IDEAs@Home/New Radiation Therapy Machines in Nova Scotia/Executive Director Report
Remember when we all thought we'd be returning to some level of normalcy after the Covid-19 pandemic? Instead many of us still bear the scars from a pandemic while...
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the week of November 20 – COMP IDMP Contest Re-cap/ Do women prefer female radiologists to perform breast ultrasound?/ #AroundCanadaInMedPhysWays
This year, in honour of International Day of Medical Physics on November 7, the COMP Communications Committee invited the COMP membership to submit their best photos...
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the week of November 13 – Japan Celebrates IDMP 2023/Message from the CCPM President/MCCPM and Mammography Exams
Find out how Japan celebrated IDMP2023! Read the Message from the CCPM President in the latest issue of InterACTIONS! MCCPM exam applications are due December 1, 2023 and...