Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of October 3 – IDMP 2022/Residents and Diagnosing Emergency Cases/ GRSIC Webinar: Creating & Fostering Global Collaborations
The 2022 International Day of Medical Physics Theme is “Medical Physics for Sustainable Healthcare.” IOMP states that the provision of high-quality health care includes the following three pillars:
- Advanced technology.
- Qualified personnel with adequate education and training.
- Intellectual systems that link technology and personnel to establish a complete Pathway of Sustainable Healthcare Services.
COMP wants to hear from you! How do medical physicists contribute to sustainable health care? How do we ensure sustainability of medical physics for the future? What range of experience and expertise comprises an adequately staffed medical physics service?
Submit your thoughts in 250 characters or less to firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter using #COMPIDMP2022 by midnight on October 31st for a chance to win coveted Curie Cash!
- According to a recent student, radiology residents are up to the task of diagnosing emergency cases of pneumothorax compared with attending radiologists.
- Check out the latest GRSIC Webinar!
Join us on October 11th at 5-7pm ET for the @aapmHQ GRSIC Webinar “Creating & Fostering Global Collaborations” with stellar Scientific Excellence & Global Rising Stars (GRS) speakers.— Claire Park (@ClaireKSPark) September 12, 2022
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Published on October 3, 2022
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of January 30 – January 2023 InterACTIONS!/Ultrasound 'Tornado' Technique to Treat Blood Clots/Grant Writing Mentoring Program
The January 2023 Issue of InterACTIONS is now available! Researchers from North Caroline State University have found that the “vortex ultrasounds” method could break...
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of January 23 – Embracing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity in Cancer Care: Starting at the Surface/Digital Chest X-ray Technique Improves Detection of Lung Lesions/LAST WEEK to Register for COMP Winter School
Learn more about the gaps in education surrounding radiation-induced skin reactions amongst patients of different skin tones through the CWC-IDEA article in...