Please have the following items available prior to submitting your nomination:
- The nominator's letter summarizing the contributions of the candidate in one or more of the criteria listed below.
- The candidate's CV including a full listing of lifetime publications.
- A listing of the 10 most significant publications with a brief justification for the top 5 selections ( e.g., impact on the field of medical physics, clinical healthcare practice or training programs ; number of citations, awards for publications or presentations).
- Letters supporting the nomination from three members of COMP (maximum of two pages per letter).
The COMP Gold Medal will be awarded to a member of COMP (or retired former member) who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of medical physics in Canada. An outstanding contribution is defined as one or more of the following:
- A body of work which has added to the knowledge base of medical physics in such a way as to fundamentally alter the practice of medical physics.
- Leadership positions in medical physics organizations which have led to improvements in the status and public image of medical physicists in Canada.
- Significant influence on the professional development of the careers of medical physicists in Canada through educational activities or mentorship