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Uncertainty Estimations for Radiation Measurements in SSDLs and Hospitals

Type: videos and slides

Enrolment Requirements: completion of participant form 

Objective: provide the participant with an understanding of the methods used for the assessment of various uncertainty components and teach how to report measurement uncertainties related to calibration services and clinical dosimetry measurements

Core audience: radiation metrologists, clinically qualified medical physicists (CQMPs) as support to continuing professional development (CPD) and postgraduate-level medical physics students  

Level: Intermediate

Structure: 6 sub-modules, sequential, accessible independently, 35 lectures (videos and slides)

Self-assessment: after every sub-module and final exam. mandatory.

Time to complete: ~ 11.5 hours as minimum to complete all sub-modules (it can be done in multiple sessions)

Proof of completion: yes, with details of content and minimum duration

Language: English

RESPONSIBLE_PERSON: NAHU-Dosimetry.Contact-Point@iaea.org

Quality Control and Dosimetry in Digital Radiology

Type: videos and slides

Enrolment Requirements: completion of participant form

Objective: provide an overview on the physics and technological innovations in quality assurance in digital diagnostic radiology

Core audience: clinically qualified medical physicists (CQMPs) as support to continuing professional development (CPD) and postgraduate-level medical physics students  

Level: Intermediate

Structure: 4 sub-modules, 22 lectures (videos and slides)

Self-assessment: mandatory after every sub-module and final exam

Time to complete: ~ 18.5 hours as minimum (it can be done in multiple sessions)

Proof of completion: yes, with details of content and minimum duration

Based on: IAEA TRS No.457 and IAEA HHS No.4

Language: English

Dosimetry of Small Static Fields Used in External Beam Radiotherapy: IAEA TRS483 Code of Practice

Type: videos and slides

Enrolment Requirements: completion of participant form and successful completion of an access test (on the  IAEA TRS398 publication

Objective: teach how to implement the International Code of Practice Dedicated to the Dosimetry of Small Static Fields Used in Radiotherapy (IAEA TRS 483), providing an overview of the basic physics principles and formalism. 

Core audience: clinically qualified medical physicists (CQMPs), as support to continuing professional development (CPD)

Level: Advanced

Structure: 5 sub-modules, 8 lectures (videos and slides)

Self-assessment: mandatory after every sub-module and final exam

Time to complete: ~ 8 hours as minimum (it can be done in multiple sessions)

Proof of completion: yes, with details of content and minimum duration

Based on: IAEA TRS 483

Language: English

RESPONSIBLE_PERSON: NAHU-Dosimetry.Contact-Point@iaea.org
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IAEA TRS398 

Image Guided Radio Therapy (IGRT)

Type: videos and slides

Enrolment Requirements: completion of participant form

Objective: teach how to implement the IAEA publication “Introduction of Image Guided Radiotherapy into Clinical Practice” and provide an overview on the physics and technological innovations in image-guided radiotherapy

Core audience: clinically qualified medical physicists (CQMPs), as support to continuing professional development (CPD) and postgraduate-level medical physics students  

Level: Intermediate

Structure: 5 sub-modules, 17 lectures (videos and slides)

Self-assessment: mandatory after every sub-module and final exam

Time to complete: ~ 17 hours as minimum (it can be done in multiple sessions)

Proof of completion: yes, with details of content and minimum duration

Based on: IAEA HHR No.16

Language: English

RESPONSIBLE_PERSON: NAHU-Dosimetry.Contact-Point@iaea.org

Quality Assurance and Dosimetry in Mammography

Type: videos and slides

Enrolment Requirements: completion of participation form

Objective: provide an overview on the physics and quality assurance processes in mammography

Core audience: clinically qualified medical physicists (CQMPs) as support to continuing professional development (CPD)

Level: Intermediate

Structure: 6 sub-modules, 19 lectures (videos and slides)

Self-assessment: mandatory after every sub-module and final exam

Time to complete: approx. 16.5 hours as minimum (it can be done in multiple sessions)

Proof of completion: yes, with details of content and minimum duration

Based on: IAEA HHS No. 17IAEA HHS No. 2, IAEA TRS No. 457

Language: English

NAHU-Dosimetry.Contact-Point@iaea.org 

Train the Trainers Course on Medical Physics Support for Nuclear or Radiological Emergencies (NRE)

Type: videos and slides

Enrolment Requirements: completion of participant form

Objective: provide clinical medical physicists working in hospitals with knowledge useful to support a response to a Nuclear or Radiological Emergency (NRE) situation

Core audience: clinically qualified medical physicists (CQMPs) as support to continuing professional development (CPD)

Level: Entry-level

Structure: 14 sub-modules (videos and slides)

Self-assessment: after every sub-module, not mandatory and final exam

Time to complete: ~ 19 hours as minimum (it can be done in multiple sessions)

Proof of completion: yes, with details of content and minimum duration

Based on: EPR-Pocket Guide for Medical Physicists 2020

Language: English

RESPONSIBLE_PERSON: NAHU-Dosimetry.Contact-Point@iaea.org