The first exam candiates will take is the Part 1 computer-based exam, which consists of a general exam section and a clinical exam section. Both are based on the expected knowledge of a second-year graduate student. The general exam section focuses on medical physics at the level of common graduate courses. The clinical exam section focuses on anatomy, medical terminology, and physiology at the level of an introductory course taught in a college of health sciences, as well as radiobiology at the level of an introductory graduate course. The exam also includes ethics and professionalism at the level of the RSNA-AAPM Ethics and Professionalism modules.
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This course will help Students & Residents develop their treatment planning skills and knowledge. The lessons and topics give students an overview of medical dosimetry, introduction to treatment planning systems and planning techniques for specific sites. This will help with student and instructor engagement during their clinical rotation. This will save valuable clinical training time and help students to learn and understand treatment planning more efficiently.
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