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New mask policy at AHN facilities

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Surgical ear loop masks, at a minimum, must be worn within all AHN facilities.  Cloth face masks are no longer permitted, as they do not provide the best level of protection against Coronavirus.

Training Requirements

The Diagnostic Medical Physics Residency Program is structured as a two-year training program beginning.

For successful program completion, the resident must accomplish the following:

  • Successfully complete all aspects of clinical rotations and competencies
  • Successfully complete required reports, attending didactic courses, and passing exams

For successful advancement through the residency program, the resident must:

  • Pass each clinical rotation and quarterly performance evaluations
  • Keep a log of departmental conference attendance and procedure participation, co-signed by the Residency Director
  • Pass ABR-style mock oral examinations by the Physics Faculty at the end of each year

Other details related to the Residency Program include:

  • Orientation
  • Ethical considerations seminar (aligned with AAPM TG159 report)
  • Radiation safety lectures

Residents are required to participate in the following conferences and special lectures:

  • Monthly departmental conferences

Residents are also required to make two formal presentations per year.