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:
- 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.