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Title: The role of the biomedical physicist in the education of the healthcare professions : an EFOMP project
Authors: Caruana, Carmel J.
Wasilewska-Radwanska, Marta
Aurengo, Andre H.
Dendy, Philip P.
Karenauskaite, Violeta
Malisan, Maria Rosa
Meijer, Jan H.
Mornstein, Vojtech
Rokita, Eugeniusz
Vano, Eliseo
Wucherer, Michael
Keywords: Medical physics
Medical physics -- Study and teaching -- Europe
Medical education
Medical colleges -- Curricula -- Europe
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Caruana, C. J., Wasilewska-Radwanska, M., Aurengo, A., Dendy, P. P., Karenauskaite, V., Malisan. M. R.,…Wucherer, M. (2009). The role of the biomedical physicist in the education of the healthcare professions : an EFOMP project. Physica Medica, 25(3), 133-140.
Abstract: The role of the biomedical physicist in the education of the healthcare professions has not yet been studied in a systematic manner. This article presents the first results of an EFOMP project aimed at researching and developing this important component of the role of the biomedical physicist. A background to the study expands on the reasons that led to the need for the project. This is followed by an extensive review of the published literature regarding the role. This focuses mainly on the teaching contributions within programmes for physicians, diagnostic radiographers, radiation therapists, and the postgraduate medical specializations of radiology, radiotherapy, interventional radiology and cardiology. Finally a summary list of the specific research objectives that need to be immediately addressed is presented. These are the carrying out of a Europe-wide position audit for the role, the construction of a strategic role development model and the design of a curriculum development model suitable for modern healthcare professional education.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar//handle/123456789/18013
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