The Role of the Modern Medical Physicist in Diagnostic Imaging
Tuesday, December 6, 2022 at 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
W. Geoffrey West, PhD, DABR, CHP
Diagnostic medical imaging has
changed significantly in the last decade. One of these changes is the medical
physicist has an increased expectation to be an integral part of patient care
and clinical outcomes. In addition to traditional medical physics responsibilities,
the modern-day medical physicist is called upon to assist healthcare providers
with diagnostic medical imaging equipment purchase selection, manage radiation
dose reduction, improve image quality and patient diagnostic outcomes, MRI
safety risk mitigation, and standardize radiation safety practices across
healthcare enterprise systems. The presenter will discuss how the
modern-day medical physicist is directly engaged with the patient care delivery
team to assist with best patient care practices.
You will learn to:
• Understand the traditional role of the medical physicist
• Learn how times have changed from diversity of equipment models to a focus on quantitative performance metrics
• Identify the modern role of the medical physicist and their role in evidence-based medicine in the imaging environment
Thanks to sponsorship from West Physics, registration is complimentary and you do not have to be an AHRA member to attend.
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