Round, W.H., Ng, K.H., Healy, B., Rodriguez, L., Thayalan, K., …, Shiau, A.C. (2011). AFOMP Policy Statement No. 3: recommendations for the education and training of medical physicists in AFOMP countries. Australasian Physical & Engineering Science in Medicine, 34(3), 303-307.
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AFOMP recognizes that clinical medical physicists should demonstrate that they are competent to practice their profession by obtaining appropriate education, training and supervised experience in the specialties of medical physics in which they practice, as well as having a basic knowledge of other specialties. To help its member countries to achieve this, AFOMP has developed this policy to provide guidance when developing medical physicist education and training programs. The policy is compatible with the standards being promoted by the International Organization for Medical Physics and the International Medical Physics Certification Board.