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GS02 1731 Medical Physics Seminar

  • Course Director(s): Pollard-Larkin, Julianne and Martel, Mary (Spring); Court, Laurence (Fall)
  • Semester: Spring and Fall
  • Frequency: Annually
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Grading System: Pass/Fail
  • Prerequisites:


Pollard-Larkin, Julianne and Martel, Mary (Spring); Court, Laurence (Fall). One semester hour.  Spring, annually. Grading System: Pass or Fail. Prerequisite: none

In the Fall term, students present talks on selected topics in general medical physics, therapy, and medical imaging.  The objectives are to acquaint students with a wide range of medical physics topics and to develop public speaking skills. 

In the Spring term, Students will learn the fundamentals of Medical Physics leadership, professionalism and ethics.  The objectives are to familiarize the students with several professional and ethical concerns within the field, develop an understanding of how to create a robust Radiation Oncology safety culture and quality assurance program and provide them with lectures from subject area experts on each topic.

Course Outline Medical Physics Seminar