To further develop the student’s knowledge and understanding of the physics and principles of operation of equipment used in Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy.
Magnetic resonance imaging [MRI]; Nuclear medicine; Quality assurance in nuclear medicine; Mammography; Radiotherapy [Conformal]; Radiotherapy [Electron and heavy ion]; Treatment planning; Brachytherapy; Unsealed source therapy; Quality assurance in radiotherapy; Radiation protection [Radiotherapy and nuclear medicine].
Bushberg JT, Seibert JA, Leidholdt Jr E, Boone JM 2012, (For all strands) The Essential Physics of Medical Imaging, 3, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
Chandra R 2004, (For Nuclear Medicine strand) Nuclear Medicine Physics: The Basics, 6, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
Khan FM 2010, (For Radiation Therapy strand) The Physics of Radiation Therapy, 4, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
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