Hormesis Podcast #2 - Medical Physics 3.0 - Where do we want to go?
In this episode, co-hosts Andrea and Nick talk about the implementation of medical physics 3.0, what it means for the medical physicist, why it is necessary and ways you can implement some of the ideas in your clinic. Join Andrea and Nick for a discussion about the necessity, purpose of this movement.
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 Medical Physics 3.0, AAPM https://w3.aapm.org/medphys30/index.php
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