Medical Physicists Play Key Roles in Diagnostic Radiology

X-rays and their use for human imaging were discovered by Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895, using equipment available in most physics departments. Initially, most radiographs were taken by physicists because the equipment was difficult to use.
With more than half of participating diagnostic radiology and DR subspecialty diplomates on track to complete their Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) annual progress requirement by July, here are a few additional details on participation requirements.
Delivering our exams at local commercial testing centers has been a topic of conversation for many years. We understand the discontent about added cost for travel and stress of being away from families and training programs. We take this very seriously and are working hard to find more manageable solutions.
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