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The History of Medical Physics Certification by G. Donald Frey, PhD, Associate Executive Director, Medical Physics 2020;13(2):4   Medical physics is a profession that combines a deep knowledge of physics, a good working knowledge of relevant medicine, and the ability to partner with physicians. Our path to certification was a bit different from our physician…
Update of Radiation Oncology Non-Clinical Skills by Paul E. Wallner, DO, and Brian J. Davis, MD, PhD 2020;13(2):5 In 1999, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) jointly introduced six core competencies that were identified to represent the essential elements of high-quality medical practice and should…
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