what refers to the study of medical computing
In North America, medical physics training is offered at the bachelor's, master's, doctorate, post-doctorate and/or residency levels. [ Several universities offer these degrees in Canada and the United States.
As of October 2010, twenty-seven universities in North America have medical physics graduate programs that are accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics
Education Programs (CAMPEP). The same organization has accredited forty-three medical physics clinical residency programs.
Professional certification is obtained from the American Board of Radiology, the American Board of Medical Physics, the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine, and the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine. As of 2012, enrollment in a CAMPEP-accredited residency or graduate program is required to start the ABR certification process. Starting in 2014, completion of a CAMPEP-accredited residency will be required to advance to part 2 of the ABR certification process. ]
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