ENETRAP Module 7 for RPE's working in the medical field

A course designed for Radiation Protection Experts (RPEs) working in the medical field, in compliance with Council Directive 2013/59/Euratom (BSS).

Online phase as from September 2015
Face-to-face session July 4-8, 2016 (Budapest, Hungary)

Course leaflet

Background document with the module overview, marking and assessment criteria, pre-requisites and learning outcomes per training course.


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Budapest University of Technology and Economics 

 

Course objectives

Successful course participants will be able to evidence that they have the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes (KSAs) to provide expert radiation protection advice to employers, staff and members of the public in the medical fields of radiotherapy, diagnostic & interventional radiology and nuclear medicine.

The Medical Module will consist of an on-line phase and will be followed by a one week face-to-face session. This session will consist of a number of lectures and workshops designed to ensure the KSA requirements are satisfied. 

Before the face-to-face session, registered course participants will need to provide portfolios covering: 

  • the regulatory framework measurement of radiation dose
  • dose rates and contamination measurements
  • calculation of potential exposures
  • hazard and risk assessments
  • control procedures (including the zoning of radiation areas)
  • personal and environmental dosimetry 

Participants will be provided with detailed KSAs to fulfil their portfolio during the on-line phase. These portfolios will be discussed in the face-to-face session to provide opportunities for improvements and reflective thinking. The successful candidates will have fulfilled the required contents for the portfolios and passed both an oral assessment on their portfolio and a multiple choice examination at the end of the face-to-face session.

Course overview

The specialised training module for RPE's working in the medical domain consists of four training courses.

7.1     Medical workplace study
7.2     Hospital organisation and RP roles and duties
7.3     Stakeholders interactions
7.4     Quality control and quality assurance in the medical sector

The background document provides detailed information on the competences and learning outcomes associated defined with these training courses.
Overview of the ENETRAP course modules.

Faculty - Organisers and lectures

  • Stephen Evans, EFOMP Chair Projects Committee
  • Stelios Christofides, EFOMP Chair Professional Matters Committee
  • Virginia Tsapaki, EFOMP Vice Chair Projects Committee 
  • Hilde Bosmans, EFOMP Past Chair Projects Committee

Online Phase

  • Available as from September 2015
  • Portfolio to be completed before the face-to-face session

Face-to-face session: July 4-8, 2016

Nuclear Techniques Department 
Budapest University of Technology and Economics 
Műegyetem rkp. 9. 
Budapest, Hungary

Pre-requisites and target audience

The course is suitable for Medical Physicists, medical device companies and radiation protection authorities. Education to Level 7 e.g. Masters degree in Medical Physics, or equivalent through Life Long Learning is a pre-requisite. See background document for detailed pre-requisites.

Course fees and expenses

  • A reduced ‘early bird’ registration fee of 250 EUR has been set for this pilot session. The regular fee is 500 EUR for later registrations.
  • Free registration may be offered to some applicants depending upon their circumstances. The offer will be limited and the decision will be at the discretion of EFOMP and will be final.
  • Costs of accommodation, travel and meals are at the expense of all participants.
  • Accommodation in Budapest:
    • Gellért Hotel: 65 EUR/night/person in single room, or 95 EUR/night/2 persons
    • Hostel Martos Flora: 15 EUR/night /person in double room with roommate, or 20 EUR/night/person in single room.

Accreditation has been requested for EFOMP CPD.

You will be invoiced separately.

If free registration is requested please state reasons on separate sheet (max 1 A4).

Application to be emailed to:

Dr. Csilla Pesznyák (BME, Institute of Nuclear Techniques) - pesznyak@reak.bme.hu