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Activities of Interagency Working Group on Radiation Protection in Medicine
Not implemented before – done today. For the first time in the past 20 years, the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine succeeded in combining efforts of the best experts on radiation protection in medical exposure and establishing an Interagency Working Group on Radiation Protection in Medicine.
− single approach to determine an absorbed dose in remote radiation therapy has been implemented that should improve calibration accuracy of equipment. This will be done by recommending medical institutions to use the IAEA protocol (IAEA TRS 398);
− issue on establishing an expert group of auditors that will ensure conducting comprehensive QUATRO audits (audits of proper use of radiation sources in remote radiation therapy) is being studied.
“We hope that joint and consistent work of experts will bring the practice of using radiation sources in medicine into compliance with the requirements of national and international standards, regulations and rules on radiation safety”, Head of the Interagency Working Group on Radiation Protection in Medicine, SNRIU Deputy Chairman Ruslana Tripaylo said.
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The most current news on this topic you may find below.
News about Activities of Interagency Working Group on Radiation Protection in Medicine
https://uatom.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/safety-first-image-1000h667-1-3.jpg400450Євгенія Кудряшова//uatom.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Logo_Uatom.pngЄвгенія Кудряшова2019-02-07 08:56:202019-02-28 14:05:39Coherence is the main key to success. That was proved by Ukrainian experts on radiation safety in medicine for the third time
https://uatom.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/uamf-1.jpg6671000Євгенія Нікітчук//uatom.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Logo_Uatom.pngЄвгенія Нікітчук2018-11-21 17:56:502019-01-25 16:55:37Young Medical Physicists Received “List of Protocols and Recommendations for Use in Therapeutic Medical Physics”