EEB has introduced the European Diploma of Medical Physics (EDMP) and the European Attestation Certificate to those Medical Physicists that have reached the Medical Physics Expert level (EACMPE).
EDMP: this diploma facilitates mobility of medical physicists in Europe and beyond. It is also useful for medical physicists working in countries which have not yet established certification boards.
EACMPE: attestation certificate to Medical Physics Experts to obtain recognition by the relevant national competent authorities according to the new EU BSS.
EDMP and EACMPE make you more valuable to employers and so you can expect to have a competitive advantage over candidates without EEB diplomas.
Copenhagen, August 21 and 22, 2018 in all 3 subspecialties of Medical Physics (diagnostic and interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology)
Deadline for applications
May 31, 2018
Eligibility criteria and fees
Information about eligibility criteria and fees can be found at
https://www.efomp.org/index.php?r=pages&id=eeb-about. Applicants registered for the European Congress of Medical Physics (ECMP) 2018 (Copenhagen, August 23-25, 2018) will receive a 20% discount on the normal fee.
NEW! A section has been created at the EEB website with files that contain examples of the type of questions EEB applicants may come across in EACMPE and EDMP exams (sample papers).
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact the EEB Chair Prof. J. Damilakis or the EEB Secretary Dr. J. Ptáček