Medical Physicist Training

  1. GERMANY (DGMP)
    "Young Medical Physicists" working group:
    http://www.jmp.dgmp.de/de-DE/661/ueber-uns
    Subsection "Ausbildung & Beruf" - "Fachkunde - Fachanerkennung":
    http://www.jmp.dgmp.de/de-DE/686/fachkunde-fachanerkennung
  2. GREECE (HAMP)
    https://www.efie.gr/index.php/gr/medicalphysicist/practice-license
  3. FINLAND (SF)
    http://www.sairaalafyysikot.fi/opiskelu-sairaalafyysikoksi/
    http://www.sairaalafyysikot.fi/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/SAIRAALAFYYSIKON-KOULUTUSOPAS1.pdf
  4. FRANCE (SFPM)
    SFPM web page - Education Committee:
    https://www.sfpm.fr/conseils-sections/conseil-enseignement
    Resident programme (DQPRM):
    http://www-instn.cea.fr/formations/diplomes-et-titres/liste-des-diplomes-et-titres/diplome-de-qualification-en-physique-radiologique-et-medicale-dqprm,13.html
  5. NETHERLANDS (NVKF)
    OKF (Opleiding Klinische Fysica – Clinical Physics Training) website:
    http://www.stichtingokf.nl/index.php/9-stichting-okf/stichting-okf/23-welcome-on-the-website-of-the-dutch-medical-physicist-training-foundation
  6. ITALY (AIFM)
    Specialization in Medical Physics
    Specialization (or Specialty) Schools (Scuole di specializzazione) provide skills for particular professional activities mostly in medical areas
    https://www.fisicamedica.it/aifm/documenti/school/2017/specialization-medical-physics

The Master of Advanced Studies in Medical Physics is a two-year advanced training programme run jointly by ICTP and the University of Trieste. The programme is designed to provide young, promising graduates of physics or related fields (mainly from developing countries) with postgraduate theoretical and clinical training so that they may be recognised as clinical medical physicists in their home countries.