The 1st EEB exams in the field of 'Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology' were organized successfully in Prague on the 6th and 7th of July, 2017. 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) certify a medical physicist to have the knowledge and competence in line with European curricula for education and training of medical physicists and with the European guidelines (European Commission, Radiation Protection No 174, European Guidelines on Medical Physics Expert).
Number of applications submitted by the deadline: 21
Number of eligible applications: 18 (14 for the EACMPE, 4 for the EDMP)
Nine (9) candidates passed the EACMPE exams and three (3) candidates passed the EDMP exams.
I wholeheartedly congratulate the 9 EACMPE and the 3 EDMP applicants for passing the exams. I would also like to thank the assessors for giving so generously their valuable time to ensure the success of the exams.
Prof. John Damilakis
Membership of the European Examination Board (EEB)
EFOMP has asked its National Member Organizations (NMOs) to propose candidatures for the membership of the European Examination Board (EEB). EEB will award the European Diploma of Medical Physics and the European Attestation Certificate. EFOMP is pleased to announce the names of the volunteers to serve as members of the first EEB:
John Damilakis (Chair), Marco Brambilla (Secretary, non voting member), Mani Mannivanan (Treasurer, non voting member), Simona Avramova, Jorge Isidoro, Pawel Kukolowicz, Renato Padovani, Kay Uwe Kasch, Dimitris Visvikis
The EFOMP Examination Board (EEB) will organize its 1st examinations for
• the European Diploma of Medical Physics (EDMP) in the field of ‘Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology’
• the European Attestation Certificate to those who have reached the level of the Medical Physics Expert (EACMPE) in the field of ‘Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology’
during the ESMPE Summer School in Prague, July 6-8, 2017. Deadline for applications: May 7, 2017.
Prof. John Damilakis