The Medical Physicist is responsible for radiation dose calculations and the administration of radiation dose to patients through their work with linear accelerators, sealed radiation sources, and computers.
The Medical Health Physicist is responsible for radiation safety aspects necessary to ensure the safe use of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation sources. Examples of Radioactive sources Professionals may be handling or exposed to include radiation units and sources in radiation therapy, x-ray machines in diagnostic radiology, sealed and unsealed radioactive sources used in nuclear medicine and biomedical research, and lasers used in surgery and other areas of the hospital.
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