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Biological Effects at High Doses - Radiology

Biological Effects at High Doses - Radiology

Biological Effects at High Doses - Radiology

Stacey McGowan and Louise Bendall
Stacey McGowan and Louise Bendall
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 24 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 02 Aug 2018

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Description

This session describes deterministic effects at high doses, such as those used in radiotherapy, interventional radiology or therapeutic nuclear medicine.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe ionising deterministic effects and give examples
• Understand the deterministic effects on the embryo and fetus during the term of pregnancy
• Identify examinations and treatments in which deterministic effects may occur
Stacey McGowan and Louise Bendall

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Stacey McGowan and Louise Bendall
on behalf of Health Education England

Stacey McGowan -
MSc Medical and Radiation Physics Trainee Clinical Scientist

Stacey obtained a BSc in Physics with Particle Physics in 2008 and an MSc in Medical and Radiation Physics in 2009 from the University of Birmingham.

In 2011, she completed Part 1 of the IPEM training scheme for clinical scientists while training at Northampton General Hospital and the University Hospitals of Leicester.
Currently Stacey is working on a PhD in Proton Radiotherapy Optimisation at the University of Cambridge.


Louise Bendall -
M.Sc. Medical and Radiation Physics (University of Birmingham, Distinction)
Trainee Clinical Scientist

After completing her undergraduate degree in Physics at the University of Sheffield, Louise undertook a Masters in Medical and Radiation Physics at the University of Birmingham.

Having completed Part 1 of the IPEM training scheme, she is now working in Radiotherapy at the Christie Hospital.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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