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27 Nov 2015 IAEA releases a free online learning platform based on a Train-the-Trainers Workshop held at FMU

IAEA released an online learning platform based on a Train-the-Trainers Workshop held in June at FMU, attended by radiation medical physicists from around the world.  The learning platform is free to use, after following a brief registration procedure.  Please click the link below to get started:

https://nucleus.iaea.org/HHW/MedicalPhysics/TrainingEvents/FukushimaJune2015/index.html.

See the original workshop report at:

22-26 June 2015 Train the Trainers Workshop on Medical Physics Support for Nuclear or Radiological Emergencies


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