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Recommended ethics curriculum for medical physics graduate and residency
programs: Report of Task Group 159
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The AAPM Professional Council approved the formation of a task group in 2007, whose
purpose is to develop recommendations for an ethics curriculum for medical physics
residency programs. Existing program’s ethics curricula range in scope and content
considerably. It is desirable to have a more uniform baseline curriculum for all programs.
Recommended subjects areas, suggested ethics references, and a sample curriculum are
included. This report recommends a reasonable ethics course time to be 15–30 h while
allowing each program the flexibility to design their course.
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