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2014 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Clinical Training of Physics Residents: How Do We Efficiently Teach Residents to Become Excellent Clinical Physicists?


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Training and Evaluation of Residents in a Distributed ("Hub and Spoke") Residency
John Gibbons PhD
john.gibbons@marybird.com


Handout(s): 90-25544-340462-102944.pdf
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Clinical Training of Physics Residents: How Do We Efficiently Teach Residents to Become Excellent Clinical Physicists? - Intro -
Watching →Training and Evaluation of Residents in a Distributed ("Hub and Spoke") Residency - John Gibbons PhD
Apprenticeship is the Pathway to Mastery - George Sherouse PhD
Clinical Experience Accountability through an In-House Database - Ramon Alfredo Siochi PhD
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