Encrypted | Login

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


The video above is member-only content.

AAPM Administrative Policy 108 states that AAPM members-only content

  • shall not be shared in electronic or printed form with non-members*,
  • must be linked to through a url provided by AAPM,
  • shall not be stored on external drives or servers accessible to non-members.

*See policy for Exception regarding the AAPM Professional Survey

By accessing this page, you agree to comply with AAPM Administrative Policy 108.




Apprenticeship is the Pathway to Mastery
George Sherouse PhD
GWS@GWSherouse.com


Handout(s): 90-25467-340462-102628.pdf
When you have finished the video, you may watch again, browse/search all videos, go back to the previous page, or watch another video in this session (see below).

There is a quiz associated with this video in our Online Continuing Education Center. Please click here to try the quiz.



All videos in this session:
Clinical Training of Physics Residents: How Do We Efficiently Teach Residents to Become Excellent Clinical Physicists? - Intro -
Training and Evaluation of Residents in a Distributed ("Hub and Spoke") Residency - John Gibbons PhD
Watching →Apprenticeship is the Pathway to Mastery - George Sherouse PhD
Clinical Experience Accountability through an In-House Database - Ramon Alfredo Siochi PhD
Q & A -
Graph includes 123 member loads and 5545 non-member loads (5668 total loads). Exclude non-member? A load is defined as someone coming to this page, not necesarily that they pressed play, or watched the entire presentation.