Working Groups Achievements

The working groups listed below achieved their tasks. Although not active today, they might be activated again if their related topics come back into the scene. Their chair remains available as the reference colleague for any enquiry.

working group contact main subject / comments
Eye lens dosimtetry Marta Sans Merce
Recommendation No.17 on on eye lens dosimetry has been published.
Patient Shielding in Radiology Natalia Saltybaeva
Report No.21 on the use of patient shielding in radiological procedures has been published.
Examination Classification Elina Samara
The SSRMP position statement on art. 26 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance has been published.
Medical Imaging Physics (MIP) Gerd Lutters
Topics of current interest in physics of diagnostic imaging as applied in medicine. Support the medical physicist contributing to the effectiveness of radiological imaging procedures. Read more…
PET/CT Francis Verdun
Develop a recommendation on Quality Control of PET/CT. This working group is now part of the Medical Imaging Physics (MIP) group.
IMRT Raphaël Moeckli
A recommendation on Quality Control in IMRT has been published.
Critical Incident Reporting System (CIRS) Léon André
Combined with SASRO – with three main objectives:
– coordinate reporting required by law by providing a common database online;
– offer ROSIS.CH as a clinic internal CIRS to be used by those interested;
– offer an efficient method to enter data into ROSIS voluntarily.
Standardization in Medical Physics Werner Roser
Compilation of comments concerning working documents of IEC Technical Committee no. 62 “Electrical equipment in medical practice”.
ROKIS Peter Pemler
Radio-Onkologie-Klinik-Informations-Systeme (combined with DGMP & ÖGMP): after the publication of the recommendation the Working Group is following the developments of such systems.
Physics education for radiation oncology residents Tony Lomax
Combined with SRO: Organisation of a lecture series covering the physics topics of importance for radiation oncology residents, to help with the completion of their specialist training. Presentations for download.