The internet site of the Radiation Physics Service of Hull University Teaching Hospitals, UK.
hullrad provide a radiation protection & diagnostic imaging physics services to a wide range of NHS and private dental practices throughout northern England, the Midlands and beyond.
hullrad Radiation Physics Service provide radiation protection services to a number of veterinary practices throughout northern England, the Midlands and beyond.
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Find the latest advice and guidance documents related to a range of uses of radiation.
Find out about the latest work being undertaken in the Radiation Physics Department.
hullrad Radiation Physics provide a radiation protection service to over 200 dental practices across the north of England, the Midlands and beyond.
Find out more about our comprehensive radiation protection service for veterinary practices.
hullrad Radiation Physics provide a radiation protection & diagnostic imaging service to a number of NHS and private hospital sites.
Find out about the services we can provide in the fields of non-ionising radiation protection (e.g. lasers, ultra-violet and magnetic resonance imaging).
Find out what’s been happening at hullrad and the latest developments in radiation protection, diagnostic imaging, radiotherapy and nuclear medicine.
Click to find some useful guidance documents on the use of ionising and non-ionising radiation in the medical environment.
Find out about the academic and professional development training provided by hullrad Radiation Physics.
Links to UK and European legislation & guidance documents covering the use or ionising and non-ionising radiation.
Radiation Physics supports radiotherapy provided to a population of around 1.2 million living in East Yorkshire, northern Lincolnshire and parts of North Yorkshire. For patient information please refer to the Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Website.
Radiation Physics provide nuclear medicine services at Castle Hill Hospital and Hull Royal Infirmary, and support services at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby. For patient information please refer to the Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Website.
The Radiation Physics Department has a highly active research & development programme. Click to find out more about our current projects, recent peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations (including posters).
ADDRESSRadiation Physics DepartmentQueen's Centre for Oncology & HaematologyCastle Hill HospitalCottinghamEast YorkshireHU16 5JQU.K.