EXTERNAL SITES OF INTEREST

The links below are to web sites outside of our control, and may or may not be of interest.

UK PROFESSIONAL BODIES

UK GOVERNMENT

AGIR advises Public Health England on radiation hazards.

Issues certificates to those authorising nuclear medicine and brachytherapy procedures

Managing Ionising Radiations & Radioactive Substances in Schools etc L93 Sept 2008

Committee on Medical Aspects of Radiation in the Environment

Brings together academic healthcare science across the UK

The Care Quality Commission\'s ionising radiation\'s page.

Health & Care Professions Council

Archived material from the former Health Protection Agency

Health & Care Professions Council

Ionising radiation page

Non-nuclear; ionising & non-ionising radiation

ImPACT CT scanner evaluation group

Integrated Research Application System

Department of Health's IRMER page

Notify use of ionising radiation as required by IRR99 reg 6

KCARE - King's Centre for the Assessment of Radiological Equipment

The role of KiTEC is to support the work of the Medical Technologies Evaluation Programme (MTEP) and the Diagnostic Assessment Programme (DAP) of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)

Archived material. Medical Electrical Installation Guidance for diagnostic imaging (including dental X-ray units) and radiotherapy rooms/suites

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Management of radiation protection in defence (JSP 392)

An open network to share curricula produced for the Modernising Scientific Careers programme

National Clinical Analysis and Specialised Applications Team (data/ radiotherapy/IT)

NHS Breast Screening Programme (password required)

National Cancer Research Institute

North-East Yorkshire & Humberside QA Reference Centre (Moving to PHE)

Includes terms & conditions for NHS staff etc

UK standards lab for ionising radiation, radioactive substances, and a lot more

includes transport of radioactive materials

(While EA enforces, DECC leads on policy)

Oversees statutory bodies that regulate health and social care professionals in the UK

Summarises which regulations apply where, and the enforcement agencies regulating them

Radioactive Incident Monitoring Network

INTERNATIONAL

Includes photon and beta spectra for radionuclides

NTI is working to reduce the global threats from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons

ADDRESS
Radiation Physics Department
Queen's Centre for Oncology & Haematology
Castle Hill Hospital
Cottingham
East Yorkshire
HU16 5JQ
U.K.

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