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Programme Overview: 

The quality of the image produced either photographically or on the monitors of a closed circuit television (CCTV) system in diagnostic radiology is depending on the human factors, technical ability and reliability of the equipment. Thus, it is important to have a quality assurance programme being implemented in both public and private hospital particularly when involving the use of irradiating apparatus and radioactive substances for diagnostic imaging. The implementation of QA programme is in line with the regulations by Ministry of Health in ensuring the diagnostic images produced are of high quality in order to consistently provide adequate diagnostic information at the lowest possible cost and with the least radiation exposure to the patient.

Target Group: 

  • General Practitioner
  • Medical Officer
  • Radiation Protection Officer (RPO)
  • Radiographer
  • Medical Physicist
  • Lecturer
  • X-ray operator/Nurse
  • All those operating x-ray equipment

 Course Content: 

  • Radiation safety consideration in medical practices
  • Task and organisation of QA programme
  • Principle of functioning of x-ray equipment
  • Basic QC measurements
  • QC measurements and implementation
  • QC of film screens combinations, film processing, dark room and illuminators
  • Indicator failure: Rejected film analysis
  • Evaluation of exposure to patients, personnel and population
  • Implementation of programme for patients dose reduction


  • CME recognition from MOH
  • CPD point from MMA
  • CEP point from AELB


21 hours/3 days


Single registration per pax

After IPTN discount



Team registration per pax

After IPTN discount




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