Asia-Oceania Federation of Organizations for Medical Physics (AFOMP)
Initiative discussed at the International Conference on Medical Imaging, Medical Physics and Precision Radiation Therapy, Guangzhou (China), Oct 5, 1999. Name chosen at 2nd Beijing International Congress on Medical Radiation Physics, Beijing (China), May 28, 2000, where decision was unanimously taken to form a regional medical physics federation affiliated to B-XC2311 - International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP). Officially admitted as Regional Chapter of IOMP at first Council Meeting during World Congress in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago (USA), July 2000, where a new name was also adopted.
Promote cooperation and communication between medical physics organizations in the region; develop medical physics and related activities in the region; promote the advancement in status and standard of practice of the medical physics profession.
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