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A Model to Assess Staffing Needs in Nuclear Medicine

IAEA Human Health Reports No. 19

English STI/PUB/1965 ¦ 978-92-0-131321-8

17 pages ¦ 1 figure ¦ € 10.00 ¦ Date published: 2022

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This publication complements an online tool available on the IAEA Human Health Campus website and the IAEA’s International Research Integration System (IRIS). Together they address and calculate staffing requirements for the optimal and safe delivery of nuclear medicine services, based on current standards of practice and relevant IAEA guidance. Users can assess their current performance as well as additional staffing needs depending on their case-mix — the type or mix of studies or treatments performed by their nuclear medicine department — or when acquiring new technologies. This publication and the online tool are intended for hospital administrators, department heads and all nuclear medicine practitioners to support the planning of new departments, introduction of new technologies and periodic reviews of resources.

Nuclear Medicine & Radiology – Human Health Campus: Nuclear Medicine | IAEA

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IAEA Human Health, Staffing Needs, Nuclear Medicine, Professional Staff, Personnel Management, Nuclear Medicine Physicians, IAEA Tool, Model, Performance, Staffing Requirements, Methodology, Nuclear Medicine Imaging, Nuclear Medicine Therapy, Radiopharmacy, Cyclotron Operations, Radiopharmaceuticals Production, Roles and Responsibilities, IAEAs International Research Integration System, IRIS, Treatments, Nuclear Medicine Department, New Technologies, Periodic Reviews, Resources, Work Time, Clinical Activity, Infrastructure, Classification, Radiopharmacists, Radiographers, Nurses, Nuclear Medicine Technologists, Clinical Audits, Quanum Programme

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