Remote Real-time Education in Medical Physics (RREMP)

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Request for Participation and Collaboration !

Your Participation in the project is much appreciated ! 

We like to invite individuals and organizations in the field of Medical Physics to participate in this project to promote the RREMP project,  which could expand to include other "learning" activities such as consultation,  training, knowledge sharing,  research interactions,  etc. 

We like to build a database of people with different "needs requirement" as well as individuals with specialized expertise.  At this point the project is totally voluntary and no fees are charged and as well no compensation is offered.  The intent is to develop this mode of communication into a viable one to provide for cost-effective remote interaction in the future.

The following is a list of possible projects for collaboration :
1.         Lecturers for Medical Physics students.
2.         Medical Physics students or programs that are interested in either comprehensive courses or supplemented lectures in special topics.
3.         Workshops or Conferences that would like to incorporate a web cast feature.
4.         Discussion groups or Consultation groups.

The following is a list of countries with collaborators in on-going projects :
1.         Canada
2.         Malaysia
2.         China
3.         USA
4.         Vietnam
5.         Korea
6.         Taiwan
7.         Australia
8.         Bangladesh
9.         New Zealand
10.       Brunei
11.       Indonesia


Anyone who is interested in finding more about the project and in what aspect you would like to get involved (i.e.,  as students or lecturers ) please contact the project organizers :

Milton K. Woo
Senior physicist at the Medical Physics Department at the Odette Cancer Centre, Assistant professor at the University of Toronto, Department of Radiation Oncology and Department of Medical Biophysics, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Kwan-Hoong Ng
Professor at the University of Malaya, Department of Radiology, Faculty of Medicine, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and at the University of Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia