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Career Positions are in clinical, academic, or administrative settings of a center, clinic, hospital, university, government, or industry.
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CAMPEP-approved Residencies provide clinical and didactic training to those with appropriate academic backgrounds and lead to board eligibility in Medical Physics. CAMPEP accreditation of the hiring institution at the hiring location is a prerequisite; institutions with no accreditation or accreditation under review should post openings as "Training Positions".
Additionally, a Locum Tenens physicist works in the place of the regular medical physicist when that individual is absent, or when a hospital/practice is short-staffed. Locums are still governed by their respective regulatory bodies, despite the temporary nature of their positions.
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