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Title: 診療放射線技師教育機関を対象とした放射線安全管理学教育に関する調査研究
Other Titles: Survey and Analysis of Radiation Safety Education at Radiological Technology Schools
Authors: 大場, 久照1 Browse this author
小笠原, 克彦2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
油野, 民雄3 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Ohba, Hisateru1
Ogasawara, Katsuhiko2
Aburano, Tamio3
Keywords: Radiation safety education
Radiological technology school
Questionnaire survey
Issue Date: 20-Oct-2004
Publisher: 日本放射線技術学会
Journal Title: 日本放射線技術学会雑誌
Journal Title(alt): Japanese journal of Radiological Technology
Volume: 60
Issue: 10
Start Page: 1415
End Page: 1423
Abstract: We carried out a questionnaire survey of all radiological technology schools, to investigate the status of radiation safety education. The questionnaire consisted of questions concerning full-time teachers, measures being taken for the Radiation Protection Supervisor Qualifying Examination, equipment available for radiation safety education, radiation safety education for other departments, curriculum of radiation safety education, and related problems. The returned questionnaires were analyzed according to different groups categorized by form of education and type of establishment. The overall response rate was 55%, and there were statistically significant differences in the response rates among the different forms of education. No statistically significant differences were found in the items relating to full-time teachers, measures for Radiation Protection Supervisor Qualifying Examination, and radiation safety education for other departments, either for the form of education or type of establishment. Queries on the equipment used for radiation safety education revealed a statistically significant difference in unsealed radioisotope institutes among the forms of education. In terms of curriculum, the percentage of radiological technology schools which dealt with neither the shielding calculation method for radiation facilities nor with the control of medical waste was found to be approximately 10%. Other educational problems that were indicated included shortages of full-time teachers and equipment for radiation safety education. In the future, in order to improve radiation safety education at radiological technology schools, we consider it necessary to develop unsealed radioisotope institutes, to appoint more full-time teachers, and to educate students about risk communication.
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Submitter: 小笠原 克彦

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