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医療機関を対象とした放射線安全管理体制に関する調査研究. 第1報 放射線取扱主任者,安全管理組織および教育訓練について

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Title: 医療機関を対象とした放射線安全管理体制に関する調査研究. 第1報 放射線取扱主任者,安全管理組織および教育訓練について
Other Titles: Survey and Analysis of Radiation Safety Management Systems at Medical Institutions. Initial Report: Radiation Protection Supervisor, Radiation Safety Organization, and Education and Training
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 management
Radiation protection supervisor
Radiation safety organization
Education and training
Questionnaire survey
Issue Date: 20-Nov-2005
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: 61
Issue: 11
Start Page: 1542
End Page: 1550
Abstract: In this study, a questionnaire survey was carried out to determine the actual situation of radiation safety management systems in Japanese medical institutions with nuclear medicine facilities. The questionnaire consisted of questions concerning the Radiation Protection Supervisor license, safety management organizations, and problems related to education and training in safety management. Analysis was conducted according to region, type of establishment, and number of beds. The overall response rate was 60%, and no significant difference in response rate was found among regions. Medical institutions that performed nuclear medicine practices without a radiologist participating accounted for 10% of the total. Medical institutions where nurses gave patients intravenous injections of radiopharmaceuticals as part of the nuclear medicine practices accounted for 28% of the total. Of these medical institutions, 59% provided education and training in safety management for nurses. The rate of acquisition of Radiation Protection Supervisor licenses was approximately 70% for radiological technologists and approximately 20% for physicians (regional difference, p=0.02). The rate of medical institutions with safety management organizations was 71% of the total. Among the medical institutions (n=208) without safety management organizations, approximately 56% had 300 beds or fewer. In addition, it became clear that 35% of quasi-public organizations and 44% of private organizations did not provide education and training in safety management (p<0.001, according to establishment).
Type: article
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Submitter: 小笠原 克彦

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