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2018-10-11
Radiation Protection Center hosts radiation safety specialist from Latvia

    Ms. Aija Lazdane representing the Latvian Radiation Safety Centre started his International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) awarded four-week long Fellowship at the Radiation Protection Center (RPC) on 1th October.

 

    Following developed personal training program, Latvian radiation safety specialist will strengthen her knowledge on implementation of radiation protection requirements while performing X-ray diagnostic, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy procedures, as well as in other practices. Ms. Aija Lazdane will also be introduced to the Lithuanian radiation protection infrastructure, national radiation protection legislation, state supervision and control of radiation protection of health care institutions, industry, also science and education facilities. Fellow together with the state radiation protection supervision officials of the RPC will inspect facilities dealing with sources of ionizing radiation.


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