What Do Medical Students Know About In-Hospital Radiation Hazards?

Janssen, Johan H. A.; Wellens, Hein J. J.
January 1989
Angiology;Jan1989, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
A questionnaire (eight multiple-choice questions) administered to 49 four-thyear medical students from the Limburg State University in the Netherlands shows that several misunderstandings, misconceptions, and erroneous beliefs exist in regard to in-hospital radiation hazards. The authors conclude that it is unlikely that ignorance about this subject is restricted to Dutch medical students.


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