Joseph Mahoney

Medical Physicist

  • Certified by the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Radiologic Physics
  • Certified by the American Board of Radiology in Nuclear Medicine Physics
  • Member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine
  • Licensed Medical Physicist in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington DC, Texas, and Illinois
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Courses

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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: Radiation Quantities and Units (CE AVIR)

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: In this third episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about radiation quantities and units and what their effects are physically and biologically.
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: How Much Radiation is Safe? (CE AVIR)

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: In this fifth episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about how much radiation is safe and the deterministic or threshold effects levels of radiation. Additionally, we will talk the statistical risk fac...
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: Program Management (CE AVIR)

Course Credit: 1.50
Program Summary: X-rays have revolutionized medicine and enabled us to diagnose and help patients that would not have been possible without them. X-rays can cause acute harm, cancer and birth defects if not administered correctly and that is why practitioners must un...
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: How Much Radiation is Safe?(FREE)

Course Credit: 0.00
Program Summary: In this fifth episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about how much radiation is safe and the deterministic or threshold effects levels of radiation. Additionally, we will talk the statistical risk fac...
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: Radiation Protection for Patients and Staff (CE AVIR)

Course Credit: 0.50
Program Summary: In this sixth episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about staff and patient radiation focusing primarily on scattered radiation that is not being used for diagnostic purposes and the precautions can b...
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: Biological Effects of Radiation (CE AVIR)

Course Credit: 1.50
Program Summary: In this fourth episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about X-rays potential to do biological harm specifically what they do on a cellular level. Additionally discussed is when a cell is damaged how th...
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: What are X-Rays? (FREE)

Course Credit: 0.00
Program Summary: In this first episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about what X-rays are and how they get produced. We will learn about the X-ray tube and the other components.
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: Patient Radiation Dose Management (AVIR CE)

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: In this seventh episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about patient dose management and how to customize the dose based patient size and length of procedure.
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Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: What are X-Rays? (CE)

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: In this first episode of the 8-episode series Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy we will talk about what X-rays are and how they get produced. We will learn about the X-ray tube and the other components.
or Register to enroll in this course.