Webinar: Motion management in radiotherapy – getting the physicists closer to patients

Organised by the Global Medical Physics Leadership and Mentoring Group The details of the talk are as follows: ● Speaker: Professor Tomas Kron (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne; Australia)● Topic: Motion management in radiotherapy – getting the physicists closer to patients● Date: 29th September 2022 (Thursday)● Time: 10:30 AM ~ 12:00 PM (GMT+0)● Local time link … Read more

International Day of Medical Physics 2022 – IDMP Award

IDMP Award is open for application!! The IOMP is pleased to seek nominations for the IDMP Award. This award recognises excellence in Medical Physics with a particular view of promoting medical physics to a larger audience and highlighting the contributions medical physicists make for patient care. The IDMP Award is linked to the International Day … Read more


Goals of the grants To assist medical physicists from developing countries in the SEAFOMP region to attend and present their work at the IUPESM WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICAL PHYSICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING (IUPESM WC2022) To foster international co-operation in the field of medical physics not only between SEAFOMP member countries, but also between medical physicists … Read more

MPWB Survey

Medical Physics for World Benefit is performing an international survey to investigate whether the Medical Physics community considers virtual mentoring to be of benefit to the community, especially for under-resourced contexts? Questions regarding challenges and successes in the virtual mentoring process will be addressed as a way of optimizing the virtual mentoring experience. All Medical … Read more

20 Years of SEAFOMP

South East Asian Federation of Organizations for Medical Physics (SEAFOMP) was officially formed when it was accepted as a regional chapter of the International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP) at the World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, held in Chicago, Illinois, in 2000.[1] The founding member countries of SEAFOMP were Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Two other ASEAN countries joined SEAFOMP later in 2002 (Brunei) … Read more