The AAPM should develop protocols generically, and avoid documents that are too strict and prescriptive, to facilitate their adoption by regulatory agencies like the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and States
Jones, Cynthia G.
Thomadsen, Bruce R.
Hendee, William R.
American Institute of Physics
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The following article appeared in Jones, C.G., Thomadsen, B., & Hendee, W.R. (2000). The Aapm Should Develop Protocols Generically, And Avoid Documents That Are Too Strict And Prescriptive, To Facilitate Their Adoption By Regulatory Agencies Like The Nuclear Regulatory Commission And States. Medical Physics, 27(3), 431-433. and may be found at http://scitation.aip.org/medphys/