Approved programme of radiological procedures
Radiological procedures for the purposes of diagnostics, treatment and research in health care and due to legal and medical procedures must be implemented in accordance with the approved programme of radiological procedures.
The programme of radiological procedures must comprise:
- the list of radiological procedures which the holder of the licence intends to implement and the criteria for referrals for these procedures with the assessment of administered doses for all standard diagnostic radiological procedures;
- the list of radiation sources that will be used;
- the description of data management and storage on implemented radiological interventions;
- the programme of ensuring and verifying the quality of radiological procedures;
- the list of medical practitioners responsible for radiological procedures;
- the list of authorised experts of medical physics, responsible for optimising radiological procedures, assessing the irradiation of patients and ensuring the quality of protection against radiation;
- the list of radiological engineers.
The provider of radiation activity in health care must consult the authorised expert in medical physics on the preparation of the programme of radiological procedures.
The programme of radiological procedures is approved by the authority competent for the protection against radiation for maximum five years.
Detailed content of the programme depends on the activity:
- Judicial remedy: Appeal
- Competent authority: Ministry of Health