The IAEA and Spanish doctors will promote radiotherapeutic medicine in Latin America

29 October 2015

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Association of Physicians of Spain have signed a cooperation agreement with the aim of promoting radiotherapeutic medicine in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Through the commitment signed this week in the capital of Spain. Madrid, both entities will participate in the promotion of health care that uses nuclear science and technology, the IAEA reported in a statement.

The collaboration agreement also includes the training of personnel and facilities for the practice of radiotherapeutic medicine, as well as for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases through the use of nuclear science.

The agreement also includes the development of educational materials in Spanish on this medical specialty, the training of Latin American doctors in specialized centers and universities, and the participation of Spanish clinical centers in IAEA research programs.

29 October 2015

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Association of Physicians of Spain have signed a cooperation agreement with the aim of promoting radiotherapeutic medicine in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Through the commitment signed this week in the capital of Spain. Madrid, both entities will participate in the promotion of health care that uses nuclear science and technology, the IAEA reported in a statement.

The collaboration agreement also includes the training of personnel and facilities for the practice of radiotherapeutic medicine, as well as for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases through the use of nuclear science.

The agreement also includes the development of educational materials in Spanish on this medical specialty, the training of Latin American doctors in specialized centers and universities, and the participation of Spanish clinical centers in IAEA research programs.