Under the direction of the MedDos Infinity Task Group, the AAMD undertook a comprehensive study of the Medical Dosimetry workforce in 2020. The overarching goal of the Workforce Study was to help the AAMD and other stakeholders understand the current state of the Medical Dosimetry workforce as the profession prepares for future growth and development. Data was gathered from Medical Dosimetrists and other Radiation Oncology professionals and analyzed in the six reports listed below. What did the AAMD gain from this research?
A presentation of the Workforce Study data and insights will be given by the research project director, Michael Mills, PhD, during the AAMD Virtual 46th Annual Meeting on June 9, 2021.
Workforce Study Reports
Download the reports using the links below. NOTE: Reports #2 – 6 are available to AAMD members only. You will be prompted for your member login and password in order to access the report.
Technical Report #1 – Executive Summary – Medical Dosimetry Workforce Study
Technical Report #2 – Membership Workforce Survey of Currently Active Medical Dosimetrists
Technical Report #3 – Staffing Model for Medical Dosimetry Practice
Technical Report #4 – Future Trends in the Supply of and Demand for Medical Dosimetrists
Technical Report # 5 – Survey of Radiation Oncology Professionals
Technical Report #6 – Interviews with Selected Medical Dosimetrists
The 2019 Salary Survey was conducted in the summer of 2020 using 2019 salary data. View the complete report. NOTE: You will be prompted for your AAMD member login and password in order to access the report.
Salary Calculator: AAMD members can use this handy tool, based on the 2019 Salary Survey data, to calculate specific salary ranges based on years of experience, geographic location, education and other criteria. Download the Salary Calculator.
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Salary Surveys prior to 2019 are available upon request. Please email email@example.com for more information.