NORPART Project: Ghana-Norway Collaboration in Medical Physics and Radiography Education
Ghana-Norway Collaboration in Medical Physics and Radiography Education
- To consolidate education and training in medical physics, radiation protection and radiography in Ghana and Africa.
- To build human resource needed to push the agenda of sound diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, radiation protection and radiography services in Ghana and Africa.
- To assist in the provision of quality healthcare delivery by medical physics and other allied health services in Ghana and Africa
Five years (2017 – 2021) funding (4,950,000) from
- Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic (NORPART) Cooperation – DIKU
- Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research
- Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Annual summer school in medical physics and radiography in Ghana.
- Exchange program for students in medical physics, radiography and radiation protection
- Guest lectureships at partner Universities in Ghana.
- Department of Physics (NTNU)
- School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, University of Ghana
- St.Olavs Hospital (Cancer Clinic, Clinic of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine)
- Department of Health Sciences, NTNU
- Norwegian Association of Medical Physicists
- Norwegian Association of Radiographers
- Ghana Atomic Energy Commission
- Korle Bu Teaching Hospital
- Komfo Anokye Teaching Hosital
- School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences, University of Ghana
- University of Cape Coast
- University for Development Studies
- Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
- Ghana Society for Medical Physics
- Ghana Society of Radiographers