13. The examination, the purpose of which is to ascertain a candidate’s knowledge in any of the 3 categories listed in this section chosen by the candidate, shall bear respectively on one or more of the following subjects described under each category:
Radiographic techniques and medical imaging, legislation respecting the professions, care of the health services user, radiology, pathology, radiological anatomy, anatomy and physiology, physics-apparatus, image recording, radiobiology and radiation protection, quality control, specific pharmacology;
(2) Radiation oncology
Physics-apparatus, radiobiology, radiation protection, care of the health services user in radiology, anatomy, physiology, pathology, applied radio therapy, treatment planning, legislation respecting the professions, dosimetry, specific pharmacology, image recording and quality control;
(3) Nuclear medicine
Radiobiology, radiation protection, legislation respecting the professions, care of the health services user in radiology, physics-apparatus and instrumentation, radiopharmacology, applied nuclear medicine, anatomy, physiology, pathology, nuclear medicine procedures, quality control, pharmacology.
O.C. 177-92, s. 13; O.C. 647-97, s. 1.