The Computed Tomography Simulators guideline is available here. It is recommended to have it available throughout the self-assessment.
Once you complete the audit and click "Done" a score will be automatically generated for you to print off and use.
Note: The tool only allows for one answer to be marked as correct. Please be advised that although some answers will be marked as incorrect, you will still be awarded 1 point. For example: greater frequency = more frequent = 1 point. Less tolerance = tighter tolerance = 1 point. Answering N/A will not deduct points from your total score.
CPQR and COMP are also undertaking a comprehensive review of the TQC Suite of Guidelines in an effort to ensure they remain relevant to the Canadian medical physics community and reflect current practice. If you have suggestions for changes to any of the documents please let us know by completing the survey linked at completion of this tool.