The survey was conducted by international market research firm TNS.

The survey was conducted by international market research firm TNS, over the period, 01-03 July 2005, and included 1,001 respondents – 500 male/501 female; urban/307 694 non-urban, 16-34 years , 35 – 49 years , 50-64 years and over 65 .

Q1 Should your doctor ask your permission before he / she is your de – identified health risks information to: not government purposes Yes 78 percent No 19 percent White – Medical Research Yes 81 percent No 17 percent Do not know 2 percent percent.. Respondents were 50/50 male and female male with 500 respondents and 501 female split to an age basis respondents collapsed to 300 in 16-34 years, 322 in 35-49. In 50-64 and 150 in 65 and on top of a capital and the rest of the country classification, the division was pretty representative with 694 respondents in the capitals and 307 located elsewhere in the state.The Silverman Awards by Harold Silverman Harold Silverman , a pioneer educator in the radiotherapy, the medrapid, their published items deserves recognition for its outstanding contribution the profession in respect of a further development of any phase of the art, science or technologies imagined. Ask Raymond, Joan O’Brien, RT . Richard Harris Richard Harris is the authors of award-winning, Brian Laplander, RT for items The influence demographic tags to Radiation Therapist Practice, which appeared in the fall 2005 issue of Radiation Therapist.

Named for the former long-time Radiologic Technology editor of Jean I. Widger Widger the award annually detects the very best peer-reviewed research published in the journal. This year’s winning articles discusses the findings of a study conducted to assess the prevalence of the magic angle effect, an artifact of has found in to to evaluate to the MRI the supraspinatus tendon.. The American Society of Radiologic Technologists the winner of two Distinctions for peer-reviewed journal articles – that Jean I. Widger Distinguished Author Award used for radiological equipment and Harold Silverman, Radiation Therapist Distinguished Author Awards.