With the new ABR rules in 2012 (see http://www.mdphysics.com/new-abr-certification-rule), if you intend to enter the field of medical physics, it would be beneficial–if not necessary–to plan ahead and to carefully choose which Medical Physics program you are going to attend. Starting in 2012, you must be enrolled in or have graduated from a CAMPEP accrediated school in order to qualify to sit for the ABR exam. Many schools offer medical physics programs, but not all are accrediated by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Educational Program (CAMPEP). mdphysics is planning to post some information on each school that offers an accredited medical physics program for those who are planing to pursue a degree in medical physics. Each school will be spotlighted in its own post, so if you have comments to offer regarding any of the programs, you may write them in the appropriate post.