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EDLL 2005 - Health Physics Exam Review

  • 30 CE Credits
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Get the support you need to efficiently prepare for your certified health physicist exam. This 16-week class lets you study at times and places convenient to you!

The class is divided into 17 modules based on the ABHP/AAHP topics. Each module has an approximate 2-hour review of the relevant materials, and example “part 1 style” questions that can be taken multiple times. Multiple old part 2 exams are solved on video as well as written form, so that each person can see the thought process behind solving the problems.

Although you cannot pass the CHP exam with this class alone, it gives you invaluable tools to set up a regular, focused study program leading to success! The American Board of Health Physics (ABHP) has given approval in the past for EDLL 2005 to provide 32 AAHP continuing education credits.

Why should you take this course? Because it will:

  • Benefit any health physicist eligible to take part 1 or 2 of the CHP exam who wants a structured review of the relevant topics.
  • Help you identify your weaknesses and provide guidance on what to study.
  • Refresh your memory on each topic and present example questions and answers like those on the CHP exam.
  • Provide strategies for test taking, explore thumb rules, and offer multiple strategies for solving problems.
  • Give you information on what to study and identify areas where you need to concentrate.

The Health Physics Certification Review class is streamed over the Internet and can be viewed at your convenience. Students interact by email.

Profits from the class support CSU students.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Important Information

Student questions will be answered and online support for this course will continue until the CHP exam is administered in July. Approximately 300 hours of study are recommended in order to pass the exam. This class will require a significant time commitment. For late registration, please contact the instructor.

Textbooks and Materials

Students are asked to order their texts from or other online vendor.


Thomas Johnson

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Dr. Johnson's research in the laser research lab is focused on safety and laser injury recovery and the acute effects of ionizing radiation. Dr. Johnson received his Ph.D. in health physics from the School of Health Sciences at Purdue University.

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