Stephane’s primary role is to maintain the daily operations of Nuclear Medicine services. This includes the technical operation and quality assurance of equipment. He also ensures participant safety as well as the safe use of radiation and radiation emitting devices. He has the responsibility for the implementing Concordia’s radiation protection program and reporting to the University Radiation Safety Committee as well as the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
Stephane has been with PERFORM since 2014. Prior to that he worked in a private medical imaging practice where he successfully developed the quality assurance program and obtained accreditation with mention for the imaging department, reported to the CNSC and was responsible for the nuclear medicine services.
Stephane holds a Bachelors of Health Science Degree from the University of New Brunswick and a Diploma of Nuclear Medicine Technology from the New Brunswick Community College. He is a certified member of the CAMRT and OTIMROEPMQ.
Sessions in which Stephane Frenette attends
Catherine Jane Field, University of Alberta (Keynote speaker)
Amanda Cammalleri (Speaker)
Rachel Downey, Concordia University (Presenter)