Calibration of Phototherapy Equipment: Guy's and St. Thomas' Medical Physics UV calibration service

The Non-ionising Radiation Section (Medical Physics Department at Guy's & St Thomas' Foundation Trust) work closely with the Phototherapy Support Network to provide accurate and reliable UV meter calibrations and measurements needed to provide the highest quality phototherapy services.

These medical physics services are already extended to many centres in the form of regular (twice yearly) visits to check the output of cabins and annual meter calibration checks.

The physics group have built-up considerable expertise in these areas and in the safety issues around provision of phototherapy services, and are always happy to provide advice and measurements to other centres through the Phototherapy Support Network. Please feel free to download the following guidelines:-

Attached file:
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British Photodermatology Group Guidelines for dosimetry and callibration in ultraviolet radiation therapy (2002)
(PDF format, 136kb)

To find out how we can support your centre, please contact:

Trish Garibaldinos (Trish.Garibaldinos@gstt.nhs.uk) or the Head of the Non-ionising Radiation Section, Dr Andy Coleman (Tel. 020 7188 3811 e-mail: andrew.coleman@gstt.nhs.uk)

2 Day Phototherapy training course on Dosimetry & Clinical Practice
Our annual 2 day Phototherapy course will take place at Robens Suite, Guy's Hospital on the 10th and 11th October 2018. The cost will be £450. If you wish to attend, please email nichola.mair@kcl.ac.uk .
Posted on: 7-Jan-2018


Update Meeting Thursday 1st March 2018
Update Meeting at Sherman Education Centre Guys' Hospital on Thursday 1st March, 3pm. Please email Nichola Mair at nichola.mair@kcl.ac.uk if you wish to attend. There will be a Steering Group Meeting immediately prior to the update
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Letter regarding update meeting 1st March (Word format, 40kb)

Posted on: 6-Jan-2018


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