Medical, Legal, And Practice
What more can be done to improve a child's MRI experience?
TORONTO - Play therapy can help to improve children's MRI exam experience and make it possible for them to remain awake during imaging, according to novel research presented at ISMRM 2023.
June 7, 2023
Radiography and medical students benefit from VR training
Most radiography and medical students appreciate the value of virtual reality (VR) simulation-based training to learn about radiation protection in the interventional radiology suite, an Irish research group reported on 25 May in
May 30, 2023
Half of radiographers report work-related back pain
Half of working radiographers in Ireland reported experiencing low back pain, with an alarming nine percent being hospitalized and a third consulting a healthcare provider, according to the results of a survey.
February 16, 2023
Radiation exposure among imaging staff lower than recommended limits
Occupational exposure to radiation among radiologists and radiographers is about 90% below annual dosage limits. That's the key finding of a report published by authors in the Middle East.
February 2, 2023
DON'T USE THIS VERSION. PHIL Study: Tap radiographers to improve the diagnosis of lung cancer
Radiographers in the U.K. can help fill gaps in cancer care due to the national shortage of consultant radiologists by rapidly reporting chest x-rays of patients with suspected lung cancer, according to a recent study.
November 4, 2022
Radiographers can add value in double reading of mammography
In countries with workforce constraints, could radiographers help with double reading of mammograms? Researchers from Nottingham, U.K., believe they can, and say their results support the use of physician extenders for breast screening.
September 14, 2022
Khine takes on professor's role at U.K. university
Ricardo Khine, PhD, has been appointed a professor at Buckinghamshire New University in the U.K.
August 23, 2022
U.K. groups agree on novel career path for sonographers
Health Education England, the British Medical Ultrasound Society, and the U.K. Society of Radiographers have developed a new career path for sonographers.
July 28, 2022
IAEA, GE to train radiologists in Africa, Latin America
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and GE Healthcare will provide medical imaging training to radiologists and nuclear medicine professionals in Africa and Latin America.
July 19, 2022
U.K. radiographers often unaware of how radiology AI works
Many radiographers in the U.K. don't really understand how artificial intelligence (AI) technology can interpret imaging studies, according to research presented at this week's UK Imaging & Oncology (UKIO) Congress in Liverpool.
July 6, 2022
CoR calls on experts to act as witnesses in legal cases
The College of Radiographers (CoR) is calling on experienced radiographers and sonographers to join its expert witness list for medicolegal cases in the U.K.
June 30, 2022
U.K. radiographers focus on need for better working conditions
Motions to address the need for safer working conditions for radiographers were actively discussed at this week's annual delegate conference of the U.K. Society of Radiographers (SoR).
April 26, 2022
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