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How do you solve a problem like reporting?: A guide from the experts

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Diagnostic Image Interpretation in the UK is arguably at its most challenging point. Capacity is in very short supply and demand is continuously increasing, far outpacing the rate at which the sector can train or employ new recruits.

So just how do you solve a problem like reporting?

This Study Evening will attempt to answer this question from the perspective of the experts. The purpose of the event is to try and understand the challenges in more detail, how we can overcome them and some of the paradigms which exist in our profession. Our aim is to inspire those who are looking to invokea positive change in mindset within their department, which will consequently lead to a positive change in practice. It is an opportunity to take full advantage of the panel of experts by raising some of your own experiences and challenges – which our experts will share their comments and insights on.

This is a free event with donations and contributions welcomed. All donations raised will be going towards the Funding Neuro Charity, a charity very close to our hearts. To make a donation to this very worthy cause please click here

This event will be CPD accredited and is aimed at radiographers, radiology managers, radiologists and anyone with an interest in diagnostic image reporting.

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18:00: Registration and refreshments

18:20: Introduction (Chair and InHealth)

18:30: Professor Bev Snaith - Consultant Radiographer from Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and University of Bradford: Radiographer Reporting Academy: How it came about, the vision and the outcomes

18:55: Dr Susan Kearney - Consultant Cardiothoracic Radiologist from Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: The CXR Report

19:20: Dr Marlon Morais - Consultant GP from Manchester Road GP Surgery: A GP’s perspective of reporting

19:45 Professor Nigel Thomas - Consultant MSK Radiologist: Radiographer Reporting from University of Salford: Past, Present, Future

20:10: Dr Amanda Martin - Lead Radiographer from Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: Specialist or Generalist Reporting Radiographer roles.

20:25: Panel Discussion and Q&A: “How do you solve a problem like reporting?"

21:10: Drinks, snacks and Networking

22:00: Close

The event will be chaired by Nick Woznitza, Clinical Academic Radiographer from Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & Canterbury Christ Church University, and winner of the AHP of the Year award 2017.

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