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Radiographer Reporting: for the many, not just the few?

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Guy's Hospital (Robens Suite)

Great Maze Pond

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Radiographer reporting has been supporting imaging departments in England for over 25 years, creating diagnostic capacity, streamlining patient journeys and improving outcomes. But, is it universally embraced and accepted? Research suggests uptake of radiographer reporting is patchy and polarised. Why is this? Are there common themes in this disparity of practice? Is Radiographer Reporting: for the many, not just the few?

Join us for the 3rd Annual InHealth Radiographer Reporting study evening held in collaboration with the Society & College of Radiographers and the British Institute of Radiologists, where we have assembled five of the most well respected Thought Leaders from the UK and beyond to share their evidence with you. Themes discussed will include:

  • The progress being made in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

  • Are the challenges faced now the same as those faced in England 10/15 years ago?

  • Why (and how) is Scandinavia developing radiographer reporting?

  • What service improvement is continuing to take place in England?

We will discuss, debate and (hopefully) answer the question; “Is Radiographer Reporting: for the many, not just the few?”

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6:00pm – Registration

6:20pm – Introduction from the Chair, Nick Woznitza and InHealth Reporting

6:30pm – Charlotte Beardmore: Director of Professional Policy from the Society & College of Radiographers

Update on Teamworking document from the SCoR

6:40pm – Gareth Thomas: President of the Society & College of Radiographers

The Welsh perspective

7:00pm – Professor Jonathan McConnell: Consultant Radiographer - NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

The Scottish Perspective

7:20pm – Grainne Forsythe: Lead Reporting Radiographer – Southern Trust, Northern Ireland

The Northern Irish

7:40pm – Hakon Hjemly: Director of Policy at Norsk Radiografforbund, Norway

The Scandinavian perspective

8:00pm – Dr Kath Halliday: Paediatric Radiologist/Clinical Lead at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust & GIRFT Imaging Clinical Lead

What is NHS GIRFT?

8:30pm – Panel discussion – Speakers from the evening

9:15pm – Networking, Food & Drink refreshments

10:00pm – Close

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