May’s topic was team working – we discussed the Radiography article “Optimizing patient care in radiology through team-working: A case study from the United Kingdom” by N.Woznitza (@xray_nick), K. Piper, S.Rowe and C.West. May’s topic complemented the Canadian 2015 Joint Congress on Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences (May 28th to 30th, Montréal QC) developed by four Canadian professional organizations representing radiologists and medical radiation technologists. The conference theme was Collaborative Care – Imaging and Treatment.
T1 = What did the study find? T2 = Strengths and limitations? T3 = How could advanced practice improve patient care in your department?
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- Page et al. Factors influencing the development and implementation of advanced radiographer practice in Australia – a qualitative study using an interpretative phenomenological approach J Med Radiat Sci 2014;61:142-150
- Sinclair How do you see Advanced Practice Roles working in your Radiation Therapy Department? J Med Imaging Radiat Sci 2014;45:182-3
- Snaith et al. Radiographer reporting in the UK: A longitudinal analysis Radiography 2014 (In Press)