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Implementing Radiography Career Progression: Guidance for Managers
The Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) has developed this further implementation guidance to its Education and Professional Development (EPD) strategy in order to assist managers of clinical imaging and radiotherapy & oncology services. In the development of this document, managers within the profession have used their experience and their imagination to create an advice document which will support their colleagues in implementing the career progression framework.
Guidance on Implementation of Policy and Principles: The Approval & Accreditation of Education Programmes & Professional Practice in Radiography
The Society and College of Radiographers launched its Approval and Accreditation: Policy and Principles document in June 2004. This document follows on from that original document and provides information on the benefits of implementing the Society and College’s Approval and Accreditation Framework. It also provides broad guidance on the implementation of the framework and acts as a source of reference for education providers, education commissioners, purchasers and sponsors, and _ those acting for the Society and College of Radiographers on approval and accreditation functions.
Policy & Principles: The Approval & Accreditation of Education Programmes & Professional Practice in Radiography
The Society and College of Radiographers accredits the professional level
workforce in radiography through validation and approval of both pre- and post- registration education programmes and through accreditation of the individual as they enter membership of the professional body. It now intends to broaden and streamline this work to provide a comprehensive framework within which education, professional development and learning departments may gain professional
body recognition and approval, leading to accreditation of individuals and departments.
The causes of Musculoskeletal Injury amongst Sonographers in the UK
This document was published in 2002. It contains research findings and gives recommendations that have often been cited by others in later publications. To ensure that it remains available for today’s researchers to access it is maintained on the ‘active’ part of the document library. Clearly much has changed with respect to healthcare provision since 2002 but the research within and the recommendations arising from it remain relevant today