The Society of Radiographers (SoR) publishes this guidance to make clear that members need to be aware of both their duty to raise concerns and how to do so. It is important that members recognise...Download PDF
The Society of Radiographers (SoR) publishes this guidance to make clear that members need to be aware of both their duty to raise concerns and how to do so. It is important that members recognise that it is their professional duty to raise any concerns the may have. The SoR will support members and offer appropriate advice and support to members who do raise concerns although it is important to stress that the SoR can neither raise concerns on behalf of members nor is it the body to whom the concerns are raised. This guidance is relevant for all members; students and trainees, the professional workforce at all levels of practice and it is pertinent in all sectors and environments.
The HCPC have published advice for registrants on raising concerns at https://www.sor.org/learning-advice/professional-body-guidance-and-publications/documents-and-publications/policy-guidance-document-library/raising-concerns-in-the-workplace-guidance-for-sor
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