The purpose of this document is to promote the expert skills of the radiographer working in DXA and illustrate their role within osteoporosis services.Download PDF
The purpose of this document is to promote the expert skills of the radiographer working in DXA and illustrate their role within osteoporosis services. Relevant to commissioners and service managers, it considers service quality, including the key skills, knowledge and behaviour (personal attributes and conduct) required to work in DXA and as part of a wider osteoporosis service. It provides assurance to patients and service users of the professional standards the College of Radiographers (CoR) considers essential for radiographers involved in the delivery of high quality specialised fracture prevention, detection and ongoing care.
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