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  • Team Working within clinical imaging: A contemporary view of skills mix

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED – View the latest version Date published: 1 January, 2007 ISBN: 1 871101 38 7

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    Summary

    This document aims to identify and disseminate examples of good skills mix practice within a sound and robust clinical governance framework. There is also clarification of delegation, transference of care and supervised roles. Whilst the Colleges acknowledge diverse views on skills mix amongst their Fellows and Members, we feel it is essential to give guidance on good, safe practice across a range of skills and expertise.

  • Health Care Associated Infections (HCAIs) Practical Guidance and Advice

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 1 November, 2006 ISBN: 1 871101 39 5
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    Summary

    This document is issued by the Society & College of Radiographers (SCoR) to provide advice and guidance on control of infection to all members, including students.

  • Statement on ultrasound referrals and professional indemnity

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 1 November, 2006

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    Summary

    The purpose of this guidance is to consider current ultrasound referral practice against
    existing professional indemnity arrangements for members of the Society of Radiographers who are practising sonographers.
     

  • Medical Image Interpretation & Clinical Reporting by Non-Radiologists: The Role of the Radiographer

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 30 September, 2006 ISBN: 1 871101 22 0

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    Summary

    SCoR is pleased to present this document, which makes explicit its role in the development of Nuclear Medicine Practice and support of nuclear medicine practitioners. The Society welcomes the collaboration between radiographers and clinical technologists in drafting the document. This document identifies how various policies of SCoR apply in the context of nuclear medicine practice. It endorses the continuing development of practitioners and their role in the provision of a nuclear medicine service which meets the changing needs of patients and harnesses new technological developments.

  • Drugs Act 2005

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 31 August, 2006

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    Summary

    The Drugs Bill has provisions within the act to include use of x-rays and ultrasound scans and diagnostic radiographers and sonographers need to be aware of the implications of this.  The Drugs Act 2005 applies in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

  • The Filmless Department: use of images as evidence in legal proceedings

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 31 May, 2006

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    Summary

    In response to several questions from Clinical Imaging Departments and with the increase in the use of Picture Archive and Communication Systems (PACS) the Society and College of Radiographers issues this advice and guidance for Clinical Imaging Departments on the use of images as evidence in legal proceedings.

  • Clinical Education and Training: Guidance and Strategies for Effective Relationships Between Education Providers, Placement Prov

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 1 March, 2006 ISBN: 1 871101 34 4

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    Summary

    The publication of this advice and guidance document is timely given that there has been a significant increase in the numbers of learners within clinical imaging and in radiotherapy and oncology departments. In addition, findings from Clinical Education and Training: Capacity and Quality Project Report (CoR 2004) indicated some concern about the relationships between education providers, placement providers and learners. Everyone involved in the education and training of learners, including the learners themselves, have responsibilities to ensure successful outcomes and this document aims to support all those concerned.

  • Positioning Therapeutic Radiographers within Cancer Services: Delivering Patient-Centred Care

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED – View the latest version Date published: 1 March, 2006 Topics: Managers, Radiotherapy ISBN: 1 871101 33 6
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    SCoR provides this guidance to set out the nature of the contribution that therapy radiographers can make. Despite the serious and chronic shortages of therapeutic radiographers, they are well placed to contribute to cancer care at all three levels of management identified in the person-centred model of care management outlined in the NHS cancer plan and the new NHS: Providing a patient-centred service

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  • Professional Standards to be Achieved in Diagnostic Imaging, Radiotherapy and Oncology

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 1 January, 2006

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  • Education & Professional Development: Moving Ahead

    SUPERSEDED AND ARCHIVED Date published: 1 January, 2006 ISBN: 1 871101 08 5

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    Summary

    SCoR is pleased to bring you this further implementation guidance to its Education and Professional Development (EPD) strategy (CoR 2002), and Education and Professional Development: Moving Ahead (CoR 2003). This document recognises that for patients, staff and employers to benefit from the opportunities outlined in the EPD strategy, continual development, growth and embedding of professional skills and culture is a priority. Additionally, the profession must work closely with employers to identify adequate resources to support development opportunities and to ensure that effort and skills are properly rewarded. It also recognises that the strategy cannot be delivered without the support of the profession as a whole.

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