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  • The College of Radiographers Research Priorities for the Radiographic Profession

    Date published: 23 January, 2017 Topics: Researchers ISBN: 978-1-909802-12-4

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    Research should be at the heart of healthcare practice, underpinning all aspects of patient care. In order for radiography practice to move forward, radiographers need to lead and participate in research and implement the findings of such research to enable improvements in health care delivery, patient care, technological innovations, education, and development of the workforce.  This need is made explicit in the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) Standards of Proficiency for Radiographers, which state that radiographers must be able to engage in evidence-based practice.

    A newly revised research strategy from the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) from 2016 to 2021 sets a clear vision to improve patient care and outcomes by continuing to develop, grow and implement a high quality evidence base. In order to meet the aims and vision of the SCoR research strategy, it is important to identify what the key research areas will be for radiography research in the UK over the next five years.  These research priority areas will enable the profession to focus research activity on topics that are deemed to be critical for current and future radiography practice; and enable appropriate channelling of funding resources. This report describes the modified Delphi method used to establish the key research priority areas for the radiography profession.

  • The Radiography Workforce: Current Challenges and Changing Needs

    Date published: 9 December, 2016 Topics: Advanced practitioners, Consultants, Educators, Reporting, Researchers
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  • Diagnostic Radiography UK Workforce Report 2016

    Date published: 14 November, 2016 Topics: Advanced practitioners, Consultants, Imaging, Managers, Surveys

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    In May 2016, the College of Radiographers (CoR) carried out a census of the diagnostic radiography workforce in the UK. The objectives were to establish the size, structure, nature and vacancy rate of the workforce in order to inform workforce planning. Around 90 providers of diagnostic imaging responded to an online questionnaire. This document presents an analysis of the census results.

  • Trans Equality; guidance for the radiography workforce (imaging and radiotherapy)

    Date published: 5 October, 2016

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    SoR group Equalise presents this guide to assist the workforce  to better understand Trans-gender. The guide looks at the issue of trans equality and provides an introduction to the issues, information on the legal framework and guidance on common workplace issues.

  • The Radiographic Assistant Practitioner’s role in Quality Control of Radiological Equipment

    Date published: 9 September, 2016 Topics: Assistant practitioners, Radiation protection
  • Approval and Accreditation Board; Annual Report 2013-2014

    Date published: 3 August, 2016
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    CoR is pleased to publish the 2013-2014 Approval and Accreditation Board (AAB) Report. The purpose of the report is to draw together the activity of the AAB by including data on the approval and accreditation work of the Board. Data and statistics from the Education Institution Annual Monitoring Survey constitute a significant proportion of the report. These statistics provide a mainly quantitative overview of the position of radiographic education within the UK. This will enable education providers, including providers of clinical imaging and radiotherapy services, to compare their own data with national data and to extract key areas where they may have further work to do or areas where they can share their good practice with the rest of the radiographic community.

  • Approval and Accreditation Board; Annual Report 2010-2011

    Date published: 2 August, 2016
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    CoR is pleased to publish the 2010-2011 Approval and Accreditation Board (AAB) Report. The purpose of the report is to draw together the activity of the AAB by including data on the approval and accreditation work of the Board. Data and statistics from the Education Institution Annual Monitoring Survey constitute a significant proportion of the report. These statistics provide a mainly quantitative overview of the position of radiographic education within the UK. This will enable education providers, including providers of clinical imaging and radiotherapy services, to compare their own data with national data and to extract key areas where they may have further work to do or areas where they can share their good practice with the rest of the radiographic community.

  • Approval and Accreditation Board; Annual Report 2009-2010

    Date published: 1 August, 2016
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    CoR is pleased to publish the 2009-2010 Approval and Accreditation Board (AAB) Report. The purpose of the report is to draw together the activity of the AAB by including data on the approval and accreditation work of the Board. Data and statistics from the Education Institution Annual Monitoring Survey constitute a significant proportion of the report. These statistics provide a mainly quantitative overview of the position of radiographic education within the UK. This will enable education providers, including providers of clinical imaging and radiotherapy services, to compare their own data with national data and to extract key areas where they may have further work to do or areas where they can share their good practice with the rest of the radiographic community.

  • Approval and Accreditation Board; Annual Report 2008-2009

    Date published: 31 July, 2016
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    CoR is pleased to publish the 2008-2009 Approval and Accreditation Board (AAB) Report. The purpose of the report is to draw together the activity of the AAB by including data on the approval and accreditation work of the Board. Data and statistics from the Education Institution Annual Monitoring Survey constitute a significant proportion of the report. These statistics provide a mainly quantitative overview of the position of radiographic education within the UK. This will enable education providers, including providers of clinical imaging and radiotherapy services, to compare their own data with national data and to extract key areas where they may have further work to do or areas where they can share their good practice with the rest of the radiographic community.

  • Approval and Accreditation Board; Annual Report 2007-2008

    Date published: 30 July, 2016
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    CoR is pleased to publish the 2007-2008 Approval and Accreditation Board (AAB) Report. The purpose of the report is to draw together the activity of the AAB by including data on the approval and accreditation work of the Board. Data and statistics from the Education Institution Annual Monitoring Survey constitute a significant proportion of the report. These statistics provide a mainly quantitative overview of the position of radiographic education within the UK. This will enable education providers, including providers of clinical imaging and radiotherapy services, to compare their own data with national data and to extract key areas where they may have further work to do or areas where they can share their good practice with the rest of the radiographic community.

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