The Society’s annual ‘blue-sky thinking’ title, Imaging & Oncology, has been launched to coincide with this year's UKIO Online Congress.
Free to download, in previous years the magazine has also been available as printed copies at UKIO and Society events and conferences. The pandemic has meant that a digital only version is available this year.
The issue features articles from the brightest and best:
Consultant Radiographers in the United Kingdom – The Society
and College of Radiographers Consultant Radiographers
Advisory Group (CRAG) Position Paper
Dr Yat Tsang, Sue Williams, Heather Nisbet, Laurence Skermer,
Sairanne Wickers, Dr Jonathan McConnell
Imaging Networks - A New Model for Service Delivery
Fiona Thow, Professor Erika Denton, Andy Howlett
An Exploration of Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP) in Therapeutic Radiography: A Qualitative Inquiry
Dr Ricardo Khine, Dr Adéle Steward-Lord, Helen Clements, Spencer Goodman
The Needs of Lesbian Gay and Bisexual People Affected by Cancer
First Steps into Practice: The Value of Preceptorship
Dr Amanda Martin, Emma Dodd
The Career Sonographer – Myth or Reality?
A Transgender Patient in the Nuclear Medicine Department
Training for Treatment, Cancer Prehabilitation and Beyond
Patient Engagement, Always Events and the Future
Louise Harding, Paula Park
Senior Clinical Leadership in the National Health Service (NHS):
Why are Allied Health Professions (AHPs) So Important?
Dr Joanne Fillingham
Personalised Care - Rethinking Medicine for the 21st Century
The 2020 issue and all editions since Imaging & Oncology began publication in 2005, are available to download.