Synergy March 2024 is live

The essential monthly publication for radiographers, providing news, features, profiles, and events

Published: 13 March 2024 SoR

The March edition of Synergy is now accessible for members of the Society of Radiographers, with new content available through the digital portal.

This month, the magazine features a breakdown of the SoR’s new manifesto, a profile on private hospital CEO Mark Regan, and an analysis of AI in the profession – its impacts, costs, and benefits.

Read the full edition here.

The publication also hears from radiographer Tamer Ganem, who works in Rafah, to hear about his experience of living and working in southern Gaza. 

Synergy also sat down with student radiographer Saraaz Khalil, who is working to spread awareness of the struggles of deaf people in healthcare, as well as Diagnostic Radiographer Charlotte Slater, who explained more about her decision to move to and work in Australia.

We also outline the work and aims of the College of the Radiographers, to help members better understand what it does.

Synergy, now published as an online magazine format, is available to all members of SoR and features the professional lives of radiographers from across the UK. 

SoR members can make the most of Synergy’s digital experience to catch up with all the latest radiography news, views and feature articles.

Highlights this month:

  • Profile: Mark Regan
  • Analysis: AI in radiography
  • The Radiography Manifesto – how members can show their support
  • Under Siege in Rafah
  • Sign Language: An essential skill for radiographers?
  • The Annual Students’ Conference – a breakdown
  • A radiographer’s experience in Australia
  • ‘Nothing goes in the bin’ – how a hospital in Ghana is using equipment from Berkshire

And more roundups of news, people, research grants and partnerships, the latest education and events, and how the SoR team is ready to help its members.

Click here, or on the image above, to read the full magazine.