Synergy May 2024 is now live

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

Published: 14 May 2024 SoR

The May edition of Synergy can now be accessed online for members of the Society of Radiographers.

This month, the Society’s essential publication features an interview with Dr Claire Rainey, whose work with AI seeks to investigate the future of radiography, an analysis of the SoR’s journey towards equality and how best it can promote diversity and inclusion, and a sit-down with your prospective vice presidential candidates, Robin Bickerton and Rachel Nolan.

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Also in the May edition of Synergy, we sat down with radiography apprentice Lucie Armson to understand her unusual career journey from finance to healthcare.

We also talk to forensic radiographer Keiran Kelly about post-mortem imaging at the East London Forensic Centre in Walthamstow, to understand how his work supports families and court, as well as student radiographer Catherine Mackay, who spoke for the first time at ADC about how the Society can address student bullying on placement.

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: Vice presidential candidates Robin Bickerton and Rachel Nolan 
  • Analysis: Doing the right thing: The SoR journey towards equality
  • Opinion: ‘AI - Are we nearly there yet?’
  • Annual Delegates Conference 2024: Your priorities take centre stage
  • Could you be a forensic radiographer?
  • How to combat student bullying

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