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Support for former practitioners who want to re-register and return to practice

5 October, 2017
Yes You Can

Diagnostic and therapeutic radiographers who left the profession but are looking to return are being courted by a new Health Education England initiative.

A web page encourages potential returners to register their interest and be kept up to date with courses, funding and support.

It also provides information about what returners need to do to update their skills and knowledge to meet Health and Care Professions Council re-registration requirements. It highlights funding available. 

"The web page is a fabulous resources for radiographers currently looking to get back into practice," Sue Johnson, the Society's professional officer responsible for returners, said.

"We have been closely involved with the East Midlands project, which was the test for the national initiative and have been delighted to see the successful return of several well supported radiographers," Sue continued.

"This can only be good news at a time of workforce shortage. I would urge any potential returnee to apply now. The funding pot, while reasonably generous, will run out eventually and I would be sorry to hear radiographers had missed out."

Returners who have questions should email.

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