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Why did you decide to specialise in breast imaging?

16 October, 2017
Mammography patient

Mammographers who have been qualified as a radiographer for 10 years or less are being asked to help with a study investigating career choices.

Cambridge Breast Unit and the University of Suffolk, with funding from Symposium Mammographicum, want to find out why practitioners choose to specialise in breast imaging. The survey is part of a larger project involving student radiographers and their views on mammography as a future career option, including allowing male radiographers to carry out screening.

It is hoped evidence from the study could inform recommendations to address current workforce shortages.

The questionnaire is open until 20 December and takes no longer than 15 minutes to complete. It is anonymous unless participants choose to leave contact details for follow-up questions .

For more information, or questions, contact Kathryn Taylor or Ruth Strudwick.  

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