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Monday, November 30, 2020


Government spending review promises £325m for new imaging equipment

No pay freeze for NHS but also no detail on recruitment of radiographers

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England funding increased for level 6 BSc Hons therapeutic and diagnostic radiographer apprenticeships

SoR welcomes the news after two years of raising the issue

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister

SoR joins demands for immediate £2,000 pay rise

‘It’s in the national interest as well as the interest of radiographers’

Robert Meertens, Senior Lecturer Medical Imaging, University of Exeter

Radiography education under lockdown

Senior lecturer Robert Meertens reflects on the impact of Covid-19 on universities

National Breast Imaging Academy logo

Six new breast imaging e-learning sessions are available for radiographers

The online course has been developed in partnership with the National Breast Imaging Academy


Radiology report puts patients at the centre of the post-Covid service

GIRFT recommends more home reporting to speed up results

Gill Harrison, SoR Professional Officer for Ultrasound

Failures of private baby scanning highlight need for professional regulation

SoR renews call for sonographers to be regulated

Chris Kalinka, ScoR president

The journey to become SCoR President

Chris Kalinka tells the story of his life and career, in these extracts from his inauguration speech

SoR Vice-president elect Ross McGhee

What can the SoR do better for its members?

Vice-president elect Ross McGhee wants to ensure value for money

Nichola Jamison, SCoR Interim Student Support Officer

Five things radiography students need to know for the next Covid-19 lockdowns

Latest on clinical placements and support from SoR