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Wednesday, June 19, 2019, Issue 179

Latest issue of Imaging & Oncology is available online

Ruth Strudwick, the editor of the Society’s annual ‘blue-sky thinking’ title, Imaging & Oncology, launched the 2019 edition at this year’s UKIO Congress.

This issue features articles from the brightest and best of the profession including:

  • An Overview of the Types and Applications of Simulation-based Education within Diagnostic Radiography and Ultrasound at Two Higher Education Institutions - Naomi Shiner, Voyin Pantic
  • The Role of Simulation within an Undergraduate Radiotherapy Programme: The Experiences of One Higher Education Institution Lou Codd, Lynne Gordon, Sue Murray
  • Quality and the Patient Experience Christine Woodgate
  • Whole Body Computed Tomography - A Reflection on Selection Protocols in Trauma
  • Charlotte Wright, Christopher Cobb
  • Improving Retention in Therapeutic Radiography Professor John Clark, Professor Mary J Lovegrove OBE, Jan Zietara
  • Patient Engagement in Radiography: What Can We Learn from Patient Stories? Dr Leslie Robinson, Sandra A Mathers
  • Appreciating Complexity and the Art of Managing Polarities - Leading Workforce Transformation at Scale Beverley Harden 
  • Magnetic Resonance Image Guided Radiotherapy (MRiGRT) Helen A McNair
  • Direct Entry Ultrasound: Undergraduate and Post-Graduate Routes. The Unique Perspectives of Two HEIs Gareth Bolton, Lorelei Waring, Helen White, Helen Brown
  • Social Prescribing: The Cultivation of Community Referral in Clinical Imaging and Radiotherapy Dr Tracy O’Regan
  • Developing Resilience in Newly Qualified Radiographers Dr Jane Harvey-Lloyd
  • Reporting Standards: A Conundrum Professor Bev Snaith

The current, and all the editions since it was first published in 2005, can be found at www.sor.org/imagingandoncology.

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