Reporting by radiographers: A policy and practice guide

A.M. Paterson, R.C. Price, A. Thomas, L. Nuttall

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Reporting by radiographers and other non-medical staff has developed considerably in the past decade, and especially so since the College of Radiographers published its vision paper on reporting by radiographers, in 1997. It was felt necessary, therefore, to develop guidance to assist radiographers and others undertaking radiographic reporting. The guidance provided includes guidance on planning and implementing a reporting service using reporting radiographers; the education, continuing education and support required by reporting radiographers; quality and standards related to reporting; and the nature of a report. Broader issues that will need to be addressed as reporting by radiographers becomes the norm are also raised.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)205-212
Number of pages8
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2004


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