Reporting Radiographer Jobs & Recruitment in the UK
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What is a Reporting Radiographer?
Reporting radiographer jobs play a major role in clinical imaging services. They’re responsible for the formal reporting of trauma images following the use of radiation to diagnose illness or injury in patients. Reporting radiographer roles deal with the first line interpretation of images, ahead of patient management, and the collation of these interpretations into reports for a range of examinations.
Why Are They Necessary?
It can’t be denied that patient demand is ever-increasing as more of the general public are now expecting instant diagnosis and care. With so much pressure placed on the NHS to meet these demands and significant backlogs in reporting across the UK, a radiologist, radiographer or trained reporter is expected to deliver a final written report from the patient’s time in the emergency department, outlining suspected injury. On completion, the patient will be discharged from A&E. In this way, reporting radiographers allow others in their department to focus on other urgent work.
Clinical reporting describes the position of radiographers and trained professionals who have gained relevant postgraduate qualifications, enabling them to produce a diagnostic report. Due to the nature of this work, a reporting radiographer must produce work that is of an extremely high standard, engaging with intense auditing processes to maintain their competence.
Clinical Reporting Radiographers contribute valuable input when studying clinical images, improving the safety and effectiveness of reports and reducing costs within the Radiography and Emergency Departments.
Becoming a Reporting Radiographer
A growing number of universities are offering a course covering the reporting portion of the radiography field. Many of the courses available will cover the development of specific skills essential to any reporting radiographer roles. This will include a high focus on image evaluation and skeletal system reporting, whilst fully integrating practical skills with theoretical knowledge. Within any reporting radiography course, you will receive training on practice assessments, report writing and evaluation of appendicular and axial skeletal images. Without these key skills, you cannot practice as a fully qualified, safe or competent reporter.
Reporting Radiographer Jobs with Your World Healthcare
Your World Healthcare supply qualified reporting radiographers to the NHS. As a framework approved leading UK supplier, we have a specialist team dedicated to providing skilled candidates to high-quality reporting radiographer jobs. What makes Your World the right choice? It’s all in the name of our agency! Our work revolves around you and your lifestyle, which means we get to know you and tailor the best roles to your needs. Need to know more about our reporting radiographer jobs? Contact our team today or browse jobs online now!
Reporting Radiography Haverfordwest full time Up to £50 an hour
Your World Healthcare is placing candidates in Clinical Radiography Reporting roles across the UK and would love for you to join our expanding team.
Ref: YW-YXP0m | Posted: 12th May, 2022 | Closing Date: 26th Jun, 2022
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