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Stage 3 accreditation of medical imaging sites was introduced within Australia in 2004. For the first time, it was compulsory for medical imaging practices to comply with the guidelines for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) safety of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists,...
The importance of ongoing professional development is increasing in significance as radiation therapists strive for greater recognition as professionals. Networking is one aspect to consider in this process, with scientific meetings becoming important tools to encourage radiation therapists'...
The aim of this study was to make recommendations regarding when the use of gonadal shielding is significant in reducing gonad dose for common diagnostic procedures. Two separate literature reviews were conducted and the data compared. The first review proposed to determine average entrance...
Reflective practice has been established as playing a critical role in advancing and improving skills, knowledge and practice amongst professionals. Elements of reflective practice are encouraged during radiation therapy student education, yet improved student engagement may facilitate greater...
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