Using the latest healthcare technology to help diagnose and treat minor injuries, radiographers are in increasing demand
What is a radiographer?
Working in hospital and healthcare environments, radiographers use imaging technology to assess illnesses and injuries, often interpreting images and establishing treatment plans. They determine which radiographic technique to use, performing a range of examinations on patients and supporting doctors, including radiologists and surgeons.
Radiographer job requirements
Completion of an HCPC-approved radiography training programme at undergraduate or post-graduate level
Registration with the Health & Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and membership in the Society of Radiographers
Effective written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
Strong observational and analytical skills as well as an attention to detail
Knowledge of radiography technologies and strong IT skills
The ability to work in high pressure and emotionally-charged environments
Compassion and the ability to deliver often bad news to patients and families
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