​​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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