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To maintain and enhance clinical expertise ensuring high technical and professional standards at all times.
To ensure imaging procedures are carried out in accordance with mandatory departmental systems of work and protocols.
To adapt technique appropriate to the condition of the patient and level of co-operation.
To assess each patient and referral to enable the correct course of action for examination and diagnosis.
To contribute towards the development of high standards of patient care.
To participate in the implementation and development of quality assurance programmes, including departmental audit.
To work within procedures, policies and legislation in relation to COSHH, Moving and Handling, Ionising Radiation Regulations 1999 and the Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations IR(ME)R 2000
To assist the senior radiographers and team leader to ensure the department is working efficiently and effectively at all times by contributing towards good control of work flow and maximising the use of all available x-ray rooms and facilities.
To perform a comprehensive range of radiographic procedures, without supervision, both within the department and externally e.g. theatre, wards, etc.
To contribute towards the efficient deployment of resources; enabling the patient to receive a safe accurate and timely examination
To support and supervise staff where appropriate, communicating effectively and accurately your instructions and expectations.
To be able to manipulate and prioritise own workload within all working environments.
To communicate effectively with patients and carers of varying abilities and understanding; explaining procedures in order to gain co-operation.
To re-assure and encourage patients and carers.
To liaise with multidisciplinary teams regarding examination needs and results.
To build and maintain good relationships within the team and other departments and disciplines; working together to develop service improvements.
To ensure the safe use of x-ray and associated equipment.
To report equipment malfunctions to senior staff and to help maintain comprehensive and accurate records of faults; ensuring that staff are kept up to date as to the working status of equipment.
To develop your understanding of IR(ME)R and IRR99 regulations: working closely with the Radiation Protection Supervisors to continuously evaluate and monitor systems and practices.
To input, store and provide patient information on the directorate Radiology Information System maintaining the integrity and quality of the data consistent with legislation, policies and procedures.
To take responsibility for identifying your own role related objectives and training needs as part of the staff appraisal programme.
To maintain a professional portfolio for the purposes of CPD.
To participate in the training of student radiographers; working closely with the student supervisors ensuring clinical training objectives are met.
Qualifications BSc Radiography or D.C.R.(R). ,
Ability to undertake all general radiography
Knowledge and Awareness
Knowledge of radiation safety regulations and relevant protocols
Skills and Abilities
Evidence of a high standard of radiography
Ability to receive and communicate information verbally and in writing
Personal Attributes Good team membership skills
Ability to act diplomatically in sensitive situations involving patients or staff
Evidence of commitment and motivation
Respected member of an existing team
Ability to work closely with student radiographers.
Professional in appearance and conduct