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  • Workplace culture assessed by radiographers in Finland. [Journal Article]
    Radiography (Lond) 2019; 25(4):e113-e118Lohikoski K, Roos M, Suominen T
  • CONCLUSIONS: According to this study, workplace culture is experienced by radiographers on a moderate and slightly positive level. Because workplace culture is connected to quality of care and staff's work and organizational results, it is important to improve the culture that radiographers encounter, so as to create a healthy work community that offers productive and high-quality healthcare to patients.
  • Males in mammography - A narrative review of the literature. [Review]
    Radiography (Lond) 2019; 25(4):392-399Ashton J, Warren-Forward HM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The review has shown that the employment of male radiographers in mammography may work better in some countries and in some subgroup of clients than others. The review has also highlighted some of the barriers that needs to be overcome if the widespread inclusion of men in mammography were to be successfully implemented. These include the use of chaperones and providing client choice in the gender of radiographer.
  • Competence to capability: An integrated career framework for sonographers. [Journal Article]
    Radiography (Lond) 2019; 25(4):378-384Mitchell P, Nightingale J, Reeves P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Whilst, within the literature, clinical competences were agreed to provide the cornerstone for defining clinical roles there was some dispute as to the appropriateness of the use of core clinical competences for defining the scope of practice of health professionals above entry level to the profession. The data collected in this study demonstrated that there were skills development between graduate, specialist, advanced and consultant practitioners. Participants were focussed on clinical skills rather than wider capability skills. It is recommended that in order for advanced practice sonographers to map to the new ACP framework less focus on competence and a greater consideration of capabilities is required.
  • Patient perceptions of communication with diagnostic radiographers. [Journal Article]
    Radiography (Lond) 2019; 25(4):333-338Pollard N, Lincoln M, … Penman M
  • CONCLUSIONS: These results have identified that effective communication promotes the development of rapport and trust between the radiographer and patient. These findings have implications for practitioners, educators and university programs and should be considered in the development of communication skills training programs for diagnostic radiography students.
  • Expanding training capacity for radiographer reporting using simulation: Evaluation of a pilot academy project. [Journal Article]
    Radiography (Lond) 2019; 25(4):288-293Harcus JW, Snaith B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The use of simulation in education is widely researched, however, there are a number of key factors that need to be considered when implementing it into practise. Peer-support and reflection is seen as essential for its success. Extensive dedicated time to focus on reporting alongside peers can support the development of these skills away from the clinical environment and as such can reduce pressure on service delivery and positively influence learner outcomes.
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