Discussions with UKIO delegates reveal need for flexible training

Provider of radiology training Imaging Innovated received plenty of interest at the UKIO Congress in Liverpool. Director Liz Beckmann commented: “We were delighted to have the opportunity to talk to so many attendees at UKIO, which was a fantastic conference this year and offered a wonderful chance to meet so many people face to face for the first time in several years.”

“Edward and I were very pleased to have the opportunity to talk to Claire Duckett about her interest in our courses and training,” continued Beckmann.

“It was clear that there is a growing need for the right training, offered in a flexible way that meets the demands and pressures in today’s healthcare environment. Training needs to support and maintain high safety standards, efficient services and also take into account staffing pressures.”

Imaging Innovated has continued to develop its Fundamental Skills Hybrid Learning Programmes in CT and in MRI, both of which combine two separate live interactive online study days with supporting eLearning material, as well as the IR(ME)R17/IRR17 Radiation Protection courses.

Proctor added: “The interest in the range of courses we are currently offering, in particular the Fundamental Skills in CT and Fundamental Skills in MRI, was significant. We were also delighted to have the opportunity to discuss suggestions with a number of delegates for other potential courses and tailored training for departments.”

Picture: Beckmann is pictured with co-director Edward Proctor and Claire Duckett (centre) from University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust.

See this report on page 12 of the August 2022 issue of RAD Magazine.

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