True-to-life clinical environment for students

At the University of Hertfordshire, in the back row from left, are principal lecturer Helen York, senior lecturers Segun Adeyemi, Naomi Brown and Tony Higgs, principal lecturer Alan Hilliard, Med Imaging’s senior account manager Brian Stallard and senior x-ray engineer Andrew Fairley.  In front are senior lecturer Toni Meyer, Med Imaging sales manager Peter Kent-Baldwin and School of Health and Emergency Professions head Dr Richard Price.


Med Imaging Limited has designed, built and installed a second general x-ray room to provide additional practical lab training facilities for student radiographers at the University of Hertfordshire.


Diagnostic radiography courses run by the university’s School of Health and Emergency Professions prepare students for rewarding careers within the health service.  The team in the department provides a high standard of training and the necessary practical skills in diagnostic radiography using the latest imaging technologies. The second practical lab facility has been designed and built to enhance training by providing the setting of a true-to-life clinical working environment.


See the full report on page 8 of the July 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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