Radiographer: There are two main types of radiographer’s – diagnostic and therapeutic. A diagnostic radiographer’s job is to produce and interpret high quality images taken of the body to identify and diagnose either injury or disease. A therapeutic radiographer’s duties involve planning and delivering treatment using x-rays and other radioactive sources. Here are some of the specialist areas; Fluoroscopy, Angiography, Computerised tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ultrasound Radio Nuclide Imaging (nuclear medicine).
Radiographer CV Example
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An extremely dedicated and resourceful Radiographer with in-depth knowledge and skills learnt over several years in a hospital environment and private clinic. With an incredible eye for detail, a high degree of accuracy and an unshakeable determination has worked effectively within a highly professional team of experts.
Company Name: XXX Date to Date (or To Date) Radiographer
Responsible for supporting the Radiography Department and the team of professionals involved in providing a radiographic service to all patients under the care of the hospital or clinic. Accountable for a quality service and responsible for the maintenance of specialised equipment.
- Responsible for all patients while under the care and duty of the hospital by preparing and safely positioning the patient in order to get the most accurate images
- Supporting and assisting Radiologist, Technologists, Sonographer’s or Physician’s with advanced preparation and testing
- Assisting the Sonographer’s in the use of non-invasive sound waves to identify potential problems with internal organs
- Accountable for organising work schedules and maintaining accurate patient records
- Other tasks and duties may involve: Performing mammography, computed tomography, vascular technology, or echocardiography and/or magnetic resonance imaging
School Name: GCSEs Maths, English Literature & Language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics
College Name: A levels, Biology, Physics, Chemistry
University Name: Degree (Hons) Diagnostic or Therapeutic Radiography or Radiologic Technology
Or a Diploma in Health and Social Care or Applied Science is acceptable
Member of the Society of Radiographers SoR
Member of the British Institute of Radiology BIR
Strong Communication Skills – written and verbal
An ability to translate complex information and data
Is able to work in a multi-disciplined team of experts
High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
Exceptional Problem Solving Skills
Has the ability to work under pressure and stay calm in stressful environments
Committed to Continuous Professional Development