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Benefits of membership of ISRRT

Click here to view the Benefits of ISRRT membership Power Point Presentation

ISRRT Announcments

International Conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) & the World Health Organization (WHO)
  9-11 March 2015, Vienna

 ISRRT attends Technical Meeting in Vienna



 Above: Stewart Whitley, ISRRT; Dimitris Katsifarakis, ISRRT; Lawrence Lau, ISR

.See ISRRT NEWS section

The issue in brief

With the planned shutdown of the NRU reactor at Chalk River scheduled for 2016, there has been increased concern and media attention to the potential for isotope shortages in the short and medium term. As Technetium-99m (99mTc) is used in over 80% of nuclear medicine procedures - more than 30 - 40 million examinations worldwide yearly- this product is clearly crucial to the practice of nuclear medicine. Ongoing reliable supply of this critical isotope is under threat. According to a recent OECD report1, "Current global irradiation and processing capacity is predicted to be insufficient over the period analysed for reliable 99Mo/99mTc supply, even with all producers operating under normal conditions…"

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Above: Donna Newman, ISRRR Director of Professional Practice, Stewart Whitley, ISRRT Treasurer

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President Fozy Peer has set up a subcommittee from the ISRRT Board to formulate an ISRRT response to the Bonn call to Action.

The subcommittee comprising of Donna Newman, Alain Cromp and Stewart Whitley reviewed the ISRRT previous and current activities linked to the Bonn Call to Action as well as determining various suggested actions which are deemed necessary in the future when planning ISRRT activities.

Attached is the result of this exercise which will be discussed at the forthcoming ISSRT Board meeting January 2015 after which ISRRT priorities will be published.

Click here for document:  ISRRT Bonn Call for Action.pdf


A bursary scheme is available to assist radiographers, technologists, assistants and teachers in developing countries, either to attend a relevant conference or to visit a training , hospital or other institute to further their knowledge of radiography. Up to 4 bursaries in a year will be made available.

URGENT: Closing Date Extended to   30th April 2015

Information and application forms can be found on the website:



World Radiography Day 8th November 2011

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                                    ISRRT Board and CEO 2010 - 2014


RADIOGRAPHY as a Career - presentation available

If you wish a copy of the above presentation please email the Chief Executive Officer, Sandy Yule for further information.

"International Access to Learning" Pilot program
Philips collaborates withISRRT to simplify access to healthcare education. It is importantto note that these free educational programs are only offered to country association/society members of a society that is a member of the ISRRT.

*** Further information can be found by clicking on the main menu item 'International Access to Learning' Pilot program or click

Expansion of the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists collaboration with Philips on diagnostic radiography e-learning project for developing countries worldwide.

Click here to view the ISRRT Philips elearning Press Release

Image Gently Campaign

"Pause and Pulse in Pediatric Fluoroscopic Imaging"

New campaign to be launchd 14th February 2011


Posted - 2/16/2015