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Benefits of membership of ISRRT

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ISRRT Announcments

The International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT)


The Board of Management of the ISRRT seeks expressions of interest for the provision of Chief Executive Officer support services commencing 1st October 2016.
The ISRRT is a United Kingdom based registered Charity and a recognised Non-Governmental Organisation in official relations with the World Health Organisation.
We seek to engage a suitable individual or individuals on a consultancy basis to support to the Board of Management, provide company secretarial duties and maintain international leadership of our charitable activities in Healthcare.
The successful provider will demonstrate knowledge of the medical imaging sciences and have a proven track record in the efficient and effective management and delivery of resources.
All communications and documentation of the organisation is undertaken in English.    Those interested in providing these services will need to command a high level English understanding both in the written and verbal form to enable effective communication with International organisations.
The provider will have administrative assistance support delivered through an agreement with the Society and College of Radiographers, UK.
The consultancy fee is capped at £22,000 per annum inclusive of any tax commitments however expenses will be available to support operational activities i.e. travel and subsistence allowance. 

Closing date for expressions of interest for the selection of potential suppliers will be 31st March 2016.

For further details including an information pack please go to or contact the current CEO Dr Alexander Yule, OBE at


19th ISRRT World Congress in Seoul, Korea


October 20th to October 22nd 2016

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Highlights from the January 2016 issue:

Defining universal health coverage
Mental health services more available to Syrians

· n Interview: building research partnerships

Does folic acid fortification help to reduce birth defects?

·       Retaining doctors in Nepal’s remote hospitals

·       China’s new national mortality surveillance system

·       Economic impact of medical tourism in Thailand

·       Telemedicine for astronauts


The new Radiation Protection and Safety of Radiation Sources: International Basic Safety Standards (BSS) was published by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as General Safety Requirements Part 3 in July 2014. 

In terms of Justification of medical exposures the BSS covers four areas of responsibilities for the protection and safety of patients. It states that the person or organisation responsible for facilities and activities that give rise to radiation risk shall have the prime responsibility for protection and safety.  Paragraphs 2.40 and 2.41 state that other parties such as the referring medical practitioner, medical physicist, and Medical Radiation Technologists (MRT) (radiographer), shall also have specified responsibilities.

Justification can be explained as the process of weighing the expected benefits of an exposure against the possible detriment of the associated dose. The benefit or versus detriment may relate to the individual and/or to society as a whole.  


 Click here for document:      ISRRT Decision tool for Radiographers on Justification .docx




The ISSRT Board of Management is delighted to announce that a large legacy of £232,000 has been left from the estate of the Chesney twins who sadly passed away in recent years.

Muriel Chesney, and her twin sister Noreen were famous in the world of Radiography and were joint authors of several radiography papers and textbooks, including Radiographic Anatomy of the Chest and Abdomen; Radiographic Photography; Care of the Patient in Diagnostic Radiography; and X-Ray Equipment for Student Radiographers.

For further information please see "News Section".


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 - 10/2/2015