For all information contact: isrrt.yule@btinternet.com  

ISRRT Organisational Structure
Organisation Chart.pdf


            

ISRRT Board Members

Terry Ell, Napapong Pongnapang, Philippe Gerson, ,Tan Chek Wee, Boniface Yao, Maria Law, Alain Cromp, Stewart Whitley, Dimitris Katsafarakis,
Sitting. Donna Newman, Fozy Peer (President), Sandy Yule (CEO),
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Jonathan Mazal

19th ISRRT World Congress in Seoul, Korea

October 20th to October 22nd 2016

“Abstract Submission is extended to May 20, 2016”

 For more information contact: www.isrrt2016.kr

  

 

 ISRRT CEO Support Services

 

Interviews for the position of “ISRRT CEO Support Services” were held on Tuesday 31st May at the headquarters of the Society and College of Radiographers UK.

I am delighted to inform you that Mr Dimitris Katsifarakis has been appointed to this position and has accepted.


Mr Katsifarakis will take up position on January 1st 2017 and until that time Dr A Yule remains as CEO.

 


  Associate Members

NOTE: The April 2016 edition of the ISRRT "News and Views" is now available on the
MEMBERS ONLY section of the menu 
Please help the work of the ISRRT. Join as an Associate Member

Click here for application form to renew or become a new Associate Member Associate Members Application.doc

 

ISRRT Announcements

14th International Radiation Protection Association Conference (IRPA) in Cape Town, South Africa

Dr.Napapong Pongnapang, ISRRT Vice President for Asia and Australasia, represented the ISRRT during the 14th International Radiation Protection Association Conference (IRPA) in Cape Town, South Africa.
Dr Pongnapang took part in a Panel Session on "International Response to Bonn Call for Action". Members of the Panel included representatives from WHO, IAEA, IRPA, HERCA, NCRP and ISRRT.
Dr. Pongnapang presented the ISRRT initiatives in response to the Bonn Call for Action regarding roles of radiographers in "Justification and Optimisation of Medical Exposures", education in radiation protection and the promotion of the ISRRT "Strategic Research Agenda" for radiation protection in medicine. The ISRRT action plan following the Bonn Call for Action was promoted which highlights the important role of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists in continuing positively to the safe and effective use of radiation in medicine.
There were also presentations from invited speakers from different parts of the world who reported on the progress made with respect to patient safety initiatives following the Bonn Call for Action.


The ISRRT have a new  FACEBOOK Page
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ISRRT Chesney Research Award

Call for Grant Application 2016

Theme: “A Novel approach on optimisation and/or justification of Medical Exposures by radiographers for radiation protection and safety”

Now closed

Award decision will be announced in July 2016

 


 

  • ISRRT maintains its NGO status

    In accordance with exchanges between our organizations last year, the WHO Executive Board reviewed the report of our relations and collaboration at its 138th session. I am pleased to inform you that the Board decided to maintain the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists official relations with the World Health Organization.  In making its decision, the Board commended the continuing dedication of the organization you represent in support of the work of WHO.

     I would like to take this opportunity to convey my thanks to the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists for its work with WHO.  I look forward to the continuing support and collaboration of your organization in implementing activities to achieve global health goals

    Dr Gaudenz Silberschmidt

    Director, Partnerships and non-State Actors

    Office of the Director-General


     
  • 19th ISRRT World Congress in Seoul, Korea


    19th ISRRT World Congress in Seoul, Korea

     

    October 20th to October 22nd 2016

     
     For more information contact: www.isrrt2016.kr
     

     

     

                                                                                     

  • WHO Bulletin April 2016

    Volume 94, Number 4, April 2016, 233-308

    Highlights from the April 2016 issue

             Making health data accessible in emergencies

             Mexico’s soda tax; others follow suit

             Interview: the increased prevalence of type 2 diabetes – World Health Day theme

             The impact of tobacco taxes

           •         Gaps in Universal health coverage for chronic illness
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    Call for papers: vulnerable populations

    In this month’s Bulletin
    http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.000416

     

     

     

     


     

     

  • IAEA-EANM Webinar Series on Basic Nuclear Medicine and Paediatric Nuclear Medicine

     

    Following the vision of the Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging Section (NMDI), Division of Human Health of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to support Member States to improve their capabilities in these medical fields, the NMDI Section, together with the European Society of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) present you a selection of recorded seminars from the series on “Basic Nuclear Medicine”. We are glad to inform you that subsequent seminars in the same series and in “Paediatric Nuclear Medicine”, will be released on a weekly basis beginning from today, each Monday of the week.

     

    For list of seminars click here: IAEA Seminars.docx

    New seminars in the ‘Basic Nuclear Medicine’ series have been released. To access them please visit the IAEA Human Health Campus website or go straight to the following link;

    https://humanhealth.iaea.org/HHW/NuclearMedicine/Webinars/Basic_Nuclear_Medicine/index.html

    Be on the lookout for a new seminar every Monday in the Basic and Paediatric Nuclear Medicine Series

     
  • ISRRT-Chesney Research Fund

     

    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".

  • RPop Website May 2016

    Number 91

     

     

     
 

 

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