1/7/2013 - present
Service 2 Director Fiona Stanley Hospital
Murdoch, Western Australia
Imaging, Pharmacy, Pathology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Sexual Health, Perioperative Services,
1996 - 2013
Chief Imaging Medical Technologist
Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Royal Perth Hospital
Perth, Western Australia
Past President of the Australian Institute of Radiography
6, rue des Mésanges
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▪ CT, Conventional Radiology, Nights, Magnetic Resonance Imaging
◦ Master of Practical Training - HELHA Gilly
▪ Conventional Radiology, CT and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
▪ Student supervision and internship evaluation
◦ IRM Commissioner - MRTB
▪ Referent for Magnetic Resonance
• 2012- April 2014
◦ President of the Association of Former Students TIM of Helha Gilly
• April 2014 to the present day
◦ President of APIM (association - Association of Medical Imaging
◦ Higher Secondary School Diploma (CESS) - GPH Gosselies
◦ Bachelor of Medical Imaging Technologist - Helha Gilly
• Visa holder and medical imaging technologist licensee
• French - read, speak and write (mother language)
• Dutch - read, speak and write
• English - basic and medical notions
• Data processing
• Sport (tennis, football, basketball)
• Stays, City-trip
Marcia Smoke is currently the Head and Manager of Radiation Therapy, the Undergraduate Education Director and the Chief of radiation Therapy Practice at the Juravinski Cancer Centre. She is the Chair of Cancer Care Ontario's Radiation Therapy Advanced Practice Group.
Marcia is a radiation therapist and has been a clinical instructor, Undergraduate \programme Manager, Quality of Work Life Research Co-ordinator and a Patient Education Director. Marcia hold a diploma in Adult Education, has Canadian Advanced Certification in Radiation Therapy and a Master of Science Degree in Radiation Therapy from Cambridge, England.
Marcia is also a Faculty Trainer for the Institute of Health Care, Communication, Canada; a qualified Auditor in Quality Assurance for Radiation Oncology with the International Atomic Enerey Agency (IAEA); and an Adjunct Professor of Radiation Therapy, University of Technology, Jamaica.
Marcia's current research interests are in advancing practice for radiation therapists. quality assurance and promoting a research environment for frontline radiation therapists.
GALE TIENTCHEU NINON FRIDE Spouse DZOGANG
I was born in 1973 in YAOUNDE- CAMEROON
I graduated in my profession as a Radiographer since 1998 at the National University of BENIN.
1998_1999: Stagier in the radiology department of the Yaounde central hospital
1999_2001: stagier in the radiology department of Clinic les Dauphins Yaounde
Since 2001:Resource Manager for the Centre Autonome de Radiologie et d'imagerie Medicale (CARIM) at YaoundeTreasurer for the Association Camerounaise du Personnel Technique d Imagerie Medicale et de Radiotherapie ( ACPTIMR ) since 2008
Council member for the ISRRT for the ACPTIMR since 2009
Foreign member for the Association francaise du Personnel Paramedical d Electroradiologie ID: ET 6047 (AFPPE) Since 2009
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Nguessan Eloi KONAN
ASSOCIATIONAL LIFE IN RADIOLOGY
November 2015 to date: ISRRT Council member
May 2007 to date: Public relations Manager of ivory-coast National Association of Engineer and
Radiological Technologists (ANTIMCI)
February1996 to date: Active member of ANTIMCI
2015 to date: Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Total Quality Management
2007-2009: Medical imaging Engineer - National institute for health training (Côte d'Ivoire).
1993: Professional training in Radiography and technology. Compiegne University of Technology /
University Hospital Bordeaux (France)
1989 – 1991: Radiographer National institute for health training (Côte d'Ivoire)
1988-1989: national university of Côte d’Ivoire (study in chemistry, biology, geology)
Quality Assurance, global health, medical imaging techniques (conventional, ct), radiation protection, public relations and communication, computer science, medical English
2010 to date: Quality Assurance Manager of National institute for health training - Abidjan
2005 to date: Clinical Instructor in medical radiology techniques - National institute for health training 1994-2004: Senior radiographer (regional hospital of Divo – Côte d’Ivoire)
1992-1993; radiographer – University Hospital of Treichville - Abidja
Charlotte Graungaard Falkvard
Charlotte Graungaard Falkvard
Charlotte Graungaard Falkvard is President of the Danish Council of Radiographers, situated in Copenhagen, the Capital of Denmark.
Since her election as president her interests and field of work has revolved about governing and running a political office and working politically for the radiographers and the profession. She has extensive experience in board working and holds several board positions in Denmark, which are all considered to be of immense value for the Danish community.
She became a radiographer in 1991, and has worked as a radiographer, as a project manager and as system administrator, before being elected president in February 2007. She has a Diploma in Management from 2008, and a Master of Mediation and Conflict Resolution from 2016.
Over the last 10 years, she has been Councilmember in ISRRT, Board member of the Disciplinary Board for Patient Safety, Associated member of the Danish Nursing Council, Executive Board, Board Member of Health Cartel, Vice-president of DSA (unemployment fund for healthcare workers).
2002-2007: Master I in Neurosciences, University of Sciences in Tours, France.
2007-2010: Radiographer Formation in Nancy, France.
Since 2010: Radiographer in Üniversität Klinikum Münster, Germany.
Specialised in diagnostics, with a strong emphasis on MRI since 2011.
Member of International Commission AFPPE since 2010.
Board Member of Vereinigung Medizinisch-Technischer Berufe in der Deutschen Röntgengesellschaft (VMTB) since 2011.
Authors of several articles about MRI und co author of articles about the radiographer profession around the world.
Orgnisator of Workshops for MRI beginners.
Reverend James William Ampofo
He was born in Accra in 1969 and first trained as a Radiographic Technician from 1989 to 1992. He later pursued Medical Imaging Sciences in Instituto Superior de Ciencias Medicas in Havana City, Cuba 1992 - 1997. He graduated with BSc Health Technology specialising in Medical Imaging. He has undertaken a number of post - graduate in medical imaging and radiation protection, prominent amongst were in the year 2001 at the Vrije Universitat Brusels, Belgium and in 2011 at the University of Ghana Graduate School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences. The latter was a Post-Graduate Education Certificate in Radiation Protection under the International Atomic Energy Agency.
He also holds MSc in Medical Ultrasonography (2014) from the University of Ghana School of Graduate Studies,
He taught Care of the Patient, Medical Imaging and Anatomy and Physiology at the School of Radiologic Technology, Korle Bu, Accra between 1998 and 2005. He is currently a Clinical Instructor in Computed Tomography and Magnetic resonance Imaging.
He has also risen through the ranks at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra, Ghana, to the position of Deputy Chief Radiographer.
In 2009 he was a CT Clinical Application consultant to the Connaught Teaching Hospital, Freetown, Sierra Leone.
He has been an active member of the Ghana Society of Radiographers serving initially in several non-executive capacities. He was the Vice President (2012 - 2014) and is the current President.
He is also an ordained minister of God and is married with three children.
Euthimios, a father of two girls was born in Sydney, Australia and is of Greek origin. Nevertheless he dislikes barriers and thus considers himself a citizen of the entire world.
He received his secondary education in Pireaus, Greece. His professional history as a radiographer begins in the late 80s, when Euthimios returned to Sydney to continue his studies. His tertiary education was completed with a degree in Medical Radiation Technology (Diagnostic Radiography) at Sydney University. His employment appointments included a 5 year period where he was a practicing radiographer and ultrasonographer in various private practices in Sydney.
In 1995, he relocated to Athens where he commenced working in a large university hospital as a diagnostic radiographer. He is currently the head radiographer in CT since its establishment in 1999.
All these years, he has been actively involved in national and European scientific congresses with presentations in ECR 2004 and ECR 2008, ESUR 2009, CIRSE 2010, as a speaker, moderator, and a member of both scientific and organizing committees.
Furthermore he designs CPD programs for the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and takes part in radiography education as:a clinical associate with TEI (Tertiary Education Institution) an educator in vocational education. Instructor
In addition, he represents radiographers’ interests as a voting member in special governmental committees.
Recently he was awarded the MSc in Health Services Management from the National School of Public Health in Athens.
At present, he is the elected president of the Panhellenic Society of Radiological Technologists committing to CPD, continuous quality improvement, patient safety and dose awareness particularly in CT.
Derek Kwan, Weng-ho
Hong Kong (HKRA)
His career as a radiographer began in 1986 when Mr. Derek Kwan graduated in the Hong Kong Polytechnic. Pursuant to his Masters studies, his specialty practice in MRI lasted until 2007, when he started managing the Radiology Department as Senior Radiographer at Pok Oi Hospital. Upon assuming the post of Senior Manager at New Territories West Cluster Chief Executive Office in 2011, his role was extended to hospital administration and planning.
In 2009, Derek joined the Hong Kong Radiographers Association as the academic secretary, to coordinate continuing education activities in the profession. In May 2011, he was elected as the Chairman of the Association. Derek is one of the Board Members of the Hong Kong Radiographers Board, serving the statutory body as Chairman of Examination Committee and Preliminary Investigation Committee.
Subhash Chand Bansal
Mr. Subhash Chand Bansal is working as a Lecturer Medical Technology in the Department of Radio-diagnosis and Imaging at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research at Chandigarh since May,1991. This Institute is a Tertiary care 1500 bedded Hospital with the state of art medical facilities. He did his Bachelor’s in Medical Technology (X-Ray) in 1975 and Master’s in Medical Technology (Radiology with Radio-diagnosis as a special subject) in December 1983 from PGIMER Chandigarh as well as also did Master’s in Public Administration in 1978 and later on Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations in 1981 apart from diploma on United Nation’s Development and International Understanding in 1980. He has got more than 34 years of experience in the profession which includes more than 18 years as a lecturer in the same institute. He has a good number of publications in the scientific journals and chapters in various textbooks. He has participated in large number of various International as well as National Conferences and presented papers and chaired sessions as well as organized both National as well as Asian Conferences in India.
Presently he is also pursuing PhD in the Faculty of Science in Panjab University and doing study on Bone Mineral Density a comparison both by DEXA and QCT.
Since 1989 - Lecturer in Academy of Radiography, Searang and other universities in Semarang focused on Basic Radiography Technique, Advanced Radiography and MRI
2004 - 2006 Head of programme, Graduate Programme in Radiology, The State of Polytechnic of Allied Health, Semarang
2006 - 2008 Vice Director of the State of Polytechnic of Allied Health, Semarang
Since 2008 - Director of the State of Polytechnic of Allied Health, Semarang
Since 2006 - Chair of Provincial Indonesia's Radiographer Association
Since 2007 - Board member of Provincial Indonesia's Radiographer Certification Committee
- Active participation in local and national seminars and conferences
Position: Radiography Programme Coordinator & Lecturer/Assistant Professor
Address: School Of Medicine Health Sciences Centre Belfield Dublin 4
On completion of my BSc (Radiography) in UCD in 1999 I worked as both a Radiographer and Senior Radiographer in the Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin and was involved in numerous clinical research projects (CT colongraphy/Vent studies) prior to commencing work in UCD as a Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging in 2007. I am currently the BSc Radiography Programme Coordinator in UCD. My primary research interests are in Computed Tomography, radiation dose and optimisation methods, areas in which I completed my PhD studies in 2013. I am a past president of the Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy and remain active both nationally and in a European context via the European Federation of Radiographer Societies. I am on the programme planning committee (as co-chair of the Radiographers scientific subcommittee) of the European Congress of Radiology 2018 having been a subcommittee member during both 2016 and 2017. I am currently a member of the European Society of Radiology radiation protection subcommittee and have also been part of two consortiums which completed projects for the European Commission, specifically the PiDRL (European diagnostic reference levels for paediatric imaging) and the BSS (2013/59/Euratom) Transposition project.
Highest Academic Qualification:
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from University College Dublin: 2013 Thesis: Radiation Dose Optimisation in Computed Tomography.
University College Dublin: PhD - School of Medicine and Medical Science: 2008-2013 University of Ulster (Jordanstown): Post Graduate Diploma (CT): 2001-2003 University College Dublin: BSc (Rad): 1995-1999
Damilakis et al (2015) European Guidelines on DRLs for Paediatric Imaging (PiDRL) . European Commission, Brussels. http://www.eurosafeimaging.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/European-Gu...
Foley, SJ; Thomas, E; Darcy, L; O'Donovan, T; Harper, D; Ryan, L (2014) Computed Tomography. IIRRT guidelines on best practice . Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy, Dublin, Ireland. Foley, SJ; Dempsey, E; Monahan, M (2014) Intravenous cannulation and administration by Radiographers / Radiation Therapists . The Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy, Dublin, Ireland. Doyle, E; Foley, SJ, Glynn, M; Monahan, M, O'Donovan, T (2013) Code of Professional Conduct for Diagnostic Radiographers and Radiation Therapists . The Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy, Dublin, Ireland. Foley, SJ, Monahan, M; McDonagh, P (2011) A Guiding Framework for the Implementation of Radiographer Diagnostic Decision Making in Ireland . The Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy, Dublin, Ireland.
Foley SJ (2016) EFRS recommendations for the national implementation of the Radiation Protection Officer (RPO) role as defined under Basic Safety Standards Directive (2013/59 EURATOM) . Netherlands: Policy Contribution Foley SJ (2016) EFRS Recommendations for the national implementation of the Basic Safety Standards Directive (2013/59 EURATOM) . Holland: Policy Contribution Doyle, E; Monahan, M; Foley, SJ (2013) Guidelines on the protection of the unborn child during diagnostic medical exposures. IIRRT Position Paper . Dublin, Ireland: Policy Contribution Foley, SJ; Doyle, E; Monahan, M (2013) Justification of medical exposures and reportable offences. IIRRT Position Paper . Dublin, Ireland: Policy Contribution
Honours and Awards
Year: 2016. Title: IPR 2016: Radiographer Best Scientific Paper Award (O’Connor & Foley)
Year: 2016. Title: European Congress of Radiology: Invest in Youth Award (Michelle O'Connor)
Year: 2015. Title: Best Scientific Presentation SS1014 - based on audience vote
Year: 2014. Title: Best Scientific Presentation (Radiographers): ECR 2014
Year: 2009. Title: Edward Malone Medal
Select Conference Contributions
Foley SJ (2018) Chair Radiographers Scientific Subcommittee. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], European Congress of Radiology , Vienna , 28-FEB-18 - 04-FEB-18.
Foley SJ (2017) [Conference Organising Committee Member], European Commission Workshop on the transposition of the BSS Directive , Brussels , 24-JAN-17 - 25-JAN-17.
Foley SJ (2016) Radiation Dose Management in IR Suites. [Oral Presentation], Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE) Congress , Barcelona , 10-SEP-16 - 14-SEP-16. Foley, S (2015) CT paediatric DRLs: Data from the literature. [Invited Oral Presentation], PiDRL Workshop: European Diagnostic Reference Levels in Paediatric Imaging , Lisbon, Portugal , 15-OCT-15 - 18-OCT-15. Foley S (2015) Impact of using DRLs in paediatric imaging. [Chaired Session], PiDRL Workshop: European Diagnostic Reference Levels in Paediatric Imaging , Lisbon, Portugal , 15-OCT-15 - 18-OCT-15.
Shane J Foley (2013) CT Dose optimisation. [Invited Oral Presentation], CT Radiation Protection: Danish Radiography Council , Copenhagen, Denmark , 01-OCT-13 - 02-OCT-13.
European Federation of Radiographer Societies
Role: Educational Wing representative (Ireland) Professional Bodies Association of Ireland
Role: Board member International Society of Radiographers and Radiologic Technologists
Role: Council Member Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy
Role: President (2011-12) Association: Irish Institiute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy
Role: Council Member (2008-present) Association: European Federation of Radiographer Societies
Role: National Representative (2010-present)
CORU – Health & Social Care Professionals Regulator: Professional Conduct Committee member (2016-present)
Health and Social Care Professionals Assocation (HSCPA) committee member (2012-present)
European Congress of Radiology 2018: Programme Planning Committee member European Congress of Radiology 2018 Radiographer Scientific Subcommittee Chair European Congress of Radiology 2017: Radiographer Scientific Subcommittee member European Congress of Radiology 2016: Radiographer Scientific Subcommittee member
Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy (IIRRT) committee member (2008-present) European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) Election Committee: (2014-2016)
European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) Education Wing representative (Ireland) (2016-present) National Radiation Safety Committee on Population Dose (2009-present) National Advisory Group: Nurse X-ray Prescribing (2010-present)
Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy CPD Committee member (2008-present) UCD SMMS Staff Student Committee member
UCD School of Medicine, Programme Board Committee member IIRRT Annual Conference Committee member (2011-16)
Client: European Commission: PiDRL project consortium member (http://www.eurosafeimaging.org/pidrl/about-2)
Client: European Commission: ENER/D3/330-2-2015 'Evaluation of national actions regarding the transposition of Council Directive 2013/59/Euratom's requirements in the medical sector'
Physica Medica: Reviewer
Journal Of Applied Clinical Medical Physics [Electronic Resource] / American College Of Medical Physics: Reviewer
Insights Into Imaging: Reviewer
British Journal Of Radiology: Reviewer
Journal Of Biomedical Graphics And Computing: Editorial Board member
Insights Into Imaging: Editorial Board member
Radiography Ireland: Editor
2010 - present President of Japan Association of Radiological Technologists(JART)
2008-2009 Director of JART
2002-2006 Director of JART
1999-2011 President of Tokyo Association of Radiological Technologists(TART)
2012 - present Professor of Showa university graduate school of health science
2008 - present Executive manager of department of unification radiological technology
at Showa University Hospital
1994-2013 Chief radiological technologist of department of radiological technology
at Showa University Hospital
2005 Doctor in Radiology, Showa University, Japan
1998 Bachelor in faculty of arts, Open University, Japan
He is a 32 year old Kenyan who is a qualified diagnostic radiographer with a Diploma from the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC), Bachelor of Radiography Diagnostics from the University of Johannesburg (2008) and a Higher Diploma in Ultrasonography from KMTC (2010).
His experience stems from those respective years of qualification to date. He had worked in many private hospitals in Nairobi before joining the Kenyatta National Hospital in 2012.
He has also worked as a contracted part time lecturer at KMTC Nairobi teaching both Basic Diploma and Higher Diploma in Ultrasonography to date.
He is currently the Honourable Secretary of the Society of Radiography in Kenya (SORK) and Council Representative member of the ISRRT.
Name : WOO, WAN-HEE
Sex : Male
Date of Birth : May 6, 1962
Place of Birth : Kang Jin-kun, Chun Nam, Korea(ROK)
Home Address : 9-11, Dongkyo-ro 18 Gil, Mapo-ku, Seoul Korea
Working Address : 121st CSH, Unit # 15244, Dept of Radiology, APO AP 96205, Seoul Korea
Education : Mar 1981-Feb 1983 : Junior College of Public Health Korea University
Board Certification : 7 July 1983 : Korean Radiological Technologists
Professional Employment :
1. Holy Family Hospital
Mar 1986-Mar 1989 : CT Scan, Fluoroscopy
2. U.S. Army Community Hospital, Seoul (BAACH, 121st CSH)
Mar 1989-Mar 1990 : Fluoroscopy, General Diagnostic Radiology
Mar 1990-Jun 1994 : CT Scan, Fluoroscopy
Jun 1994-Present : Mammography
Job Title : Lead Mammographer
Membership in Professional Associations/ Societies :
Mar 2004-Mar 2010 : President of Breast Imaging Technologists Society of Korea
Feb 2014-Feb 2017 : President of Seoul Radiological Technologists Association
Mar 2017-Present : President of Korean Radiological Technologists Association
Professional Experience : Mammography QA & QC
Papers and Presentations/ Publication :
Physics of the Mammography
Labeling and Marking of the Mammography
Patient Positioning of the Mammography
ACR Quality Control for Mammography
Automatic Exposure Control System of the Mammography
Leong Kei Fernando KOK
Principal Consultant of Radiological Technologist, Department of Imagiology, Conde S. Januário General Hospital, Government of Macao Special Administrative Region – Health Bureau
Bachelor Degree of Radiological Technologist, Macao Polytechnic Institute
Has been working as Radiological Technologist since 1984
Chairman of Council, Macao Radiological Technologists’ Association since 2011
Vice-President of General Assembly, Macao Radiology Association since 2011Vice-Chairman of Council, Macao Radiology Association since 2000 to 2010Council Member of ISRRT since 2003 to 2010
Graduated from the Rabat Health Careers Institute on 2004 as a radiology technologist 2004 to now: working at the IBN SINA university hospital center MRI unit Training the radiology technologist students in the same unit
Khin Maung Tin
President Myanmar Society of Radiation Technologists
Name Mr. Khin Maung Tin
Date of Birth 10th July 1939
Nationality Bamar (Myanmar)
Marital Status Widower
B.A (University of Yangon)
B.Sc [Physics] (University of Yangon)
Cert.R.P.S & C.P (New Zealand)
Cert. Med. Rad (Yangon)
Honour & Title
Received the Public Service Medal in 1991
Received the Law & Order and Rule of Law Medal in 1991
Received the Good Public Service Medal in 1994
Received Honorary Membership of the Singapore Society of
Professional Training &
Sept 1961 – July 1963 Successfully completed the Medical Radiography Course at
Yangon General Hospital. (The first batch of radiography
Course in Myanmar conducted by Mr.G.H. Simcoe, Co-plan
Feb 1971 – April 1972 Successfully completed a Course on Radiation Protection Survey and Calibration with Special Emphasis on Personal Monitoring at National Radiation Laboratory, Christchurch, New Zealand under WHO Radiation Health Project.
Sept 1975 – Oct 1975 Attended a Course on Advanced Radiological Protection sponsored by the National Radiological Protection Board of the United Kingdom at the Harwell Education Centre, under WHO Radiation Health Project.
Oct 1975 – Nov 1976 In service training in Medical Physics and Radiological Protection at the Medical Physics Department, University of Leeds, England, under the guidance of Professor R.E. Ellis. Performed a Project on Radiation Dose to the Patients in Cardiac Catheterisation and Angiography.
Conducted a Survey on Radiological Departments in Yorkshire to estimate the GSD and Population Mean Bone Marrow Dose. Paper presented at the International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and V International Conference on Medical Physics, Jerusalem, Isreal, Aug 19 -24, 1979 by Prof.R.E. Ellis.
Feb 1976 – June 1976 Attended the Course on Medical Ultrasonic at St. James Hospital, Cookridge Hospital in Leeds and Northern General Hospital in Sheffield under WHO Project.
21 Oct – 1 Nov 1991 Attended and successfully completed the Regional Training Course on National Infrastructure for Radioactive Waste Management, Jakarta, Indonesia.
June 1993 – Sep 1993 Attended and successfully completed the Micro Computer Application Course at RS Computer Centre in Yangon.
Membership\Registration Associate Member of the Hospital Physicist Association of
England (1975 – 1976)
with Professional Bodies Secretary , Radiological Protection Committee ,Ministry of Health ,(1996 – 1997)
Executive Member of the Radiological Protection Committee of the Ministry of Health. (1997 – 1998)
Associate Member of ISRRT
Member of the Society for Radiological Protection (UK)
President, Myanmar Society of Medical Radiation Technologist
Fellow of the Society of Radiological Protection (UK)
Honorary Member of Singapore Society of Radiographers
President, Myanmar Medical Technologists Committee
Member of the Myanmar Medical Physicists Association
Work Experience / Background
04.12.1963 – 31.08.1968 Radiographer , Department of Radiology,
Central Women Hospital, Yangon
01.09.1968 – 31.01.1970 Senior Radiographer, Department of Radiology,
Yangon General Hospital
27.04.1972 – 30.07.1993 Radiation Protection Officer, Radiation Health
Laboratory, Yangon General Hospital.
31.07.1993 – 18.06.1997 Head/Radiation Protection Officer
Radiation Health Laboratory
Honorary Lecturer in Radiation Protection and
Medical Photography, Post Graduate School of
Radiology, Institute of Medicine (1), Yangon.
Honorary Lecturer in Radiation Protection,
Department of Radiography & Medical Imaging,
Institute of Para-Medical Science
(now University of Medical Technology), Yangon
03.04.2001 – 29.02.2005 Senior Radiographer, Department of Radiology,
Asia Royal Hospital
01.03.2005 – Till Now Chief Radiographer, Department of Radiology,
Asia Royal Hospital
March 1985 – June 1987 Joint Secretary, Myanmar Badminton Federation
July 1987 – April 1991 Honorary Secretary, Myanmar Badminton Federation.
17Aug1989-1Sep1989 Participated in 15th SEA Games held in Kuala Lumpur, as a
Man cum Coach of Myanmar Badminton Team.
International Conferences (1) Participated in 19th AACRT in Chaingmai on 16th -18th
(2) Participated in 28th Singapore Malaysia Radiographers’
Conference in Singapore on 13 – 15 September 2013
(3) Participated in 22nd. Annual Conference the Thai Society of
Radiological Technologists in Pattaya on 1 – 3 May 2014
(4) Participated in 1st.South East Asia Radiographers’ Conference
in Malacca ,Malaysia., 21-23 August 2015
(5) Participated in 50th Annual Conference of Thai Society of
Radiological Technologists and attended the 1st. ASEAN School
of MRI , 29 April-1 May 2015
(6) Participated in the 3rd. Annual Vietnam Conference of
Radiolo Technologists & 2nd. Vietnam-Myanmar-Philippines
Conference, Ho Minh City,Vietnam 19-20 June 2015
(7) Participated in 20th.AACRT & 2nd.SEARC @ Suntec Convention
Centre, Singapore 20-23 August 2015.
(8)Participated in 24th Annual Thai Society of Radiological
Technologists Conference, Pattaya, Thailand, 27-29 April 2016
(9) Participated in 3rd. South East Asia Regional Conference of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists, 10 – 11 June 2016
(10) 32nd. Japan Conference of Radiological Technologists, 16 -18 September 2016, Gifu, Japan
(11) 19th ISRRT World Congress, 20 – 22 October 2016, Seoul, Korea
(12) 25TSRT Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 9-11 Feb.2017
(13) 21AACRT Conference, Hong Kong, 23-25 June
(14)The 17th Annual Scientific Meeting of Macao
Radiological Technologist Association,Macao, 9-10
(15) 25th National Scientific Congress & International RT Forum CSIT, CMA 2017, 27-30 September, Tianjin, China
Publication in English Personal Monitoring Programme in Burma
(Local) BMJ Vol 29, No. 3, 230-240, Sep 1963
10 Day Rule for Diagnostic Radiology
(Concept & Implementation), BMJ, Vol 22, Jul-Oct 1976
Personal Monitoring for Radiation Workers in Burma
BMJ Vol 23, No.1-4, 81-88, Dec 1978
Radiation Protection for the Eyes. The Working
Peoples' Daily, 1 March 1982.
The 10 Days Rule in X-Ray Examination, WPD , 5 April 1982 Radiation Dose to the Patients in Cardiac Catheterisation &
Angiography, BMJ, Vol 28, 3 Sep 1982
Personnel Safety Programme in Radiology Department,
BMJ, Vol 28 (3), Sep 1982
Minimizing Radiological Hazards to Patients,
The New Light of Myanmar , 12 May 1993
Centenary of Roentgen's Discovery (1895-1995)
New Light of Myanmar Newspaper, 24 March 1995.
The Control of Occupational Exposure to Radiation, NLM, 6May
Quality Assurance Programme in Diagnostic Radiology,
NLM, 24 January 1996.
Radiation Safety in Diagnostic Radiological Institutes,
NLM, 27 February 1996.
(International) Diagnostic Radiology in Burma, Shadow,
(Official Journal of New Zealand Society of Radiographer)
Vol 15, No. 1, 1972.
Papers Presentations (1) Survey on Radiological Departments in Yorkshire and Estimate of GSD and Population Mean Bone Marrow Dose.
Paper presented at the International Conference on Medical
And Biological Engineering and V International Conference on Medical Physics, Jerusalem, Isreal, Aug 19-24, 1979.
(2) Occulational Health & Safety in Diagnostic Radiology
Paper presented in 2nd. Myanmar Medical Radiation
(3) Man, Radiation & Environment
Paper presented in 2nd. Myanmar Medical Radiation
(4) Radiation Protection Survey
Paper presented in 2nd. Myanmar Medical Radiation
(5) Radiography Education and Training in Myanmar
Paper presented at the 22nd.Annual Conference of the Thai
Radiological Technologists held in Pattaya, Thailand , on 1 –
3 May 2014
(6) Assessing the Eye Dose to the Staff in Cardiac Laboratory
Paper presented in 1st. South East Asia Radiographers’
Conference held in Malacca, Malaysia on 21 – 23 August 2014
(7) Myanmar Current Training and Education Framework
Paper presented in 20 ACCRT & 2SEARC held in Suntec
Convention Centre, Singapore on 20-13 August 2015
(8) Revise Assessment of Bone Marrow Dose and Gonad Dose
from Cardiac Catheterization and Angiocardiography
Paper presented in 24th Annual Thai Society of Radiological Technologists Conference, Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand
(9) Updates on the Education in Radiologic Imaging &
Radiotherapy in Myanmar. Paper presented in 3rd. South East
Asia Regional Conference of Radiographers and Radiological
Technologists held in Manila, Philippines, 10-11 June 2016
(10)The Role of Technologist on the Assessment of Liver Volume
in CT. Paper presented in 32 Japan Conference of Radiological
Technologists , Gifu, Japan, 16 – 18 September 2016.
(11)The History of Diagnostic Imaging in Myanmar. Paper
presented in 1st. Myanmar Medical Physicists Association,
Yangon, 25th.September 2016.
(12) An Experience with Film Dosimetry @ 25TSRT Conference,
Chiang Mai, Thailand 9 – 11 Feb. 2017
(13) Historical Development of Radiological Technologists Services
Paper presented @ 17th Annual Scientific Meeting of Macao
Radiological Technologist Association,Macao, 9-10 September
(14) Revised Assessing Eye Dose For the Staff in Cardiac
Catheterization Laboratory .Paper Presented @ 25th National
Scientific Congress & International RT Forum CSIT, CMA 2017, 27-
30 September, Tianjin, China
Publication in Burmese Author of many published papers in Burmese.
Mwalimushi C. Kamati-Chinkoti
Mwalimushi C. Kamati-Chinkoti is a Chief Radiographer for Regional Services – Namibia. She co-ordinates regular supervisory support visits to public radiography departments in all 13 regions of Namibia (36 x-ray departments, one nuclear medicine and one radiotherapy department). She also liaises with the regional and national management teams on issues pertaining to radiography.
Kamati-Chinkoti completed a National Diploma in Radiography (diagnostic) from the University of Namibia in 2000. In 2003 she completed a National diploma in Radiotherapy from the Witwatersrand Technikon in South Africa. In 2007 she obtained a Masters of Business Management from the Management College of Southern Africa. She is currently a Doctor of Business Leadership candidate.
She has been in the employment of the Ministry of Health and Social Services for over 13 years. Firstly, as a pupil radiographer, diagnostic radiographer, and then as a radiation therapist until she was promoted to the chief radiographer post.
She serves on several educational and social boards/committees. Kamati-Chinkoti is proud of Namibia, her beautiful inheritance and does not let an opportunity pass without bragging about it. That is why she created www.my-beautiful-namibia.com. Mwalimushi is especially passionate about capacity building in radiography. Among her achievements in Radiography is coordinating the first National Radiography Day celebrations in 2009 and the establishment of the Radiographer’s Association of Namibia.
Ganesh Bahadur Pokharel
169, PrabeshMarga, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu, Nepal
Ms.Nilam Bhandari,Pokharel with 3 daughters
TU Institute of Medicine, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu Nepal in 1976.
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh, India, 1980 and 1990 respectively.
JICA (1994) in “Total Medical Radiation Technologists” from JAPAN and WHO (2005) in “Medical Education” from Bangladesh.
Professor: Radiography/Radiology, since 2016
National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS), Department of Radiology & Imaging, Bir Hospital, Mahaboudha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Lecturer 1998-2005, Associate Professor 2005-2011,
Professor 2011- 2015 In Department of Radiology and Imaging, Institute Of Medicine, Tribhuban University Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj Kathmandu, Nepal.
Worked for 37.5 years with challenging experience in IOM TUTH.
Responsibility taken as Technical In-charge and a Coordinator of Bachelor and Master program of Medical Imaging Technology. Smoothly ran the department by giving optimum quality services to the patients and quality education to the students, Managed day to day administrative work of the Department.
After completing my Master degree, in 1990 from PGIMER Chandigarh-India. I came back to IOM and work as well.
With support of my colleagues, I formed Nepal Radiological society (which was the first professional society of ionizing radiation workers of Nepal) in 1990, where I became the pioneer president. With my effort, Nepal became a member of ISRRT since 1998 in which I am a council member till date. I have represented from Nepal the 17th World Congress of ISRRT in Canada, regional meeting in Thailand. I chaired sessions and presented papers in national and international conferences and attended IAEA workshop in ICTP Italy in 2014.
With NRS’s advice, Nepal becomes a member of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in 2008 and formed Nepal Health Professional Council for Radiographers in 1997. Along with my colleagues we had established MOU between Radiology TUTH and Tromso Norway University for partnership program under FK Norway. Apart from this, I have been involving myself in all sorts of radiography qualifying examinations conducted by public service commission, Nepal health professional council and most Radiography degree rewarded institutes including CTEVT.
Recently, I have participated The 17th Annual Meeting and 2017 Taiwan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (TAMRT) International Forum as a DISTINGUISHED GUEST, on November 4th -5th.2017 at Kaohsiung Veterans General Hospital, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
2006 – present CEO: Quality Register and Accreditation Body Allied Health Professions
2003 – present CEO: Dutch Society of Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy
2003 – 2006 Freelancer
- interim manager department of nursing University INHOLLAND
- member research group Medical Technology University INHOLLAND
- programme director MSc Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant, University in Holland, School of Health (2003)
Senior Lecturer and Programme director MSC Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology
1991 - 1996 Vocational training for radiographers, University Hospital Leiden. Lecturer
1972 - 1991 Radiographer and clinical educator University Hospital Leiden, radiology and radiotherapy department
2008 – present President: EFRS ( European Federation of Radiographer Societies)
2006 – present Council Member ISRRT (International Society Radiographers and Radiological Technologists)
2007 – 2008 EFRS ( European Federation of Radiographer Societies), President of the transitional board
2003 – 2008 HENRE (Thematic European network in Radiography Education) member subgroup 3 Lifelong Learning
2006 – 2007 Chair of the European working group
2001 – 2006 Board member Quality Register and Accreditation Body Allied Health Professions
1994 – present Editor in chief of the book: Radiography methodology, Elsevier
2000 – 2003 Vice President Dutch Society of Radiographers
2007 – present President of the Advisory board in health and social care of the town Waddinxveen
1992 – present Publications in journals
1992 – present Presentations national and international conferences (e.g. ISRRT, ECR, ESTRO, Baltic Conference, European Radiographer Symposium Bayer Schering)
2001 - present member of several Scientific committees
It is my pleasure to represent the New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technologists (NZIMRT) at the ISSRT Council. My role as part of the NZIMRT is to highlight the work of ISRRT encouraging and fostering support through fundraising on World Radiography Day, ISRRT memberships, and information sharing.
I am Charge Radiographer at Rotorua Hospital, a regional hospital in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand. My role includes the daily operations management for the department, including responsibility for staff, budgets and project leadership for equipment replacement. I am a diagnostic radiographer and I have maintained my scope of practice with the majority of my clinical role involving CT Scanning.
I have been involved with the NZIMRT for approximately 15 years beginning in the role of Education Convenor with responsibility for the organisation’s continuing professional development programme. I have served twice as New Zealand President, an enjoyable yet humbling experience.
I am fortunate in my role to have the support of my husband Gary and my family, Matthew, James and Eilis. Rotorua Hospital Radiology Department enables me to attend the various meetings and conferences as required and this means being within a national leadership role is possible.
I see the work of ISRRT as being extremely important to ensure that patient safety during radiation practice is always kept to the forefront across the world. The ability to share knowledge is vital and I am excited at the early steps towards supporting educational workshops in the Asia Pacific region. I look forward to continuing to work to raise the profile of ISRRT within the New Zealand radiography community.
NZIMRT ISRRT Director
Mark C. Okeji
Dr. Mark C. Okeji is a Senior lecturer in the Department of Medical Radiography and Radiological Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences and Technology, College of Medicine, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. He holds a B.Sc, M.Sc and PhD degrees in Radiography, majoring in Medical Imaging, Radiation and Environmental Protection. He has published over twenty scientific articles in reputable Journals. He has served in many University committees in the past and currently a member of the University of Nigeria Postgraduate Board. He is a visiting senior lecturer in Department of Radiography, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi Campus. Former Visiting lecturer, Department of Radiography, University of Maiduguri.
Dr. Okeji is the President of Association of Radiographers of Nigeria and has been a Council member of the Association since 2004. He was a member of the Board of Management, Radiographers Registration Board of Nigeria from 2009 to 2010. Currently a Board member, University of Uyo Teaching Hospital, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
Bent Ronny Mikalsen
President of the Norwegian Society of Radiographers
Born: 12. February 1964
Lives in Haugesund Norway, works at Helse Fonna hospital as a senior radiographer, Educated specialist in MRI and for the last 15 years MRI has been my main area.
Jolanta Tomczak, RTT, MSc
Master Degree - 2012
Bachelor Degree - 2010
Graduated master degree in 2012 from University of Medical Sciences in Poznan; faculty of electroradiology.
Currently working in Department of Vascular and General Surgery practicing colour duplex Doppler ultrasonography.
Since January 2012 has been a member of the Board of the Polish Society of Electroradiology. Lecturer during the "Radiology Meeting in Krakow" the topic presented:
Denise Ai Wen Choong
Graduated in 2010 with 1st Class Honours from the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney, Australia. Currently working as a Senior Radiographer practicing general, vascular, Paediatric and musculoskeletal sonography at the National University Hospital, Singapore. Executive Committee Member of the Singapore Society of Radiographers from 2011 until present and is currently the Honorary Secretary.
Society of Radiological Technologists – Sri LankaPresident of the Society( and the Council member for the ISRRT)
Mr. V.G.Wimalasena. (DSR-Sri Lanka)Principal, School of Radiography- Sri lanka, Tutor Radiographer Office address :- School of Radiography, National Hospital of Sri Lanka, Colombo 10
Regional Co-ordinator for Professional Practice - Africa
HOD in the Department of Clinical Sciences at the Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) in Bloemfontein, South Africa since 2013.
M Rad (Therapy), PhD (Health Professions Education) both from the University of the Free State
PhD Thesis – An assessment model in health sciences
A member of the SORSA Bloemfontein branch since 1978
Served on the committee as secretary, chairperson and education representative
President of National Council in 2010 and 2011.
Represent SORSA at the ISRRT council
ISRRT Regional co-ordinator Education: Africa.
Stigbergsliden 7, 55311 Jönköping, Sweden
Chiung-Wen Kuo RT, PhD
1. Assistant Professor and Chair Department of Medical Imaging and Radiological Technology
Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Taiwan
2. President of Taiwan Society of Radiological Technologists, Taiwan
3. President of Nuclear Information Center, Taiwan
1. Department of Radiological Technology, Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Taiwan.
2. School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Birmingham, UK, MSc in Medical Physics
3. Department of Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Ph.D.
1. President of Taiwan Society of Radiological Technologists (TWSRT), 2015-Now
2. President of Nuclear Information Center, 2015-Now
3. Council Member of International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT) 2015-Now
4. Executive Director, Taiwan Society of Radiological Technologists, 2012-2015
5. Board Member of International Accreditation Board for Special Radiological Technologists (IABSRT) 2009-Now
6. Director, Taiwan Society of Radiological Technologists, 2006-2012
Ultrasonography, Bone Mineral Density, Radiological Technology
Stephen Samson Mkoloma
Stephen Samson Mkoloma graduated from the University of Johannesburg with a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Diagnostic Radiography in April 2008. Before that he received his diploma in Diagnostic Radiography in December 2005 which was awarded by the University of Dar es Salaam; Muhimbili University College of Health Sciences (MUCHS)His working experience as a radiographer is as follows:
-July 2005-March 2006 Imaging Plus Diagnostic Center
-April 2006-March 2008 Temeke Municipal Hospital
-April 2008 to date Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI)
He also engages himself in Teaching as a part time tutor at the school of Radiography of the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) since 2008 to date where he devoted himself in teaching Radiation sciences and Radiographic Imaging.
Mr. Mkoloma was appointed a chairperson for the interim committee that organized a Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting for TARA after some years of it’s being silent. He is currently holding this position following the TARA general election that took place in November 2013 during the conference and AGM.
Yudthaphon Vichianin, Ph.D.
Dr. Yudthaphon Vichianin graduated from Mahidol University with the degree of Bachelor of Sciences (B.Sc.) in Radiological Technology in 1995. He pursued his study and received his Master of Sciences in Information Technology (MSIT) at Mahidol University in 2000. He was granted a Royal Thai Government Scholarship to continue his study and received his Master of Sciences in Information System (MSIS) from Hawai'i Pacific University in 2003 and a doctoral degree in Communication and Information Sciences from University of Hawai'i, Manoa in 2007.
Currently, Yudthaphon is a lecturer and the secretary of the Master of Sciences degree program in Radiological Technology at the Faculty of Medical Technology, Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand.
Yudthaphon's has focused his professional expertise upon the intersection of ICTs, radiation technology, and education. He is highly active in the Thai Society of Radiological Technologists (TSRT) giving numerous training classes in PACS and MIIA certification preparation. He also teaches at numbers of universities in Thailand as an invited lecturer.
Dogbevi Robert Aziagba
Robert Dogbevi AZIAGBA COUNCIL MEMBER OF TOGO
Robert Dogbevi AZIAGBA is a senior radiological technologist since 2001. He has benefited from several specialized training courses, particularly in MRI, where he is one of the first manipulators in French-speaking Black Africa. Author of several articles on subjects related to the technology of medical imaging, he is a head of service at the international polyclinic Saint Joseph of Lomé (TOGO) and one of the pioneers of the Togolese Association of Radiological technologists in Togo in which he was treasurer for several years. He is certified radiation protection adviser by France institute of radiation protection and nuclear safety in 2014 and works as such a manager of a radioprotection company in Togo.
Email of council member: email@example.com
Trinidad and Tobago
I am a registered radiographer, registered with the Council for professions Related to Medicine-Radiographers Board - Trinidad and Tobago
-Graduated from Dawson College, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
-Certified by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists and the Order of Radiology Technologists of Quebec
-Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad
-BSc degree Radiography from the College of Science Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago
-Past President of the Society of Radiographers of Trinidad and Tobago
-Previously employed at St. Mary's hospital, Montreal, and Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Toronto
-Currently employed at the Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago(PETROTRIN), Augustus Long Hospital, Pointe-a-Pierre, Trinidad
-Currently Adjunct Lecturer at the College of Science Technology and applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago
Mr Mohamed Khelifi is a radiological technologist who graduated in 2001 from the Higher School of Sciences and Health Technologies of Sfax as sentior technician in medical imaging and therapy.
He worked for 8 years in the radiology department of the Tunisian Military Hospital. He then went to Quebec in 2011 where he received the Canadian equivalent of his diploma. He began work as a technologist in the Department of Radiology, LaSalle Hospital in Montreal.
Mr Khelifi loves associative work and volunteering. He has served, since 2008, as an officer of the Tunisian Association of Radiological Technologists, responsible for the preparation and organisation of workshops and the Congress of Radiology. He is also the editor of the ATTR'X magazine and the director of its official page on Facebook.
His personal motto is, "Better Training is Better Respected".
Place of Birth : Ilgaz – Çankırı
She graduated from On Dokuz Mayıs University , Vocational School of Health, Department of Radiology in 1992
She graduated from Anadolu University Department of Public Administration in 2004.
Earned B.A. Degree from Hacettepe University in field of Health Administration between 2007-2008
Worked as a technician of nuclear medicine for 4 years
She works as a technician of computed tomography at Ankara University Faculty of Medicine
She has served as a board member and a vice president . She has been the president of Turkish Medical Radiotechnology Association for 4 year terms.
She gave seminars on Radiation Security and Protection in many hospitals.
She is still giving seminars about Solutions for Professional Problems of Radiology Workers, having studies on a Health Workers’ Health and Security, dealing with Dangers in Workplaces and Risk Evaluation and organising local and national trainings.
Her Hobbies : Professional Mountain Climbing, Hiking, Drama
Her philosophy: Radiation is not a vitamin. Please ‘low doses of radiation’
Sam Ali is a Radiologic Technologist with special expertise in Diagnostic Imaging, Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He completed his Bachelors of Science in Medical Radiography in 2011 and Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics in 2016, both from Makerere University, Uganda. Sam works with UMC Victoria Hospital, Kampala, Uganda. Before joining UMC Victoria Hospital in 2014, he had previously worked as the Head of Radiology Department at Kitovu Hospital and the in charge of the Radiology Department at Bishop Masereka Christian Foundation, Uganda. He is so passionate about health research and utilizes his over-the-top skills to provide research support services.
Sam is the ISRRT council member and the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Program Coordinator for the Medical Imaging and Therapy Radiography profession in Uganda. He has served in those two positions since 2016. In addition, he serves in several Technical Working Groups (TWG) of the Allied Health Professionals Council, Ministry of Health and the Radiography Board of Uganda, such as the TWG involved in the development of polices, regulations and practice guidelines. He has previously served as a General Secretary of the Society of Radiography of Uganda (SRU). Some of his key accomplishments include: contribution to the development of the Allied Health Professional Council CPD guidelines; successful organization of the SRU conferences in 2016 and 2017; and establishment of a decentralized administrative structure with district ambassadors to improve governance of the SRU. In September 2017, he was honored with an award from the SRU in recognition of his outstanding leadership, commitment and dedication to the Radiography profession.
Sam’s career interests are in Research in Diagnostic Imaging and Therapeutic Radiology, Quality Improvement in Radiography, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health as well as Health Policy and Management.
Pam Black, SCOR
Pam Black is Radiology Services Manager at Wirral University Teaching Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust in the UK.
Pam is a radiographer whose career spans 39 years working mainly in and around Liverpool. She became a Radiology Manager in 2002 and worked in North Wales before moving closer to home to take up a post at Aintree University Hospital. In November 2014, she moved across the River Mersey to become Radiology Manager at Wirral University Teaching Hospital.
Pam was elected as Society of Radiographers UK Council Member for the North West of England in 2009. She was immensely proud to be elected President for 2013/14 during which time she was very involved with the concept and creation of a new national Clinical Imaging Board.
Pam is currently the Vice Chair of Radiology and Oncology Congress, represents the Society and College of Radiographers as the council member of the UK at the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists and is the Chair of the Election Committee for the European Federation of Radiography Societies.
Donna L. Thaler Long
Donna L. Thaler Long, M.S.M., R.T.(R)(M)(QM), FASRT
Donna is the radiography program director for Ball State University/Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. She received an associate degree in radiologic technology from Indiana University and Methodist Hospital, a bachelor’s degree in health services management from Indiana University and a master’s degree in management from the Indiana Institute of Technology. Donna also works as a staff radiographer at Hendricks Regional Health Hospital in Danville, Indiana. Donna said that she is fortunate to have had to the opportunity to work in a variety of roles throughout her career including staff radiographer, fluoroscopy supervisor, administrative director of radiology, sales, equipment applications and education. Donna has served on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists for nine years as Vice Speaker (3 years), Speaker (2 years), Secretary-treasurer, President-elect, President and Chairman of the Board. She has served on numerous committees for the ASRT and was elevated to Fellow in 1994. She is also a Life Member, past president and an active member of the Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists.