Announcing our Manchester CPD event on Oct 11th

We are delighted to announce our latest CPD event, taking place in Manchester on October 11th.

Within radiology, the introduction of radiographer reporting has developed into an integral component of most, if not all x-ray departments.  It is a national treasure, an innovation founded by the NHS which is marvelled by radiographers across the globe.  Despite this, historically radiography has lagged behind the AHP family in establishing themselves as effective agents of influence.  So how do we change this status quo? What approach is needed in an NHS which is celebrating its 70th birthday and undoubtedly experiencing some of its greatest challenges to date?

“How can we transform our practice to develop the best care for patients?”

In our previous study events, we have really looked to understand the challenges faced by reporting radiographers and have shared examples of enablers from a broad spectrum of experts. This event will take this one step further, and look at how we can really look to push the boundaries within the scope of our profession to improve outcomes, and how the innovators of today become standard practice of the everyday radiographer of tomorrow.

We have a panel of imaging experts speaking at the event and you will have an opportunity to gain insights through their presentations and engage with them during the panel discussion.

This is a free event with donations and contributions welcomed. All donations raised will be going towards the Funding Neuro Charity, a charity very close to our hearts. To make a donation to this very worthy cause please do on

This event will be CPD accredited and is aimed at radiographers, radiology managers, radiologists, academics and anyone with an interest in diagnostic image reporting.


18:00: Registration and refreshments

18:20: Introduction (Chair and InHealth)

18:30: Charlotte Beardmore – Director of Policy, SCoR: Update on the SCoR/RCR Teamworking document

18:55: Professor Bev Snaith – Consultant Radiographer from Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and University of Bradford: The importance of maintaining Reporting Standards

19:20: Professor Maryann Hardy – University of Bradford: The role of Education

19:45: Sara Bainbridge – Director of Policy for Early Diagnosis, Cancer Research UK: Future workforce plans

20:10: Professor Erika Denton – Associate Medical Director, Honorary Professor of Radiology, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital: NHS Improvement Perspective on Imaging Optimisation and Productivity

20:35: Panel Discussion and Q&A: “How can we transform our practice to develop the best care for patients?”

21:15: Drinks, snacks and Networking

22:00: Close

The event will be chaired by Dr Nick Woznitza, Clinical Academic Radiographer from Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & Canterbury Christ Church University, and winner of the AHP of the Year award 2017.

Register now for this free event at

This event is organised in conjunction with our corporate partners; The Society & College of Radiographers and The British Institute of Radiology.