radiologists and some trained radiographers REPORT XRAYS. I don't nor should
From: Dunn Matthew Dr. (RJC) ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY - SwarkHosp-TR
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Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 08:44
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Subject: Re: ENPs provisionally reporting XRs
> training do ENPs have in other units before the are
> independantly able to provisionally report films? Is anyone
> aware of any nationally available courses or standards for
> introducing this.
The Good Hope (Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham) course on x-ray interpretation
is run for both A and E SHOs and ENPs (usually first weekend of the new
SHOs). Some of the teaching is to doctors and nurses together; some sessions
are run in parallel but separate. Run By Mr K Gupta (A and E consultant).
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