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Imaging informatics professionals in New Zealand healthcare
This study investigated the Imaging Informatics Professionals in New Zealand Healthcare. It is a qualitative study which examined who is currently performing this role while analysing their experience, background and ...
The dosimetric impact of IV contrast when planning radiation therapy for radical lung cancer
The purpose of this study is to investigate the need to account for the presence of Intravenous (IV) contrast on planning computered tomography (CT) scans of the thorax for the radical treatment of lung cancer. This study ...
An evaluation of the main effects of shift work and their impacts as viewed by New Zealand medical radiation technologists
This thesis investigated the impact of shift work as viewed by New Zealand Medical Radiation Technologists (MRTs). The topic was chosen because during my career as an MRT I have encountered all derivations of shift work, ...
CPD five years on: what New Zealand MRTs think about mandatory CPD
This article reports the results of a survey investigating the attitudes of New Zealand Medical Radiation Technologists (MRTs) to continuing professional development (CPD) following the implementation of a mandatory CPD ...
How Medical Imaging is Contributing to Leadership Development: mBiT and the discovery of multiple brains
(New Zealand Institute of Radiation Technology (NZIMRT), 2013)
mBIT (multiple Brain Integration Technologies) is a fascinating, new and world leading development in leadership, both in leadership development approaches and in our understanding of what leadership is and how it can be ...
Exploring the engagement of New Zealand diagnostic radiographers with research
Research question: To what extent are New Zealand diagnostic radiographers engaged with research and why?
Evaluating medical radiation technologists’ image interpretation accuracy and clinical practice relative to their postgraduate educational experience in New Zealand
This study focuses on the effect of postgraduate education on image interpretation of trauma to the appendicular skeleton from a New Zealand (NZ) perspective. It evaluates the changes in the reporting accuracy and the ...