Vacancies

Members of the BSCI/BSCCT can add vacancies to this page by emailing website@bsci.org.uk Non members can advertise vacancies for a fee of £70.

 

Lead MRI Radiographer at Royal Papworth

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915776744

Closing date:  23/10/2019

 

BHF Clinical Research Collaborative, Clinical Lead

Closing date for applications: 21 October 2019

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Ting Yim Lee Chair in Cardiac Computed Tomography Imaging Research
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry Western University

Click here for more information about the position

To apply please send a letter of intent, detailed curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching, and the names and contact information of three references to:
Dr. David Litchfield
Vice Dean, Research and Innovation
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Room 3730-A, Clinical Skills Building, Western University London, Ontario CANADA N6A 5C1 selection.committee@schulich.uwo.ca

 

HRA Radiation Assurance Phase 3 reviewer recruitment open

Following the success of Phases 1 and 2 of Radiation Assurance, the HRA are inviting further Medical Physics Experts (MPEs) and Clinical Radiation Experts (CREs) to become registered reviewers in preparation for the launch of Phase 3. Their previous phases accepted studies involving cardiology, rheumatology and neurology, as well as all oncology studies taking place in the NHS.

During Phase 3, all other studies involving ionising radiation taking place in the NHS will be accepted. This will be the final phase of rollout prior to Radiation Assurance being integrated as part of HRA and HCRW Approval.

As the HRA is widening their study acceptance criteria, they are strongly encouraging CREs and MPEs with the relevant experience to register to review applications through Radiation Assurance. Applications from CREs are particularly welcomed. Benefits to being CREs and MPEs registered with the HRA include:

  • supporting research taking place in the NHS;
  • undertaking a professional role supporting a UK-wide process
  • contributing to improved healthcare in the UK.
  • training on the Radiation Assurance process;
  • their employer being provided with a standardised fee of £500 + VAT for new study reviews and £250 + VAT for amendment reviews (England, Northern Ireland and Wales only. Separate arrangements apply for reviewers based in Scotland);

CREs registered with the Royal College of Radiologists being able to claim one CPD point for every review they complete through Radiation Assurance.

Information on how to apply to become a registered reviewer is available on the HRA’s website. The launch date for Phase 3 will be confirmed as soon as they have enough reviewers registered to provide a continued good service.

If you have any queries please contact the technical assurance team athra.radiationassurance@nhs.net.

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