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Your World Healthcare's busy Radiography desk has grown dramatically over the last few years. We now have an exceptional choice of roles in both the NHS and private sector. Our friendly, experienced radiography recruitment consultants will take the time to give you a high quality, personal service to enable you to find rewarding, well-paid radiography jobs.
Companies seeking to find suitable candidates for locum mammographer jobs they need filling in this specialist sector can rely on us to give them all the help they need. Searching for a professional in this industry is not such an easy task. As well as finding locum sonographer employees being costly, it can also take up a lot of precious time. What we endeavour to do at Your World is to provide the sort of recruitment service you'd expect from one of the leaders in this business. The locum radiography jobs that we offer jobseekers are at some of the best NHS or private medical centres in the UK. If you've been looking for work in this profession for a long time without too much success, it's time you registered with us. The online form for getting MRI radiography jobs is very straightforward to complete. For those of you that are in need of a professional to fill your radiography jobs vacancies in this radiography sector of the medical world, contact us today. All you need to do is register with us and you will be able to find someone for your radiography job vacancy at your practice or hospital. If there are any particular types of experts in this field that we don't seem to have registered with us, give us a call. The diagnostic jobs that we provide are always filled by people that are not only experienced, but have completed all the necessary training. We look forward to hearing from you.
General Radiography Jobs UK
Jobseekers that are tired of using recruitment services that fail to deliver should register with us today. One of the things that sets us apart from other agencies is that our locum radiographer jobs are at some of the most respected medical institutions in Britain and abroad. As we have got offices in Australia and New Zealand as well as the UK, we are able to find radiography jobs in a variety of places around the globe. Many of the mammography jobs we can provide you with have a lot of career potential. Jobseekers that are not only looking for a short term position, but require a job in this line of work that has promotion prospects, have certainly found the right website. Whether you are an experienced nuclear medicine technician or you have just graduated, we are confident we can provide you with what you're looking for. Medical practices that are desperate to find experienced and qualified candidates for the vacant positions at their company should get in touch with us as soon as possible. As this industry is very competitive, it pays to get in front of the completion. The phlebotomy jobs we provide jobseekers with come with good benefits and a generous salary. Whatever you're ambitions may be in the medical industry, we know we can be of assistance to you. Practices with a radiographer job vacancy looking for appropriate candidates have found the team they can rely on to provide them with solutions.
Over the many years we've been involved in the recruitment business, we have provided many practices and hospitals with qualified and experienced employees. People that have been looking for radiographer manage jobs in the past have contacted us to help them find the most suitable position available on the market. One way that we ensure that the practices and hospitals we have registered have good work ethics is by taking a look at their history. Although there are many radiography agencies online today, not all of them have the same high standards as we do. One thing you will notice about our company is that all our radiography recruitment staff are extremely dedicated to their work. From the moment you first contact us to the time when your registration is complete; you will be impressed by our courteous and professional radiography recruitment team. Hospitals with a need for radiography recruitment solutions can rest assured that we can provide some of the best medical professionals on the job market today. By being highly experienced in this type of business, we are aware of all the problems that can occur if you don't check the credentials of candidates properly. Although our radiography job seekers have always been vetted thoroughly, we are aware that there are some agencies that have had some problems. Jobseekers that come to us for radiologist jobs are generally very motivated. One of the qualities we look for in our candidates is a good attitude to their profession. The radiology jobs searchers on our books are very professional.
Whether you are only after a short term position to tide you over for a while or you are seeking a job with good prospects for the future, register with us today. As well as putting people in touch with hospitals or practices for sonographer jobs, we also take pride in helping people develop their careers. By taking a genuine interest in how your working life is managed, we hope to provide you with essential assistance in reaching your employment targets. Companies that have vacancies for ultrasound jobs should get in contact with us today. By utilising our popular services, you will be ensuring you get some of the most competent staff for your positions. If you have got a small practice with big ambitions, you really should be searching for the kind of employees that will help you achieve your goals. Although filling your vacancies for radiographers can be achieved by a bit of effort, we aim to make sure you are getting the cream of the crop. Hospitals that have a good reputation they'd like to maintain would be well advised to use our unrivalled radiography recruitment services. If you're looking for experts for x-ray jobs at your clinic, you couldn't have found a more suitable place. In fact, we strongly believe that registering your practice with us would be the best diagnostic jobs decision you've made in a long time. As well as offering you a good choice of candidates for your locum sonographer positions, we pride ourselves on our general services too.
Jobs in Radiography
There are so many different kinds of medical institutions it can be difficult to decide on the best sort to find employment in. One thing we do as part of our professional services is offer advice to graduates in the radiography industry. Mammography jobs can be applied for in many places using this kind of technology. However, this doesn't mean to say that the practice you eventually work in will be suitable for your particular needs. And just like any jobseeker should find out as much as possible about phlebotomy jobs they are applying for, we also believe in doing some research on the institutions applying to register with us. And what we can say for sure is that all the hospitals or practices that are on our books are highly reputable ones. As being one of the leaders in radiography agencies, we are proud to have worked with some of the most competent medical institutions in the UK today. People living outside Britain that would like to find a radiography recruitment company that can find them work in this profession should get in contact with us. And as we can provide short as well as long term radiography jobs, we're sure we have got the perfect job for you. Searching for radiography jobs in a foreign country can be really hard at times. By registering with Your World, you will have an excellent opportunity to find suitable employment In the UK or abroad. The jobs we have on offer are a great career move.
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With the advancement in computer technology, searching for a job has become so much more convenient. And although the days of scouring through a medical recruitment paper is a thing of the past, browsing on the net can be a time consuming practice. By registering with us, your search for radiologist jobs will seem like a breeze compared to spending hours on the internet browsing through the many sites for medical positions. One of the benefits of using our unrivalled services is that we do all the hard work for you. As well as finding well paid radiology jobs, we offer our registrants a chance to have their careers steered in the right direction. Our team of experienced career advisors will be more than happy to provide you with any information you need about the sonographer jobs we have on offer with practices or other medical institutions. Another very good aspect about our services is the regularly updated job board we have on our well designed website. By avoiding the time consuming process of searching for ultrasound jobs in a speculative fashion, you will have more time to complete other important job search related tasks. Updating your resume and writing a well constructed cover letter are just some of the things that need to be done if you want to be successful in your application for work. And although there are quite a few x-ray jobs that are advertised on a regular basis, many of them are not that easy to get.
There are two types of radiography, diagnostic and therapeutic. Both need considerable knowledge of technology, anatomy and physiology and pathology to carry out their work.
The NHS employs 90% of all radiographers, with other opportunities in private clinics and industry. There are about 26,000 registered radiographers in the UK. The ratio of diagnostic to therapeutic radiographers is around ten to one.
Diagnostic radiographers work mainly within the radiology and imaging departments of hospitals (NHS trusts or private sector) but may also work in surgeries/clinics.
Radiology departments within hospitals normally include a number of sections encompassing a wide range of different imaging modalities e.g. ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine and, of course, X-rays. Diagnostic radiographers are able to undertake most investigations but may later specialise in one particular area.
Some of the imaging technology that a diagnostic radiographer may use are:
X-Ray - looks through tissues to examine bones, cavities and foreign objects.
Fluoroscopy - images the digestive system providing a real-time image.
CT (Computed Tomography) - which provides cross-sectional views (slices) of the body.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) - builds a 2-D or 3-D map of the different tissue types within the body.
Ultrasound - well known for its use in obstetrics and gynaecology. Also used to check circulation and examine the heart.
Angiography - used to investigate blood vessels
Diagnostic radiographers provide a service for most departments within the hospital including, accident and emergency, outpatients, operating theatres and wards. Close liaison and collaboration with a wide range of other health care professionals is therefore vital.
X-rays and ultrasound are just two of the imaging techniques used by diagnostic radiographers to look at injuries or disease, or monitor changes inside the body. While most diagnostic radiographers carry out a range of procedures, they may specialise in techniques such as computerised tomography scanning, or magnetic resonance imaging which uses magnetic field and radio frequency waves to produce cross-sectional images of the body.
Diagnostic radiography is a fast-moving and continually changing profession, and long-term career prospects include management, research, clinical work and teaching.
Therapeutic radiographers are increasingly known as radiotherapy radiographers. They work closely with doctors, nurses, physicists and other members of the oncology team to treat patients with cancer.
Radiotherapy radiographers deliver doses of X-rays and other ionising radiation to patients, most of whom are suffering from various forms of cancer. The aim of the treatment is to deliver an accurate dose of radiation to the tumour/cancer whilst minimising the dose received by the surrounding tissues. They establish where the area to be treated is located and work out the exact dosage required with doctors and medical physicists.
Radiotherapy radiographers may be involved in the care of the cancer patient from the initial referral clinic stage, where pre-treatment information is given, through the planning process, treatment and eventually post-treatment review (follow-up) stages.
Ultrasound is used in various settings in the hospital, not just for babies but also abdominal scanning and breast ultrasound for example. Ultrasound imaging is the use of high frequency sound in excess of human hearing to produce images of structures of the human body that may be observed on a TV screen. These images may subsequently be transferred to photographic film or paper or onto video or CD forming part of the patients' record of their examination.
Currently there are no direct entry routes into ultrasound. Most sonographers train as a radiographer then undertake an approved post-registration course*. These courses are offered by higher education and as a minimum require one academic year that prepares them both clinically and academically for this specific area of practice. Normally a pre-requisite for acceptance on to these courses is access to a clinical department that is able to offer supervised practice for student sonographers
* Courses are approved by the Consortium for the Accreditation of Sonographic Education (CASE), see www.sor.org for more information about course providers. Note that some other NHS staff may also train in sonography, including some healthcare scientists working in vascular technology and cardiac physiology.
There are opportunities to work in assistant and other support roles within the radiography team as assistant practitioners, radiography assistants and imaging support workers.
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