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Letter from the HPCSA about Communications to Associations - Completion of Community Service Registrations
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The HPCSA's supervision guidelines - final document.
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SORSA provided inputs to the HPCSA PBRCT with respect to GUIDELINES FOR RENDERING OF FORENSIC IMAGING SERVICES IN SOUTH AFRICA, and that SORSA requested acknowledgement in the final document.
Society of Radiographers of South Africa (SORSA) supports exemption from load-shedding schedules for healthcare facilities
Read letter by Dr FI Peer (D.Tech: Rad) SORSA - Public Relations Officer
Notice for membership fees 2023
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Notice of constitutional amendment to add an affiliate membership category
SORSA National Newsletter 2022
Direct sponsorships are unethical
The South African Medical Technology Industry Association (SAMED) views direct sponsorships as unethical as it may compromise a Health Care Professional's independent clinical judgement and thus impact patient care.
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Summary of the cyber crimes act
Contrast media administration by radiographers
"During a CT procedure Radiographers are NOT, according to the enabling framework, to cannulate and are NOT to administer contrast media"
Ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for health: WHO guidance
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ISRRT World Congress December 2022 Bangkok
"New normal in medical imaging and radiation therapy"
Poster and link to webpage
SORSA is now a CPD Accreditor
Attention colleagues performing obstetrics ultrasound, kindly find notice for your attention.
The ultrasound examination offered by the HPCSA Professional Board for Radiography and Clinical Technology (PBRCT) includes obstetrics, gynaecology, abdomen, small parts and deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Of concern it that the examination will exclude those radiographers who provide obstetric ultrasound services at district level health facilities. SORSA therefore requested the HPCSA Professional Board for Radiography and Clinical Technology (PBRCT) to urgently consider the negative impact this exclusion would have on service delivery of obstetric ultrasound to the general public.
WHO-ISRRT anti-smoking awareness campaign
As radiographers we have first hand experiences of the impact that smoking has on the health of individuals. In keeping with the theory of behaviour change and professionalism, radiographers should ideally assume a role modelling position by advocating for the elimination of smoking habits among our patients and colleagues. The aim of this campaign is to support the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) by educating and resourcing institutions offering radiography programmes with the view of reducing the impact of tobacco use in the profession as a whole.
ISRRT Response Document - Appropriate and safe use of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy with infection control measures considered in addition to standard radiation protection procedures.
ISRRT Board of Management approved April 2020
Based on Input to the World Heath Authority (WHO) Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) meeting facing COVID-19 held March 27th 2020 and development of various WHO/IAEA Technical documents including ‘WHO-Rapid Advice Clinical Guide on appropriate use of radiological imaging in COVID-19’ and IAEA/WHO Technical brief for Nuclear Medicine in COVID-19.