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University of PNG Seeks Lecturer
Posted 19th October 2011


As part of enhancing and keeping the student radiographers up to date with the latest technologies and modalities in the field of radiology, The University of Papua New Guinea is seeking interested individuals who are willing to come up to PNG for a month to give lectures/tutorials on computed tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging. All travel, accommodation, and allowances will be met by Ausaid project.

The 1 month lectures/tutorials will be for next year, 2012. One will be in April 2012 and the other in July 2012. Interested members can contact Moses Taram mtaram_76@yahoo.com.au

Call for Donation of Used Probes - Tanzania
Posted 19th October 2011


AIRaid - Call for Donation of Used Ultrasound Probes for Tanzania

We are looking for ultrasound probes with the following specifications:

general purpose probes 2.5 to 7 MHz, high resolution probes (7-10 MHz or similar), or even an endocavity probe.

If you are able to help, please email airaid@air.asn.au or telephone the AIR office on 03 9419 3336.

MRI Level1 Examination - 17 September 2011
Posted 10th October 2011


MRI Level 1 Accreditation Examination - 17 September 2011 Sitting.

A list of successful candidate IDs is available here.

All candidates will be notified individually by mail.

If your candidate ID is not listed, you were not successful at this sitting.

Individual scores cannot be divulged or discussed with candidates.

CT Certification Pilot Programme
Posted 5th October 2011


Certification for Diagnostic CT – PILOT PROGRAMME

We are calling for volunteers, with differing levels of CT experience to participate in the pilot of the intermediate CT practitioner examination. You must be:

  • a full and current financial member of the AIR holding a current VSoA,
  • have a minimum of 1 year CT experience and
  • be available for the examination on Saturday 18th February 2012.

As part of the pilot you will be asked for feedback on the difficulty level of the questions and the ability to achieve the clinical components of the certification.

On successful completion of the pilot program, including the clinical requirements, the candidates will be awarded certification as an intermediate CT practitioner for FREE.

If interested, please email your expression of interest to the AIR secretariat including:

  • years of CT experience
  • public or private employer
  • job role
  • location (pilot exam will be conducted only in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney)

Applications must be received by COB Thursday 17th November; no late applications will be accepted. Successful candidates will be notified by 9th December.

Please click on the following link for more detailed information regarding the programme.

Please click on the following link for a copy of the advertisement.

Please send all correspondence to the following email address: info@air.asn.au.

Radiation Oncology - Tripartite National Strategic Plan
Posted 5th October 2011

Your voice in shaping the Tripartite National Strategic Plan for Radiation Oncology

The Tripartite Committee is the peak professional group in radiation oncology comprised of the Faculty of Radiation Oncology, RANZCR; the Australasian College of Physical Scientists & Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM); and the Australian Institute of Radiography (AIR).

The Tripartite Committee is currently developing a 2012 - 2022 National Strategic Plan for Radiation Oncology*. A decade ago a similar Tripartite Strategic Plan was the catalyst for the Baume Inquiry into radiotherapy services. There have been a number of key developments in the sector over the last decade. It is timely that a reevaluation of the current strategic issues affecting radiotherapy be undertaken.

As professionals we are now in an unparalleled position to set the new directions for the sector. In October – November 2011 the Tripartite Committee is undertaking an inclusive and extensive consultation with professionals, peak groups, patients and other stakeholders.

We are relying on you and other professionals to share their expertise and insight by completing the online submission, which takes 30 minutes to complete and covers multiple key areas (such as resources, funding research and others).

Please find the link to the online submission form here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JXVT88N

Additional information about this development of the Tripartite National Strategic Plan for Radiation Oncology can be found on:

If you would like to discuss this further, please do not hesitate to call Shane Hayes, Senior Projects Officer, on 02 9268 9713 or email shane.hayes@ranzcr.edu.au

Yours sincerely,

A/Prof Chris Milross
Chair, Tripartite Committee
Dean, Faculty of Radiation Oncology, RANZCR

* The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists has received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing for the Tripartite Committee to undertake a project to develop a new Tripartite National Strategic Plan for Radiation Oncology (Australia).