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EOI for Medical Imaging Advisory Panel 1 (MIAP1)
Posted 31st August 2016

Expressions of Interest:

Become a member of the Medical Imaging Advisory Panel 1

An invitation is extended for one new member to apply to join the Medical Imaging Advisory Panel 1 (MIAP1) of ASMIRT.

Nominees should possess a strong interest in the continuum of competency open to practitioners, with an emphasis on general radiography with an interest in angiography. The invitation is open to members currently engaged in academic practice.

One vacancy currently exists.

Interested applicants for the MIAP1 position will need to address the following criteria;

  • Current financial member of the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy
  • Extensive clinical experience and knowledge in general radiography with an interest in angiography and radiation safety
  • Clinical experience in Australian Medical Imaging would be advantageous
  • Connections to a state branch or committee desired
  • Able to devote approximately one hour per week for MIAP1 business
  • Available to travel to Melbourne up to twice per year
  • Available for bi-monthly evening teleconferences
  • Strong communication skills
  • Reliability and demonstrated ability to meet deadlines
  • Must have good internet / email access

This is a Board appointment, although endorsed Branch nominations may also be submitted.

Written applications with a current CV should be submitted no later than COB on Friday 30th September 2016 addressed to:


Acting Chief Executive – Confidential MIAP1 appointment

Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy

PO Box 16234

Collins Street West, Vic.,  8007


Or email addressed to the Acting Chief Executive: execoff@air.asn.au

Establishing and Sustaining Regional Centres
Posted 23rd August 2016
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Building on the work of an initial project by the Faculty of Radiation Oncology (FRO), the Tripartite Committee formed the Tripartite Committee Regional Issues Working Group (TRIG). The TRIG was charged with producing a position statement on regional radiation therapy. The final draft of this document has now been completed and the TRIG wishes to engage with the membership of ASMIRT, ACPSEM and RANZCR and seeks your feedback on this draft.

Members are encouraged to read through the Establishing and Sustaining Regional Centres – A Commentary and provide any feedback to Dr Philip Munro (Manager, Quality and Standards) at philip.munro@ranzcr.edu.au

All responses will be acknowledged.

The consultation and feedback period will be open until COB Friday 16 September 2016.

Philips / ISRRT DoseWise Radiographer of the Year contest
Posted 19th August 2016


Philips and ISRRT will host the annual “DoseWise Radiographer of the Year” this year to recognize the ongoing efforts of radiographers like you and to promote radiation dose management awareness around the world. This contest offers an opportunity for radiographers to present their best practices and to share critical knowledge. By sharing knowledge amongst your peers everyone benefits – you, your patients, your staff, your institution and everybody working in the field of radiology. DoseWise is a Philips radiology philosophy consisting of educational tools, protocols, software, and hardware and is part of our ALARA thinking.

The contest is only open to radiographers who are members of ISRRT member societies or Associate Members.

For more information click here or enter the contest now here.

Apply for ECR Invest in the Youth
Posted 8th August 2016
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The ECR will continue its highly successful Invest in the Youth programme for the 14th time at ECR 2017. The aim of the programme is to give young radiologists and radiographers-in-training the chance to participate in the meeting.

Successful applicants will be offered free registration for ECR 2017 and free hotel accommodation.

Application is possible until  October 15, 2016.

For full details please click here.

View flyer here

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact:robert.gruenkranz@myESR.org

MRLO - Important Update
Posted 4th August 2016

The Board of Directors of the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT - formerly the AIR) and the Board of Medical Radiations Online (MRLO – The College of the AIR) have decided to close the MRLO website.  All content and educational properties and activities associated with MRLO will be absorbed and re-presented under the umbrella of the ASMIRT as soon as practically possible. The ASMIRT Board of Directors’ commitment to providing high quality Continuing Professional Education (CPD) to its members remains one of the Board’s key strategic directions. The Board wish to see the MRLO content available for all members through the member’s portal. In the coming few months, members will see some changes occurring with the CPD platform, and access to further materials which will assist with members CPD.

The ASMIRT Board would like to thank Bruce Harvey, Associate Professor Tony Smith and the MRLO Board for their commitment to MRLO.