Policies and Position Papers

Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy

Policies and Position Papers

The Society has a number of policies and position statements pertaining to practice, education, conduct, standards and procedures. These are regularly updated in consultation with our expert committees and external stakeholders.

Constitution 

Code of Ethics 

Guidelines For Professional Conduct for Medical Radiation Professionals 

Certification

ASMIRT Privacy Statement 2019

Professional Practice Standards

ASMIRT RTAP Scope of Practice 2017

ASMIRT MI Scope of Practice - May 2020


SUBMISSIONS

Submission - Cancer Australia's Lung Cancer Screening Enquiry
Submission - National Registration and Accreditation Scheme
Submission - Bill A for National Registration and Accreditation Submission
Submission - Interprofessional Health Education in Australia
Submission - Health Education and Training NHWT


POLICIES AND GUIDELINES

ASMIRT Position Statement Certifications 28.08.20
ASMIRT Position Statement Gonad Shielding 23.09.20
ASMIRT Position Statement MRP ACCESS TO PPE 06.09.2020
COVID19 Essential Role of Clinical Radiology Services - Mar 2020
Education Policies Dec 2010
ASMIRT Guidelines for Venepuncture July 2017
ASMIRT Guidelines for Intravenous Adminstration of Contrast July 2017
ASMIRT Particle Position Statement
ASMIRT National Clinical Trials Governance Framework March 2019
ASMIRT Response Professional Capabilities for Medical Radiation Practice April 2019
Response to ARPANSA Medical Exposure Code and Readers Guide
ASMIRT Response to RANZCR Draft Position Paper on Image Interpretation - A
ASMIRT Response to RANZCR Draft Position Paper on Image Interpretation - B
RANZCR Ethical Principles for AI in Medicine April 2019 
Review of Accreditation arrangements - accreditation functions

Please note that a more comprehensive range of policies and guidelines are available by emailing info@asmirt.org.


Complaints Against Professionals

How to Lodge a Complaint (AHPRA)


ASMIRT occassionally receives complaints from stakeholders including patients, clients, members and the general community. The Society will investigate and respond to complaints made and will make recommendations and changes in line with those recommendations.

A complaint can be made verbally or in writing to the Chief Executive of ASMIRT. Periodic reports are prepared for the Board covering number and nature of complaints, to provide trend analysis and identification of opportunities for improvement.