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There will be an introductory on-line lecture to support interactive learning within the session. The content of the session will include:
You will learn how to structure an ultrasound report that meets the current UK standards for ultrasound practice. There will be an opportunity to review good and poor quality reports, critique these in relation to the current guidelines and practice writing clear, concise and relevant reports.
Sonographers wanting to develop their skills and practice of report writing to UK standards.
English language at a level eligible to work in the UK.
A blended learning approach will be used. To make the most of the face-to-face time an on-line lecture will be provided to give the background information about report writing and best practice.
You will be encouraged to bring an example of two or three reports from your own workplace, if applicable, to discuss during the session.
This is an attendance based event.
If you meet the entry requirements for the postgraduate programme and wanted to gain 15 M-level credits, you could undertake a work based or student negotiated distance learning module and develop your experience and skills further.
Edwards, H. Smith, J. and Weston, M. (2014) “What makes a good ultrasound report?” Ultrasound, 22 (1), pp. 57 - 60
Society and College of Radiographers and British Medical Ultrasound Society (2015) Guidelines for Professional Ultrasound Practice. Available at: https://www.bmus.org/static/uploads/resources/GUIDELINES_FOR_PROFESSIONAL_ULTRASOUND_PRACTICE.pdf
The Royal College of Radiologists and Society and The Society and College of Radiographers (2014) Standards for the provision of an ultrasound service. The Royal College of Radiologists.Available at: https://www.rcr.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/BFCR(14)17_Standards_ultrasound.pdf