Patients in Focus - Jointly organised by the ESR and EFRS

IF 1 - The radiographer-patient relationship

March 2, 08:00 - 09:00 CET

IF 1-2
5 min
Introduction
Charlotte Beardmore, London / UK
1. To highlight the uniqueness of the radiographer-patient relationship in medical imaging and radiation therapy.
2. To appreciate the need for continued enhancement of approaches used to improve this relationship.
IF 1-3
10 min
A holistic approach to patient care: the patient's perspective
Evelyn Steinthaler, Vienna / Austria
1. To appreciate the diversity of patient needs during medical imaging examinations and radiation therapy.
2. To understand the impact of radiographer interactions on the patient's experience.
3. To consider the importance of personal self-reflection in the context of patient-centred care.
IF 1-4
10 min
A holistic approach to patient care: the radiographer's perspective
Michaela Davis, Dublin / Ireland
1. To appreciate the diversity of patient needs during medical imaging examinations and radiation therapy.
2. To understand the impact of radiographer interactions on the patient's experience.
3. To consider the importance of personal self-reflection in the context of patient-centred care.
IF 1-5
10 min
How technology can enhance the radiographer-patient interaction: the patient's perspective
Michael Herscovici, Vienna / Austria
1. To discuss how technology can be utilised to ensure patients are adequately informed prior to and following examinations and procedures.
2. To appreciate the importance of the radiographer-patient interaction during examinations and procedures.
3. To emphasise the privileged relationship the radiographer holds with their patients.
IF 1-6
10 min
How technology can enhance the radiographer-patient interaction: the radiographer's perspective
Anastasia Sarchosoglou, Athens / Greece
1. To discuss how technology can be utilised to ensure patients are adequately informed prior to and following examinations and procedures.
2. To appreciate the importance of the radiographer-patient interaction during examinations and procedures.
3. To emphasise the privileged relationship the radiographer holds with their patients.
IF 1-7
15 min
Panel discussion: Are there sufficient radiographer-focused continuing professional development opportunities related to enhancing communication skills?

Moderators

Moderator

Charlotte A. Beardmore

London, United Kingdom

Speakers

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Charlotte A. Beardmore

London, United Kingdom

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Evelyn Steinthaler

Vienna, Austria

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Michaela Dawn Davis

Dublin, Ireland

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Michael Herscovici

Vienna, Austria

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Anastasia Sarchosoglou