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Radiology Network

Working to improve the quality, safety and effectiveness of radiology services for NSW patients and to support collaboration and networking among radiology departments and their referrers across metropolitan and rural NSW.

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Priorities

  • To provide expert advice on medical imaging services in NSW (see also Nuclear Medicine).
  • To develop information for the wider community on medical imaging and patient safety.
  • To improve access to radiology services.
  • To collaborate with the Clinical Excellence Commission on procedural safety including sedation and development of an imaging timeout checklist.

Achievements

  • Development of the Medical Imaging District Services (MIDS) IMplementation Toolkit to assist Medical Imaging Departments and LHDs wishing to move to a more business-like approach.
  • Quarterly education evenings for radiologists, trainees, radiographers and nurses, filmed and distributed on DVD to almost 50 hospitals across NSW .
  • Development and presentation of an annual two-day medical imaging nursing course for the College of Nursing and development of an on-line module as an option for several post-graduate certificates.
  • Development and distribution of learning packages and checklist for Contrast Administration.

Radiology Network

Contact

Elvis Maio
Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Gastroenterology Network Manager

Recently Added

MIDS Implementation Toolkit Appendix 3 - Executive Director PD

Added: 27 February 2014

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MIDS Implementation Toolkit Appendix 22 - Performance monitoring and reporting

Added: 27 February 2014

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MIDS Implementation Toolkit Appendix 24 - MIDS Checklist of Key Processes and Procedures

Added: 27 February 2014

Type: MS Word Document (51.2 KB)

MIDS Implementation Toolkit Appendix 10 - Implementation Plan

Added: 27 February 2014

Type: MS Excel Document (13.1 KB)