Saturday 17th November 2018
We are Registered and Enrolled Nurses from many different hospitals and Radiology Practices, and also Company Representatives who work in Medical Imaging.
The role of the medical imaging nurse has been greatly affected by the recent health care trends. As imaging procedures become more “high tech”, persons undergoing the procedures have an increasing need for the patient-centred approach provided by registered and enrolled nurses.
Invasive, therapeutic interventions formerly performed in surgery suites are now routinely performed in Medical Imaging Departments, primarily on an outpatient population who may not have received accurate pre-procedure instructions. These patients require nursing assessment, intervention and discharge planning from qualified care-givers. Read more here.
International Day of Radiology - Cardiac Imaging
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MINA Qld November Seminar
Personnal Radiation for Medical Imaging Staff
Medical Imaging Nurses of Australia (MINA)
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Disclaimer: This website represents the combined state associations of Medical Imaging Nurses of Australia (MINA). The site is jointly hosted by representatives of each MINA state branch.....Read More