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Useful Web Sites for Radiography

You may also find the following web sites useful:

Intute: Health and Life Sciences - Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health
Gateway to evaluated, quality internet resources in the fields of allied health, nursing and midwifery.
This service was formerly known as NMAP.

Radiotherapy.com
A comprehensive guide on all aspect of radiation oncology. It has a hi-tech look and is easy to use but has a heavy US bias.

Xray2000
Includes information on technique notes for students, the history of x-rays, courses, and career regulations. The image base contains x-rays divided by regions of the body. The schools section includes an interactive skeleton, which enables you to click on a body diagram and view a x-ray of that part. The site has been designed by a senior radiographer and clinical tutor.

NHS careers: radiography
Information from the NHS careers site, for those interested in pursuing a career in radiography. Information is provided in becoming a diagnostic or therapeutic radiographer, a radiography assistant and imaging support worker. Information includes what they are, what they involve and routes to joining.

To register on a discussion list send an e-mail to one or more of the following addresses quoting the message given:

Medphys (Medical Physics Discussion List)
Covers topics related to the use of radiation in medicine.
Subscription address: listserv@cms.cc.wayne.edu
Subscription message: SUBSCRIBE MEDPHYS, your firstname, your surname

RadSig
Radiology special interest group.
Subscription address: Listproc@u.washington.edu
Subscription message: Subscribe RADSIG, your name.