Reporting radiographers in Europe survey: An overview of the role within the European Federation of Radiographer Society (EFRS) member countries

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Pedersen, M.R. V., Jensen, J., Senior, C., Gale, N., Heales, C. J. and Woznitza, N. 2023. Reporting radiographers in Europe survey: An overview of the role within the European Federation of Radiographer Society (EFRS) member countries. Radiography. 29 (6), pp. 1100-1107. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radi.2023.09.005
AuthorsPedersen, M.R. V., Jensen, J., Senior, C., Gale, N., Heales, C. J. and Woznitza, N.
Abstract

Introduction
Reporting radiographers undertake an important role in healthcare and for the radiographer profession in general. First introduced in the United Kingdom, reporting radiographers are now practicing in several other European countries. Our objective was to investigate the workforce of reporting radiographers across the European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) community.

Method and material
A voluntary anonymous 34 item electronic survey was distributed online using social media accounts such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn covering a wide range of topics relating to professional role, advanced practice, education, and seniority. The questionnaire was distributed during a 12-week period in 2022.

Result
A total of 345 individual responses were received from 15 countries with majorities of respondent from United Kingdom (n = 245, 71%) and Denmark (n = 66, 19%). Mean age was 41.9 (S.D 9.8), similar for females, 42.5 (S.D 9.0) and men 40.9 years (S.D 9.7). Most reporting radiographers worked in public hospitals (90%). The vast majority of the respondents (n = 270, n = 94%) authored and signed their own clinical reports while a minority (n = 18, 6%) stated that their reports were checked by radiologists.

Conclusion
The survey highlights the scope of practice of reporting radiographers working in Europe. Reporting is becoming a career path for an increasing number of radiographers across Europe and there is assess to academic education and clinical support.

Implication for practice
Reporting radiographers fulfil an important role within the current demands of healthcare. This demand is likely to increase in the future, and therefore it is vital that there is some form of standardisation in the level of education that this group of healthcare professionals receive.

KeywordsReporting radiographer; Survey; EFRS; Diagnostic
Year2023
JournalRadiography
Journal citation29 (6), pp. 1100-1107
PublisherElsevier
ISSN1078-8174
1532-2831
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radi.2023.09.005
Official URLhttps://www.radiographyonline.com/article/S1078-8174(23)00172-4/pdf
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Deposited21 Feb 2024
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