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Radiology reporting quality: how can we measure it? 12 Nov 2015

This video explores a modern approach to assuring audit quality and using the process in a positive developmental way to foster learning at an individual and organisational level. This accords with the Royal College of Radiologists approach to reporting error: Standards for Learning from Discrepancy meetings. It develops this approach in a teleradiology context but in a way that is highly transferable to the NHS departmental environment.

Key educational objectives:
  • Why should we measure reporting quality?
  • What should we measure?
  • What are we trying to achieve? 

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Duration:54 mins


Speaker info

Dr Stephen Davies

Dr Stephen Davies was appointed as Medical Director at Medica Reporting in May 2013. He works part-time for Medica and part-time for the NHS as a Consultant Radiologist at Cwm Taf Health Board (since 1991). He undertook pre-clinical studies at Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College (1975-78) and clinical studies at The Royal London (1978-1981). He gained MRCP whilst worked as Medical Registrar at King's College Hospital. He was President of the British Institute of Radiology (2010-2012), UKRC President for 2008 & 2009 Congresses, Associate Dean and Head of Radiology School in Wales (2005-2011) and Quality Assurance Lead for Education for the Clinical Radiology Faculty at the RCR (2010-2012). He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Glamorgan. His radiological profile is as a musculoskeletal and general radiologist. He is an accredited Expert Witness. He has an interest in performance in doctors which stems from his time as Head of the Wales Radiology Training School.