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University to Uniform: Making the transition and managing the early years post qualification 16 Sep 2019

Starting a new job and the initial few years post qualification can be challenging for some! This webinar will discuss some of the topics and themes that many newly qualified health professionals, with special attention to radiographers, have concerns about and which may not have been discussed during the formal education in university. The webinar will provide some useful hints and tips to make this transitional period easier for those at the start of their career.

Educational aims:
•    To explore some of the common issues faced by newly qualified staff in their new roles
•    To advise new starters in the radiography profession
•    To provide information regarding career specialisation routes and advanced practice

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Duration:63 mins

Speaker info

Baruch Videan

Mr Baruch Videan qualified from The University of Salford in 2012 and subsequently worked at Manchester Royal Infirmary. During his time working at a major trauma designated city centre teaching hospital he gained a vast experience in plain film imaging in an exciting and challenging environment. Baruch then went on to study for his Post-graduate Certificate in adult chest reporting at Canterbury Christ Church University and added an extra module in abdomen reporting. Currently, he is studying MSK Reporting at The University of Salford. Baruch has always been passionate about radiographer reporting, the education of students and has been honoured to work with The University of Salford in the delivery of their undergraduate degree in diagnostic radiography. He is very active in the radiography social media world and believes that ‘Online Journal Clubs’ and Twitter chats enables inter-professional collaboration and education in ways we could only dream of.