Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia - Professional capabilities for medical radiation practice

Professional capabilities for medical radiation practice

The Professional capabilities for medical radiation practice (the professional capabilities) recognise the various roles that a practitioner undertakes in practice, including the professional role, the partner in care, the communicator and collaborator, the educator, and the medical radiation safety expert.

The short videos below help explain the professional capabilities. FAQs include case study examples of how to ensure your practice is consistent with the minimum capabilities.

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Retired professional capabilities

The current professional capabilities and supporting resources came into effect on 1 March 2020 after a public consultation of the original 2013 professional capabilities.

 
 
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