Clinical Radiologist

Clinical radiologists are highly trained specialist medical doctors. They have undertaken specific postgraduate training in performing and interpreting diagnostic imaging tests and interventional procedures or treatments. Clinical radiologists work with technologically advanced X-ray, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment. They order medical imaging tests of the inside of the body which they then examine... View Article

Radiographer (Medical Imaging Technologist)

A radiographer (or medical imaging technologist) is a university-trained health professional who works with cutting edge technology to produce X-rays, CT (computed tomography) scans, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scans and other medical images to assist clinical radiologists and other doctors diagnose, monitor or treat a patient’s injury or illness. Radiographers can train in specialised areas... View Article

Radiology Nurse

A radiology nurse is a registered or enrolled nurse who cares for patients in the radiology department of a hospital or in a private radiology practice. Radiology nurses work closely with the clinical radiologist. A radiology nurse cares for you when you are having a radiological test or procedure. A radiology nurse can: Answer any... View Article


A sonographer (also known as a diagnostic medical sonographer) is a university-trained health professional who uses ultrasound to create images of structures inside your body. The sonographer uses a small, hand-held probe (called a transducer) which they move across the part of the body being imaged using a sliding and rotating action. The transducer produces... View Article

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