Artificial intelligence: Guidance for clinical imaging and therapeutic radiography workforce professionals.

Christina Malamateniou, Sonyia McFadden, Yasmin McQuinlan, Andrew England, Nicholas Woznitza, Simon Goldsworthy, Claire Currie, Emily Skelton, Kwun-Ye Chu, Noorayen Alware, Paul Matthews, Rebecca Hawkesford, Richard Tucker, Wendy Town, Jackie Matthew, Chris Kalinka, Tracy O’Regan

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Abstract

New guidance from the SoR warns that clinicians must be involved in the co-construction and development of AI, to safeguard clinical practice and patient care.

The Society established a working group for AI following an earlier guidance statement in January 2020. The aim was to represent the voices of the radiographic workforce in the development of technology, helping to strengthen or improve care in clinical imaging and radiotherapy.

The new guidance, called Artificial intelligence: Guidance for clinical imaging and therapeutic radiography workforce professionals, says AI has the potential to make a ‘profound impact on clinical practice and patient care’

As such, it’s important for the profession to consider how radiographers will use AI and technology to provide better quality services, and crucial that patients and service users inform all development and are partners in research.
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-909802-63-6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Aug 2021

Keywords

  • AI
  • radiographers
  • Guidance
  • clinical imaging
  • therapeutic radiography

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