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                                                                MISYS®


                                                 RADIOLOGY



                                                                        Version N1




        Logging on
        Searching for patients
        Display a patient’s radiology results
        Fault reporting
        Logging off




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RADIOLOGY - CONTENTS


GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION ............................................................................... 2
INFORMATION GOVERNANCE ........................................................................................ 3
   What can you do to make IG a success? ....................................................................................... 3
INTRODUCTION TO THE RADIOLOGY SYSTEM ...................................................... 4
USERNAME AND PASSWORD .......................................................................................... 4
INITIAL LOG IN .................................................................................................................. 5
SUBSEQUENT LOG INS ..................................................................................................... 7
CHANGING YOUR PASSWORD......................................................................................... 8
   If your Password has Expired .......................................................................................................... 8
HISTORICAL INQUIRY (HIQ)......................................................................................... 9
SEARCHING BY ORDER NUMBER .................................................................................. 10
SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER ........................................................................................ 12
SEARCHING BY CASE NOTE NUMBER ........................................................................ 13
SEARCHING BY SURNAME .............................................................................................. 14
SEARCHING BY SURNAME AND FORENAME INITIAL ......................................... 15
PRINTING ............................................................................................................................. 15
TO EXIT THE RADIOLOGY SYSTEM ........................................................................... 15
RESULT INQUIRY .............................................................................................................. 16
SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER ........................................................................................ 16
SEARCHING BY ORDER NUMBER .................................................................................. 18
SEARCHING BY CASENOTE NUMBER.......................................................................... 18
SEARCHING BY SURNAME AND FORENAME INITIAL ......................................... 18
SEARCHING BY SURNAME ONLY ................................................................................. 19
WHERE TO GO FOR HELP................................................................................................ 20
   Out of Office Hours.......................................................................................................................... 20
ICT TRAINING CANDIDATE APPEALS PROCEDURE. ............................................. 21
MANUAL VERSION CONTROL/LOG ............................................................................ 22




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GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION


Course Title                   RAD - Radiology
Method of Training             Classroom
Length of Course               1 hour
Pre-Requisites                 None, although Keyboard Skills advisable.
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Course Description:

This course will introduce the viewing functions of the Radiology system. This
displays basic demographic details about a patient and the results of Diagnostic
Imaging tests ie; x-rays, scans, MRI, Barium meal and Ultrasound performed at
various hospitals within the district.
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Target Group:

Relevant Staff - Clerical & Clinical
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Course Objectives:

This course will enable the student to:

1.   Describe the structure of the Radiology system.

2. List and explain their personal responsibilities for Information Governance.

3. Log on and off of the Radiology system.

4. Use the keyboard including function keys to access information.

5. Find and select a Patient using PAS number, casenote number or surname/first name.

6. Identify specific information, e.g. date and type of test performed.

7. Select specific results to view information.

8. Select and print documents.

9. Report faults.




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INFORMATION GOVERNANCE

Information Governance (IG) sits alongside the other governance initiatives of clinical, research
and corporate governance. Information Governance is to do with the way the NHS handles
information about patients/clients and employees, in particular, personal and sensitive
information. It provides a framework to bring together all of the requirements, standards and
best practice that apply to the handling of personal information.

Information Governance includes the following standards and requirements:

        Information Quality Assurance
        The NHS Confidentiality Code of Practice            Further information can be accessed on
        Information Security                                the Trust Intranet. Click on Information
        The Data Protection Act 1998                        Governance and Management Policies
        Records Management                                  under the Governance and Policies
        The Freedom of Information Act 2000                 heading.
        Caldicott Report December 1997

What can you do to make IG a success?
Keep personal information secure
   Ensure confidential information is not unlawfully or inappropriately accessed. Comply with
   the Trust ICT security policy and Staff Code of Confidentiality. Do not share your password
   with others. Ensure you "log out" once you have finished using the computer. Do not leave
   manual records unattended. Lock rooms and cupboards where personal information is stored.
Keep personal information confidential
   Only disclose personal information to those who legitimately need to know to carry out their
   role. Do not discuss personal information about your patients/clients/staff in corridors, lifts
   or the canteen
Ensure that the information you use is obtained fairly
   Inform patients/clients of the reason their information is being collected. Organisational
   compliance with the Data Protection Act depends on employees acting in accordance with the
   law. The Act states information is obtained lawfully and fairly if individuals are informed of
   the reason their information is required, what will generally be done with that information
   and who the information is likely to be shared with.
Make sure the information you use is accurate
   Check personal information with the patient. Information quality is an important part of IG.
   There is little point putting procedures in place to protect personal information if the
   information is inaccurate.
Only use information for the purpose for which it was given
   Use the information in an ethical way. Personal information which was given for one purpose
   e.g. hospital treatment, should not be used for a totally separate purpose e.g. research,
   unless the patient consents to the new purpose.
Share personal information appropriately and lawfully
   Obtain patient consent before sharing their information with others e.g. referral to another
   agency such as, social services.
Comply with the law
   The Trust has policies and procedures in place which comply with the law and do not breach
   patient/client rights. If you comply with these policies and procedures you are unlikely to
   break the law.
                                                    Written by PHT Information Governance Manager, Nov 05

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INTRODUCTION TO THE RADIOLOGY SYSTEM

The Radiology System enables you to view results for patients who have had some form of
Diagnostic Imaging ie; x-ray, Cat Scan, MRI, Ultrasound, Barium Meal or Bone Scan (Nuclear
Medicine).

The Radiology System was designed by an American company called MISYS and some of the
terminology referred to in the system is American based i.e. ‘Username’ is referred to as
‘Access Code’.

On some screens within the Radiology System you will see <F1> = Exit. This is a fault on the
system and should read <F1> = Accept.



USERNAME AND PASSWORD

USERNAME

If you do not have a username then you will be issued with one, some days after the successful
completion of the course. Details of your username will be sent to you from PAS Applications.
If you have a username for email, PAS, etc. already then, in most cases, you will use the same
one for Radiology.

PASSWORD

Your password must be between 6 and 12 characters (containing at least one letter of the
alphabet and no more than two repeated characters and you can also include a number).

You may alternate between passwords, but it is possible to use a wider selection if preferred.




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INITIAL LOG IN

BE CAREFUL!
The terminal will ‘lock’ after 5 incorrect log in attempts.

The terminal will automatically release itself after 5 minutes.

The first time you log onto the Radiology System you are advised to follow the instructions
below.

If logged into a PC                                     Select the Rad (sometimes RadSys) Icon.

If logged into a Thin Star/Client                       Left click on the Start button on the
                                                        taskbar.
                                                        Highlight All SmarTerm Hosts a second
                                                        menu is displayed. Select Radsys.

If logged on as a Ward                                  At the login prompt type rad


Caps Lock OFF.

1.       At Login: type rad.    Press <Enter>.




2.       At 1.UKMAP 2.USMAP             3.VT220 -
         Select 1, press <Enter>.


Caps Lock ON.

3.       At Device Loc:    – press <Enter>.

4.       At ACCESS CODE: Type in your USERNAME.
         press <Enter>




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5.    At PASSWORD: Type in the word PASSWORD and then press <Enter>

      The screen will then display the following:

      PASSWORD DEFINED FOR ONE-TIME USAGE PASSWORD MUST BE CHANGED

6.    At PASSWORD (NEW): Enter your chosen new password.

      Passwords must be between 6 and 12 characters in length and can be made up of either,
      numbers, letters or a combination of both.

7.    At VERIFICATION:         Re-enter your chosen new password.

8.    At NEW EXPIRATION DATE <90>: press <Enter>

9.    The screen will then display:

      PASSWORD (current):             encrypted

      PASSWORD (new):                 encrypted

      EXPIRATION:                     DD/MM/YY

      ACCEPT (A)       MODIFY (M) or REJECT (R):

      Type in A and <Enter>.

10.   The screen then displays:

      Your password has changed. Please use your new password. This password will
      expire on DD/MM/YY.

      Press <Enter>.




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SUBSEQUENT LOG INS

If logged into a PC                                  Select the Rad (sometimes RadSys) Icon.

If logged on as a Ward                               At the login prompt type rad



If logged into a Thin Star/Client                    Click on the Start button on the taskbar
                                                     Highlight All SmarTerm Hosts a second
                                                     menu is displayed. Select Radsys.
Caps Lock OFF

1.       At Login: type rad.

2.       At 1.UKMAP 2.USMAP
         3.VT220 - Select 1


Caps Lock ON.

3.       At Device Loc - press
         <Enter>.

4.       At ACCESS CODE: Type in
         your USERNAME.

5.       At PASSWORD: Type your
         PASSWORD.

6.       Message Number: To read message(s) select appropriate number or to bypass messages
         press <Enter>.

7.       Ignore the Special Message shown below.
         Type an asterisk * at the TYPE <CR> “*” TO QUIT and press <Enter>.




8.       Press the <Enter> key at the More error/messages are on file that you have not
         viewed statement.

9.       At FUNCTION: Type HIQ – to use the Historical Inquiry Function.


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CHANGING YOUR PASSWORD

Passwords will automatically expire after 90 days.

Before your Password expires, the system will present you with one of the following messages
when you log in:

                           PASSWORD DUE TO EXPIRE IN X DAYS
                           Change password (<Y>for yes/<N>for no):

                         PASSWORD DUE TO EXPIRE TOMORROW!!!!!
                               Change password (<Y>/<N>)

If you want to change it now type Y for yes and press <Enter>.

Follow directions from No 6 in Initial log In, on page 6.

If you don't want to change it type N for no <Enter>.


If your Password has Expired
If your password has expired (ie you haven’t logged in for a long time) contact PAS Applications
via email PAS.Applications@porthosp.nhs.uk to ask for it to be reset.




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HISTORICAL INQUIRY (HIQ)

Historical Inquiry will allow you to view all Diagnostic Imagining tests that a patient has had.

If a field has a ‘+’ next to it, for example Sex+, Help is available by pressing the HOME key,
which is situated to the right of the backspace  key.

To look at a patient’s results either type in HIQ where it states Function or select 1 or HIQ
from the Menu.

At Medical Record/Order Number it is possible to find your patient in a number of ways, by
inputting either:


         Order Number:                                          P02-11
         PAS Number:                                            12116483
         Hospital Case Note Number:                             C:Q123456
         Surname:                                               =RIMMER
         Surname, Forename initial:                             =RIMMER,A

NB: If your search using order number is unsuccessful it may be that you have used a letter
where a number should be eg. Number 0 instead of letter O.

NB: You must type C: before typing in the Hospital Case Note number or you will be
unsuccessful in your search.

NB: You must type = before the patient’s surname or you will be unsuccessful in your search.




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SEARCHING BY ORDER NUMBER

The quickest way of getting a result is to search using the order number. This should take you
straight to that test result. If you find that an order has been placed on a patient but no
documents have been reported, take a note of the order number and try again on this the next
time you do your search.

1.     Type in Order Number e.g. P02-11. Press <Enter>

2.     The patient’s name will appear in the Historical Inquiry Search Box next to the Order
       number. Press <F1> (Accept)




3.     If a report is not available the screen will show ‘No documents available’.
       Highlight ‘Quit’ and press <Enter>.

4.     If a report is available, the report will appear on the screen.




       Patient demographic information is displayed above the dividing line including name, DOB,
       sex and address details. The Order number and Examination code eg. MRNECK – MRI of
       neck, LFT – x-ray of left foot, CXR - chest x-ray appear on the top line together with
       how many documents are associated with the examination. Just below shows the status
       of the report (document).

       The report itself is displayed beneath the dividing line.



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5.       At the bottom of the screen you have two options. Select *More to check if the test
         report runs on to another screen. Then you will be given the option to go back to the
         previous screen if you want to.




6.       Select Quit to return to the Historical Inquiry search screen.




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SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER

If you do not have an order number but do have the PAS number use this to search as this is
how the Diagnostic Imaging Department file patients images so your search should be quicker.

1.       Type in your patient’s PAS Number e.g. 08054402. Press <Enter>. The patient’s name will
         appear next to the PAS number, check this is the correct patient. Press <F1> (Accept).




2.       You will then be shown a list of all tests which will appear in reverse date order i.e. the
         latest at the top, as shown below.




     Date test carried out
                             Site imaged    Unique No. allocated
                                                                           
                                                                         Location      Indicates if
     or booked for – A=Actual,                to each test               of x-ray      result is
     E= Expected                                                         film          available (see below)


3.       If the column, Doc is populated by a number e.g. 1 = 1 report, 2 = 2 reports; there is a
         report available for you to look at. If there is an, 'N' or ‘0’ in this column, it indicates
         there is no report available to view.

4.       If you wish to view a report type a 'D' in the Act (Action) column next to each document
         you wish to view. You can select as many as you wish. Once you have made your selection
         press <F1> (Accept).




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5.       The system will then take you through your selected reports one by one: *More
         indicates further page(s).

6.       Where two or more reports have been selected, press <Enter> on the Quit option to go
         to the next report.

7.       When you have finished viewing the last report, pressing <Enter> on Quit will return you
         to the Historical Inquiry search screen.



SEARCHING BY CASE NOTE NUMBER

1.       Type in C: followed by the patient’s Case Note Number - press <Enter>.

2.       A patient’s name will appear on screen, check this is the correct patient.

3.       Highlight your patient by moving the highlighter bar with the directional arrow keys 
          over your patient’s name, press <Enter>.




4.       The PAS no. defaults into the Medical Record/Order Number box - press <F1> (Accept).

         A list of all tests will appear in reverse date order.

5.       Follow steps 3 – 7 as described in SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER, on page 12.




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SEARCHING BY SURNAME

1.   Type an = followed by the surname e.g. =SMITH. Press either <F1> or <Enter>.




2.   At Sex type an M or F or U for unknown (Help available by pressing the Home key). The
     default is U for Unknown.




3.   At Birthdate/Age enter date of Birth if known or enter patient's age. The system will
     only search one year either side of the age entered; if you are not sure leave this area
     blank. Press <F1> (Accept) .

4.   A list of matching patients may now appear. Select More to move down the list.

5.   If the required patient is not on the list select the Quit option to take you back to the
     Historical Inquiry search screen.

6.   Highlight your patient by moving the highlighter bar with the directional arrow keys 
      over your patient’s name, press <Enter>.

7.   The selected patient's PAS number and name will now appear in the Historical Inquiry
     screen. Press <F1> (accept)

8.   Follow steps 3 – 7 as described in SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER, on page 12.




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SEARCHING BY SURNAME AND FORENAME INITIAL

1.       Type an = followed by the surname and forename initial e.g. =RIMMER,A - press <F1> or
         <Enter>.

2.       Follow steps 2-7 as described in SEARCHING BY SURNAME, on page 14.




PRINTING

If you need to print, it is better to select File on the
title bar and print from the drop down menu so that
you can make sure your result is set to go to the right
printer. If you have just one default printer for your
area you can just select the print icon on the taskbar.




TO EXIT THE RADIOLOGY SYSTEM

1.       After selecting Quit from a result, it will take you back to the searching screen.

2.       Select your function key F9, then your Delete key. Which will take you back to the
         Special Message screen.

3.       At TYPE <CR> TO CONTINUE OR * TO QUIT type in * then <Enter>

4.       Press <Enter> again




5.       At FUNCTION press <Enter>

6.       At ACCESS CODE type * then <Enter>


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RESULT INQUIRY

Result Inquiry will allow you to view tests by selected parameters

Follow the log on instructions as described from page 5 until the screen shows FUNCTION:
where upon you would type: RIQ and <Enter>

At Medical Record/Order Number can you either enter on of the following:

ORDER NUMBER                                     P02-1266
PAS NUMBER                                       14027023
CASENOTE NUMBER                                  C:Q652854
SURNAME                                          =WALLACE
SURNAME, FORENAME INITIAL                        =WALLACE,M



SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER




1.     At Medical Record/Order Number: type in the PAS number, when this is entered you
       will be shown a name, which you need to check to make sure it is the correct patient.

2.     At Date/Date Range:
       If the date of the test is known type this in eg. 200199
       Or
       A Date Range eg. 200199-270199

       If the date of the test is not known press <Enter> and the latest date will be displayed.

3.     At Exam/Group/Department or <All>:
       <Enter> provides all tests.

       If you require a specific type of exam enter in the required information eg. SKULL, LEG,
       ARM etc. and press <Enter> twice.




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         Patient details will now appear at the top of the screen and all tests available (which
         match the parameters that you entered) will be set out as shown below.




Exam Date/Time            Exam Description       Order Number Tracking       Doc
A = Actual                QLEGS                  P02-1266            Status             Status
(Emergency)                                                          eg. Cleared,       eg.
E = Expected                                                         wait               Archived
(Planned)                                                                               no report

                   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
                   PRELIM          The report has not been finalised and is subject to
                                   change.
                   FINAL           Approved.

         The Action bar along the bottom of the screen will now read:


                   <CR> TO CONTINUE OR SELECT ‘C’ TO VIEW REPORT


                   NB. ‘C’ TO VIEW REPORT will only appear if report available.

         If you select <Enter> options for next test (if there is one) will appear. If there are no
         more tests <Enter> will return you back to Medical Record/Order Number search
         screen.

         If C is selected the available report will appear.

4.       Highlight MORE and press <Enter> to view more of the report.
         Highlight QUIT and press <Enter> to return to list of tests.

5.       At the end of last test press <Enter> to return to Medical Record/Order Number
         search screen.




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SEARCHING BY ORDER NUMBER

1.   Type in Order Number. Press <Enter>

2.   Follow steps 2-5 as detailed in SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER on page 16.



SEARCHING BY CASENOTE NUMBER

1.   At Medical Record/Order No type in patient’s casenote number prefixed with C:
     Press <Enter>

2.   Your patient’s name will appear, enter number of patient you wish to view eg: 1.

3.   Follow steps 2-5 as detailed in SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER on page 16.



SEARCHING BY SURNAME AND FORENAME INITIAL

1.   Type = then the
     Surname and
     Forename (initial only)
     eg =SMITH,J. Press
     <Enter>

2.   At Sex, type known information or press <Enter> (default is U for Unknown)

3.   At Birthdate/Age type known information or press <Enter>. The system will only search
     one year either side of the age entered; if you are not sure leave this area blank.

4.   A list of matching patients will appear:




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5.       Select correct patient by typing the sequence number to the left of the name.

6.       To reveal more patients press <Enter>. You can now only choose from the new patients,
         which have appeared.

7.       Follow steps 2-5 as detailed in SEARCHING BY PAS NUMBER on page 16.



SEARCHING BY SURNAME ONLY

1.       Type an = and Surname, eg =SMITH. Press <Enter>

2.       Continue steps 2-7 as detailed in SEARCHING BY SURNAME AND FORENAME
         INITIAL on page 18.



TO EXIT FROM RESULT INQUIRY

At Medical Record/Order Number press <Enter>. This will return you to the Special Message
screen. Continue from step 3 in TO EXIT THE RADIOLOGY SYSTEM on page 15.




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WHERE TO GO FOR HELP

For password problems contact PAS Applications via email PAS.Applications@porthosp.nhs.uk.

You will need to provide certain information, so always ensure you have the following information
available. They will need to know your Username.

All other issues and faults call Mark Gardner, QAH, extn (7700) 6070 or bleep 1874.

If you have only just attended the course and feel you may need additional support, help or
advice, you can contact the ICT Training Office on 023 9228 6000 Extn. (7700) 5867 or
ICT Training via email – ict.training@porthosp.nhs.uk.

If you have not used RAD for more than 12 months you will be required to re-attend your
training. Contact the training office to arrange this.

You can also use the training website to refresh yourself. Open Internet Explorer and type in
the address: http://www.training.iphis.nhs.uk/e-learning.htm this will allow you to take a step
by step demonstration.


Out of Office Hours
Ring Help Desk and leave a message on the answer machine. They will deal with the
problem as soon as they can. Alternatively you can email them.

PHT network users phone – 023 9268 2680 or SJH (7703) 2680.
Community staff please call St James Helpdesk – 023 9289 4391 or SJH (7703) 4391.

If you feel there is a major system problem contact the switchboard for them to contact the
person on call.




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ICT TRAINING CANDIDATE APPEALS PROCEDURE.

        Candidates who are unhappy with any aspect at the end of course/test assessment
         decision should first discuss the problem with the ICT Trainer at the time of receiving
         the result.

        The reasons must be made clear by the candidate at this time.

        If the candidate is still unhappy with the result further discussion should take place
         involving the ICT Training Team Leader or ICT Training Senior Trainer within 3 days of
         the course/test date.

        The ICT Training Department will keep a record of such discussion together with date
         and outcome.

        Where necessary the 1st marker will be asked to re-mark and the marking checked by
         the ICT Training Team Leader or Senior Trainer.

        It should be noted that if the candidate was borderline double marking should already
         have been undertaken.

        If this does not provide satisfaction the candidate may raise a formal appeal.

        Appeals will only be accepted if made in writing (not e-mail) to the ICT Training Audit &
         Quality Manager within 10 days of the candidate receiving their result, outlining clearly
         the circumstance of the appeal.

        The 1st & 2nd markers will meet with the Training Audit & Quality Manager to consider if
         there are any aspects that should be taken into account in the candidates performance.

        In some circumstances the candidate may be offered a re-test (eg hardware or software
         problems).

        If this is not the case and the result remains unchanged and the Training Audit &
         Quality Manager is unable to resolve the impasse then the candidate may write to the
         ICT Training Manager (within 5 days of receiving the 3 rd result) who will consider all
         evidence and circumstances of the appeal also taking into consideration responsibilities
         to the Trust and Data Protection Act to make a final decision.

ICT Training. QAH. May 2005




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MANUAL VERSION CONTROL/LOG

Manual      Radiology
Version     N1
Date        March 2006
Revisions                                                                                    Page
Updated     Format. Additional screen shots.                                                 All
Updated     Some of the content has been reorganised
New         Information Governance (replaces Data Protection Act)                            3
New         General Course Information                                                       2
Updated     Username and Passwords (updates Security and Password)                           4
Updated     Searching by Order Number – to include description of report screen              10
Updated     To Exit from the Radiology System – fuller explanation                           15
New         Printing – instructions for printing                                             15
Updated     Where to go for Help (updates Reporting Faults)                                  20
New         Training Appeals Procedure                                                       21




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                        RADIOLOGY QUESTIONNAIRE


    1.        Find Mia Wallace’s order no R02-31, who was the Clinician?




    2.        View the test result of the Left foot. What were the comments in paragraph 2
              regarding Calcaneum?




    3.        Find Jack Land, what was the comment regarding his chest x-ray?




    4.        What was the exam date of the Left Femur, test?




    5.        Fred Jones, regarding Order no P02-11, chest x-ray, what was the area
              that authorised the test?




    6.        Find David Nixon, what was the comment about the artery regarding
              the test 28 03 02 order no T02-2?




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