Forensic radiography: what's it all about?

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Description: Involved in the revision of the guidelines was the Association of Forensic Radiographers (AFR), a special interest group whose aim is to promote best practice in forensic radiography through education and training, utilising practical exercises, research, networking and the co-ordination of forensic radiography projects within the UK and internationally It has exoerienced staff as members, who have been involved in several major incidents, usins specific fluoroscopy/screenins techniques to map artefacts, injuries and individual anatomical variants, and excellent dental radiosraphic technique, includins the two intra-oral imagins methods of bisecting angles and paralleling techniques which are dependent on the specimen and comparison of previous images to reproduce. The University of Cumbria (Lancaster/Carlisle) is currently validating a single Masters level module to fulfil the AFR and SCoR requirements and there are other courses at Masters Level for PGC/PGD and MSc in forensic radiography, but the cost in both time and funding for Trusts or individuals can be prohibitive without additional government support to recognise the developing requirements of this speciality.
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