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Hybrid imaging in nuclear medicine: Creating a patient-centric approach to service delivery

Griffiths, Marc; Dawson, Gary

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Gary Dawson gary2.dawson@uwe.ac.uk



Abstract

Health professionals across the world now work within an environment of flux and uncertainty, which inevitably presents new challenges for the workforce, in terms of developing new skills and knowledge. This, when coupled with the need to provide high quality care, which enhances the individual patient experience, has resulted in a revolutionary change to the traditional role of the health professional. The introduction of any new hybrid imaging system may require appropriate staff training, considerations for service redesign and patient workflow dynamics, as part of the change process.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Jun 10, 2014
Journal Imaging and Oncology
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 2014
Pages 36-45
APA6 Citation Griffiths, M., & Dawson, G. (2014). Hybrid imaging in nuclear medicine: Creating a patient-centric approach to service delivery
Keywords service delivery, workforce development, patient-centric care, hybrid imaging, nuclear medicine, training
Publisher URL http://www.sor.org/learning/library-and-publications/imaging-oncology
Related Public URLs http://www.sor.org/system/files/article/201405/io_2014_lr.pdf

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