BJR features in AuntMinnie Europe

BJR articles have been in the news recently, with two full papers and one commentary receiving top billing on the AuntMinnieEurope radiology news site.

The first, a full paper in the recent Forensic Radiology special feature on Identifying methamphetamine drug mules on digital plain radiography, was featured in February, shortly followed by a write up on the popular recent commentary Towards transparency in cardiac radiology: should CT coronary angiography radiation doses be published? written by BJR Associate Editor Stephen Harden.

The latest article to be featured is an audit of job satisfaction levels amongst UK radiography and medical physics staff.

You can read all the original BJR articles using your BIR Member access to the journal

Instructions here, happy reading!

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