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Special Welcome to our new Panel members
Posted 18th October 2017

Expressions of interest for casual vacancies on ESAP, MIAP2 & RRPAP have closed and now been appointed.



We welcome:

ESAP -    Vicki Braithwaite, Laura Di Michele, David Gration
MIAP2 -  Mary Sagris
RRPAP -  Christina David

eIntegrity modules 50 per cent discount!
Posted 2nd October 2017

ASMIRT members can now access eIntegrity’s award-winning learning modules at an exclusive discount.

From 2 October ASMIRT members can receive a 50 per cent discount on a 12 month subscription to the following programs.

Learn the skills required to interpret radiological images correctly, helping to improve patient outcomes and reduce risks. Explore many different techniques, such as X-ray, ultrasound and cross-sectional imaging. This program is suitable for trainees and qualified staff alike. View the demo here


Get the knowledge and skills required to implement advanced techniques. During the program you can use the interactive features such as animations and videos to enhance your learning. Practise your skills using customised tools that simulate radiotherapy tasks. The program is aimed at the trained workforce but is also invaluable for trainees from all professions within radiation oncology. View the demo here

ASMIRT has a new home!
Posted 2nd October 2017

New home

After many months of site visits to potential properties, a contract for purchase was recently signed, heralding a new era for the organisation.

ASMIRT will take over the keys to Level 10, 1 Queens Road Melbourne on 8 December. A small fitout will take place before the complete move into the new offices by 26 January 2018.

This purchase is part of the new strategic plan for ASMIRT, which will also see a significant upgrade of the society’s IT infrastructure including a new website and CPD portal.

Donatation of old equipment
Posted 2nd October 2017

For those of you who have visited the secretariat over the past number of years, you will recall items of equipment that reflect X-ray machine development over the years. In a recent collaboration with ARPANSA, this equipment is now going to be housed in Yallambie with other equipment of the same era.




ASMIRT's book library has made it to Fiji
Posted 2nd October 2017

We are pleased to announce that after an uneventful seafaring journey, ASMIRT’s books arrived safely in Suva, Fiji. The hefty 125 kg cargo has been donated to the Medical Imaging and Anatomy School of Health Sciences College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Fiji National University.

The books will help our colleagues overseas to access materials that will assist them with their medical imaging studies.


Image: Raymond R. Keshwan, Head of Department

Australian-first with corporation fined $127,500 for unlawful advertising
Posted 2nd October 2017

In an Australian-first, Wellness Enterprises Pty Limited, which traded as Australian Male Hormone Clinic, has been fined $127,500 plus costs after being found guilty and convicted of 17 charges related to unlawful advertising of regulated health services. Please click here for the full media release. 

NRRTW 2017 Celebration Pack order deadline extended
Posted 27th September 2017
 NRRTW 2017

ASMIRT has extended the due date to order your NRRTW packs. The new deadline is 06 October 2017. 

This year we have been working together with ASMIRT broker BMS to put together some fantastic packs to help you celebrate NRRTW and World Radiography Day. We also have some great prizes for those competing in our annual NRRTW photo/video competition. To compete simply email your photo/video to nrrtw@asmirt.org or post it on Twitter with #NRRTW Remember to incorporate this years’ theme working together.

Don’t forget to order your NRRTW celebration pack before 06 October!

Order your packs here

Expressions of interest for ASMIRT Board & Branch Executives
Posted 25th September 2017

Nominations are now open for a range of positions on the ASMIRT Board of Directors and Branch Executive.  


Board of Directors applications close Saturday 30 September 2017.
Branch Executive applications close Saturday 21 October 2017.

Current work by the Board and Panels
Posted 21st September 2017

There are a number of papers and draft reports under review by the Board and Panels, who will then provide comment and advice to government. These include: 

1. Submission to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee Inquiry into the Availability and Accessibility of Diagnostic Imaging Equipment around Australia. On 17 August 2017, the Senate referred the above matter to the Community Affairs References Committee for inquiry and report by 5 December 2017. The full terms of reference are:

    a) geographic and other disparities in access to diagnostic imaging equipment
    b) arrangements for commonwealth subsidy of diagnostic imaging equipment and services
    c) out-of-pocket costs for services that are not subsidised by the commonwealth and the impact of these on patients, and
    d) the respective roles of the commonwealth, states and other funders in ensuring access to diagnostic imaging services.

2. Optimal care pathway for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with cancer.

3. Accreditation Review Draft Report. 

Work of this type comes in throughout the year and the feedback provided by ASMIRT goes into the mix to improve services to the public and enables members to work to the full extent of their scope of practice.

Posted 21st September 2017


Sunday 17 September saw 106 candidates sit their exams for MRI, CT, Angio (cardiac) and Angio (vascular) in 22 different exam sites around Australia – and indeed the world!

Particular thanks go to our wonderful invigilators who gave up their Sunday to ensure the exams ran smoothly and that candidates had as stress free an environment as possible in which to complete them.

Anthony Ferguson
Neville Reimers
Julie Rauch
Jan Ackland
Leesa Fenning
Mark Fullgrabe
Ty Seaton
Phillip Suhr
Amanda Cawthorne-Crosby
Alicia Hermens
Marg McDonald


 Michael Solari
Samantha Smith
Karen Pretorius
Blake Slater
Adam Steward
Min Ku
Barry Tanian
Bosco Yu
Joanne Oldfield
Karen Dobeli
Christine Vanderley-Reichner
Sam  Wilson