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Prioritize skilled human resources in radiology: NRS
Kathmandu, Oct 2: Nepal Radiological Society (NRS) has demanded the concerned authority to prioritize skilled human resources while recruiting them in the hospital and other medical institutions. Issuing a press release today, the umbrella organization of radiographers, radiological technologists, radiation therapists and medical physicists in the country, has appealed to concerned medical institutions to prioritize educationally sound and trained manpower for video x-ray, MRI, CT-scan among others medical services.
Stating that the radiologists in Nepal were at greater risk of radiation exposure, the NRS urged the hospitals to develop the structures that would regulate the Radiation Act and Radiation Security.
Furthermore, the Organization has drawn the attention of the authority concerned towards revising the remuneration and other services.
As far as the scope of radio technologists is concerned, the Organization demanded the concerned medical authority to comply with the criteria determined by the Nepal Health Entrepreneurs Council. RSS