Andy Rogers – Lead Interventional MPE
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Andy is currently the Lead Interventional MPE at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and also the immediate past-President of the British Institute of Radiology. He currently chairs the UK working group investigating how best to set DRLs in interventional procedures.
He was recently on an international standards organisation IEC working group to represent the UK in a project looking at the use of dose data held in digital imaging modalities along with being a member of an ICRP working group that has published a report on Diagnostic Reference Levels.
He is also a full member of the IEC Maintenance Team for interventional x-ray equipment. His current research interests are observer studies, skin dose assessment and optimisation in interventional cardiology and radiology.
Integrating interventional procedure data to improve clinician feedback – new technology gains maturity
Nottingham has utilised a rich source of data to improve cardiologist radiation safety awareness and culture. The technology employed is the Philips DoseWise Portal linked to DoseAware radiation dosimeters. We developed a reporting tool that allows clinicians to see their performance in key areas – this continual feedback allows continuous scrutiny on radiation and technique issues. It has allowed for discussions with trainees regarding radiation protection and clinical technique.
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