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Added:21 April 2011
The winner of the HeSCA exchange programme wins a free conference ticket, travel and accommodation - a prize in excess of £1000!
Added:17 March 2011
The recent publication of two key documents by HM Government "Reducing Regulation Made Simple" and the Command Paper "Enabling Excellence" would appear to confirm recent suggestions that the Coalition Government does not support statutory regulation as the standard for healthcare professionals and yet again this throws into question IMI and CAMIP’s on-going quest for the statutory regulation of clinical photographers despite their application being approved by the Health Professions Council in 2003/04.
Added:24 February 2011
David has been taking photographs since he was seven years old (using his mum's box Brownie). He says: "I knew I wanted to work in medical photography after I completed work experience at the North Middlesex Hospital when I was 15."
Added:11 February 2011
IMI Council have decided that the new logo and branding should be used with immediate effect.
Added:10 February 2011
The latest newsletter from the Health Professions Council is now available from the link below... HPC in Focus