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Radiographers: Responsible Medical Professional or Detached Employee?

방사선사: 전문 의료직인가? 단순 기술직인가?

  • Published : 2008.10.28

Abstract

This article examines the professional status of radiographers in an attempt to answer the question "Radiographers: responsible medical professional or detached employee?" Comparisons are made on the past and present views of radiography with thoughts given into the possible change for the future. It can be clearly seen that the professional rights have been taken away as a result of overwhelming medical dominance but changes are slowly taking to place which are attempting to replace the lost autonomy to place radiography as a profession once again.

Keywords

Radiographers;Responsible Professional;Detached Employee

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