AFPRB 2009 Report and Specialist Nurses??

#1
Has anyone heard anything of this keenly anticipated report?

Also, any word on whether A&E, ITU and Op Th specialities have finally been 'looked at' (as the body has criticised the MOD for at least the last 3 years for doing nothing!?
 
#2
looked at, is that 'looked at' as in

'oh look, the forces don't have enough specialist nurses'

or

'oh look, all of these specialist jobs can be done by the civillian sector'
 
#3
Techtechtech said:
looked at, is that 'looked at' as in

'oh look, the forces don't have enough specialist nurses'

or

'oh look, all of these specialist jobs can be done by the civillian sector'
Whereas military radiographers need to be fully trained ninjas and the job couldn't possibly be covered by civvy agency staff :D
 
#4
Neuroleptic said:
Techtechtech said:
looked at, is that 'looked at' as in

'oh look, the forces don't have enough specialist nurses'

or

'oh look, all of these specialist jobs can be done by the civillian sector'
Whereas military radiographers need to be fully trained ninjas and the job couldn't possibly be covered by civvy agency staff :D
as soon as the paperwork is through from companies house, we are all signing off. 'frontier radiography' will be born. I think it has a nice ring to it.

we even have a strap line

'Everything we do now, But no Fu*king stagging on'

want to join in, we need a few more trades?
 
#5
what about frontier pathology!
 
#7
Frontier Radiography? I'm sure that was my idea, but all the same . . . . . .COUNT ME IN!!

& I quite like the AHP joint idea. Adds a certain credence.
 
#8
Can I APEL the Falkland Islands RMN to Radiographer course?

The RAF said it was an Operational tour, do I qualify as a frontiersperson?

What is the pay like?

Can I put Combat Radiographer on my CV, and will it help me become a Paramedic?

If it helps with the interview I dont like stagging on either.
 

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