March 2017 | Volume 1 | Issue 1​


​Editorial -  The Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Profession. Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions. 1 (1), e.i.

C.M. Hayre

University of Suffolk, United Kingdom


Broadening the perspective on radiography education. Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions. 1 (1), e1 - e5.
W.A.S. Cox, R. Strudwick, F. Bello, P. Cavenagh.
University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom


The reporting radiographer's role: a contemporary insight. Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions. ​1 (1), e6 - e11.

M.Benwell, P. Fowler.

London South Bank University, United Kingdom


Parents' perspectives on involving young children in neuroimaging studies. Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions. 1 (1), e12 - e19.

​K. Schibli, A. D'Angiulli, T. Thomson.

Carleton University, Department of Neuroscience, Canada

Exploring variation and trends in adherence to national occupational standards for reporting radiographers. Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions. ​1 (1), e20 - e29.

P. Lockwood

​Canterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom


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