Billy Dove to head up RIG's successful Radiotherapy division.
I write this as a founding member of the Paperless Radiotherapy Interest Group (P-RIG) that now has 200 members from across the country and indeed further afield but crucially has representation from nearly all of the radiotherapy centres in the UK. This is a great achievement and shows that there really is interest in moving forward with paperless or at least paper light working. Not only this but it also shows that there is a willing for collaboration between centres and the people in those centres to share ideas, thoughts and resolutions to problems or hurdles that have been faced.
With the government cutbacks and recent elections, there was a hiring freeze put into place in British Columbia, Canada in 2013. This was the year I graduated. Interviews for the new radiotherapy graduates were cancelled a week before they were due to commence.