D-Radz is a society which hosts both academic and social events aimed for Diagnostic Radiography students. The academic events will help provide students with opportunities to keep up-to date with their continual professional development. The social events allows students from all year groups to mingle and chat about their experiences on the course.
President: Poppy Church-Olney
Vice-President: Alana Carruthers
Treasuers: Jenny Irvine and Sophie Wishart
Chairman: Catriona McMillian
Membership: Abbie Johnstone, Hannah Cuthill and Laura Thomson
Academic: Rachel Doherty
Social/Social Media: Amanda-Lily Smollett and Lauren Donald
Charity: Julie Hunter and Celeste Aitken-Timpson
Regular events include:
Academic events to help with Continual Professional Development
Social events to help support students and create a network for Diagnostic Radiography student's
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