HENRE II 2006 - 2009

HENRE II
2006 - 2009

The general aim behind the radiographic network  (HENRE)  is to enable radiographers throughout Europe to develop, harmonize and improve standards of professional practice and education.
The stated aim of a thematic network is to define and develop a European dimension within a given academic discipline or other issues of common interest through co-operation between university faculties or departments, academic or professional associations. Such co-operation should have a lasting and widespread impact across a large range of institutions within or between specific discipline areas.

The attempt to harmonize educational provision within Europe has been a long term-goal of the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT). One way to make this is a reality is through the education providers at HE level leading the way and bringing together the Institutions to enable the development and validation of a common primary qualification for radiographers.

Four sub groups have been set up with specific tasks to address.

Tallinn Health College is participating in the work of sub group I that is aiming to develop a summary of the radiography profession, including descriptions of degree profiles, learning outcomes, competencies, level descriptors,  workload and ECTS based on current Tuning methodologies.