World Radiology Day is observed annually on 8th November to celebrate and promote the significance of radiology in healthcare. International Radiology Day coincides with the day of the discovery of x-rays. This day is celebrated widely across 200 nations.
With the same objective, under the aegis of IQAC and IIC, the Department of Life Sciences & Allied Health Sciences organized an expert lecture on “Application & Future Scope of Radiology & Imaging Technology” in seminar hall, Ground floor, Block 5, SBBSU.
About 83 students were present among the audience along with 15 faculty members.
The resource person, Mr. Rajdeep Thidwar, Assistant Professor from the Department of Allied Health Sciences of SBBSU gave information about the application and future scope of radiology.
In his presentation, expert talked about the recent advancement of radiology, benefits of radiation, harmful effects of radiation and the methods used to minimize the risk of radiation.
Various other activities were also conducted on this occasion and the students from disciplines of Life Sciences & Allied Health Sciences; including B.Sc. Medical Radiology & Imaging Technology participated in the event and spread awareness about the harmful effects of radiation and uses of radiation through charts and poster presentation.
They also educated the staff and students from other institutes about radiation risk during pregnancy through charts and posters.
Radiology Quiz Competition were also conducted on this occasion the students from disciplines of Life Sciences & Allied Health Sciences; including B.Sc. Medical Radiology & Imaging Technology participated in the event.
This event was helpful to enhance the radiological skills & knowledge to our students.
The whole event was conducted and managed by the faculty members of Medical Radiology & Imaging Technology discipline under the leadership of HOD, Dr. Shweta Singh. Overall the event was very fruitful.
The winners and participants of various activities conducted during the event were awarded with certificates