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Last updated: 22 April 2021

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My story

Robin Thapa 

Senior Diagnostic Radiographer, CT/MRI Department 

What made you become a Diagnostic Radiographer? - I was looking for a profession that was practical, rewarding and evolving. I have a huge love for gadgets and advance technology. Radiography was really the ideal option."

How did you become a Diagnostic Radiographer? - Becoming a Diagnostic Radiographer was a very rewarding lane. The three years of degree course needed a lot of dedication and hard work, but it was all worth it. "

What do you do on a day to day basis? - CT/MRI Radiographer play a pivotal role in modern healthcare. On a daily basis, we use advance imaging equipment to capture images that will be used by other medical professionals when treating patients. "

Why did you choose PHU? - " I choose to work with PHU because it is close to where I live plus, the values and vision of the Trust compliment my aims in life. "

What do you enjoy about being a Diagnostic Radiographer? - " As a CT/MRI radiographer, the things I enjoy the most is the changes and advancement in technology. My career is always changing and advancing. Every day is a learning day."

Career plans and advice for others - " If you want to work in a practical and evolving environment that makes a difference in people's lives. Then come and join the ride it's very rewarding. "