IR(ME)R17 Referrer Update Training Course


5th February 2018 saw the implementation of the new Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations 2017 (IR(ME)R17). This updates previous IR(ME)R2000 and the 2006 and 2011 amendments.

A significant change if not observed by Referrers, could potentially lead to litigation.

X-Wray training will bring you up-to-date with required regulation to avoid this.

Date: Saturday 7th April 2018

Time: 9am-12pm

Format: Webinar


£70 for non-IHPA/LDU delegates

£50 for IHPA members

A verifiable CPD Certificate will be provided on completion of a delegate statement submitted to Clare. This certificate can be used as evidence of IR(ME)R update training for employers and CPD.


x-Wray training

Clare Wray has been a qualified, state registered Radiographer since 1995.  Clare has worked as a Radiographer in both the NHS and British Army. Clare has been a qualified Radiation Protection Supervisor since 2006

Clare will be donating her time and lecture for free. Profit (following deduction of PayPal and Webinar host expenses) will be donated to the IHPA fund (Employers’ NI, Apprenticeship Levy & Direct Engagement case fund)


I found the day to be highly relevant to my scope of practice , well structured and interesting, and most importantly I’ve been able to take away a lot of areas for development and improvement that we’ve already acted upon. For starters, we now have a repeats and retakes/ incident book, and I was noting down dose on patient record on Monday when I got back

As I think I mentioned on the day, the verbal feedback was really good and I will of course contact you again in a  few weeks with more formal feedback once we have received enough

Just wanted to say a huge thank you for the session with the therapists last week. I don’t yet have their evaluation forms but they gave very good feedback so as soon as I have the evaluations I will forward the information on to you

Tutor made what could be a dry subject interesting

I found this course excellent and would not hesitate to recommend it