BSPAR aims to advance paediatric rheumatology care in the UK and Ireland by: A group of imaging experts recently formed the "British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) Working Group on Imaging in Suspected Physical Abuse (SPA)". This guidance is issued jointly by the British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) and the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) in response to concerns raised by radiologists and radiographers regarding safe and effective immobilisation of children particularly during skeletal surveys for suspected non-accidental injury. BSPR meeting 2019 2 minute read Data:Monday, July 1st, 2019 to Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019 Location: Solent Conference Centre, Southampton Solent University, East Park Terrace, Southampton SO14 0YN.United Kingdom. The Britsh Society of Paediatric Radiology receives a number of requests from solicitors asking whether the Society can recommend a Paediatric Radiologist to act as an Expert Witness in Child Protection or possible Non Accidental Injury cases. Programme A group of imaging experts recently formed the "British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) Working Group on Imaging in Suspected Physical Abuse (SPA)". This guidance has been produced to assist referring clinicians, paediatricians, radiologists, radiographers and nuclear medicine technologists who are requesting, performing or reporting on imaging in cases of suspected physical abuse in children. BSPAR (British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatology) is a specialist society linked to the RCPCH (Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health), with membership open to all health care professionals involved in the care of children and adolescents by Paediatric Rheumatology departments. A group of imaging experts recently formed the "British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) Working Group on Imaging in Suspected Physical Abuse (SPA)". The Society for Pediatric Radiology and the SPR Research and Education Foundation 1891 Preston White Drive • Reston, VA 20191 703-648-0680 • spr@acr.org GENERAL GUIDELINES & STANDARDS Royal College of Radiologists. These links were formalised. Please click here. Improving paediatric interventional radiology services, 2010 The group comprises radiologists and neuroradiologists with current or previous experience of providing expert witness reports to the court in cases of SPA. The group comprises radiologists and neuroradiologists with current or previous experience of providing expert witness reports to … Summary: This guidance is issued jointly by the British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) and SCoR in response to concerns raised by radiologists and radiographers regarding safe and effective immobilisation of children particularly during skeletal surveys for suspected non-accidental injury. A lot of useful reports including: Standards for Radiological Investigations of suspected NAI, 2008. IMPORTANT: Abstract submission deadline has been extended to the 24th May. The BSPR Executive have had input into certain of the British documents, such as from the RCR and NICE. The society had always been a recognised Special Interest Group of the RCR and BPA then RCPCH. The BSPR achieved Category 1 Special Interest Group Status with the RCR in 2005 and Special Interest Group Status with the RCPCH in 2006. A group of imaging experts recently formed the “British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) Working Group on Imaging in Suspected Physical Abuse (SPA)”. This is a repository copy of Shortage of paediatric radiologists acting as an expert witness: position statement from the British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) National Working Group on Imaging in Suspected Physical Abuse (SPA). The 2000 AGM voted a rename as the British Society of Paediatric Radiology. The group comprises radiologists and neuroradiologists with current or previous experience of providing expert witness reports to the court in cases of SPA.