BMUS Position Statement on Sonographer Regulation

19th May 2022

Multidisciplinary appeals to Government to start regulatory processes have been unsuccessful. In light of this BMUS has reviewed its position on statutory regulation of sonographers. BMUS remains resolute in its opinion that maintaining and developing a safe, sustainable workforce with equal opportunities is dependent upon regulation. Regulation helps to safeguard the patients, employer and, importantly, the employee in instances of, or allegations of suboptimal practice. BMUS will continue to fully support profession and workforce development whilst ardently advocating regulation of this essential allied health profession role.


BMUS Sonographer Regulation Position Statement May 2022

Sonographer workforce development without the support of statutory regulation

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